Physics is the most fundamental scientific discipline that studies the behavior of matter and everything, and underlying universal laws, through the collaboration of experimental observations and theoretical reflection. Advances in physical science enrich our understanding and perception of the nature, and our life as well. Developing human resources with profound scholarship in physics and logical methods is becoming more important in modern society that pursues basic research and state-of-the-art technology. OMU Physics offers training and research program in theoretical physics, experimental physics, and also in science communication, to foster individuals who are rich in creativity, who can identify and solve challenging problems by their own, and who can widely contribute to society.
OMU Physics consists of 47 faculty members who conduct their own forefront research groups or labs that pursue excellence in a variety of fields of physics, like theoretical and experimental particle physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics, and condensed matter physics. Undergraduate students are given plenty of opportunity to study from the outstanding faculty through classroom lectures, discussion, and undergraduate research programs.
The OMU Physics diploma policy is as follows: The degree of Bachelor of Science is given to a graduate who
The graduate school of OMU Physics offers 2-year course for advanced studies, and the Degree of Master of Science will be given to a graduate who
The graduate school of OMU Physics offers further 3-year course for advanced studies and research for post-master students, and the Degree of Doctor of Science will be given to a graduate who
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