Bachelor's program
Physics

Physics

MODEL OF GRADUATING STUDENT

ON1 – to use knowledge about the role of science in the modern scientific picture of the world, understanding the essence of physical phenomena and processes, the role of physics in the formation of the worldview and human Outlook for practical activities;
ON2 – to classify and explain the fundamental laws and principles of physics underlying the modern scientific picture of the world for the interpretation and analysis of the content of scientific literature in the specialty;
ON3 – to analyze the results of measurements, to detect the relationship between the values, to use the results for their interpretation and to draw conclusions;
ON4 – to conduct experimental studies of various physical phenomena and processes, to determine the properties of matter and the parameters of the States of physical systems;
ON5 – solve standard problems in the specialty, build mathematical models of physical processes, build graphs and make animations to visualize the results;
ON6 – to use in pedagogical activity modern scientific developments in the field of physics and methods of teaching physics for formation of competences of pupils; to carry out physics lessons in secondary educational institutions with use of modern methods of teaching;
ON7 – to use information and communication technologies in professional activity; to use methods of analytical and numerical calculation of tasks, computer methods of data collection, storage and processing;
ON8 – to formulate and solve a practical problem, to operate with fundamental concepts, laws, laws and theories, to use scientific terminology and symbols confidently, to master the basic methods of scientific knowledge used in physics;
ON9 – to integrate fundamental knowledge of the specialty to ensure continuous self-education; to apply in practice professional knowledge of the theory and methods of scientific research;
ON10 – to organize the collection and interpretation of scientific information, to work in a team and independently, to manage the audience's attention;
ON11 – to assess the essence and social significance of their future profession, to show a steady interest in it; to achieve the proper level of preparedness necessary for the further development of professional skills in the process of studying at the University;
ON12 – ability to continue education at the next level of the educational program (master's degree), to use a foreign language in the professional field and in the international arena.

Program passport

Speciality Name
Physics
Speciality Code
6B05304
Faculty
of Physics and Technology

disciplines

Approximate Methods of Quantum Mechanics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: Develop the understanding of quantum mechanics processes within the modern developments of the Theory and Experiment basing on approximation methods for the treating of complicated systems and implement the training in the estimation basis for the predictable and measurable observables. Develop skills of application the quantum mechanics equations and laws in modern theoretical and experimental Nuclear Physics, Physics of Plasma, Nuclear Astrophysics. During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1. to use approximate methods for the solution of quantum mechanical tasks; 2. to apply modern computer technologies to the solution of a physical problem; 3. to form professional tools for the solution of physical tasks; 4. to receive results applying approximate methods. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Time-independent perturbation theory; variation procedure; delta-method; linear and quadratic Stark effect theory; model description of many-particle systems; anharmonic oscillator; rigid rotator; degenerate perturbation theory; helium atom; Slater determinants and matrix elements.

Astrophysics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to understand the physical nature of astrophysical phenomena, to evaluate and synthesize new ideas from the point of view of modern astrophysics; to form an idea of the near and far space, the Universe as a whole and its physical processes and phenomena; to understand mathematical expressions reflecting the relationship between astrophysical processes and physical quantities; During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1) know the main stages of evolution of stars and other objects of the Universe; 2) understand the characteristics of optical telescope systems and the various designs of modern ground-based telescopes; 3) apply the principles and methods of obtaining direct and spectral images using modern scientific equipment and image receivers; 4) interpret observational data on objects in the Universe; demonstrate methods for determining the fundamental parameters of stars and other objects; 5) apply the methods of practical astrophysics to perform astronomical observations with modern radiation receivers. The course "Astrophysics" is a special section of theoretical physics that gives an idea of the various problems and methods of research in modern astrophysics and cosmology, united by the common goal of a comprehensive study of the nature of the Universe in the framework of known physical laws. This course assumes that the student is familiar with the main sections of general and theoretical physics. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: aberrations of optical systems, General properties of radiation receivers, designs of astronomical spectrographs, modern photometric standards.

Atomic Physics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is to form in students a representation of atomic physics as a theory that arose from the generalization of observations, practical experience and experiment in the framework of lecture, practical and laboratory exercises. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  Generalize the theory of quantum physics in different practical problems;  Enumerate the physical phenomena and laws of atomic physics, the limits of their applicability, the ability to determine the basic physical quantities, their meaning, methods and units of measurement;  Explain the goals of teaching the fundamental physical experiments of quantum physics and their role in the development of science;  Describe the purpose and operation principles of the main spectroscopic instruments;  To make decisions in solving physical problems independently, innovations in training for students in the classroom. Purpose of the discipline. Discipline is a course that defines educational and methodological training, studies forms, methods, means of transferring knowledge of atomic physics, i.e. Optimal, effective organization of teaching. During the studying of the discipline, the following aspects will be considered: about quantum phenomena at the atomic-molecular level; On the experimental foundations of quantum physics and physical phenomena caused by the electronic shells of atoms and molecules, the discovery of factors and regularities in the learning processes of the basic laws of atomic physics, atomic spectra and their mathematical expression, formulate the basic concepts of partition, solve physical problems and evaluate the orders of physical quantities. In addition, the student must acquire skills in working with instruments and equipment of the modern laboratory of atomic physics, the skills of using various methods of physical measurements and processing experimental data; Skills in conducting adequate physical and mathematical modeling, as well as applying methods of physical and mathematical analysis to solving specific natural and technical problems.

Classical Field Theory
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to form the basic concepts of classical field theory, actively used in theoretical physics; to form the basis of theoretical understanding of the mathematical structure of classical field theories; to study the principles of least action and its application in classical field theory, in addition to solve the basic field equations of the principle of gauge invariance in modern physics During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to plan and develop optimal methodological systems for teaching classical field theory in general educational organizations and higher educational institutions according to the programs of basic general education; - to study the dynamics of systems with an infinite number of degrees of freedom; - to master the change of the space-time symmetry group, in which the field system lives, with the classical Galilean group; - learn how to build Feynman diagrams and find the amplitudes of the processes. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Lagrangian formalism in field theory. Scalar field. Electrodynamics with a scalar field. Local and global gauge invariance. The possibility of the existence of magnetic charges. Dirac's magnetic monopole. Dirac quantization condition. Spontaneous violation of Abelian (global and local) gauge symmetry. Groups and lie algebras. Non-Abelian gauge theories. The Fields Of Yang-Mills. Spontaneous violation of global gauge symmetry (General case). Goldstone Theorem. Spontaneous violation of local calibration symmetry (General case). Higgs Theorem. Dirac equation. Classical electrodynamics.

Culturology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim of discipline is to form a bachelor's understanding of the specifics of the development of national culture in the context of world culture and civilization, need to preserve the cultural code of the Kazakh people, ability to pursue in independent professional activity a strategy of preserving the cultural heritage of the Kazakh people in a dynamically changing multicultural world and society.

Differential and Integral Equations
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to form students ' deep knowledge of the basics of the theory of ordinary differential and integral equations; the ability to apply this knowledge in the study and solution of specific differential and integral equations and systems found in various fields of science and technology; Industrial practice forms to teach students to master the methods of the theory of ordinary differential and integral equations necessary for further scientific and professional activities. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Basic concepts of differential equations; Formulation of the Cauchy problem; Nth order linear equations; Linear inhomogeneous equations; Linear system; Green's function method; Equations in full differential; The concept of metric and linear spaces; Classification of integral equations; Self-adjoint Fredholm operator; Hubert – Schmidt theorem; Integral equations with symmetric kernels.

Electricity and Magnetism
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline - to form a modern understanding of the nature of electromagnetic phenomena and the range of their possible applications, understanding and explanation of processes based on the concept of electromagnetism, the independent solution of certain engineering problems. As a result of learning the discipline, the student is able:  explain the course and causes of phenomena that are of an electromagnetic nature;  describe various physical processes of electromagnetic origin;  correct the data, and explain the reason for possible changes based on the basic laws of electromagnetism;  to evaluate the theoretical and experimental data obtained up to the necessary order of magnitude;  generalize and classify the data obtained to identify the electromagnetic nature and the main regularities of the occurrence of an electrical phenomenon or process Purpose of the discipline. The discipline "Electricity and Magnetism" is focused on studying the principles of constructing of electromagnetic interactions, one of the four fundamental interactions in nature, the basic experimental laws underlying the theory of electromagnetism, the general laws of electromagnetism, the electromagnetic interactions experience associated with modern technologies, and the formation of competencies among students, to be capable to simulate electromagnetic phenomena and to carry out calculations of physical quantities. The course covers the following issues: basic concepts and laws of electromagnetism; the current state of the physics of electricity and magnetism; methods of obtaining and the scope of various electromagnetic interactions

Electrodynamics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: the formation of students a single, logically consistent physical picture, linking all the phenomena studied, the theory and model of their description, to achieve understanding by students of the General structure of the theoretical electrodynamics of continuous media, the structure of specific physical theories of classical electrodynamics; 1. demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for proper understanding of electrodynamics 2. demonstrate knowledge of selected topics from electrodynamics, and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a broad range of physical phenomena. 3. research scientific communication connected with electrodynamics , and will prove that they can think critically and work independently in this direction of physics During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: To learn how demonstrate a rigorous understanding of the core theories and principles of electrodynamics, which includes profound internal knowledge of electrostatics, Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic waves, ferromagnetic and optics

Foreign Language
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The course is the integrative part of continuing foreign language education cycle and is aimed at further development of receptive( reading, listening)productive(speaking, writing) skills, intercultural and interpersonal competences for using English as the tool of communication.

Fundamentals of Vector and Tensor Analysis
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose : the goal of the discipline is to master the basics of vector and tensor analysis by students; the formation of possession of the necessary mathematical apparatus, methods for solving problems, to pose a problem, to choose methods of solution, both in analytical form and using computer technologies (modern computers and corresponding software products); studying modern understanding of the coordinateless method of defining vectors and tensors. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - know the necessary mathematical apparatus; know the problems solution methods; - know how to state problem, choose methods of solution, in analytical form, and with application of the computer technologies (modern ECM and appropriate program products); - possess a generation of modern idea about coordinate-free method of vector and tensor definition; - demonstrate an understanding of the overall structure of the study area and the links between its elements; - develop the skills of independent research of specific theoretical issues. Mathematical methods are used in physics when describing properties, laws of motion and interaction of different physical objects. The use of scalar quantities allows describing the simplest physical properties ob bodies. However, for example, for the quantitative description of bodies’ interaction the scalar quantities are not enough. In this case it is necessary to use the more complicated mathematical quantities − directed segment or vectors. The tensors that have more complicated mathematical nature are used for characterization of deformations, inertia at rotational motion and etc. Since the scalars, vectors and tensors are chosen for the quantitative description of the characteristics of objects of environment, then, from the physical point, they should have the common nature. When considering the physical problems it is convenient to determine the specific vectors and tensors relatively to coordinates systems. At this the coordinates systems themselves can be chosen in arbitrary way since they carry the secondary character. That is, all systems of coordinates should be equivalent. In the mathematical apparatus of tensor calculus, as in its particular case – vector algebra and calculus, the coordinates systems equality are included since the physical characteristics and physical regulations formulation should not be dependent on the choice of coordinates systems. This allowed to express the mathematical formulations of physical laws in opportune and obvious forms and gave the opportunity of its active use in the modern physics.

Information and Communication Technologies
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: it consists in the formation of a new "digital" thinking, a critical understanding of the role and importance of modern information and communication technologies, the ability to apply information and communication technologies in various professional activities During the study of this course, students should be competent in: - to explain the purpose, content, and trends of information and communication technologies, to justify the choice of the most appropriate technology for specific tasks; - explain the methods of collection, storage, and processing of information, methods of implementation of information and communication processes; - describe the architecture of computer systems and networks, the purpose and function of the main components; - use Internet information resources, cloud, and mobile services for search, storage, processing, and dissemination of information; - use software and hardware of computer systems and networks for data collection, transmission, processing, and storage; - analyze and justify the choice of methods and means of information protection; - using digital technologies to develop data analysis and management tools for different activities; - to carry out project activities in the specialty with the use of modern information and communication technologies. During the study of the discipline, students will learn the following aspects: The role of ICT in key sectors of society. Standards in ICT. Introduction to computer systems. The architecture of computer systems. Software. Operating system. Human-computer interaction. Database system. Data analysis. Data management. Networks and telecommunications. Cybersecurity. Internet technology. Cloud and mobile technologies. Multimedia technologies. Smart technology. E-business. E-learning. E-government. Information technologies in the professional sphere. Industrial ICT. ICT development prospects.

Introduction to the Nuclear Theory
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: Form students' knowledge of nuclear physics, theoretical nuclear physics that necessary for understanding nuclear reactions, nuclear characteristics, development of safe nuclear power, use of nuclear-physical methods in medicine and other areas of useful activity. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: - understand the basic characteristics of the ground and excited states of atomic nuclei; - have an idea of the exchange nature of the fundamental interactions; - determine the possible states of the system of two nucleons; - analyze the main characteristics of the ground and excited states of atomic nuclei; - to interpret the possible states of the system of two nucleons. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Types of interactions. On some problems of elementary particle physics. The concept of mass in modern physics. Physical experiment: current state and development prospects. Quarks in the cores. Particle accelerators. Energetic properties of nuclei. Kernels removed from the stability region. Radioactivity. Spontaneous nuclear fission and spontaneously fissile nuclear isomers. Proton and two-proton radioactivity. Cluster radioactivity. Superdense nuclear matter.

Kazakh (Russian) Language
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of "Kazakh language": to provide qualitative study of the Kazakh language as a means of social, intercultural, professional and personal communication through the formation of communicative competence in all types of speech activity in accordance with the requirements of qualification level certification in the Kazakh language. The aim of the course is to improve the phonetic, lexico-grammatical skills of the linguist, to improve the skills of writing the grammatical, syntactical, stylistic features of the Kazakh language in the literary norm. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to provide the actual content of the text, to formulate their conceptual information, to describe the final sections of the text and its individual structural elements (pragmatic focus); - to request and report information according to the terms of the relationship, evaluate participants' actions, and use information as a means of influence on the interviewer in the context of cognition and communication in accordance with certification requirements; - to create speech behavioral programs in the conditions of personal, social and professional communication in accordance with the requirements of certification of the language, culture, the field of communication; - to discuss ethical, cultural and social issues of debates, to express their opinion, to prove it, to critically evaluate the opinions of the interviewees; - to participate in situations of different communication in order to realize their personal intentions and needs (domestic, educational, social, cultural), ethically correct, substantial, lexical-grammatical and pragmatic; - be able to compile household, socio-cultural, official-business texts using lexical-grammatical and pragmatic materials that correspond to the generally accepted norms, functional orientation, and level of certification. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The curriculum is aimed at studying general education "Kazakh language" in updated content and formation of interpersonal, social-humanitarian world view of students in the context of state programs within the national idea of spiritual renewal. It is designed to provide a qualitative study of the Kazakh language in the context of Kazakh national culture as a social, intercultural, professional and communicative tool through the formation of communicative competence in all forms of speech according to the level of qualification of students.

Mathematical Analysis
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to form students 'understanding of the subject; to develop the ability to master theoretical knowledge; to demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of linear algebra and analytical geometry and their applications, to use in the study of other branches of mathematics; to form students' skills of finding solutions to specific mathematical and physical problems; to create the basis for the construction of mathematical models describing physical processes; to give students a mathematical tool suitable for applications in applied problems. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  know the basic methods of modern mathematical analysis and their capabilities for solving complex programming problems.  master the skills of building mathematical models of real engineering problems of mathematical analysis positions.  be able to perform basic mathematical calculations, compose and solve adequate mathematical models of real processes, adapt solutions for computing equipment.  master the basics of differential and integral calculus and their application in practical problems;  use modern computer technology to the extent necessary to solve a specific set of learning tasks;  to collect, analyze and process the data necessary to solve the set economic tasks During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The numerical sequencep; The function and its limit; Continuity; The derivative of a function; Higher-order derivatives; Lopital theorem; Local extremes of the function; The necessary and sufficient conditions of optimality; The indefinite integral and its properties; Table of integrals; The Newton-Leibniz.

Mathematical Methods of Theoretical Physics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to form knowledge and skills of mathematical modeling of physical processes; to study methods for solving partial differential equations arising from the formulation of problems of mathematical physics; to teach correctly to set and solve boundary-value problems corresponding to the physical processes under study; develop the ability to choose a method for solving a boundary value problem corresponding to it, developing skills in studying the mathematical apparatus for further use in solving theoretical and applied problems. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  know the rational methods of reducing the problem of physics to the formulation of the corresponding mathematical problem, based on the use of the necessary physical laws, and its further solution;  be able to carry out the necessary identical transformations of mathematical expressions;  to solve the system of algebraic and trigonometric equations;  use geometry theorems in the process of solving physical problems;  find derivatives of power, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, taking into account the units of measurement of their physical quantities;  make integrals in the framework of solving the physical problem and carry out integration using the most appropriate method. The purpose of the discipline is to teach how to set and solve regional problems corresponding to the studied physical processes; the training course forms the ability to choose the method of solving the regional problem for further use in solving theoretical and applied problems; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: classification of partial differential equations of second order, formulation of boundary value problems for the equations of hyperbolic, elliptic and parabolic type, methods of solution of basic boundary value problems of mathematical physics related to the different types of equations (hyperbolic, parabolic and elliptical): method of propagating waves, the method of separation of variables, Physical interpretation of the boundary value problems, determination of special functions and tasks, which lead to them.

Mechanics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to form students' understanding of the concepts, laws and methods of classical and relativistic mechanics; to form the skills of building physical models, carrying out the simplest practical calculations and solving physical problems, as well as experimental work in the laboratory. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  explain and interpret the basic concepts and physical quantities from the course of mechanics;  use the basic laws and principles of mechanics, their logical content and mathematical expression;  explain the nature of the main mechanical phenomena;  analyze the possibility of representing the limits of applicability of physical models and hypotheses;  reasoned and reasonably represent the most important stages in the development of mechanics (and physics in general),  correctly correlate the content of specific tasks with the general laws of physics, effectively apply the laws of mechanics to solve specific problems in physics and on interdisciplinary boundaries with other fields of knowledge;  use basic physical instruments to measure mechanical quantities, set and solve the simplest experimental problems of mechanics, process, analyze and evaluate the results obtained;  to develop mathematical models of the simplest phenomena of mechanics and to use for the study of these models the mathematical apparatus available to him, including methods of computational mathematics. In studying the discipline, students will study the following aspects: - Space is time. - Kinematics of a material point and a solid. - The principle of relativity. - Dynamics of a material point. - Dynamics of a system of material points. - Work and energy. - Dynamics of a rigid body. Statics. - Movement in the presence of friction. - Non-inertial reference frames. - Movement in the gravitational field. - Collisions. - Elements of continuum mechanics. - Oscillations and waves.

Modern History of Kazakhstan
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of discipline: to give students objective historical knowledge of the main stages of the history of modern Kazakhstan; to direct students’ attention to the problems of the formation and development of statehood and historical and cultural processes; to explain students the essence of the fundamental problems of history; to teach them the scientific methods of historical knowledge; to form a scientific world outlook and citizenship among students. As a result of studying the discipline, the following abilities of students will be formed: - substantiate and explain the historical background and periods of the formation of an independent Kazakhstan statehood in the context of the world and Eurasian historical process; - conduct a critical-comparative and retrospective analysis of individual phenomena and events of the historical past with a common paradigm of the world-historical development of human society based on the new positions of modern Kazakhstan; - build and predict the immanent advantages, features, and significance of the Kazakhstan development model; - identify and evaluate the knowledge of analytical and axiological analysis in the study of complex historical processes, phenomena and the role of historical personalities in the history of modern Kazakhstan; - form own opinion of the students on the modernization of Kazakhstan society, acquire historical knowledge to determine the objectivity of events taking place in modern Kazakhstan and the world community. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Conceptual framework for the study of national history; the origins and continuity of the Kazakh statehood: antiquity, the Middle Ages and the new time; patterns of political, socio-economic and cultural development of the state; Kazakhstan on the way to the Independence: the stages of the formation of the idea of a national state. Civil and political confrontation; the implementation of the Soviet model of state construction; contradictions and consequences of Soviet reforms in Kazakhstan in the second half of the twentieth century; the policy of "perestroika" in Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan’s model of economic development; social modernization is the basis of the well-being of society; ethnic-demographic processes and the strengthening of interethnic harmony; social and political development prospects and spiritual modernization; the policy of forming a new historical consciousness and worldview of the people of the Great Steppe; Kazakhstan is a state-recognized by modern world; N.A. Nazarbayev is a person in history; the formation of a united future nation.

Modern History of Kazakhstan
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [РК1+MT1+РК2+ ГЭК] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of discipline: to give students objective historical knowledge of the main stages of the history of modern Kazakhstan; to direct students’ attention to the problems of the formation and development of statehood and historical and cultural processes; to explain students the essence of the fundamental problems of history; to teach them the scientific methods of historical knowledge; to form a scientific world outlook and citizenship among students. As a result of studying the discipline, the following abilities of students will be formed: - substantiate and explain the historical background and periods of the formation of an independent Kazakhstan statehood in the context of the world and Eurasian historical process; - conduct a critical-comparative and retrospective analysis of individual phenomena and events of the historical past with a common paradigm of the world-historical development of human society based on the new positions of modern Kazakhstan; - build and predict the immanent advantages, features, and significance of the Kazakhstan development model; - identify and evaluate the knowledge of analytical and axiological analysis in the study of complex historical processes, phenomena and the role of historical personalities in the history of modern Kazakhstan; - form own opinion of the students on the modernization of Kazakhstan society, acquire historical knowledge to determine the objectivity of events taking place in modern Kazakhstan and the world community. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Conceptual framework for the study of national history; the origins and continuity of the Kazakh statehood: antiquity, the Middle Ages and the new time; patterns of political, socio-economic and cultural development of the state; Kazakhstan on the way to the Independence: the stages of the formation of the idea of a national state. Civil and political confrontation; the implementation of the Soviet model of state construction; contradictions and consequences of Soviet reforms in Kazakhstan in the second half of the twentieth century; the policy of "perestroika" in Kazakhstan; Kazakhstan’s model of economic development; social modernization is the basis of the well-being of society; ethnic-demographic processes and the strengthening of interethnic harmony; social and political development prospects and spiritual modernization; the policy of forming a new historical consciousness and worldview of the people of the Great Steppe; Kazakhstan is a state-recognized by modern world; N.A. Nazarbayev is a person in history; the formation of a united future nation.

Molecular Physics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to present this section of the course as a physical theory based on the generalization of observations, experiment and practical experience, to reveal the specific features of the subject of research as a physical system of a large number of particles, to reveal the statistical nature of the laws of molecular physics. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  to reveal the physical mechanism of the studied phenomena;  to analyze the change of thermodynamic parameters in the processes;  apply the basic laws of molecular physics and thermodynamics in solving problems;  use the laws of molecular physics in research and study of the structure and properties of objects of nature at different levels of its organization;  correctly interpret the information obtained to make optimal decisions in the problems of heat power engineering;  apply basic concepts of mathematical statistics;  to solve the simplest problems in the field of no equilibrium thermodynamics and kinetics;  Possess the skills of drawing up thermodynamic equations.  to understand, Express and analyze the laws of physical processes in molecular physics, to use the theoretical foundations, foundations, laws and models;  draw conclusions based on experimental data;  use the language of physics correctly;  methods of physical measurements, methods of correct estimation of errors during the physical experiment In studying the discipline, students will study the following aspects: equilibrium macroparameters; equation of state of an ideal gas; isoparmetric processes; statistical method of describing molecular systems; Maxwell distribution; the first beginning of thermodynamics; the second beginning of thermodynamics; transport processes; real gases; liquids; solids; phase transitions.

Nuclear Physics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to acquaint with the main experimental studies and simulations of fundamental interactions in the microworld, the development and application of modern methods and means of recording radiation, analyzing and processing the results of experiments in the field of physics of elementary particles, atomic nuclei and space physics. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - be able to own the objective laws of the physical processes at the microscale; and the methods of registration of ionizing radiation; - be able to use measuring electronics operating according to different principles for registering nuclear radiation; also use radiation sources; also know the ways and means of measuring and quantifying radiation; - master the methods and skills of organizing a nuclear experiment; - acquire professional knowledge and methods taking into account the changing needs of the professional world market; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - microworld phenomena and basic conservation laws; - basic research methods in nuclear physics; - types of nuclear reactions and basic laws; - transmission of Light Laws, nuclear light detectors; - basic physical phenomena and their features, their control and methods of experimental research; - the main methods of determining the properties of atomic nuclei and elementary particles; - production of basic laws and their mathematical expressions; - subatomic phenomena, their important scientific and technical applications; - fundamental physical laws, theory and methods in modern and quantum physics;

Optics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose: to form a general idea of the basic laws and concepts of optics; to teach optical methods of research, to practice independently and to process data, to use mathematical methods in optics. Definition of optical phenomena in technical conditions. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  to know the laws of optics in their relationship with the whole range of laws of physics and the limits of their applicability;  be able to use the main optical devices, analyze the experimental data and make calculations of the characteristics of optical systems with their help;  be able to use in practice the principles and methods of solving scientific and technical problems;  possess the skills to apply the provisions of optical physics to the scientific analysis of situations with which the engineer has to deal with the creation of new technology and new technologies;  master the basic approaches to describe optical phenomena in nature and in solving modern and future technological problemsIn studying the discipline, students will study the following aspects: the phenomenon of refraction and refraction in nature. Basic concepts and definitions of geometric optics. The Rayleigh interferometer. Application of multi-beam interference. The concepts of polarization in optics. Optics of anisotropic media. Polarizing devices.

Philosophy
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation in students of a holistic system concept of philosophy as a special form of knowledge of the world, its main sections, problems and methods of studying them in the context of future professional activity. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - describe the main content of ontology and metaphysics in the context of the historical development of philosophy; - explain the specifics of the philosophical interpretation of reality; - to classify the methods of scientific and philosophical knowledge of the world; - to substantiate the role and importance of key worldview concepts as values of social and personal being of a person in the modern world; - to conduct research relevant to identifying the philosophical content of problems in the professional field and to present the results for discussion. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: The emergence and development of philosophy. The emergence of philosophy. The subject and method of philosophy. Historical types of philosophy. Fundamentals of philosophical understanding of the world. The problem of being. Ontology and metaphysics. Consciousness and language. Cognition and creativity. Scientific and extra-scientific knowledge. Science and technology Philosophy of man and the value world. Life and death. Meaning of life. Ethics. Philosophy of values. Freedom. Aesthetics. Perception and creation of beauty. Society and culture. Philosophy of history. "Mangilik El" and "Ruhani zhangyru" - the philosophy of the new Kazakhstan.

Physical Training
  • Number of credits - 8
  • Type of control - РК(с оценкой)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is to improve health, increase working capacity, maintain an active lifestyle, characterize the tasks and functions of physical culture. The training course forms the proper level of physical fitness, necessary for the development of professional skills in the process of learning at the university. Discipline is aimed at the positive influence of physical culture on professional activities and on a healthy lifestyle. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - to form students' knowledge of the theory, history and methods of physical culture; - to teach students practical skills and habits of various sports, modern and motor and recreational systems; - to form in the student a sustainable positive motivational-value relation to a healthy lifestyle; - develop a student's readiness for self-determination, self-improvement and self-development in the field of physical culture. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: understanding of the social role of physical culture in personal development and preparing bachelor for professional activities; knowledge of scientific, biological and practical bases of physical culture and healthy lifestyle.

Political Science
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim of discipline is to study the formation and functioning of politics, the preparation of students to participate in the political life of the country, the formation of an active civic position. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. describe the features of the organization and functioning of political institutions (institutions of representation and coordination of interests); 2. demonstrate an understanding of the mechanisms and principles of the functioning of political power, political institutions, internal, external, world politics and international relations; 3. demonstrate an understanding of the essence and laws of the functioning and development of politics, its role in various spheres of society’s life; 4. justify the interconnection of political systems and political regimes; 5. evaluate the degree of objectivity of political information from different sources, to give reasoning for expressing one’s civil position, to evaluate facts, events, phenomena on the basis of analysis of the political strategy and national interests of modern states; Purpose of the discipline: The academic discipline “Political science” forms knowledge of the laws and laws of world politics and modern political processes, explaining the essence and content of the policy of national states, on the basis of ensuring national security and the realization of national interests. The study of this discipline promotes an understanding of internal and external connections and relationships, main trends and patterns regularities, operating in different political systems, the elaborationof objective criteria for the social dimension of politics.

Psychology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying of the discipline is to provide scientifically grounded training of highly qualified specialists on the basis of studying the fundamental concepts of psychology management, creating the necessary prerequisites for theoretical understanding and practical application of the most important management problems related to the process of professional development within the chosen specialty. During the study of course, master students should be competent in: 1. to know basics of psychological science and practice necessary to improve the effectiveness of professional activities; 2. understand the psychological patterns and phenomena arising in professional and scientific-pedagogical activities; 3. to critically analyze life and professional situations from the point of view of psychology, to see the relationship between the behavior and results of individual and collective activities, resources development opportunities; 4. integrate psychological information into general knowledge and formulate judgments; 5. use psychological knowledge to make effective decisions, implement successful communication strategies in personal life and professional activities; effectively use psychological knowledge in order to develop own personality and team. This course will familiarize master degree students with scientific knowledge corresponding to the current level of development of psychological science and practice. The subject, branches, methods of psychology, patterns of development and functioning of mental processes, properties and states of personality, communication, basics of effective interaction and conflict overcoming, self-development and self-presentation will be examined, taking into account the professional and scientific-pedagogical activity of master degree students.

Quantum Mechanics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: To give to students deep understanding of regularities of a microcosm. The student has to receive a clear idea, about the physical nature of the phenomena submitting to quantum laws, to learn to interpret quantum processes from a materialistic position. The main attention should be paid to fundamental general and approximate methods the student knew limits of their applicability and was able to use effectively them in practice. During the study of course, students should be competent in: give the student the competence in the analytical and numerical treatment of non-relativistic quantum theory of microword; train skills in mathematical modeling of real world systems through idealizations and estimation, starting from fundamental physical principles; demonstrate ability in using methods of checking solutions, including dimensional analysis, working symbolically, and checking limiting cases. Explain the most important applications if nonrelativistic quantum mechanics: a harmonious ostsillyator, atom of hydrogen, tunnel effect, addition of the moments of number of movement, the statistician of particles, backs of particles, Pauli’s principle; choose both in an analytical form, and with use of computer technologies (modern COMPUTERS and the corresponding software products). During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: formalism of the wave function; solving the schrödinger equation for fundamental systems such as harmonic oscillator and hydrogen-like systems; interpretation of discrete and continuous States; formalism of the algebra of operators; conservation law; central-symmetric.

Relativistic Quantum Theory
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is to form knowledge of the principles of quantization of free fields; ability to build Feynman diagrams; the ability to find the amplitudes of the processes; the ability to calculate decay widths and cross sections for scattering processes. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  the knowledge of the principles of quantization of free fields;  the ability to build Feynman diagrams;  the ability to find the amplitudes of processes;  the ability to calculate the widths of decays and cross sections of processes Relativistic quantum theory is a generally accepted physical concept within which the properties of elementary particles and their interactions are described. The lecture course is an introduction to the theory of quantum fields. Within the framework of the course, students will get acquainted with the methods of quantizing free fields, the S-matrix description of interacting fields; Learn how to construct Feynman diagrams and calculate the widths of decays and cross sections of scattering processes. General requirements to the relativistic equations. Concept of covariance. Lorentz's transformation. Kleyna-Gordona-Foka equation. Difficulties in interpretation of density of probability. The decision for a nuclear field. Concept about the mesic theory of nuclear forces. Yukava's potential, Dirac's Equation. Conclusion for a free electron. Covariant form of the equation of Dirac. Switching ratios for them Density and probability current in Dirac's theory. Need of introduction a back in Dirac's theory.

Selected Chapters of Theoretical Physics
  • Number of credits - 5
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to ensure high efficiency of the educational process of mastering the basic materials of selected chapters of theoretical physics; to form in-depth knowledge about the current state of physics; to circumvent the studied theories of fundamental physical phenomena occurring in nature; to substantiate the actual problems of modern physics, to make it possible to find solutions to these problems; to be able to independently apply this knowledge in further research in the field of theoretical physics; During the study of course, students should be competent in:  mastering the physical meaning of the basic concepts, laws and provisions of the elaborated sections "Selected chapters of physics" for ;  to set the problem, purpose and task of the study, taking into account the specific physical conditions;  ability to formulate a hypothesis that takes into account the physical nature of the phenomenon under study;  to link the decision to reallife tasks specialty with the physical nature of the studied physical phenomena and finding the physically correct solution;  the mastery of the logic of the development of physics as a science about the real objects of nature; Discipline "special chapters of physics"" is a logical continuation of the discipline "Physics", and generates a holistic view of the course of General physics as one of the basic components of a General theory of podgotovitelno engineering profile. The material presented in lectures and workshops determines the content of the course.

Sociology
  • Number of credits - 2
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - SociologyThe purpose of teaching the discipline "General and Applied Sociology" is to form a systematic notion of students about sociology as a science, development of sociological theory and branches of sociology, to teach skills in the application of methods of sociological research and analysis of data in professional and daily life. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. to explain social interactions, phenomena and processes, social changes in the world on the basis of macro- and microsociological theories; 2. to interpret the basic sociological concepts and theories with the purpose of studying social processes; 3. to demonstrate the ability to find available sources of sociological information, generalize and analyze data; 4. to use methods of sociological research, be able to plan, organize and conduct mini-research on student projects; 5. to form skills in the analysis of texts and writing essays, discussions, effective work in a group, presentation of research results. The course presents general questions of theory and history of sociology, methodology and methods of sociological research, special sociological theories. This course is aimed at shaping the sociological imagination of students, basic ideas about the subject and methods of sociological research, topical problems and sociology branches. It offers students the main concepts of sociological theory and effective technologies for studying various spheres of modern society.

Theoretical mechanics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is to give students a deep understanding of the basic laws of mechanical movement of the mechanical systems under study, to master the theoretical methods of studying relevant phenomena, processes, to teach students to independently apply their knowledge to applied problems. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  apply the general laws of mechanical movement and particular cases of the impact of force systems;  translate specific tasks into their corresponding mathematical models;  master the basic laws, theorems and principles of theoretical mechanics;  use patterns to solve practical problems;  demonstrate the experience of using basic methods for solving specific tasks on the balance and movement of mechanical systems. Theoretical and applied mechanics studies the General laws of mechanical-mechanical motion and interaction, which are common to any material bodies. In this regard, mechanical movements of their supposed simple models are considered here instead of complex structures of physical bodies. For models of material bodies in theoretical mechanics, a material point, a mechanical system of a material point, an absolute solid body is taken. In theoretical mechanics, the equilibrium of material bodies is also considered, since the state of rest of the body is an independent type of mechanical movement.

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
  • Number of credits - 6
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is to consider the main experimental regularities of thermodynamic phenomena, the statistical methods describe the properties of matter, the structure and the mathematical form of the basic equations of statistical physics and thermodynamics, and in particular their use in the description of the various phenomena; to Consider the major methods of experimental and theoretical studies of the thermodynamic phenomena, the use of thermodynamic phenomena in modern technologies; to give students deep and solid knowledge and clear understanding of fundamental thermodynamic and statistical laws of physics of macroscopic systems. During the study of course, students should be competent in: -to know the basic concepts and fundamental laws of thermodynamics and statistical physics of equilibrium macroscopic systems. -master the methods of setting and solving problems used in thermodynamics and statistical physics. -to have a clear idea of the nature of the problems for which the application of the laws of thermodynamics and statistical physics is necessary. -be able to perform numerical calculations of various thermodynamic parameters of macroscopic systems in analytical form. To present the basic laws of thermodynamics of equilibrium processes, the thermodynamic properties of macroscopic systems, the main experimental regularities underlying the laws of thermodynamics, statistical methods for describing classical and quantum macroscopic systems, the connection between the laws of thermodynamics and statistical methods of description, and the formation of knowledge and skills among students , Allowing to simulate thermodynamic phenomena and to carry out numerical calculations of the corresponding physical quantities.

Data for 2017-2020 years

disciplines

Al-Farabi and Modernity
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline is the formation of students' ideas about the scientific and philosophical heritage of the great Turkic thinker Abu Nasr al-Farabi in the context of the development of world and national culture. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The discipline is devoted to the presentation of the basic philosophical and scientific views of Abu Nasr al-Farabi. In the course of studying the course, the peculiarities of al-Farabi's philosophy and its significance for the present are considered, the question of the essence of the scientific and innovative project «Al Farabi university smart city» and its role in the formation of a smart society in Kazakhstan is touched upon. When studying the discipline, the following topics will be considered: the life and work of al-Farabi, the attitude of al-Farabi to religion, the teaching about the knowledge of al-Farabi, the logic of al-Farabi, the doctrine of the being of al-Farabi, the philosophy of Al- Farabi, the natural philosophy of al- Farabi and modern science, the philosophy of the art of al-Farabi, social and ethical views of al-Farabi, a virtuous city as a model of Al-Farabi university Smart-city.

An introduction to quantum field theory
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of studying of discipline: familiarization with the basic ideas and methods of quantum field theory used in elementary particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmic ray physics and form the basis of a theoretical description of a wide range of physical phenomena. In the course of studying the course to form master students' abilities: - understand the underlying principles, concepts and hypotheses underlying the description of quantum-field systems; - use the methods of quantum field theory; - describe the main physical phenomena; - determine the principles of quantization of fields. - calculate decay widths and cross sections for scattering processes; During the study of the discipline master students will learn following aspects: Representation of occupation numbers. Canonical quantization. Representation Of Heisenberg. Relativistic scheme of field quantization.Permutation relations. Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein quantization.Quantization of fields with integer spin. Quantization of the electromagnetic field. Quantization of the Dirac field.

Basic of Electronics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of of discipline: to provide basic training in electrical engineering and electronics, necessary for the operation of existing and development of new efficient electrical and electronic systems, automation devices, transmission technology, reproduction and replication of information. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - basic information about the static characteristics and parameters of various electronic devices and their computer research on electrical models; - general information about the propagation of radio waves; principle of propagation of signals in communication lines; information about fiber-optic lines; digital methods of information transfer; - general information about the circuitry element base; logical elements and logical design in chip bases; functional units; - storage devices; digital-analog and analog-digital converters. When studying a discipline, students will study the following aspects: Electric current and voltage; Ideal elements; Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Laws; Vector diagrams; Resistors; Capacitors; Diodes; Transistors; ICs; Elements of optoelectronics; Decoders; Encryptors; Multiplexers; Demultiplexers; Digital comparators; Adders; Triggers; Registers; Counters; Sinusoidal current and voltage; Resonance in circuits with serial and parallel connection of R, L, C; Power circuit sinusoidal current;

Basics of Implementation Experiments in Nuclear Physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to acquaint with the main experimental studies and simulations of fundamental interactions in the microworld, the development and application of modern methods and means of recording radiation, analyzing and processing the results of experiments in the field of physics of elementary particles, atomic nuclei and space physics. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - know the currently known laws, the laws, systematics, effects and phenomena in nuclear physics; - to formulate methods for the optimal organization of experimentation in the study of objects of very different physical nature; - apply the methods and techniques of experiment planning theory; - be able to solve many practically important research tasks with the lowest cost; - apply the construction of experimental data of mathematical models of objects and phenomena; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - optimization options - decomposition of the response function in a power series, coding factors. - orthogonal experiment design. - the simplest ways to build a generalized response - conduct a scientific study, a description of the results and regulations.

Basics of plasma electrodynamics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of the discipline: to study the main electrodynamic processes and features of their occurrence in a dense high-temperature plasma; to give an idea of the limits of applicability of the physical models and hypotheses used. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - demonstrate an understanding of the basic laws and physical models of plasma, the limits of their applicability and mathematical methods for describing plasma physics; - to abstract from the insignificant when modeling physical processes in a plasma, to correctly take into account the contribution of the main processes of ionization and loss of charged particles; - to build qualitative and quantitative models of objects and processes occurring in nature or studied in the laboratory using the mathematical formulation of the laws of plasma physics; - classify physical, chemical and mathematical methods for the study of objects, phenomena and processes for applied and basic research in plasma physics; - to conduct analytical and numerical calculations for the study of plasma physics; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects:electromagnetic field equation, material equation, wave processes in a plasma, dielectric properties of a plasma, Fourier transform and its properties.

Computational physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is studying of methods of use of numerical methods and modern computer technologies for the decision in symbolical and numerical forms of mathematical tasks. During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1. to apply numerical methods and mathematical modeling of physical processes; 2. to understand the general structures and key elements of a course of computing physics and their communication with nuclear physics; 3. to build and choose mathematical model, describing the corresponding physical task; 4. to analyze a difficult situation and to propose solutions of its problems with use of the computing tools provided by a course. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Computer modeling in physics: ways, receptions, methods. Program implementation of the numerical analysis: review of the main packages and software. Use of information technologies in physics. Realization of analytical calculations in computing packages.

Computer Modeling in General Relativity
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to use computers in the solution and simulation of problems of general relativity (GR) as a powerful tool. During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1. be able to demonstrate the knowledge gained in computer modeling in general relativity and their understanding; 2. have an understanding on the basic concepts and areas of application of general relativity for computer modeling and solving the problems of general relativity; 3. demonstrate an understanding of the basic principles, laws, mathematical apparatus and methods of computer modeling, numerical and analytical solution of the problems of general relativity; 4. apply the obtained knowledge in the simulation, numerical and analytical solutions of problems of general relativity; 5. demonstrate an understanding of the overall structure of the study field and the relations between its elements; 6. use methods (research, calculation, analysis, etc.) inherent to the field of study individually or in a group teaching and research activities; 7. synthesize, interpret and evaluate the learning outcomes in the context of discipline and educational modules; 8. be able to analyze the results obtained in the framework of the module. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: simulation, numerical and analytical problem solving in general relativity on the basis of the fundamental knowledge on the notions of general relativity, its mathematical apparatus, laws, principles and equations.

Computer Modeling in Thermal Physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: the formation of students' ideas about complex scientific research in thermal physics, performed using a variety of experimental and computational tools, the formation of professional competencies in the field of 3D modeling of thermophysical tasks and methods of their research, ideas about the place and role of organizing the experiment, opportunities for using his methods in theory and practice. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: To know the main classification features of experiments, the main elements of a scientific and technical experiment, the techniques for choosing the main factors of an experiment and the technology for constructing factor plans, the theory of the main sections of statistical analysis: elements of the theory of errors, correlation analysis. To be able to carry out experiments, select the necessary factors and draw up factorial plans for experiments of various types, make point estimates of the parameters of the regression model, practically solve typical problems of statistical data processing, and perform a small amount of calculations. Possess: methods of formulation and implementation of the tasks of processing experimental data, methods for selecting the main factors of an experiment and building factor plans, methods for selecting empirical dependencies for experimental data, methods for evaluating coefficients of a regression model of an experiment. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: Basic concepts of systems modeling theory. Mathematical processing of experimental results. General technology of computational experiment. Modern means of computing used in the conduct of renewable energy. Models of the organization of complex research. Tools computational experiment. Perspective directions of the use of computational experiment in the information society.

Computer Modeling of Physical Processes
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline Formation of students with basic knowledge of programming, programming algorithms, as well as debugging and optimization of written code. As a result of studying the discipline the undergraduate will be able to: - demonstrate understanding of the syntax and semantics, data types, basic constructions of the programming language being studied, stages of solving a problem on a computer, fundamentals of the theory of errors and approximations, basic numerical methods of algebra; - solve numerically algebraic and transcendental equations, applying for this the corollaries of the contraction mapping theorem; systems of linear and nonlinear equations - use the basic concepts of the theory of mean square approximations for constructing the element of best approximation (in the integral and discrete variants); - apply the formulas of numerical differentiation and integration and evaluate the resulting error; methods for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations and mathematical physics; - implement the constructed algorithms in the form of programs in a specific programming language In studying the discipline, the following aspects will be considered: The role of ICT in key sectors of society. Standards in ICT. Introduction to computer systems. Architecture of computer systems. Software. Operating system. Human-computer interaction. Database system. Data analysis. Data management. Networks and telecommunications. Cybersecurity. Internet technology. Cloud and mobile technologies. Multimedia technologies. Smart technology. E-business. E-learning. E-government. Information technologies in the professional sphere. Industrial ICT. ICT development prospects.

Computer simulation in plasma physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: to form an idea of the basic numerical methods of mathematical modeling of processes in a plasma, their advantages and disadvantages, to form the ability to solve problems of plasma physics by numerical methods. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - demonstrate an understanding of the basic laws and physical models of plasma, the limits of their applicability and mathematical methods for describing plasma physics; - to abstract from the insignificant when modeling physical processes in a plasma, to correctly take into account the contribution of the main processes of ionization and loss of charged particles; - to build qualitative and quantitative models of objects and processes occurring in nature or studied in the laboratory using the mathematical formulation of the laws of plasma physics; - to classify mathematical methods for the study of objects, phenomena, and processes for applied and fundamental research of plasma physics; - carry out analytical and numerical calculations for the study of plasma physics; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects:numerical methods, molecular dynamics method, Monte-Carlo method, particle-in-cell method and density functional theory

Condensed matter physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: students mastering the basic concepts and knowledge in the field of physics of condensed matter, crystal lattices, phonons and electrons, their dispersion laws, the solid structure of the band, the concepts of Brillouin zones for elementary excitations. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - describe modern theoretical and experimental approaches in the physics of condensed matter; - calculate phonon parameters, such as heat capacity, average energy, probability of phonon excitation; -conduct calculations related to the main methods for calculating the parameters of phonons in crystals have experience of activity; - perform the simplest physical calculations and the preparation of scientific communications. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Brillouin zones; Debye models; wave vector; hybridization of orbitals; crystal lattices; Anharmonicity of vibrations; dipole moments of molecules; magnetic properties of molecules; Wigner-Seitz cell; zero oscillations; phonons; standing waves; traveling waves; Debye temperature; Fermi energy and momentum; band structure of a solid.

Convective Transfer of Viscous Fluid
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to acquaint students with the fundamentals of continuum mechanics, with methods for calculating currents in the boundary layer formed by longitudinal flow past a plate and in jets of different geometry, with methods for calculating currents, to give an idea of the role and importance of viscous fluid mechanics in describing heat and mass transfer processes in such sections of science, as thermal power engineering and ecology During the study of course, students should be competent in: - describing of hydrodynamic processes and the processes of energy and mass transfer using differential equations; - solving differential equations of the fluid and gas mechanics and convective transfer in relation to the specific objectives; - analyzing the results and presenting them in the form of dependency criteria; - planning the process of solving scientific and technical problems; - working with modern modeling software. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: The ideal and viscous fluid. Viscosity. Laminar and turbulent flow. Continuity of the medium. Compressibility of the medium. The law of conservation of substance. Navier-Stokes equations. Energy equation. The law of conservation of energy in differential form. Laminated currents. Poiseuille flow. Couette flow. Boundary layer

Detectors of the nuclear radiation
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to give an idea of modern methods of experimental nuclear physics, knowledge of the principles of operation of particle and radiation detectors, skills of work with particle detectors and recording equipment. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - types and characteristics of detectors for high-energy radiations, how they work and how they are used; - characteristics and use of nuclear detectors and the calculation of their properties (efficiency, energy resolution, temporal resolution, resolution of the impulse pair, dead time); - compare the properties of different detectors and select the detector that is most suitable for this application; - describe qualitatively and quantitatively the measurement result of a certain radiation with a specific radiation detector system; - explore the skills and perform independent research work (thesis) in the field of nuclear physics and nuclear physics and elementary particles; - explain the mechanism of nuclear physics processes; - - draw up reports, which are briefly described laboratory experiments, to present and analyze the results, including experimental, computational and propagating uncertainty, and draw conclusions based on the results and make oral presentations to the class. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - main types and characteristics of detectors; - nuclear-physical processes; - radiation of substances; - properties and application of detectors; - energy resolution of detectors; - resolution by impulse pair of cameras; - laboratory experiments.

Ecology and Human Life Safety
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of the discipline: to form knowledge about the patterns of interaction of living organisms with the environment, the functioning of the biosphere, the fundamentals of ensuring human life security from harmful, damaging factors of a natural, man-made and social nature, methods of protection against hazards, measures to eliminate the consequences of accidents, catastrophes, natural disasters, environmental protection and environmental management. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - justify the dangerous and harmful factors of the human environment; - to analyze the conditions for maintaining ecological balance and ensuring environmental safety of the environment; - assess ways to reduce human impact, leading to climate change and the destruction of the ozone layer of the earth, the preservation of biodiversity and the prevention of desertification and land degradation; - organize rescue operations in emergency situations of various kinds; - use legislative and legal frameworks in the field of safety and environmental protection in practice; - predict emergencies and their consequences, make a decision on the choice of the main methods, means and methods of individual and collective protection in emergency situations. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: global modern environmental problems, causes, stages of their formation and consequences, sustainable development of nature and society, international cooperation in the field of environmental protection. its role in preventing the ecological crisis and ensuring the sustainable development of mankind

Entrepreneurship
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: is the formation of students' view about innovation in entrepreneurial activity, the main types of innovation, problems and methods of developing innovative projects in the context of future professional activity. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: the main types of entrepreneurial activity and innovations, the difference between business and entrepreneurship, the basic theories of entrepreneurship, the rules for developing a business idea; rules for developing a business plan, the main phases of innovation; the basic subjects of innovative and enterprise activity.

Fundamentals of Nanotechnology
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The aim of this course is to introduce students to nanotechnology and nanoscience. At the end of the course, the students should be able to: - remember important concepts in nanotechnology; - explain size dependent properties of nanomaterials; - сlassify nanomaterials by geometrical shape and quantum confinement phenomena; - identify the best method to research of nanomaterials; - orally present the research results. Nanotechnology is an important branch of the modern solid state physics and materials science as it provides the opportunity to create new material with novel properties for a wide range of applications. The course “Fundamentals of Nanotechnology” represents a brief introduction to advanced nanomaterials, properties and technologies of production by focusing on the latest scientific developments and discoveries in the field of nanotechnology. The lectures include such topics as size-dependent properties of nanostructures, types of nanomaterials and their characterization techniques like electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), scanning probe microscopy (AFM, STM).

General Relativity
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to classify the base of General relativity, to interpret the basic idea underlying the theory of gravity; to form the skills of using the fundamental laws, its Genesis and the main theoretical aspects, including General and special mathematical methods; to study the equations of the gravitational field of Einstein; approximate equations of the gravitational field; the solution of the Schwarzschild problem. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  to acquaint with the modern general theory of relativity (GTR);  to teach how to solve problems that are solved in astronomy by methods of general relativity;  to concretize the acquired knowledge in the field of the theory of the relativistic gravitational field;  to make an illustration of the application of methods of general relativity in solving problems;  to reduce observations in astronomy and solve problems in astrophysics;  to be able to apply methods of general relativity in the interpretation of observations;  to analyze and solve problems that require the use of methods of general relativity. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: Basic knowledge of the general theory of relativity (GTR), the application of the theory of relativity in astronomy. Within the framework of the course, students will get acquainted with the basic phenomena and concepts of relativistic physics: equations of motion in general relativity, field equations of general relativity, and also the Doppler effect, delay of light rays in the gravitational field, gravitational lens effect and relativistic reductions in astronomical observations. Two exact solutions of the field equations in general relativity will be considered: the Schwarzschild metric and the Friedmann metric, as well as their application in astronomy.

Introduction to Physics of Nuclear Reactors
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: teaching to implement computer methods and functions for solving engineering and scientific tasks in nuclear physics and experimental high-energy physics. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to find the correct correlation of the fundamental laws of nuclear physics and individual calculations and to use them to solve physics and other branches of science in the field of physics; - work on nuclear reactors and nuclear power engineering devices, setting and solving physical experiments; - to understand the principles and laws of nuclear physics for solving the problems of their specialty. - to analyze basic concepts and laws of physics; - applying problem-solving, physics problems, using physical methods to solve professional problems During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - Combustion reaction. Calculation of energy of atomic interconnection. - Ionization, photo effect, spectrum of output, energy value - Calculating the distribution of the atomic mass of cracks. - Neutron. The probability of the neutron effect. - Active area. Homogeneous, heterogeneous zones

Introduction to plasma physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: to form students' understanding of the fundamental properties of the plasma state of matter, of the basic physical models and the limits of their applicability, to master the technique of mathematical description of processes in plasma During the study of course, students should be competent in: - demonstrate an understanding of the basic laws and physical models of plasma, the limits of their applicability and mathematical methods for describing plasma physics; - to abstract from the insignificant when modeling physical processes in a plasma, to correctly take into account the contribution of the main processes of ionization and loss of charged particles; - To build qualitative and quantitative models of objects and processes occurring in nature or studied in the laboratory using the mathematical formulation of the laws of plasma physics; - Classify physical, chemical and mathematical methods for the study of objects, phenomena and processes for applied and basic research in plasma physics; - To conduct laboratory experiments, analytical and numerical calculations for the study of plasma physics; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects:physical models and mathematical methods for plasma description; hydrodynamic and kinetic description of plasma; waves in plasma, their classification and propagation conditions.

Kinematics of elementary processes
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: is familiarity with the basic mathematical relations which are used to describe and analyze the kinematics of nuclear reactions and elementary particles; to provide step-by-step introduction to this subject, one that covers all the key concepts that are needed to understand the elementary particles kinematics, and some of its proposed extensions. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - demonstrate acquired knowledge in field of kinematics of nuclear reactions and it’s understanding; - analyze an understanding of the overall structure of the study field and the relations between its elements (bosons, fermions, various transformation properties of particles’ wave functions, etc.); - include new knowledge in the context of basic knowledge, interpret its contents; - interpret educational situation and offer direction to solve it; - use methods (research, calculation, analysis, etc.) inherent to the field of study the course of “Kinematics of nuclear reactions” individually or in a group teaching and research activities; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - The main stages of the development of nuclear physics and elementary particles. - The scale of the phenomena of the microworld. - General properties of atomic nuclei. - The nucleus as a system of interacting protons and neutrons. - Energy communication core. The binding energy of the nucleon. - Stable and radioactive nuclei. - The main causes of the instability of atomic nuclei.

Legal Bases of Corruption Control
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: To form the ability to analyze the activities of public authorities, political and public organizations in the field of combating corruption. Give objective knowledge about the problems of corruption in modern society. To direct students' attention to the problems of the formation of anti-corruption culture. Explain the basic provisions of anti-corruption legislation to students. Familiarize them with the content of the national anti-corruption plan. To teach them how to overcome corruption. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to substantiate and explain the anti-corruption policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, - to determine the forms and methods of manifestation of corruption in various spheres of life, - to operate with legal concepts and categories related to the legal regulation of anti-corruption activities, - assess corruption-related situations for the formation of standards of behavior in accordance with legal and moral and ethical norms, - perform anti-corruption behavior, - form a legal anti-corruption thinking and consciousness. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: the regulatory framework for countering corruption as the main regulator of anti-corruption policy reveals the concept and essence of corruption, defines the legal framework for countering corruption, standards of anti-corruption behavior. Applied discipline has interdisciplinary connections with criminal, criminal procedure, civil and administrative law.

Lexicology
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: formation of students' holistic view of the specifics of the educational process: logic, patterns, principles, mechanisms of the learning process; modern educational technologies; theoretical readiness to implement learning activities. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - substantiate the content of the main issues relating to the essence of the learning process, patterns and principles of learning; - to determine the fundamental basis for classifications of methods, forms and means of learning, the specific features of various teaching methods, means and forms of learning; - organize educational, educational, organizational and managerial activities; - develop students' ability to reflect, analyze, organize their pedagogical activities and cooperation with other subjects of the educational process. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The main historical stages of development of education; Theoretical and methodological foundations of pedagogy; Modern Educational space; Structure and logic of scientific and pedagogical research; Methodological problems of pedagogy; Principles and methods of pedagogical research; Types of training and their characteristics .; Laws and regularities of the learning process; Principles and learning content; Structural elements of learning; Sources of pedagogical goals in education; Formation and development of didactic systems; Traditional and innovative approaches to education; The concept of forms of learning and organization of the educational process; The main trends in the improvement of the education system in world practice.

Methods of Teaching Physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: formation of students' professional, pedagogical knowledge and skills required for solving educational and pedagogical problems of teaching physics in secondary educational institutions. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - substantiate the content, methods and forms of organization of educational activities in physics lessons in high schools; - to form didactic features of various types of training; questions of private methods of physics course; - to make thematic, calendar curricula, lesson plan, taking into account ideological, developmental and educational tasks in accordance with the principles of teaching physics; - plan and conduct different types of lessons and extracurricular classes in physics. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: Goals and objectives of teaching physics; Content and possible ways to build a physics course; Methods of teaching physics; Planning the work of the teacher. Forms of organization of the educational process in physics; Classification of problems in physics and methods for solving them; The study of models, physical concepts and phenomena in the course of physics of primary and secondary schools; Methods of studying mechanics; Methods of studying molecular physics; Methods of studying electrodynamics; The study of quantum physics; Methods of studying the atomic nucleus and particles; Formation of experimental skills in students; Technology of training students in solving physical problems; Traditional and problematic teaching physics.

Modern Problems of Thermal Physics and Energy-Saving Technologies
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: During the study of course, students should be competent in: familiarity with the current state of Thermophysics and energy-saving technologies and ways of their development In the study of the discipline, students will study the following aspects: problems of development of thermal physics and energy, energy conservation and energy efficiency, rational use, the state and prospects of development of renewable energy sources;

Nuclear Safety
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: introduce the basic nuclear physics principles and design of nuclear energy and reactor support equipment and industry; with basic radioecological concepts, laws and contemporary problems in the field of ensuring the radiation safety of the population to protect their health from the harmful effects of radiation; During the study of course, students should be competent in: - laws, regularities, systematics, effects and phenomena in the field of applied science in the construction of the core of nuclear reactors; in the field of industrial science - concrete examples of the introduction of powerful nuclear power plants. - basic sanitary and epidemiological standards of radiation safety for both staff and the public. - skills during speeches at scientific conferences and seminars on the physical understanding of the results obtained in the framework of the application of sanitary and epidemiological norms. - skills of collecting, analyzing and systematizing experimental, theoretical and legal and regulatory laws and data for analyzing the radiation situation and the use of nuclear and physical technologies in industry and agriculture. - medical standards for the use of radiation diagnosis and radiation therapy, especially with regard to therapy with inhaled radon and radon baths. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - patterns and phenomena in the field of nuclear safety; - collection, analysis and systematization of experimental data; - storage and disposal of nuclear waste; - basic reactive substances; - mining and production of nuclear fuel.

Numerical methods in physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: Formation of students with basic knowledge of approximate numerical methods of calculation, the ability to carry out mathematical calculations on physics on a computer, as well as, visualization and analysis of the results. As a result of studying the discipline the undergraduate will be able to: - demonstrate understanding of the syntax and semantics, data types, basic constructions of the programming language being studied, stages of solving a problem on a computer, fundamentals of the theory of errors and approximations, basic numerical methods of algebra; - solve numerically algebraic and transcendental equations, applying for this the corollaries of the contraction mapping theorem; systems of linear and nonlinear equations - use the basic concepts of the theory of mean square approximations for constructing the element of best approximation (in the integral and discrete variants); - apply the formulas of numerical differentiation and integration and evaluate the resulting error; methods for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations and mathematical physics; - implement the constructed algorithms in the form of programs in a specific programming language In studying the discipline, the following aspects will be considered: The role of ICT in key sectors of social development. ICT standards. Introduction to computer systems. Computer systems architecture. Software. Operating Systems. Human-computer interaction. Database systems Data analysis. Data management. Networks and telecommunications. Cybersecurity Internet technologies. Cloud and mobile technologies. Multimedia technology. Smart technology. E-business. E-learning. E-government. Information technology in the professional field. Industrial ICT. ICT development prospects.

Numerical Methods in Theoretical Physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: to form the most common methods of approximate calculations, to apply practical skills of using numerical methods; to form various tasks from the sections of theoretical physics: mechanics, electrodynamics, mathematical physics, quantum mechanics, etc.; During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1. Students should demonstrate proficiency in mathematics and the mathematical concepts needed for proper understanding for practical use Math lab programing complex, Monte Carlo programing tecnique, Free FM++ programing complex 2. Students should demonstrate skill of computer calculations of selected topics from quantum mechanics, , electromagnetism, quantum electrodynamics, and statistical physics connected with Math lab programing complex, Monte Carlo programing tecnique,Free FM++ programing complex, and be able to apply this knowledge to analyze a broad range of physical phenomena. 3. Students should be capable for research scientific communication connected with Math lab programing complex, Monte Carlo programing tecnique,Free FM++ programing complex, and will prove that they can think critically and work independently in this direction of physics During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: To learn how demonstrate a rigorous understanding of the core theories and principles of Math lab programing complex,Monte Carlo programing tecnique<Free FM++ programing complex, which include profound internal connection with some practical evaluations of standard problems in quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics. To be taught how apply critical reasoning skills to model and solve related calculation problems in High Energy Physics on basis of Math lab programing complex, Monte Carlo programing tecnique<Free FM++ programing complex To be able to demonstrate proficiency in the collection, analysis and interpretation of Math lab programing complex,Monte Carlo programing tecnique<Free FM++ programing complex data out. To have skill to communicate with scientific information in contemporary computational technique connected with Math lab programing complex, Monte Carlo programing tecnique<Free FM++ programing complex 1. Math lab programing complex nuclear explosion 2. Monte Carlo programing complex in Neutrino physics 3. Free FM++ programing complex in calculation of quantitative comparing of theory and experiments for scattering and disintegration processes.

Pedagogy
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The purpose of the discipline: form students' understanding of pedagogy as a science, form the ability to analyze and solve pedagogical problems and problems. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - explain the purpose, tasks, functions, content, methods, forms, means of training and education in the context of the holistic pedagogical process; - analyze specific pedagogical situations, based on ideas about the theoretical foundations of the pedagogical process; - apply the knowledge gained about pedagogical activity when analyzing situations of pedagogical interaction; - to demonstrate their creative potential in psychological and educational activities.

Physical electronics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: When studying this discipline, the foundations of knowledge are laid, which enable skillfully to use modern element base of electronics, to understand the trends and prospects of its development and practical use, to acquire skills for calculating the modes of active devices in electronic circuits, to experimentally study their characteristics and parameters. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - describe modern methods of modeling and experimental research of active devices and basic cells of radio engineering circuits and devices based on them; - experimentally determine the main characteristics and parameters of widely used active devices, calculate the typical modes of operation of the studied devices in radio circuits and devices; -conduct calculations associated with active devices for the construction of base cells radio circuits and devices, apply active device models when analyzing the behavior of the base cells; When studying the discipline, students will study the following aspects: Zonal theory of solids and statistics of charge carriers; Electrical conductivity of semiconductors; The effect of impurities on the process of electrical conductivity; Carrier generation and recombination in semiconductors; Diffusion and carrier drift in semiconductors; WAH real diodes; Types of semiconductor diodes: rectifying, pulsed, varicaps, zener diodes, inverted, tunneling; The structure and principle of operation of a bipolar transistor; Model Ebers - Mall; Metals, dielectrics, semiconductors under the action of external electric fields; principle of operation of MOS transistors; Schottky barrier field effect transistors (PTSH); Photodiodes; Phototransistors; Optocouplers; Three-electrode lamp (triode); Heterojunctions.

Physics of dielectrics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The aim of the course is to explain students the basic properties and applications of various dielectric materials. At the end of the course, the students should be able to: - describe the electric characteristics of dielectric materials such as dielectric constant, permeability, electric breakdown; - describe the fundamental physical mechanism of polarization processes; - analyze the nonlinear effects in active dielectrics; - analyze mechanisms of electrical conductivity in various types of dielectrics; - determine estimates of the electrical breakdown voltage This course covers general properties of dielectric materials which are used as insulator of electric current, smart materials and etc. The course will provide the students with depth understanding of the principles and applications of various dielectric materials.

Physics of Elementary Processes in Plasma
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: to form an idea of the physics of elementary processes in a plasma, of the existing laws, to teach the theoretical and theoretical methods of studying collisional processes. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - demonstrate an understanding of the basic laws and physical models of plasma, the limits of their applicability and mathematical methods for describing plasma physics; - to abstract from the insignificant when modeling physical processes in a plasma, to correctly take into account the contribution of the main processes of ionization and loss of charged particles; - to build qualitative and quantitative models of objects and processes occurring in nature or studied in the laboratory using the mathematical formulation of the laws of plasma physics; - classify physical, chemical and mathematical methods for the study of objects, phenomena and processes for applied and basic research in plasma physics; - to conduct analytical and numerical calculations for the study of plasma physics; During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: characteristics of elastic and inelastic collisions of plasma particles of complex composition, methods of their calculation, as well as their influence on the plasma composition, transport, optical and other properties of the plasma

Physics of metals and alloys
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: the basic training of students in the field of improving and consolidating knowledge and skills to correctly use various metal materials and alloys in specific conditions; creation of new materials and production of products, modern technologies for processing materials and nanotechnologies, competitive in the world market. As practical lessons seminar and home tasks on scientific researchers are offered, accomplished in the Department of Solid State Physics and Nonlinear Physics, National nanotechnologies’ laboratory, Engineering profile laboratory. The project-oriented approach is used in the course, when the tasks are given to the whole cluster, however in most occasions a student gets individual work volume (personal-orientated approach). As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: - understand and use knowledge on materials science and related sciences for performing tasks of different levels of complexity; - conduct research on the chemical and phase composition, structure and properties of metal materials; - create new materials (metal and superhard materials, alloys) with predetermined technological and functional properties; - to generalize and systematize scientific information, to receive new scientific facts in the field of materials science and metallurgy; - work in international or international scientific teams. Purpose of the discipline: The course "Physics of мetals and alloys" includes basic knowledge of structures and materials with unique properties for extreme operating conditions: adaptive, intelligent, dimensionally stable, ultra-light, noise-damping, self-diagnosing, nanostructured, frame-armored, fireproof, heat resistant. There will be considered the following topics during the study: Crystalline lattice. Diffraction research techniques. Characteristics of metallic crystal cells; indexing of a diffraction patter; density calculation. Мethods of structural analysis of metals and alloys: X-ray diffraction. Methods of structural analysis of metals and alloys: optical microscopy. Mechanical properties of metallic materials and mechanical tests techniques. Substructural strengthening. Peculiarities of plastic flow. Failure mechanisms in metallic materials. Binary phase diagrams of metallic alloys. Kinetics of phase transformations and transformation diagrams. Influence of irradiation on structure and properties of metallic materials. Research techniques and activity in the laboratory of radiation material science in the INP. Corrosion and degradation of metallic materials. Electric properties of metallic material. Methods of magnetic properties measurements.

Physics of semiconductors
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The aim of the course: to study the physical properties of a number of basic semiconductor materials and the principle of operation, the main characteristics and parameters and applications of electronic devices based on these materials, to analyze physical phenomena in semiconductor materials and formulate competent conclusions on the application of these properties in solid state electronics. As a result of studying the discipline, the student will be able to: 1. know the physical properties of a number of basic semiconductor materials, as well as the principle of operation, the main characteristics and parameters and applications of electronic devices and structures based on these materials; 2. understand approaches and methods to manage parameters and characteristics of semiconductor devices; 3. apply the knowledge gained in the development of semiconductor materials with new functional properties; 4. analyze physical phenomena in semiconductor materials and structures and formulate competent conclusions on the application of these properties in semiconductor electronics; 5. competently navigate the problematic issues in this field of materials science. Discipline assignment. The content of the discipline "Physics of semiconductors" covers a range of issues related to the properties of semiconductor materials and the physical phenomena occurring in them. The course describes the fundamentals of the solids band theory; electronic states associated with impurities and defects. The statistics of electrons and holes in semiconductors are described in detail contact phenomena in semiconductors, metal-semiconductor and electron-hole junction. In the study of the discipline will consider the following aspects: History of development of semiconductor materials. Peculiarity of electronic properties in semiconductor. Types of chemical bonds in semiconductors. The concepts of conduction and valence bands. Structural defects in semiconductor. Band theory. Energy diagram of semiconductor materials. Diffusion and drift processes of nonequilibrium charge carriers in semiconductors. Physics of semiconductor structures. Barriers and contacts. Metal-semiconductor contact. Homo- and heterojunctions. Electron-hole junction. Physicochemical basis of basic technological processes of semiconductor electronics. Lithography. Planar technology. Principles of operation and characteristics of semiconductor diodes, bipolar transistors, thyristors, MIS transistors, Field-effect transistors with control transition, semiconductor emitters and photodetectors, semiconductor sensors, sensor devices and converters.

Plasma technology in thermal power engineering
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: the formation of basic knowledge and a set of skills necessary to solve problems in the field of ion-plasma processing of coal in thermal power engineering, to acquaint students with the physical fundamentals of radiation and plasma technologies for processing coal particles, to form the basis of the physics of these phenomena on which these technologies are based , with the principles of selection of equipment and other important issues related to this topic. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - determine, systematize and obtain the necessary data in the reference scientific and technical literature using modern information technology; - know the fundamental physical processes underlying the design of the vacuum system of ion-plasma installations; - know the principles of action, the main characteristics and parameters of plasma devices and methods for their design; - be able to predict the environmental consequences of the implementation of various technological projects; - be able to analyze the operating parameters of modern plasma equipment and manage its work in order to achieve specified technological goals. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: technology based on high-intensity electron fluxes (a thin scanning beam, a powerful pulsed beam, obtaining high-intensity bremsstrahlung X-ray fluxes, etc.), plasma processing of coal particles on a plasma torch, the state of the world and Kazakhstan beam and plasma technologies based on the use of ion beams and gas-discharge plasma).

Scientific-technical translation
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: development of students' skills of adequate translation of texts of scientific and technical subjects and the use of various reference books, training in working with automatic translation systems and electronic dictionaries During the study of course, students should be competent in: - correctly and logically formulate your thoughts orally and in writing - work with linguistic and bilingual dictionaries and reference books, use methods and means of translation, including scientific and technical - correct the existing translation of the scientific and technical text in the native language - independently translate a scientific and technical text from a native language into a foreign language - use different stylistic units depending on the sphere of communication in the written text, use scientific terms, highly specialized vocabulary and general scientific cliches - to make a written translation of a scientific nature During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: scientific and technical translation; automatic translation systems; editing the translation; annotation and reviewing

Solid State Physics
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The main purpose of discipline: the formation of physical ideas about the basic concepts and ideas of solid state physics for the application of this knowledge when working in various fields of science and technology. In the course of studying the course to form students' abilities: - explain the main observable natural and man-made phenomena and effects from the standpoint of fundamental physical theories; - work with instruments and equipment of a modern physical laboratory; - use various methods of physical measurements and experimental data processing; - apply physical laws, mathematical methods and computer technology to solve practical problems; When studying a discipline, students will study the following aspects: Types of interatomic bonds; Covalent and hydrogen bonds; Metal bond; Brave lattice; Base-centered, volume-centered, face-centered; Miller indices; Bragg condition; Debye function; Phonons; Schrödinger equation; Valent approximation; Donor and acceptor states; Charge carrier statistics in semiconductors; Emission of electrons from the surface of a solid; Contact potential difference; Volt-ampere characteristics; Functions of the Flea.

Special Theory of Relativity
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: The purpose of the discipline - to give an idea of the four-dimensional apparatus of theoretical physics, which is the basis for the development of modern advanced physical theories, to teach methods of solving problems of SRT; to form the ability to independently set and solve problems of 4 - dimensional tensor analysis and relativistic kinematics and mechanics, to interpret the results; to develop skills in solving problems of relativistic physics. During the study of course, students should be competent in:  mathematical apparatus HUNDRED, principles HUNDRED;  independently to put and solve problems of the 4-dimensional tensor analysis and relativistic kinematics and mechanics, to interpret the received results;  idea of the four-dimensional device of theoretical physics, skills of the solution of problems of relativistic physics. During the study of the discipline, students will learn following aspects: Principles of Special Theory of Relativity, The concept of the ether. Michelson-Morley experiment; The measurement of the speed of light; The principle of relativity and the Galilean transformations; Einstein's Postulates; The Geometry of Relativity; The Lorentz Transformations; The Structure of Spacetime; Relativistic Mechanics; Proper Time and Proper Length; Relativistic Energy and Momentum; Relativistic Kinematics; Relativistic Dynamics; Relativistic Electrodynamics; The Electromagnetic Field Tensor; Electromagnetic Fields Transformation; Electrodynamics in Tensor Notation

The Theory of Atomic Nuclei and Nuclear Models
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: introduce modern methods of studying the structure of the nucleus; develop skills in working with the mathematical apparatus of the physics of the atomic nucleus; give an idea of the basic nuclear models and their applications in the description of various nuclear processes. During the study of course, students should be competent in: - to know the measurement units adopted in nuclear physics, the basis of interaction of radiation with matter, the acceleration and the detection of particles to have an understanding of the quantum-mechanical nature of the processes in the nuclei, their decay, fission and interaction with other nuclei and particles, the basic characteristics and patterns of nuclei , methods of studying nuclei, astrophysical aspects of the origin and abundance of elements, the possibilities and achievements of nuclear physics in other fields. - be able to calculate the mass of nuclei and the elementary kinematics of reactions; - use reference material to study the possibility of using radioactive radiation from nuclei and particles of accelerators for applied and scientific purposes. - own to the design and calculation of elementary particle detection systems. - be ready to work independently as a member of a team in interdisciplinary disciplines. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: - atom models; - nuclear models; - structure of nuclear models; - particle detection; - calculations of mass of nuclei, - kinematics of nuclear reactions.

Тhe preparation and delivery of complex examination
  • Type of control - Дипломная работа
  • Description - The main purpose of "Writing and Presentation of Diploma Work (Project) ": in the specialty is determining the level of obtained theoretical and practical knowledge during the training of students in the educational program of vocational training. The exam program includes thematic sections that correspond to the main academic disciplines of the main and elective modules of the basic curriculum. During the study of course, students should be competent in: 1. determine the main provisions of the issue's subject; 2. substantiate the characteristic properties of the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of products and processes, explain the relationships between them; 3. generalize and analyze information; 4. understand the problems and processes in the sphere of their professional activities; 5. build logically true, reasoned and clear oral speech. During the study of the discipline students will learn following aspects: The content of the state examination is determined by the specialty's program in accordance with the requirements of the bachelor's training level for determining academic, social, personal and professional competencies in accordance with the professional standard of the specialty.

Data for 2017-2020 years

INTERNSHIPS

Pre-diploma Practice
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description -

Teaching Internship
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - Aim оf discipline: formation of the ability to carry out educational activities in universities, to design the educational process and conduct certain types of training sessions using innovative educational technologies. During the study of course, masters should be competent in: 1. develop the taught discipline in an amount sufficient for the analytical assessment, selection and implementation of the module of the academic discipline, taking into account the level of preparedness of students, their needs, as well as the requirements of the State Educational Establishment of the Republic of Kazakhstan; 2. to develop the specifics of the organization and conduct of various types of classes in higher educational institutions (lecture, seminar, laboratory and practical); 3. apply the basic means of assessing students' academic achievements; 4. analyze the educational and methodological literature and use it to build your own presentation of program material; 5. prepare plans for seminars, practical classes, laboratory work in accordance with established methodological and methodological approaches. During the study of the discipline masters will learn following aspects: Acquaintance with the goals, objectives and content of teaching practice; drawing up of the schedule of consultations, kinds of the reporting and terms of their granting. Harmonization of the individual plan of the scientific and pedagogical practice of the undergraduate. Implementation of educational-methodical tasks coordinated with the head of practice. Visiting and analyzing the training sessions conducted by the teachers of the department. Acquaintance with the organization of scientific, methodical and educational work (plans, normative documents regulating the pedagogical process) at the faculty / at the university and the department. Development (at least 10 lessons) and conducting classes with students. Carrying out activities on the designated activities (scientific and methodological seminars, conferences, scientific circles, educational events). Preparation of an article of a scientific and methodical nature. Drawing up a report on scientific and pedagogical practice.

Training
  • Type of control - [RK1+MT1+RK2+Exam] (100)
  • Description - The goal of practical training is: consolidating and deepening theoretical knowledge; acquisition of practical skills in the studied specialty; mastering the skills of using modern computer technologies and experimental methods in the specialty; familiarization with the production activities of institutions that are the bases of practice; familiarization with equipment, technology, organization of production of the enterprise, the acquisition of practical skills and organizational work in the specialty.

Training
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - The goal of practical training is: consolidating and deepening theoretical knowledge; acquisition of practical skills in the studied specialty; mastering the skills of using modern computer technologies and experimental methods in the specialty; familiarization with the production activities of institutions that are the bases of practice; familiarization with equipment, technology, organization of production of the enterprise, the acquisition of practical skills and organizational work in the specialty.

Training Practice
  • Type of control - Защита практики
  • Description - The purpose of the training practice is to familiarize the student with the activities of the University, faculty, and Department, with educational programs implemented by the University, the specialty being taught, types, functions, and tasks of future professional activity. During the practice, the student passes safety instructions, performs independent work, fills out a practice diary, and makes a report on the practice.

Data for 2017-2020 years