Department of Physics and Astronomy

Modules - current academic year

TitleCodeTerms taught
FHEQ Level 3 (sub-degree)
Foundation Mathematics AF3301Autumn Semester
Foundation MechanicsF3207Autumn Semester
Physics Foundation Year Laboratory AF3303Autumn Semester
Properties of MatterF3216Autumn Semester
Electricity and MagnetismF3213Spring Semester
Foundation Mathematics BF3302Spring Semester
Optics, Waves and Modern PhysicsF3238Spring Semester
Physics Foundation Year Laboratory BF3304Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 4
Introduction to Quantum PhysicsF3241Autumn Semester
Maths Methods 1F3201Autumn Semester
Mechanics and RelativityF3210Autumn Semester
PIPF3229Autumn Semester
Intro AstrophysicsF3237Spring Semester
Maths Methods 2F3202Spring Semester
Oscillations, Waves and OpticsF3215Spring Semester
Physics Year 1 LaboratoryF3222Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 5
ElectrodynamicsF3204Autumn Semester
Maths Methods 3F3205Autumn Semester
Physics Year 2 LabF3226Autumn Semester
RP1F3235Autumn Semester
Scientific ComputingF3212Autumn Semester
Professional Placement Year P&AFP100All Year Teaching
Applying Physics SkillsF3227Spring Semester
Galaxies and the CosmosF3305Spring Semester
Quantum Mechanics 1F3239Spring Semester
Theoretical PhysicsF3217Spring Semester
Thermal and Statistical PhysicsF3224Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 6
Advanced Physics Lab AF3242Autumn Semester
Atomic PhysicsF3211Autumn Semester
Condensed State PhysicsF3230Autumn Semester
Nuclear and Particle PhysicsF3221Autumn Semester
RP2F3236Autumn Semester
BSc Final Year ProjectF3232Autumn & Spring Teaching
Mathematical Physics ProjectsF3234Autumn & Spring Teaching
Advanced Condensed State PhysicsF3231Spring Semester
Advanced Physics Lab BF3243Spring Semester
Lasers and PhotonicsF3218Spring Semester
Particle PhysicsF3214Spring Semester
Quantum Mechanics 2F3225Spring Semester
Stellar and Planetary PhysicsF3244Spring Semester
FHEQ Level 7 (Masters)
Atom-Light Interactions and PhotonicsD3QT05Dist Learn Block 3
Foundations of Quantum MechanicsD3QT01Dist Learn Block 3
Applications of Quantum TechnologyD4QT02Dist Learn Block 4
Materials for Quantum & NanotechnologiesD4QT06Dist Learn Block 4
Quan. Networks & Secure CommunicationsD5QT07Dist Learn Block 5
Sensing and ImagingD6QT08Dist Learn Block 6
Atom Light Interactions897F3Autumn Semester
Cosmology900F3Autumn Semester
Data Analysis Techniques890F3Autumn Semester
Further Quantum Mechanics885F3Autumn Semester
Galactic Astrophysics889F3Autumn Semester
General Relativity881F3Autumn Semester
QFT1877F3Autumn Semester
Quantum Optics and Quantum Information895F3Autumn Semester
SPP878F3Autumn Semester
Starting to Teach in MPS906F3Autumn Semester
MPhys Final Year Project899F3Autumn & Spring Teaching
MSc Project Research Skills (PGT)919F3All Year Teaching
Project (MSc Nanomaterials & Energy PHY)910F3All Year Teaching
Project (MSc Particle Physics)904F3All Year Teaching
Project (MSc Physics)891F3All Year Teaching
Project (MSc Quantum Technology)903F3All Year Teaching
Advanced Cosmology879F3Spring Semester
Astrophysical Processes902F3Spring Semester
Electrons, Cold Atoms & Quantum Circuits888F3Spring Semester
Frontiers in Particle Physics894F3Spring Semester
Intro Nano-materials and Nano-character907F3Spring Semester
PPDT880F3Spring Semester
Practical Quantum Technologies893F3Spring Semester
QFT2882F3Spring Semester
Wider Topics in Data Science905F3Spring Semester
MSc Project P&A (PGT)920F3Spring & Summer Teaching
FHEQ Level 8 (Doctoral)
Experimental Software Research Techn A990F3Autumn Semester

Please note that the University will use all reasonable endeavours to deliver courses and modules in accordance with the descriptions set out here. However, the University keeps its courses and modules under review with the aim of enhancing quality. Some changes may therefore be made to the form or content of courses or modules shown as part of the normal process of curriculum management.

The University reserves the right to make changes to the contents or methods of delivery of, or to discontinue, merge or combine modules, if such action is reasonably considered necessary by the University. If there are not sufficient student numbers to make a module viable, the University reserves the right to cancel such a module. If the University withdraws or discontinues a module, it will use its reasonable endeavours to provide a suitable alternative module.