A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.
Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Physics will be able to pursue careers in mathematics, electronics, mechanics and even chemistry. This is because the degree has the purpose of giving a general education of the theoretical and experimental aspects of physics, field which seeks to study the interaction of energy and matter in space and time.
Universities in Turkey provide either two or four years of education for undergraduate studies, while graduate programs last a minimum of two years. There are around 820 higher education institutions in Turkey including 76 universities with a total student enrollment of over 1 million. The quality of education at the Turkish universities varies greatly, some providing education and facilities on par with internationally renowned schools.
Top Bachelor Programs in Physics in Turkey 2019
The curriculum of the Department of Physics provides a thorough background in the basics of physics and also features advanced elective courses, with the purpose of enabling students to undertake advanced and original research in modern physics and its high technology applications.[+]
The curriculum of the Department of Physics provides a thorough background in the basics of physics and also features advanced elective courses, with the purpose of enabling students to undertake advanced and original research in modern physics and its high technology applications. Research is conducted in fields such as optoelectronics, nanoscience, materials science, semiconductor devices, ultrafast optics, and statistical mechanics, and forms an integral part of student education. Areas of faculty research and publishing include electron tunneling and atomic force microscopy and quantum conductance and electrons in low dimensionalities. Research takes place in a cleanroom laboratory environment and focuses on such topics of current interest as the physics of microelectronics and optoelectronic devices, photonic crystals, and surface physics in atomic resolution.... [-]