Bachelor Of Science (Industrial Physics)

by | Feb 25, 2019


Physics and the technologies developed by physicists play a major role in chemistry, biology, medicine, electronics, geology, in applied fields of optics, nanotechnology, computer science, and engineering. A knowledge and understanding of the principles of physics not only leads to a profound understanding of the physical world but also supplies the scientist with the insight to develop new and innovative ideas. The technology and devices such as the cell phone, the laser printer, the internet, MRI, high temperature superconductors and high speed computers that influence our daily lives are based upon the discoveries of physics. Electronics based subjects such as advanced electronics, industrial electronics, instrumentation & measurement, communication electronics are some of the main subjects for this programme. This is then supported by additional subjects such as laser, non-destructive techniques, optoelectronics, photonics and many others which are closely related to current industry.

Year 1

  • Introduction to Industrial Physics Program
  • Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism
  • Practical Physics I
  • Mathematical Methods I
  • Islamic and Asian Civilization
  • Mathematical Methods II
  • Sound
  • Wave and Optics
  • Modern Physics
  • Linear Algebra
  • Practical Physics II
  • Academic English Skills
  • Malaysia Dynamics.

Year 2

  • Differential Equations I
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Basic Electronics
  • Computer Programming
  • Practical Physics III
  • Science Technology and Humanity
  • Thermodynamics
  • Solid State Physics
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Practical Physics IV
  • Service Learning
  • Advanced English for Academic Skills
  • Innovation and Creativity Electives (Choose 2 credits) :
  • Critical and Creative Thinking or Innovation and Creativity.

Year 3

  • Electromagnetism
    Advanced Electronics
    English for Professional Purposes
    Thermal and Statistical Physics
    Practical Physics V
    Human Development Electives (Choose 2 credits) :
    Technocrat and Development or Professional Ethics
    Management Elective (Choose 3 credits) : 
    Cost Accounting or Principles of Management
    Quantum Mechanics I
    Practical Physics VI
    Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
    Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
    Electives (Choose 6 credits)
    Industrial Training (HW) (SHORT SEM).

Year 4

  • Undergraduate Project I
    Electives (Choose 12 credits from a group)
    Undergraduate Project II
    Electives (Choose 12 credits from a group)


  • Principles of Marketing
    Organizational Behaviors
    Quality Control
    Electives (Choose 12 credits from a group

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