The 2-year Master program in Physics offers a high degree of specialization in one of these four areas::
- Condensed matter physics
- Nuclear, elementary particle physics, and astrophysics
- Theoretical physics
- Applied Physics
Your master thesis is an original research work. You can choose to carry out your thesis project in one of the laboratories of our Department, under the supervision of a senior researcher, directly in contact with a cutting-edge research environment. You can carry out part of the work in large international research facilities, such as CERN in Geneva or the Synchrotron in Trieste.
According to Almalaurea (2013 data), 92.5% of graduate students in Physics find a job within three years after graduation. Here are some of the industrial sectors that routinely recruit physicists: energy, transportation, space and defense, biomedical, information technology, and elecommunications.