Undergraduate Program Engineering Physics

I. TRAINNING OBJECTIVES

1.1. Knowledge

This undergraduate program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering physics. Students will be provided with knowledge of common subjects, social science and humanities subjects, basic and fundamental subjects of engineering physics, and finally, specialization subjects of nanoscience and nanotechnology, in particular, photonic-, bionano- and nano-technology, computation physics.

1.2. Skills

Training of human resource in science and technology who master and apply advanced technologies and modern equipments in photonic-, bionano- and nano-technology, computation physics.

1.3. Ability

Graduates will be able to conduct research in the specialized fields, to continue their academic interests at the masters or doctors level or to work independently in both the public and private sectors such as in materials/devices manufacturers and joint-venture companies.

1.4. Attitude

Graduates also have good moral quality, willingness to devote him(her)self to the national cause of construction and development, having passion to science and self-improvement of political quality and professional qualification.

II. PROGRAM CONTENT

2.1. Requirements

Total number of required credits is 132, divided as follows:
- Common Knowledge Subjects                                                  33 credits
  (not include Subjects 12 to 16)
- Social Science and Humanities Subjects                               04 credits
               + Elective Subjects:                04/08 credits
- Basic Science Subjects                                                             25 credits
- Fundamental Subjects                                                               48 credits
- Specialized subjects                                                                   12 credits
               + Compulsory  Subjects:        08 credits
               + Elective Subjects:                04 credits
- Minor Thesis or Graduation Examinations                             10 credits

2.2. The Curriculum

No.
Subjects
Credits
Credit hours
Prerequisite subject
(subject no.)
Lecture
Practicum
Self-study
Theory
Exercise
Discussion
I
Common Knowledge Subjects
(not include Subjects 12 to 16)
33
 
 
 
 
 
 
1
Marxist-Leninist Philosophy
4
40
 
10
 
10
 
2
Marxist-Leninist Political Economics
3
30
 
12
 
3
1
3
Scientific Socialism
2
20
2
6
 
2
2
4
History of the Vietnamese Communist Party 
2
24
 
4
 
2
2
5
Ho Chi Minh Ideology
2
20
 
6
2
2
4
6
Fundamental Informatics 1
4
20
 
2
38
 
 
7
Fundamental Informatics 2
2
16
2
 
12
 
6
8
Basic English 1
4
18
18
18
 
6
 
9
Basic English 2
3
15
13
13
 
4
8
10
Basic English 3
3
15
13
13
 
4
9
11
Specialized English
4
18
18
18
 
6
10
12
Physical Education 1
2
2
 
 
26
2
 
13
Physical Education 2
2
2
 
 
26
2
12
14
National Defence Education 1
2
14
 
12
 
4
 
15
National Defence Education 2
2
14
 
12
 
4
14
16
National Defence Education 3
3
18
 
3
21
3
 
II
Social Science and Humanities Subjects
4/8
 
 
 
 
 
 
17
General Logic
2
20
6
 
 
4
1
18
General Psychology
2
20
4
4
 
2
 
19
General Pedagogy
2
14
6
10
 
 
 
20
Introduction to Management Science
2
20
5
5
 
 
 
III
Basic Science Subjects
25
 
 
 
 
 
 
21
Higher Mathematics (Algebra 1)
2
20
10
 
 
 
 
22
Higher Mathematics (Algebra 2)
2
20
10
 
 
 
21
23
Higher Mathematics (Analysis 1)
5
45
30
 
 
 
 
24
Higher Mathematics (Analysis 2)
5
45
30
 
 
 
23
25
Fundamental Physics 1
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
26
Fundamental Physics 2
3
32
9
 
 
4
22, 24
27
Fundamental Physics 3
2
20
7
 
 
3
22, 24
28
Practicum in General Physics
3
 
 
 
45
 
25÷27
IV
Fundamental subjects
48
 
 
 
 
 
 
IV.1
Knowledge on mathematics-physics
11
 
 
 
 
 
 
29
Mathematico-Physical Methods
3
30
10
5
 
 
22, 24
30
Probability and Statistics
2
15
15
 
 
 
22, 24
31
Numerical Methods
3
22
8
 
15
 
7, 22, 24
32
Quantum Physics
3
27
9
5
 
4
28, 29
IV.2
Knowledge on Informatics
7
 
 
 
 
 
 
33
Informatics for physics
2
20
 
 
10
 
7, 38, 41, 42
34
Computer Architecture and  Interface Techniques
2
20
 
 
10
 
7, 28, 37, 38
35
Simulations and Modeling
3
22
 
 
23
 
7, 29¸31
IV.3
Knowledge on Electronics
14
 
 
 
 
 
 
36
Principles of Electronic Circuits and Measurements
2
27
3
 
 
 
26
37
Digital Techniques
2
30
 
 
 
 
36
38
Digital Signal Processing
2
20
7
3
 
 
22, 24
39
Opto-Electronics
3
20
5
2
 
3
45
40
Fiber Optics Telecommunication
2
27
 
 
 
3
39
41
Laboratory Works in Digital Techniques
2
 
 
 
30
 
36
42
Practice in Electronics
2
 
 
 
30
 
37
IV.4
Knowledge on Materials Science
16
 
 
 
 
 
 
43
Thin Films Techniques and Nanotechnology
2
21
6
 
 
3
44
44
Principles of Materials Science
2
21
6
 
 
3
48
45
Physics of Semiconductors and Semiconducting Devices
2
17
7
3
 
3
32, 44
46
Magnetism and Superconductivity
2
17
7
3
 
3
28
47
Methods for Characterization of Structures of Materials
3
25
10
5
 
5
44
48
Chemical Engineering
2
21
6
 
 
3
28
49
Practice in Technology
3
 
 
 
45
 
43, 45÷48
V
Specialization Subjects
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1
Knowledge on Photonic Technology
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.1.1
Complusoty Subjects
8
 
 
 
 
 
 
50
Physics and Technology of Lasers
4
42
 
 
12
6
39
51
Solid State Spectroscopy
2
24
 
 
3
3
32, 44
52
Specialization Practice
2
1
 
3
24
2
50
V.1.2
Elective Subjects
4/12
 
 
 
 
 
 
53
Non-linear oOptics
2
19
4
4
 
3
32, 44
54
Nano-Photonics
2
18
3
 
6
3
45, 56
55
Photonic Instruments
2
18
 
 
8
4
28
56
Nanostructured Materials Spectroscopy
2
27
 
 
 
3
51
57
Nanostructured Organic Photonic Materials
2
20
4
3
 
3
32, 44
58
Theoretical Photonics
2
20
4
1
2
3
32
V.2
Knowledge on Nanotechnology
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.2.1
Compulsory Subjects
8
 
 
 
 
 
 
59
Nanostructured Semiconductors
2
21
6
 
 
3
49
60
Nanostructured  Magnetic Materials and Spin Electronics
2
24
3
 
 
3
45, 46
61
Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems and Applications
2
27
 
 
 
3
37, 45
62
Specialization Practice
2
5
 
 
25
 
49
V.2.2
Elective Subjects
4/8
 
 
 
 
 
 
63
Nanostructured Organic Photonic Materials
2
20
4
3
 
3
32, 44
64
Nanostructured Functional Polymers
2
21
6
 
 
3
49
65
Nano-Photonics
2
18
3
 
6
3
45, 56
66
Electronic Structure of Nanosystems
2
21
6
 
 
3
32, 44
V.3
Knowledge on Computation Physics
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.3.1
Compulsory Subjects
8
 
 
 
 
 
 
67
Programming Methods in Nanophysics
3
18
 
 
22
5
 
68
Specialized Computation Methods
3
18
10
4
8
5
44
69
Specialization Practice
2
9
 
 
21
 
45
V.3.2
Elective Subjects
4/20
 
 
 
 
 
 
70
Groups Theory and Groups Representation
2
20
7
 
 
3
32
71
Symmetry of Quantum Systems
2
17
7
3
 
3
70
72
Quantum Theory of Multiparticles
2
15
5
3
4
3
32
73
Nanostructured Materials Spectroscopy
2
27
 
 
 
3
51
74
Nano-Photonics
2
18
3
 
6
3
45, 56
75
Theoretical Photonics
2
20
4
1
2
3
32
76
Nanostructured Semiconductors
2
21
6
 
 
3
49
77
Nanostructured  Magnetic Materials and Spin Electronics
2
24
3
 
 
3
45, 46
78
Electronic Structure of Nanosystems
2
21
6
 
 
3
32, 44
79
Specialized Practical Work in Computation Methods
2
9
 
 
21
 
67, 68
V.4
Knowledge on Bio-Nanotechnology
12
 
 
 
 
 
 
V.4.1
Compulsory Subjects
8
 
 
 
 
 
 
80
General Biology
2
14
 
2
 
14
 
81
Molecular Biology
2
20
 
 
8
2
80
82
Bio-Nanotechnology
2
20
 
5
 
5
81
83
Specialization Practice
2
6
 
 
24
 
80
V.4.2
Elective Subjects
4/8
 
 
 
 
 
 
84
Biophysics
2
20
 
5
 
5
80
85
Bio-Nanomaterials
2
20
 
4
 
6
80
86
Biochips
2
20
 
5
 
5
82
87
Molecular Diagnostics
2
14
 
3
13
 
81
88
Recombinant DNA Technology
2
15
 
2
 
13
81
VI
Minor Thesis or Graduatin Examination
10