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B.Sc. courses offered in English

Introductory criterion subjects

Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
O-1 Introductory mathematics 0+2 0 cwa
O-2 Introductory physics 0+2 0 cwa

Foundation courses

Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
A-1 Calculus I. 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-2 Calculus II. 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-3 Vector calculus 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-4 Differential equations in physics I. 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-5 Elementary statistical methods in physics 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-6 Numerical methods of physics I. 1+2 3 cwa
A-7 Basic knowledge of computer 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-8 Electronics and measurement technology 3+0 3 e
A-9 Laboratory of electronics 0+4 4 cwa
A-10 Chemistry 2+0 2 e
A-11 Biology 2+0 2 e
A-12 Foundations of environment science 2+0 2 e
A-13 The Eropean Union and Hungary 2+0 2 e
A-14 Economics and management 1+0 1 e
A-15 Quality management, efficiency 1+0 1+ e
Total 21 17 38

Basic courses

Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
S-1 Mechanics 4+2 6 e,cwa
S-2 Mechanics of continuous media 2 2 e
S-3 Electromagnetism 4+2 6 e,cwa
S-4 Thermodynamics 2+1 3 e,cwa
S-5 Optics and theory of relativity 3+1 4 e,cwa
S-6 Atomic and quantum physics 3+2 5 e,cwa
S-7 Foundation of statistical physics 2+0 2 e
S-8 Nuclear and particle physics 3+0 3 e
S-9 Condensed matter physics 3+1 4 e,cwa
S-10 Introduction to astrophysics 2+0 2 e
S-11 Basic laboratory 0+2 2 cwa
S-12 Classical physics laboratory 0+4 4 cwa
S-13 Modern physics laboratory 0+4 4 cwa
Total 8 11 13 9 6 47
2+2 2 lecture hours + 2 exercise (classroom or laboratory)
Cr credit
e written or oral examination
cwa course work assessment

The structure of the different modules:


Theoretical Physics A


Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
E-1 Theoretical Mechanics A 4+2 6 e,cwa
E-2 Electrodynamics A 4+2 6 e,cwa
E-3 Quantum mechanics A 4+2 6 e,cwa
E-4 Statistical physics A 4+2 6 e,cwa
Total credit 6 6 6 6 24

Theoretical Physics B


Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
E-5 Theoretical Mechanics B 2+1 3 e,cwa
E-6 Electrodynamics B 2+1 3 e,cwa
E-7 Quantum mechanics B 2+1 3 e,cwa
E-8 Statistical physics B 2+1 3 e,cwa
Total credit 3 6 3 12

Higher mathematics and informatics A


Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
MI-1 Differential equation in physics II 2+0 2 e
MI-2 Mathematical methods in physics 3+0 3 e
MI-3 Probability theory and statistical applications 2+1 3 e,cwa
MI-4 Numerical methods of physics II. 2+0 2 e
MI-5 Fundamentals of informatics I. 2+0 2 e
Fundamentals of informatics II. 2+0 2 e
MI-6 Analysis I. 3+0 e
Analysis II. 3+0 e
Analysis III. 2+0 8 e
Total credit 10 10 2 22

Higher mathematics and informatics B


Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
MI-1 Differential equation in physics II 2+0 2 e
MI-2 Mathematical methods in physics 3+0 3 e
MI-3 Probability theory and statistical applications 2+1 3 e,cwa
MI-4 Numerical methods of physics II. 2+0 2 e
MI-5 Fundamentals of informatics I. 2+0 2 e
Fundamentals of informatics II. 2+0 2 e
Total credit 7 7 14

The specialization modules:

Physicist:
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
F-1 Theory of relativity 2+0 2 e
F-2 Methods of physical measurements 2+0 2 e
F-3 Modern methods of experiments (laboratory) 0+4 4 cwa
F-4 Signal processing 2+0 2 e
F-5 Technology of digital measurement (laboratory) 0+4 4 cwa
F-6 Physical seminar 0+2 2 cwa
Selection Physics Module 8+0 8 e
Total credit 2 10 12 24

In the Selection Physics Module 4 subjects must be selected from the following:

Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
B-6 Biophysics I. 2+0 2 e
F-7 Extragalactic astrophysics and cosmology 2+0 2 e
F-8 Chapters from nuclear and particle physics 2+0 2 e
F-9 Chapters from materials science and solid state physics 2+0 2 e
F-10 Molecular physics 2+0 2 e
F-11 Self organization and complex behavior 2+0 2 e
F-12 Interaction of radiation and matter 2+0 2 e

Applied Physics (informatics oriented)
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
I-1 C and C++ programming 2+2 4 cwa
I-2 Java 1+2 3 e
I-3 Informatic tools of research 2+2 4 e,cwa
I-4 Infocommunication network 2+0 2 e
I-5 Processing of data base 3+0 3 e
I-6 Digital imaging 2+0 2 e
I-7 Signal processing 3+2 5 e,cwa
F-5 Technology of digital measurement (laboratory) 0+4 4 cwa
I-8 Network data processing in physics 2+0 2 e
I-9 Random physical processes 2+0 2 e
I-10 Theory of queues 2+0 2 e
I-11 Computer simulations (laboratory) 0+4 4 cwa
I-12 Microcontrollers and their applications 2+2 4 cwa
Total credit 4 7 16 14 41

Biophysics
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
B-1 Introduction to biology 2+0 2 e
B-2 Biomechanics and biooptics 3+0 3 e
B-3 Fundamentals of biochemistry 3+0 3 e
B-4 Fundamentals of biochemistry 0+4 4 cwa
B-5 Theoretical evolution biology 3+0 3 e
B-6 Biophysics I. 2+0 2 e
B-7 Biophysics II. 2+0 2 e
B-8 Cell biology 2+0 2 e
B-9 Cell biology gyakorlat 0+3 3 cwa
B-10 Physiology 2+0 2 e
B-11 Practice in physiology 0+3 3 cwa
B-12 Ecology 2+0 2 e
B-13 Biophysical methods of molecular structures 2+0 2 e
Total credit 5 8 12 8 33

Astronomy
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
C-1 Introduction to the astronomy I. 2+0 2 e
Introduction to the astronomy II. 2+0 2 e
Introduction to the astronomy III. 2+0 2 e
Introduction to the astronomy IV. 2+0 2 e
C-2 Astrometry I. 2+0 2 e
Astrometry II. 2+0 2 e
C-3 Astrophysics I. 2+0 2 e
Astrophysics II. 2+0 2 e
C-4 History of the astronomy I. 2+0 2 e
History of the astronomy II. 2+0 2 e
C-5 Seminar of astronomy I. 0+2 2 cwa
Seminar of astronomy II. 0+2 2 cwa
C-6 Informatics in the astronomy I. 0+2 2 cwa
Informatics in the astronomy II. 0+2 2 cwa
Informatics in the astronomy III. 0+2 2 cwa
Informatics in the astronomy IV. 0+2 2 cwa
C-7 Observation practice in the astronomy 0+3 3 cwa
Observation practice in the astronomy 0+3 3 cwa
Observation practice in the astronomy 0+3 3 cwa
C-8 Astrography 1+0 1 cwa
Total credit 7 9 15 11 42

Geophysics
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
G-1 Physical geography of the Carpathian basin 2+0 2 e
G-2 General fundamentals of the geology 2+0 2 e
G-3 Introduction to the Earth's history 2+0 2 e
G-4 Knowledge of maps 2+0 2 e
G-5 Geophysics 2+0 2 e
G-6 Geoinformatics 2+0 0+2 4 e,cwa
G-7 Structure of the Earth 2+0 2 e
G-8 Regional geophysics and geodynamics of the Carpathian-Pannonian area 2+0 2 e
G-9 Shape and gravitational field of the Earth 2+0 2 e
G-10 Geomagnetism and the physics of the space around the Earth 2+0 2 e
G-11 Seismology and the internal structure of the Earth 2+0 2 e
G-12 Geothermics and radiothermic dating 2+0 2 e
G-13 Gravitational, earth magnetic and geoelectric methods of research 2+1 2+1 6 cwa
G-14 Seismics 2+2 4 cwa
G-15 Engineering geophysics 1+1 2 cwa
G-16 Geophysics of boring 2+1 3 cwa
G-17 Methodics and control of geophysical research 1+0 1 e
Total credit 6 8 17 11 42

Meteorology
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
M-1 Hydrodynamics 2+0 2 e
M-2 Environmental flows 2+0 2 e
M-3 Meteorological data processing 2 2+1 3 e
M-4 General meteorology 2 2+0 2 e
M-5 General meteorology 3 2+1 3 e
M-6 Climatology 2 (General climatology) 2+1 3 e
M-7 Climatology 3 (Applied climatology) 2+1 3 e
M-8 Synoptic meteorology 1 2+0 2 e
M-9 Synoptic meteorology 2 0+2 2 cwa
M-10 Atmospheric physics 1 2+1 3 e
M-11 Atmospheric physics 2 2+1 3 e
M-12 Atmospheric chemistry 2+1 3 e
M-13 Dynamical meteorology 1 3+2 5 e
M-14 Dynamical meteorology 2 3+1 4 e
M-15 Mid year and summer field practice 2 0+2 2 cwa
Total credit 7 10 16 9 42

Teacher training:

Technics teacher
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
T-1 Technical environment I. 2+0 2 e
Technical environment II. 2+0 2 e
Technical environment III. 2+0 2 e
T-2 System and model I. 2+2 4 e,cwa
System and model II. 2+0 2 e
T-3 Materials technology I. 2+2 4 e,cwa
Materials technology II. 2+2 4 e,cwa
T-4 Laboratory of materials technology 0+4 4 cwa
T-5 Technical representation 2+2 4 e,cwa
T-6 Technological energetics 2+2 4 e,cwa
F-4 Signal processing 2+0 2 e
T-7 Microcontrollers 0+2 2 cwa
F-2 Methods of physical measurements 2+0 2 e
F-3 Modern methods of experiments (laboratory) 0+4 4 cwa
T-8 History of technic 3+0 3 e
T-9 Human and technic 2+0 2 e
T-10 Visiting of factories 0+3 3 cwa
Total credit 10 10 14 16 50

Physics teacher
Subject
semester - lecture hours/week
Cr. Assessment
1 2 3 4 5 6
Foundation courses
A-1 Calculus I. 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-2 Calculus II. 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-3 Vector calculus 2+1 3 e,cwa
A-4 Differential equations in physics I. 2+1 3
A-5 Elementary statistical methods in physics 2+1 3 e,cwa
Basic courses
S-1 Mechanics 4+2 6 e,cwa
S-2 Mechanics of continuous media 2 2 e
S-3 Electromagnetism 4+2 6 e,cwa
S-4 Thermodynamics 2+1 3 e,cwa
S-6 Atom and quantum physics 3+2 5 e,cwa
S-7 Fundaments of statistical Physics 2+1 3 e,cwa
S-11 Physical basic laboratory 0+2 2 cwa
S-12 Laboratory of classical physics 0+4 4 cwa
S-13 Laboratory of modern physics 0+4 4 cwa
Total credit 14 14 12 10 50

Semi-optional (selection) courses:

Subject semester - lecture hours/week Cr. Assessment
K-1 Energetics 2+0 2 e
K-2 Every day physics 2+0 2 e
K-3 Physical bases of new technical devices and technologies 2+0 2 e
K-4 Model creation and physical thinking 2+0 2 e
K-5 Physical simulations 2+0 2 e
K-6 Physics and related sciences 2+0 2 e
K-7 Communications in science 2+0 2 e
K-8 Physics and society 2+0 2 e
K-9 History of physics 2+0 2 e
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