This program is designed to enhance the teaching potential of secondary and tertiary physics teachers in terms of academic content as well as effective application of up-to-date information technology for presentation. Graduates from this program will be well equipped to undertake research projects at secondary school level which are relevant to the needs of the local community.
A minimum of 45 credits is required for graduation. Students may select one of the following two program options:
1) Research-oriented program, requiring the completion of twenty courses of two credits each, including Research Methodology in Physics Studies in the first year of study. In the second, year students are required to conduct their own research and submit a master's thesis.
2) Coursework-oriented program, comprising lecture-based courses totaling 38 credits. In addition, students are required to take part in seminars, Advance Physics Laboratory work, and Independent Studies to enhance their experimental and presentation skills.