The degree programme in Physics teaches students how to build physical models based on experimental data, properly formulating and resolving problems. It provides training and know-how to develop other disciplines, to which it contributes new instrumentation and techniques: computerised tomography, magnetic resonance, positron emission tomography, echography or laser surgery, among others. In addition, Physics students acquire competencies to:
- Theoretically understand physical phenomena, explaining scientific ideas, problems and results orally and in writing.
- Manage group work and organise, plan and learn independently.
- Acquire skills in the field of experimentation.