Master of Science in Engineering Physics (Civilingenjörsutbildning
i Teknisk fysik) from University of Umeå.
Course  Points  Grade 
Single Variable Analysis I 


Single Variable Analysis II 


Calculus in Several Variables 


Complex Analysis 


Applied Vector Analysis 


Linear Algebra 


Applied Linear Analysis 


Probability and Inference Theory 


Statistics in Industry 


Differential Equations 


Computer Algebra Systems and Problem Solving in Mathematics 


Discrete Mathematics 


Applied Mathematical Modelling III 


Total: 13 courses, 59 points
Course  Points  Grade 
Mechanics With Relativity Theory 


Electrodynamics 


Electrostatics 


Theoretical Mechanics 


Waves and Optics 


Quantum Mechanics I 


Quantum Mechanics II 


Statistical Physics With Thermodynamics 


Physical Properties of Measuring Devices 


Noninvasive Measurement Techniques 


Numerical Methods in Physics 


Total: 11 courses, 52 points
Course  Points  Grade 
Computer Programming (in C) 


Numerical Methods 


Object Oriented Programming for Enginners (in C++) 


Computer Science 1A 


Total: 4 courses, 18 points
Comment: Many of the above physics and mathemathics courses include
programming, for example in C, C++, Matlab, Assembler and Maple.
Course  Points  Grade 
Mechanics of Solids 


Measurement and Instrumentation Techniques 


Experimental Methods 


Analog Circuits 


Digital Circuits 


Microcomputer Techniques 


Total: 6 courses, 20 points
Course  Points  Grade 
Technology and Society 


Environmental Science 


Project Work within the Field of Environment 


Introduction to Management 


Ocean and Dessert Ecology 


Degree Project (examensarbete) 


Total: 6 courses, 33 points
40 courses, 182 points
The average grade of the courses graded on a scale from 1 to 5 is 4.7.
Explanation of the grading systems
^{1}Only pass (G) or fail is given in this subject.
^{2}The grades pass (G),
pass with distinction (VG) and fail is given in this subject.
All the subjects above have been passed. Most often the courses are graded on a scale from 3 to 5. The (HD) and (D) grades are from the way of grading courses at the University of Wollongong, Australia. The scale is: fail, pass (P), distinction (D) or high distinction (HD).
1 point is equivalent of one week of full time studies. If a student is successful 40 points is taken during one year.