Engineering-Oriented Physics

03.03.01In english and russian

Level of education Bachelor

Type of instruction Full-time

Duration 4 years

Main courses
  • Higher Mathematics
  • Mechanics
  • Probability Theory 
  • Electrodynamics
  • ANSYS as an Instrument for Solving Engineering Problems
  • Simulation of Physical Processes and Performing of Engineering Computations Using COMSOL Software Package
  • Simulation of Electrical Systems and Devices Using Simulink
  • Object-Oriented Programming in Physics
  • Laboratory in Experimental Physics
  • Adapting and Studying at the University (eLearning)
  • Higher Algebra
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Finite Element Method for Electromagnetic Problem Solving
  • Theoretical Mechanics
  • Theoretical Basics of Computer Simulation
  • Experimental Research Techniques for Electrophysical Processes
  • Electricity and Magnetism
Our advantages
  • The bachelor’s programme ‘Engineering-oriented Physics’ is designed to train specialists for modern high-tech enterprises operating in the priority areas of the development of science and technology and industry in Russia
  • The programme is developed together with long-term employers to train graduates of St Petersburg University
  • The training is based on the combination of fundamental education with practical work in academic and research laboratories, as well as at the enterprises of potential employers
  • Students study the methods of processing and transmitting information in depth. They also learn about the modern methods for solving engineering and applied problems using world-class software systems
International relations
  • The Université de Poitiers (France)
  • The University of Seville (Spain)
  • The Gdynia Maritime University (Poland)
  • McMaster University (Canada)
Career opportunities

The programme trains specialists for modern high-tech enterprises with research-intensive world-class production conducting R&D in engineering and applied physics and introducing new cutting-edge technologies and devices through the methods and approaches of applied mathematics and physics.  

Key positions: design engineer, head of design engineering department, R&D specialist, specialist in computer-aided design of technological processes.