The field of Applied Physics aims to educate graduates with an independent and creative approach to experimental work in the fields of physical experimental techniques. The department educates students with an emphasis on high professionalism in the fields of mathematical-physics, electronics and instrumental physics, computing and programming, in experiment control, modern electronic measurement methods and organizing the metrological tasks in the production processes. Deep training is specialized in three optional fields:
- Experimental particle physics and astrophysics,,
- Applied photonics and metrology,
- Nuclear spectroscopic methods.
Graduate of the master's degree program "Applied Physics" will acquire the necessary knowledge in the fields of mathematical-physics, electronics and instrumental physics, computer technology, experimental technique and measurement methods, will understand standard computer-controlled systems. In laboratory conditions, she/he will verify the use of application programs in the design and implementation of measurement instruments and systems. A graduate of Applied Physics will find employment possibility in industry, research&development, fundamental and applied physical research, regional research centers, factory testing facilities, products certification, and factory metrology.