The certificates that you receive after completing the double Bachelor's degree programme do not differ from the regular Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics certificates. The only difference is that you will have two certificates and will therefore have access to a wider range of Master's degree programmes. Most graduates opt for the two-year Master's programme Applied Mathematics or the two-year Master's programme Applied Physics. A double Master's programme in mathematics and physics is another option, and usually takes more than two years. You can also choose a different Master's degree programme, such as Science Education and Communication.
Applied PhysicsYou will learn a systematic approach to designing the software and hardware embedded ‘under the bonnet’ of a device or machine, such as a car, a pacemaker or a robot. Subjects that are covered include chip design, computer architecture, communications networks, real-time operating systems and software engineering.
Science, Education and Communication - Science Communication TrackIf you are passionate about science and technology, are keen to add value in real-life situations and enjoy working with people, then the Master’s degree programme in Science, Education and Communication – Science Communication Track is for you. The ability to communicate well increases the quality of your work and is in great demand on the job market.
Applied MathematicsDuring the Master’s programme in Applied Mathematics, you will learn how to model and analyse scientific, technical and social problems mathematically. You will learn the theory behind the necessary mathematics and discover how to design, implement and apply mathematical methods.
Science, Education and Communication - Science Education TrackWith the Master’s degree programme in Science Education and Communication – Science Education Track (teacher training programme), you can obtain your Post-Graduate Certificate in Education and teach the upper classes of a secondary school. The programme educates teachers in secondary school subjects of Computer Science, Physics, Design, Chemistry and Mathematics.
Other Master's degree programmes
With a Bachelor's degree from TU Delft you have several options. You can opt to study for a Master’s degree at the same faculty, at a different faculty, or even at another university. To see what your options are, take a look at the transfer matrix.
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