BS Physics


BS Physics, a four-year degree program, not only enables the students to scientifically understand and analyze the behavior of nature but orientates them with many interdisciplinary subjects.

BS in Physics addresses the material universe at its most fundamental levels. Physical laws apply from subatomic to cosmological scales. Concentrating in Physics will not only teach you about the structure of physical law; it will allow you to take part in its discovery.

In the process, you will acquire universally valuable skills, including problem-solving, methods of estimation and approximation, and reasoning both inductively and from the first principles. And you will build your intuition for how the physical world works, from electricity to phases of matter to energy to the quantum.


Semester I
Course CodeCourse Title
Gen-1001English-I (Reading and Writing Skills)
Gen-1002Pakistan Studies
Gen-1003Islamic Studies/Ethics
Phys-1002Waves and Optics
Phys-1601LPhysics Lab-I
Semester II
Course CodeCourse Title
Gen-1004English-II (Composition Writing)
Phys-1003Thermal Physics
Phys-1004Electricity and Magnetism
Phys-1602LPhysics Lab-II
Math-1003Probability and Statistics
Semester III
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-2003Chemistry/Natural Science
Phys-2001Quantum Physics
Math-2003Differential Equations
Math-2004Analytical Geometry
Gen-2005Introduction to Computing
Phys-2603LPhysics Lab-III
Semester IV
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-2002Modern Physics
Phys-2003Basic Electronics
Phys-2904Physics Lab-IV
Math-2005Linear Algebra
Gen-2006/Gen 2007Humanities/ Social Science
Math-2004Applied Mathematics
Semester V
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-3101Classical Mechanics
Phys-3501Mathematical Methods of Physics-I
Phys-3401Solid State Physics-I
Phys-3605LPhysics Lab-V
Phys-3502Computational Physics-I
Semester VI
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-3503Mathematical Methods of Physics-II
Phys-3402Solid State Physics-II
Phys-3301Quantum Mechanics-I
Phys-3504Computational Physics-II
Phys-3606LPhysics Lab-VI
Semester VII
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-4302Quantum Mechanics-II
Phys-4303Statistical Physics
Phys-4201Classical Electrodynamics-I
Phys-4303Nuclear Physics-I
Semester VIII
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-4404Solid State Physics-III
Phys-4202Classical Electrodynamics-II
Phys-4304Nuclear Physics-II
Phys-4102Relativity and Cosmology
Elective Subjects
Course CodeCourse Title
Phys-4305Introductory Particle Physics
Phys-4306Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
Phys-4405Topics in Solid State Physics
Phys-4406Advanced Solid-State Physics
Phys-4308Quantum Information Theory
Phys-4703Introduction to Photonics
Phys-4309Quantum Solid State Magnetism
Phys-4310Quantum Electronics
Phys-4607Medical Physics

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