Dec 08, 2021  
2015-2016 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar 
2015-2016 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Physics, B. Sc. (Class of 2017)

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* MTHE 338  may be replaced by ENPH 312 . The second half of ENPH 312  replaces one of the required fourth year Physics List A electives.

** Students are free to take Complementary Studies courses at any time in their program that suits their interests, workloads, and schedules. Read explanatory notes on Complementary Studies at the end of this section.

APSC 381  may be taken as a technical elective for students particularly interested in engineering design.

ENPH 491  and ENPH 495  are fourth year Physics List A electives offered every second year which students in their third year can consider taking.

Note: In February of Third Year students may apply for permission to take ENPH 456  and ENPH 457  as a combined alternate to (ENPH 455 , a 4th year List “B” course, and the Engineering Elective), to facilitate an Accelerated Master’s graduate degree ending 16 months after completion of the undergraduate Engineering Physics program. Details will be given in January of your 3rd year.

Fourth Year Common Core - 2016/2017


* Students may take (ENPH 456  and ENPH 457 ) as a combined alternate to ENPH 455 , List “B” and Engineering Elective. See the description after 3rd year.

** Students may instead take APSC 480 , Multi-disciplinary Industry Engineering Design Project (9 credits FW) as a substitute for ENPH 454  and one list “B” course. Note that APSC 480  has a prerequisite of APSC 381  or permission of the instructor.


1 ENPH 491 will be offered in 2015/2016 and alternate years thereafter.

2 ENPH 495 will be offered in 2016/2017 and alternate years thereafter.

Mechanical Sub-Plan (P4)

Computing Sub-Plan (P6)


1With permission of the instructor.

* Students with the necessary prerequisites and/or permission of the instructor may replace a List B course above with a List B course from one of the other sub-plans within Engineering Physics.

Complementary Studies:

Refer to the Complementary Studies  section of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering programs. For the Engineering Physics Plan, the Engineering Economics course is APSC 221 , and the Communications requirements are met through courses in the core plan.

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