The goal of physics is to observe and analyze a range of natural phenomena, revealing the fundamental principles behind them and building models to help us rationally understand nature. Students study a wide range of natural science with a concentration in physics, developing logical methods of approaching and analyzing problems, as well as learning how to best resolve them, thereby contributing to society as a whole.
The curriculum is comprised of lectures, laboratory classes, and seminars, and class sizes are as small as reasonable. In their first year students begin with the basics, essential for any deeper study of physics and other disciplines. In their second and third years they proceed to increasingly sophisticated fields as they study physics in a systematic approach through seminars and experimentation. The fourth year is spent in research essential for their graduation theses.