The MPhil in physics is an postgraduate program that provides students with extensive training in the fundamentals of modern physics, fortifying that they have the foundation to pursue postgraduate study and careers in basic course work and later in the research. Those who opt to pursue physics; go on to study the discipline in much greater depth. Physics constitutes global studies and provides the intellectual bedrock of our technology. The MPhil in Physics aims to provide students with a broad overview of the modern understanding of physical laws, extensive practical lab experience, and research experience with leading research groups. The mission is fulfilled through coursework, a multitude of lab classes, and research opportunities.
MPhil Physics has a special emphasis on equipping the students with the needed tools for a successful academic and research career. By working one-on-one with our faculty and conducting laboratory research experience, the students will understand the most important concepts in physics, such as the evolution of the universe and the nature of subatomic particles. It will enable them to analyze and explain complex systems through quantitative and problem-solving skills.
The basic objective of the program is to provide the students with the latest developments associated with physics and its latest technologies. Moreover, it aims at helping the students to design and develop a strong background in the fundamentals of Physics and electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics. Because of the versatility of options provided to students, they will learn advanced Physics courses in the challenging fields of electrodynamics, optics, quantum mechanics, theoretical mechanics, thermodynamics, and solid-state physics.
The department of Physical Sciences is continuing to get information and gather innovative ideas; used to improve class teaching and professorial assignments as well as to motivate curriculum changes. The Mphil program offered in Physics is formulated to the Scheme of studies approved by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan to meet the national and international standards. Physics aims to examine and explore nature at its most fundamental level to figure out and apply the general laws that govern force and motion, matter and energy, space, and time. Physics studies systems ranging in size from the smallest elementary particles to the entire universe. Physics lies at the heart of the natural sciences. Almost any piece of modern scientific instrumentation is based on principles of optics, electronics, or nuclear physics and such apparatus usually has its origins in basic work done by physicists.