Bachelor of Science programs in Physical Science generally offer an interdisciplinary degree designed for careers in science teaching; the programs typically place emphasis on physics and chemistry and may also include core modules in geology, astronomy and mathematics.
With a Masters
in Physical Sciences
at Tallinn University
you will typically have received a solid grounding in such fields as general chemistry, geological sciences, an introduction to human genetics, quantitative research and analysis, calculus, electronics for scientists and plant biology.
masters students: you will typically have engaged in advanced study and research in such areas as imaging physics and technology, principles and applications of clinical radiobiology, an introduction to research methodology and safety, medical informatics, and medical informatics and equipment management.