This major mainly cultivates professionals engaged in the teaching and research of physics and related frontier disciplines, and also cultivates interdisciplinary talents who can apply physics to various fields of technology and society. After learning and training, students of this major should have the foundation of further study in physics and related disciplines, and be able to meet the requirements of research, teaching, technology application and management after graduation.
Derived from ancient Greek, mathematics is the study of concepts such as quantity, structure, change, and spatial models. Through the use of abstraction and logical reasoning, generated by counting, calculating, measuring, and observing the shape and motion of objects. The basic elements of mathematics are logic and intuition, analysis and reasoning, commonness and individuality.