The MPhys Physics degree at Lincoln combines fundamental and applied physics with rigorous mathematics and computational training. It aims to develop broad problem-solving skills and includes a substantial research component.
Physics is a fundamental science, which aims to develop our understanding of the world around us, from the far away galaxies to the smallest particles. Physics challenges our thinking and changes our lives through developments in new technologies.
The degree includes a combination of compulsory and elective modules and is designed to provide exciting and challenging projects. The four year MPhys course is designed for those seeking to develop thorough skills as an independent physicist. It features further in-depth study and significant project work. You may have the opportunity to contribute to researching and writing an academic paper.