DUAL DEGREE IN PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
This dual degree is the merging of the BSc in Physics and the BSc in Mathematics and works as a specific study programme (with a specific pre-registration code and with a limited number of 10 places offered annually), it consists of a total of 360 ECTS distributed over 5 academic years, 10 semesters, at a rate of 72 ECTS per semester.
The Study Programme designed for the Dual Degree in Physics and Mathematics has 360 ECTS credits and comprises compulsory basic modules of both degrees which total 276 ECTS, plus 54 ECTS from optional modules of the BSc in Mathematics; 6 ECTS of the Undergraduate Dissertation of the BSc in Physics and 24 ECTS of the Undergraduate Dissertation of the BSc in Mathematics.
The students of the Dual Degree will join the class groups of the respective bachelor’s degrees. Lectures, seminars and practical sessions will be arranged so that students can attend all of their teaching hours every academic year. Students will have to enrol in modules from both degrees. A set of modules will be offered for which timetable compatibility is guaranteed, without detriment to the timetables offered for the Bachelor’s degree in Physics and the Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics.