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Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences [Master's Course]

The Course of Mathematics
Mathematics is the foundation of natural sciences and is applied in various facets of human life. Master course students study analysis of various natural and social phenomena, and construction of mathematical theory by searching the mathematical structures lying in this analysis. Students can learn mathematical capabilities and knowledge through these types of research.
The Course of Physics
Physics involves research on almost every facet of nature, including micro-particles such as atoms and molecules from the microscopic world, consisting of matter such as subatomic particles and atomic nuclei, and matter in the world around us that consists of those particles as well as celestial objects and outer space. The Master’s Program in Physics arms students with the knowledge, thought processes, and methods to understand natural phenomena which occur at those levels. Students also research reciprocal actions and laws which work with the basic construction of matter at various levels, and aim to understand properties of various phenomena and matter in a diverse material world based on micro laws. This program consists of a course involving research on the basic structure of the natural world (Basic Physics Course) and a course which involves research on the properties of various forms of matter with a condensed multitude of atoms and molecules (Condensed Matter Course). Both courses partner each other regarding the theory and experimentation. In addition, the courses promote education and research in coordination, fostering unique and outstanding research, and aim to contribute to society through educating women for careers in advanced specialties.
The Course of Physics and Mathematics
In the Physics and Mathematics course, students learn a broad knowledge of mathematics, physics, and computer programming.
Moreover, students acquire the ability to find and solve scientific problems which appear in today's quickly changing society, communication skills, and information transmission capacity.
Research subjects in this course cover a wide range of mathematics and physics including cross-disciplinary fields.

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