The programme aims at producing competent graduates who are able to work in industry or teaching. The programme offers extensive reading materials on physics as well as other courses on biology, mathematics and chemistry.
Facilities and other services:
- Procurement Department.
- Preparation Rooms.
- Laboratory technicians rooms.
- Electronics Workshop .
- Computer Services Room.
Based on the goals and vision of the university, the bachelor's program in Physics focuses on the educational and research activities focused directly on the needs of the Palestinian community in the field of physics and includes courses studied by students in the same relationship in the field of teaching industrial field topics such as, for example:
- Elevator companies.
- Electricity companies.
- Energy companies.
- Energy and Natural Resources of the Palestinian Authority (Energy Authority).
- Standards Institution Palestinian (PSI).
- Cellular operators (mobile and national).
- Telecommunications Company (PALTEL).
Coursework and Assessment
The department offers teaching methods that are based on lecturing, scientific reports, presentations, seminars and exams. The department’s students are expected to finish the required compulsory and elective courses according to the adopted study plan at the department.
Students are evaluated according to theoretical exams, seminars, lab reports and homework, which focus on training students on creativity, excellence and devotion to promote scientific research and develop their critical thinking. A numerical scale from 0-4 is used to assess students’ performance after passing the required courses.
In addition to the theoretical courses, the department offers practical training to complete 48 credit hours of training in one of the public or private institutions in the pre-graduation semester. The department in coordination with An-Najah Practical Training Centre choose the institution in which students will finish training.