Courses listed below may be taken as technical electives without permission of the Engineering Physics Department. However, to be admitted, Engineering Physics students must still meet the prerequisites for the course, and obtain permission of the instructor.
Other courses not listed below may be taken as technical electives upon approval of the Associate Chair.
It is your responsibility to make sure the courses fit into your timetable and to obtain any necessary permission from the instructor offering the course.
Any Level 3 or 4 Engineering Physics course may be taken as a technical elective in List 2.
There are two lists of technical electives: list 1 contains courses outside of engineering; list 2 contains engineering courses including courses within the Faculty of Engineering.
|BIOPHYS 3S03||Soft Condensed Matter Physics|
|BIOPHYS 4S03||Introduction to Molecular Biophysics|
|PHYS 3C03||Analytical Mechanics|
|PHYS 3K03||Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics|
|PHYS 3MM3||Quantum Mechanics|
|PHYS 4B03||Electromagnetic Theory|
|PHYS 4E03||Particle and Nuclear Physics|
|PHYS 4F03||Quantum Mechanics II|
|PHYS 4G03||Computational Physics|
|PHYS 4K03||Solid State Physics|
|MATH 3D03||Mathematical Physics II|
|MED PHYS 3R03||Computational Medical Physics|
|MED PHYS 4B03||Radioactivity & Radiation Interactions|
|MED PHYS 4D03||Imaging in Medicine & Biology|
|MED PHYS 4F03||Fundamentals of Health Physics|
|MED PHYS 4R06||Radiation & Radioisotope Methodology|
|MED PHYS 4T03||Clinical Applications of Physics in Medicine|