This degree provides a generalist training that gives students a broad skill base in the fundamental sciences: physics, chemistry and the basics of engineering sciences.
The Bachelor’s in Physics and Chemistry is designed to allow students to gradually develop their personal and professional plans by promoting their integration, orientation, and specialisation as they progress through the curriculum.
This gradual specialisation is based on the implementation of the principle of methodological and pedagogical continuity between secondary and higher education.
The physics and chemistry degree shares a common core, over its first three semesters, with the Bachelor’s in Electronics, Electrical Energy and Control Systems, allowing a choice of specialisation at the beginning of the fourth semester.
The specialisation towards the teaching professions, shared by all courses, allows the student, in addition to his training in physics and chemistry to acquire knowledge about child psychology, education, and teaching. These tools prepare students to go on to pursue master’s degrees in teaching, education, and training (primary school teacher...).