The Department of Industrial Physics and Instrumentation offers Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Master of Science (M.Sc.), and Doctor of Science (PhD) degrees for students seeking either employment in high-tech industries and medical instrument companies or research study opportunities. We offer education and research in the areas of applied or pure physics, medical physics, biomedical engineering, materials science, optical engineering, or nanotechnology and related fields.
Since the department places a high value on practical experience and preparing our students for the workforce, all students are also required to do an Industry Internship. This program consists of not less than 200 hours of work in a cooperating organization. The students in the internship program learn the basics of the industry and gain a founding in their chosen field. This internship occurs during third year and typically take about 2 months.