The course includes:
•Dirac’s formalism and the general formulation of quantum mechanics
•Quantum dynamics, semi-classical approximations, propagators and Feynman’s path integral
•General theory of angular momentum
•Symmetry in quantum mechanics
•Time dependent problems: perturbation theory, the sudden approximation, the adiabatic approximation and Berry’s phase
•Many-particle systems, identical particles
To study on a distance education will give you different opportunities than on-campus teaching. It means that, to a large extent, you will be able to plan your studies yourself, both in terms of time and place.
However, keep in mind that most distance education includes a number of compulsory digital lectures and digital seminars during the weekdays. Some distance education also include compulsory get-togethers, for which you will have to travel to Växjö or Kalmar.
There are a number of different ways to be a distance student, the common denominator being that a large part of your study work is carried out on the web. You communicate with the teacher and your fellow students using a learning platform with discussion forums, group work, recorded lectures or video meetings using a web cam.