Undergraduate Course Information

Undergraduate Course information is a comprehensive list covering physics (PHYS), engineering physics (ENPH and APSC) and astronomy courses (ASTR). All PHYS courses can be found on the Arts and Science course description page. Most of the course content will be available via onQ. Otherwise, the links are provided under Web Page.

Students should consult their official Academic Calendar to obtain current information about degree requirements, course offerings, and sessional dates.

Course Code Course Title Instructor Web Page Offered
APSC 100 Engineering Practice I Clapham/Pereira   FW21
APSC 200 Engineering Design and Practice II Clapham   FW21
APSC 111 Physics I Topper (Coord.)/ Noble / Narayanan   F21
APSC 111J Physics I - J Section Narayanan   W22
APSC 112 Physics II Stotz/
APSC 112J Physics II - J Section Narayanan   W22
ASTR 101 Astronomy I: The Solar System - ONLINE Hanes course link F21
ASTR 101 Astronomy I: The Solar System     TBA
ASTR 102 Astronomy II: Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe - ONLINE Hanes course link F21
ASTR 102 Astronomy II: Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe Park   W22
ENPH 211 Applied Physics Di Stefano   W22
ENPH 213 Computational Engineering Physics Hughes   W22
ENPH 225 Mechanics Chen   W22
ENPH 253 Engineering Physics Laboratory Topper   W22
ENPH 336 Solid State Devices Rotenberg   W22
ENPH 353  Engineering Physics Laboratory II Clark   F21
ENPH 354 Engineering Physics Design Project Gao   W22
ENPH 431 Electromagnetic Theory Gooding   F21
ENPH 454 Advanced Engineering Physics Design Project Knobel/Stotz   FW21
ENPH 455 Engineering Physics Thesis Clapham (Coord.)   FW21
ENPH 555 Accelerated Engineering Physics Thesis Clapham (Coord.)   FW21
PHYS 104 Fundamental Physics Martin   FW21
PHYS 106 General Physics Martin   FW21
PHYS 117 Introductory Physics Topper(Coord.)   FW21
PHYS 118 Basic Physics - ONLINE Abdelqader   FW21
PHYS 206 Dynamics Sadavoy   F21
PHYS 212 Vibrations and Waves Di Stefano   W22
PHYS 216 Introduction to Astrophysics Sadavoy   W22
PHYS 260 The Physics of Light and Colour      
PHYS 239 /
ENPH 239
Electromagnetism Giroux   W22
PHYS 242 /
ENPH 242
Relativity and Quanta Courteau   F21
PHYS 250 Foundations of Experimental Physics (Lab) Fissel   W22
PHYS 250 /
ENPH 252
Management of Experimental Data Di Stefano   W22
PHYS 213 Computational Methods in Physics Clark   F21
PHYS 315 Physical Processes in Astrophysics Irwin   W22
PHYS 316 /
ENPH 316
Methods in Mathematical Physics I Widrow   F21
PHYS 317 /
ENPH 317
Methods in Mathematical Physics II van Anders   W22
PHYS 321 /
ENPH 321
Advanced Mechanics Lake   F21
PHYS 334 / 
ENPH 334
Electronics for Physicists Shastri   F21
PHYS 344 /
ENPH 344
Intro to Quantum Mechanics van Anders   F21
PHYS 345 /
ENPH 345
Quantum Physics of Atoms, Nuclei and Particles Vincent   W22
PHYS 350 General Laboratory Giroux   FW21
PHYS 372 /
ENPH 372
Thermodynamics Fissel   W22
PHYS 414 /
ENPH 414/
PHYS 823
Intro to General Relativity Lake   W22
PHYS 432 Electromagnetic Theory Widrow   F21
PHYS 435 /
PHYS 815
Stellar Structure and Evolution Irwin   F21
PHYS 453 /
ENPH 453
Advanced Physics Laboratory Clark (Coord.)/Nunzi/Park   W22
PHYS 460 /
ENPH 460
Laser Optics Fraser   W22
PHYS 472 /
ENPH 472
Statistical Mechanics Gooding   F21
PHYS 479  High Performance Computational Physics Hughes   W22
PHYS 480 /
ENPH 480
Solid State Physics McLean   F21
PHYS 483 /
ENPH 483
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Nunzi   F21
PHYS 490 /
PHYS 891
Nuclear and Particle Physics Bramante   F21
PHYS 491 /
ENPH 491
Physics of Nuclear Reactors       
PHYS 495 /
ENPH 495
Introduction to Medical Physics Salomons   W22
PHYS 590 Research Thesis Wright (Coord.) course link FW21
PHYS P10 Fundamental Concepts in Physics for Teachers      
PHYS P22 Physics Frontiers: From Colliding Black Holes to Disruptive Technologies  Fraser