A required intermediate step towards the PhD is the Licentiate exam comprising 120 credits, with a course part of 30-60 credits and a thesis of at least 60 credits.

Please note: Courses completed before admission to the doctoral studies can be included in the PhD only if they are not included in the courses claimed to meet the qualification criteria for doctoral studies.

For the different subjects, the following apply:

Physics and Theoretical Physics

The courses are grouped in: mandatory courses, recommended courses, general courses and specialized courses.

The mandatory courses are:

The recommended courses are:

Other courses are chosen together with the supervisor.

Chemical Physics

The courses are grouped in: mandatory courses, recommended courses, general courses and specialized courses.

The mandatory courses are:

The recommended courses are:

Other courses are chosen together with the supervisor.

Medical Radiation Physics

The courses are grouped in: mandatory courses, recommended courses, general courses and specialized courses.

The mandatory courses are:

The Medical Radiation Physics research division of the department decides about the recommended courses.

Other courses are chosen together with the supervisor.

Information about courses

For information on the courses, view the course-fact pages. Information on the special doctoral courses at the department has been collected on a separate page.