Computer Physics

A graduate in Computer Physics will possess necessary skills to work as a computer programmer, but will also be capable of participating in physics research. However, the latter will additionally require the second-cycle studies, such as for instance Technical Physics (Fizyka Techniczna) at the Faculty of Physics and Computer Science. A graduate can also pursue their education in the field of computer science, choosing for example Applied Computer Science (Informatyka Stosowana) at the Faculty of Physics and Computer Science or other similar studies (e.g. Data Science at the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications). After graduating from the first-cycle studies the students will readily find satisfying jobs on the IT market. Furthermore, physicists with expertise in programming and compytational methods may be a useful asset for companies dealing with simulations of industrial systems. Banks and insurance companies are also among potential employers, as they may profit from the graduates' skills in the field of computer modelling.