Programs:

Engineering Physics

Faculty of Engineering, Department of Engineering Physics

Engineering Physics is about understanding and advancing knowledge and technologies used in a wide range of state-of-the-art systems including optical communications, sensors for biomedical and environmental applications, lasers and LEDs, photovoltaics and nuclear power systems.

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Degree Details

Doctorate (Ph.D.)

Engineering Physics is about understanding and advancing knowledge and technologies used in a wide range of state-of-the-art systems including optical communications, sensors for biomedical and environmental applications, lasers and LEDs, photovoltaics and nuclear power systems.

Areas of Research

  • Nano and micro device engineering
  • Nuclear engineering and energy systems
  • Photonics
Length:
4 years
Required Credential:
Direct entry from Undergrad, transfer from Master, and/or completion of a research Master’s degree in either Engineering or Physical Science
Program Options:
Full-Time, Part-Time
Typical Entry:
September, January and May
Typical Deadline:
Apr.30,Nov.30,Mar.31

Degree Options

Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.)Degree Details

Length:
2 years
Required Credential:
Honours Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Engineering or Physical Science or Mathematics
Program Type:
Thesis
Program Options:
Full-Time, Part-Time

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)Degree Details

Length:
2 year
Required Credential:
Honours Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Engineering or Physical Science or Mathematics
Program Type:
Industrial Internship
Program Options:
Full-Time, Part-Time

Doctorate (Ph.D.)Degree Details

Length:
4 years
Required Credential:
Direct entry from Undergrad, transfer from Master, and/or completion of a research Master’s degree in either Engineering or Physical Science
Program Options:
Full-Time, Part-Time