Academic activity

While studying Physics students learn about the basic physical phenomena, fundamental laws and theories of classical and modern Physics; they take a course of lectures, do laboratory works and solve problems at practical studies.

Thermophysics, Construction Physics and Climatology and Physico-technical Processes in Construction are read in the course of Physics. It includes five modules:

  1. Physical Basis of Mechanics
  2. Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics
  3. Electricity and Magnetism
  4. Wave Optics
  5. Bases of Quantum Physics

Primary goal of a lecture course is give students modern representations of fundamental physical laws in nature.

Laboratory works correspond to the theoretical course.

The number of laboratory works held at each module:

  1. Module 1 – 8 laboratory works;
  2. Module 2 – 5 works;
  3. Module 3 – 7 works;
  4. Module 4 – 4 works;
  5. Module 5 – 3 works;

Students study Chemistry in the first and second semesters of their first years. The main themes are Structure of Matter, Chemical Reactions in Metabolizing, Properties of Metals and Nonmetals and Electrochemical Changes.

Concept of Modern Natural Sciences was included into higher education not long ago. The aim of this course is to provide students insight into scientific worldview.

This course includes Physical Worldview, Living System and Humans, Evolutionary and Synergetic Paradigm. Having completed the course students know basic natural science laws and can analyze and estimate natural phenomena.

Faculties

  • Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
    Faculty of environmental engineering and municipal services
  • Faculty of automobile and road-building
    Faculty of automobile and road-building
  • Faculty of economics and management
    Faculty of economics and management
  • Faculty of architecture
    Faculty of architecture
  • Faculty of civil engineering
    Faculty of civil engineering
  • Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
    Faculty of forensic investigation and law in construction and transport
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