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EWHA WOMANS UNIVERSITY

Academics

Physics

Departments

Division of Molecular Life & Chemical Sciences

Physics

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Physics

Location

Science Building B Room #310

Tel

82-2-3277-2318

Email

physics@ewha.ac.kr

Fax

82-2-3277-3607

Founded in 1951, the curriculum of the Department of Physics covers the essential principles of physics. The required courses provide a solid foundation in understanding the fundamental laws of nature.

If a student wishes to conduct further study in physics, astronomy, or other physical sciences, it is strongly recommended that the student include more numbers of physics and mathematics courses among her electives. If, however, the student wants to become a high school teacher or a professional in other areas, she can take additional courses in education or other fields.

History
History

1951

The department of Physics was established, first in the College of Education, and then in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

1982

The department moved to the newly constructed science building complex and joined the College of Natural Science, where it still remains

The Aim of Education

The aim of the undergraduate program is to provide each student a broad instruction in basic physics though lectures and experiments. The main goal is to develop and produce top quality women graduates with the ability to become leaders in the fields of physics.

Special Features

Physics fulfills humankind's curiosity and expands human knowledge about ourselves and the nature. Since the beginning, physics has always been about accumulating knowledge to understand and explain the provisions of nature. Our students learn this idea and acquire logical, organized reasoning skills along with analytical thinking skills. Students trained in physics can view social phenomena with curiosity and work to understand them. This process helps students to become truly creative and intelligent minds of our time.

Careers and Graduate School Destination

Most graduates work in major universities and research centers. Others apply their scientific knowledge and skills in diverse areas such as educational and governmental institutions as well as commercial industries.