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Astronomy track

Learning outcomes

Master's degree in Astronomy and Space Physics:
The Master's programme consists of two years of full-time study. A Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree, or its equivalent, in astronomy or closely related field is required to enter the programme, as well as demonstrated English language proficiency. Within the international master's program several areas of specialization within astronomy and space-physics are possible, such as optical astronomy, radio astronomy, space astronomy, theoretical astrophysics, and space physics.

Belongs to following modules

Department of Physics and Astronomy
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Astronomy track

Alternative advanced-level studies 25–48 op
25–48 ECTS
TÄHT7015 Astrodynamics, 4 ECTS
TÄHT7001 Astroparticle Physics, 4 ECTS
TÄHT7003 Celestial Mechanics, 4 ECTS
TÄHT7017 Data Mining in Astronomy, 4 ECTS
FFYS7040 Internship, 0–6 ECTS
TÄHT7018 Interstellar physics, 4 ECTS
TÄHT7007 Laboratory in Astronomy II, 5 ECTS
TÄHT7009 Quasar research, 8 ECTS
TÄHT7011 Science with ESO telescopes, 4 ECTS
TÄHT7021 Solar magnetic cycle, 4 ECTS
FFYS7039 Topical project in Research, 3–9 ECTS
Other studies 0–23 ECTS
The other courses can be selected from physics, mathematics, electronics, computer science, geology and economics. If an international student of the astronomy track does not have know-how of the Finnish language, then the course KIFF0003 is obligatory.
Department of Physics and Astronomy
DP in Physical Sciences
Finnish Study Modules