BS Physics

Our goal is to produce graduates who can function in an outstanding manner whether as academic in universities, technical experts for the government and private sector, researchers in R & D organizations. In whatever capacity they serve, they will have a solid grounding in their field and will be equipped with strong critical and analytical abilities developed by program. As a physics major, you will first develop a strong background in mathematics and fundamentals of physics. Later, you will tackle advanced level physics courses in such challenging fields as optics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, theoretical mechanics, electrodynamics and solid state physics.

Outline

Our goal is to produce graduates who can function in an outstanding manner whether as academic in universities, technical experts for the government and private sector, researchers in R & D organizations. In whatever capacity they serve, they will have a solid grounding in their field and will be equipped with strong critical and analytical abilities developed by program. As a physics major, you will first develop a strong background in mathematics and fundamentals of physics. Later, you will tackle advanced level physics courses in such challenging fields as optics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, theoretical mechanics, electrodynamics and solid state physics.

Road Map

  • Year 1, Semester 1


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1English-I3Comp-1
  • 2Calculus-I3Comp-2
  • 3Introduction to Computing3Comp-3
  • 4Mechanics4Found-1
  • 5GOF-I/(Sociology)3Gen-1
  • 6Lab I1Found-2
  • Total17
  • Year 1, Semester 2


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1English-II3Comp-4
  • 2Calculus-II3Comp-5
  • 3Electricity and Magnetism3Found-3
  • 4Heat and Thermodynamics4Found-4
  • 5GRF-I/(Environmental Science)3Gen-2
  • 6Lab II1Found-5
  • Total17

  • Year 2, Semester 3


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1English-III3Comp-6
  • 2Math-III/Linear Algebra3Gen-3
  • 3Waves and Oscillations3Found-6
  • 4Modern Physics3Found-7
  • 5GOF-II/(Biosafety and Risk Management)3Gen-4
  • 6Lab-III1Found-8
  • Total16
  • Year 2, Semester 4


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1Islamic Studies2Comp-7
  • 2English IV3Comp-8
  • 3GRF-II/Differential Equations3Gen-5
  • 4GRF-III/Probability and Statistics3Gen-6
  • 5Optics3Found-9
  • 6Math-IV3Gen-7
  • 7Lab-IV1Found-10
  • Total18

  • Year 3, Semester 5


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1Mathematical Methods of Physics-I3Maj-1
  • 2Electrodynamics-I3Maj-2
  • 3Classical Mechanics3Maj-3
  • 4Electronics-I3Maj-4
  • 5Pak study2Comp-9
  • 6Lab-V2Maj-5
  • Total16
  • Year 3, Semester 6


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1Mathematical Methods of Physics- II3Maj-6
  • 2Quantum Mechanics-I3Maj-7
  • 3Electrodynamics –II3Maj-8
  • 4Electronics-II3Maj-9
  • 5Statistical Physics3Maj-10
  • 6Lab-VI2Maj-11
  • Total17

  • Year 4, Semester 7


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1Quantum Mechanics-II3Maj-12
  • 2Atomic and Molecular Physics3Maj-13
  • 3Solid State Physics-I3Maj-14
  • 4Elective-I3Elective
  • 5Nuclear Physics / Introduction to Relativity3Maj-15
  • 6Lab-VII2Maj-16
  • Total17
  • Year 4, Semester 8


    S. No. Course Cr. Hrs Category
  • 1Elective-II3Elective
  • 2Elective-III3Elective
  • 3Research Project3Maj-17
  • 4Solid State Physics-II3Maj-18
  • 6Elective-IV3Elective
  • Total15

Admission Criteria

Prospects

Fee Structure

BS Physics ( 4 yrs, 8 semesters)

  • Courses Cr. Hrs. Fee per course Admission Fee Total Fee 1st Semester
  • 4813315,00025,000677,500100,000

Disclaimer

The above-mentioned fee structure is for illustration purpose only. UCP reserves the rights to make changes in the Fee Structure whenever deemed necessary or appropriate.
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