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The bachelor programme Astronomy centres around the mathematical and physical basics of astronomy and astrophysics. The scientific / technical knowledge is applied in the numerical modelling of complex systems, the study of calendars and time service as well as in the calculation of the orbit of satellites and objects crossing the orbit of the earth. Moreover extensive knowledge in the area of computing will be acquired.

- Higher education institution:
- University of Vienna
- Group of fields of study:
- Natural Sciences

- Degree programme:
- Astronomy
- Type:
- Bachelor programme
- Academic degree:
- Bachelor of Science, BSc
- Duration:
- 6 Semester / 180 ECTS*

- URL student information:
- http://astro.univie.ac.at/en/studies/
- Download curriculum:
- http://www.univie.ac.at/mtbl02/2008_2009/2008_2009_145.pdf

- Languages of instruction:
- German
- Costs:
- Student Union fee: EUR 19,20
- tuition fee - ask at your institution Detailed information
- Stay abroad:
- Not compulsory
- Type of higher education institution:
- University
- Location:
- Wien
- Curriculum:
- published in the:
- MBl. 2014/15, Stk. 28 (Nr. 203), i.d.F. MBl. 2016/17, Stk. 13 (Nr. 53.1)

The subject Astronomy deals with the science of the universe, the celestial bodies (planets, stars, galaxies) and the outer space. The teaching of methodological and theoretical knowledge of astronomy and computer skills are central aspects.

The orientation period contains the modules “Introduction into Astronomy I” and “Introduction into Astronomy II”. The bachelor programme consists of 19 compulsory modules: the mathematical and physical basics of Astronomy I and II, Introduction into Physics I, II and III, the astronomical beginners practical training, numerical methods of astronomy, Analysis for Physicists I and II, Astrophysics I, linear algebra for physicists, Astronomical Instruments I, history of science / theory of science / philosophy and practical training in an observatory. Alternatively Astrophysics II or Astronomical Instruments II can be chosen as a specialisation. Moreover elective modules from biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics or physics can be studied. For the bachelor degree in Astronomy two bachelor theses are required. These are two be written in the framework of two bachelor seminars.

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