Explore the innermost workings of the natural world, or help turn the latest scientific knowledge into exciting technologies.
The Physics programme covers a broad range of topics spanning most aspects of the natural world, from electromagnetism to quantum mechanics. The coursework consists of a balanced mix of theoretical, experimental, and computational components.
The Applied Physics programme builds up a solid foundation in physics, followed by advanced topics at the frontier of technology development, where the latest scientific discoveries are turned into new applications. Topics covered include spintronics, nanotechnology, laser physics, and advanced materials.
Graduate of both programmes have a wide range of career options utilising their uniquely flexible skill set, which includes quantitative, hands-on, computational, and problem-solving abilities.
Minimum Subject Requirements
|Minimum Subject Requirements
|Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level
|H2 Level passes in both Physics and Mathematics.
|Any diploma, subject to passing an admission test administered by the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
|International Baccalaureate Diploma
|Passes in Physics and Mathematics at Higher Level.
|NUS High School Diploma
|Major CAP of 2.0 in both Physics and Mathematics.
|Others (including international applicants)
|A good grade in Physics and Mathematics at the senior high school level, equivalent to the Singapore-Cambridge GCE A-Level or International Baccalaureate.
This is a full-time four-year Bachelor of Science programme.
|13 (8) AU
|Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core: Common Core
|Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core: Foundational Core
|10 (15) AU
Broadening and Deepening Electives (BDE)
- This curriculum applies to students matriculating in 2021 or later. Click here for curriculum details for previous Matriculation Years.
- AU figures in brackets (x) indicates the number of AU if the semester long internship is selected.
- Must read either Final Year Project (PH4421) or Professional Internship (PH4420).
- A grade of A- or better in the Final Year Project is required to be eligible for Honours (Highest Distinction).