B.Eng. (Co-op Optional)

# Bachelor of Engineering

Engineering Physics offers four specializations: Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems, Nano- and Micro-Devices, Photonics Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. Students with an aptitude for science and mathematics can develop their capabilities and apply them to engineering problems.

## Current Student Inquiries:

- Email:
- macdonne
- Phone:
- +1 905.525.9140 x 27925
- Office:
- JHE A315

- Overview
- Specializations
- Admission Requirements
- Co-op and Experiential Learning
- Careers and Research
- Related Courses

## Overview

In Engineering Physics, we create advanced materials, devices and systems based on our fundamental understanding of physics. Our faculty and students are pushing the envelope of new technologies to solve the grand challenges of the future such as energy supply, human health, and information and communications technologies.

The total time from admission to Engineering to graduation with a B.Eng. in Engineering Physics is four years, and five years for the combined B.Eng. Management or the B.Eng. Society degrees. Graduates of the program provide valuable feedback, which helps to maintain the relevance of the undergraduate curriculum to current engineering applications. One of the strengths of the Engineering Physics program is that it is very broadly based and prepares its graduates to pursue a wide range of career paths. All students in the program obtain a background in electrical science, engineering materials, classical and quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics, data acquisition and handling, mathematical physics and numerical analysis. In the final two years of the program, students have the opportunity to focus on one of the four specialized areas of study. Students who are entering Level 2 of a B.Eng. program or Level 3 of a B.Eng. Management or B.Eng. Society program are able to choose an area of specialization.

#### Areas of Specializations:

- Biomedical
- Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems
- Nano- and Micro-Devices
- Photonics Engineering
- Interdisciplinary

#### What makes this program unique?

- Using our advanced labs and design projects, students will make their own micro/nanotechnology devices.
- Using the most powerful nuclear reactor at a Canadian university, students will conduct experiments and have summer internship opportunities as assistant engineers.
- Gain real-world industry experience through our faculty’s extensive industrial connections.

"Engineering Physics makes you think outside the box and gives you the tools to learn efficiently in all sorts of different environments. It covers the fundamentals of every engineering discipline, so it becomes much easier to pick up new topics." - Matt Vukovic, Engineering Physics and Management

## Important information:

### Degree Type

Undergraduate Degree

### LENGTH

4 years

### ACADEMIC Requirements

Completion of Engineering I

### DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

## Specializations

The choice of specialization guides the choice of upper year technical electives. The department’s final year laboratory course provides students with an opportunity to select advanced experiments that relate to their chosen specialization.For example, they may manufacture integrated circuits, fabricate solar cells, make a biosensor, or conduct experiments with the McMaster Nuclear Reactor. An overview of some of the topics included in the specialized streams is given below:

**Nuclear Engineering and Energy Systems**

- energy systems
- heat transfer and fluid mechanics
- alternate energy sources
- nuclear reactor physics and chain reactions
- nuclear reactor design and analysis
- radioactivity
- interactions of radiation with matter

**Nano- and Micro-Devices**

- electronics
- physics of semiconductors
- microelectronic devices
- integrated circuits
- device fabrication techniques
- microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
- superconductivity

**Photonics Engineering**

- physics and applications of lasers
- optical instrumentation, optical sensors
- fiber optic communications systems
- electromagnetic theory
- physical optics
- semiconductor diode lasers
- biophotonics

**Biomedical Engineering**

- fabricate a biosensor
- build optical systems for cancer treatment
- use nanotechnology for disease detection

## Admission Requirements

### Admission to Level II Engineering Programs

Admission to Level II Engineering programs requires completion of all non-elective Engineering I courses with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0. All programs have limited enrolment; should there be more applicants than the limiting number in any program, admission to that program will be based on a points system, computed as the product of the Fall-Winter Average and the number of units taken in the session (a minimum of 31 units will be used in the calculation). Students who do not meet the requirements to proceed to Level II in May will have a Pending flag put on their allocation. The Pending flag will be removed in August if the student completes the requirements over the summer.

In addition, admission to a B.Eng.Mgt. program requires the completion of ECON 1B03 with a minimum grade of 5.0; an interview may also be required.

Students admitted to a B.Eng.Society program are required to submit a statement indicating the educational objectives for the focus electives.

Students seeking admission to the Engineering and Management program, or the Engineering and Society program must first be admitted to the relevant department. Thereafter, they will be considered for admission to one of these two programs.

## Co-op and Experiential Learning

Experiential learning provides students with hands-on opportunities beyond the traditional lecture-style format to gain valuable experience.

**Engineering Co-op Program**

The Engineering Co-op Program is an optional program which provides you with the opportunity to work in real engineering positions before you graduate. The Undergraduate Co-op Program is administered by the Engineering Co-op and Career Services Department (ECCS).

**Example Employers:**

- IBM
- Hydro One
- Amec-NSS
- Hatch Associates
- Intel
- Bell Canada
- Texas Instruments
- Bombardier Aerospace

Learn more about the co-op program

#### Extracurricular Activities

McMaster Engineering has many engineering clubs, teams and societies you can join to enhance your practical knowledge and soft skills, provide support, or give you the chance to explore new activities. Clubs are an enjoyable way to enrich your student life and contribute to your social development and academic success.

- Engineering Physics Society
- McMaster Rocketry Team
- McMaster Solar Car Team
- McMaster NEUDOSE Team

## Careers and Research

#### Career Paths

- Multidisciplinary Design Engineer
- Director of Business Development
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Controls Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Business Analyst
- Entrepreneur
- Project Engineer
- Optical Engineer

#### Research Areas

- Nanotechnology, biological and chemical sensors, biomedical engineering, and solar electricity
- Laser applications, ultrafast laser fabrication, advanced displays, optical design and instrumentation, biophotonics, advanced microscopy
- Nuclear reactor engineering and safety, thermalhydraulics, nuclear waste management

### Electricity and Magnetism

UndergraduateDevelopment of electromagnetic theory - fields, Gauss’ law, electric potential, Laplace equation, dielectrics, Ampere’s law, magnetism, Faraday’s law, inductance, development of Maxwell’s equations via vector calculus.

Three lectures, one tutorial, one lab (three hours each) every other week, first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in any Engineering Physics or Mechatronics Engineering Program; PHYSICS 1E03; and credit or registration in one of MATH 2M03, 2P04 or MATH 2Z03

Antirequisite(s): ENG PHYS 2A03, MEDPHYS 2B03

### Computational Methods for Engineering Physics

UndergraduateAlgebraic solutions; Numerical integration and differentiation; Finite difference and finite element methods; Euler method; Runge-Kutta techniques; Partial differential equations; Monte Carlo simulation.

Three lectures, one tutorial (three hours each); second term

Prerequisite(s): PHYSICS 1E03; registration in an Engineering Physics Program; and credit or registration in one of MATH 2M03, 2P04 or MATH 2Z03.

Antirequisite(s): PHYSICS 2D03

### Analog and Digital Circuits

UndergraduateDesign and analysis of analog and digital electrical circuits - component analysis, circuit analysis and theorems, binary numbers, Boolean analysis and digital circuit design.

Three lectures, one lab (three hours each); second term

Prerequisite(s): PHYSICS 1E03, and registration in an Engineering Physics or Mechatronics Program

### Statistical Thermodynamics

UndergraduateAn introduction to thermodynamics and its statistical basis at the microscopic level, with applications to problems originating in a modern laboratory or engineering environment.

Three lectures, one tutorial, one lab (three hours each) every other week; second term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level II Engineering Physics

Antirequisite(s): ENGINEER 2H03, 2V04, MATLS 2B03

Cross-list(s): PHYSICS 2H04

### Thermal Systems Design

UndergraduateThermal Systems Design covers the physics and design of energy conversion systems utilized in many engineering systems. The course presents the underlying physics and thermodynamics of energy systems.

Three lectures, one tutorial; first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in an Engineering program

### Applied Mechanics

UndergraduateClassical mechanics topics relevant to Engineering Physics, including elasticity theory. Symbolic processors and PDE/visualization are applied in the solution of problems.

Three lectures, one tutorial (two hours each); first term

Prerequisite(s): PHYSICS 1E03; and credit or registration in one of MATH 2M03, 2P04 or 2Z03

Antirequisite(s): ENGINEER 2P04

### Quantum Mechanics

UndergraduateWave-particle duality, uncertainty principle, Hydrogen atom, Schrodinger Equation for ID systems, barriers and tunnelling, probability, properties of insulators, semiconductors and metals. Examples from experiments.

Three lectures, one tutorial; second term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in an Engineering Physics or Materials Engineering program

Antirequisite(s): PHYSICS 2C03

### Acquisition and Analysis of Experimental Information I

UndergraduateEstimation of true value; Probability density function, binomial, multinomial, Poisson, Student’s t, log-normal, Cauchy, Maxwell-Boltzmann, Bose-Einstein (geometric distribution), Fermi-Dirac; Bayes Theorem; Statistics – sample mean, sample variance; Central Limit Theorem; Confidence interval; Error propagation equation; Linear least squares fits to polynomials, Chi-squares; Non-linear least squares fit.

Two lectures, one tutorial (two hours each); first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in level II of the Engineering Physics program.

### Electronics I

UndergraduateP-N junctions, diodes, bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors, DC and AC modeling, differential amplifiers and operational amplifiers, feedback and oscillators, digital circuits and multivibrators, signal processing.

Two lectures, one lab (three hours); first term

Prerequisite(s): One of ENG PHYS 2A03, 2A04, 2E04, MEDPHYS 2B03, PHYSICS 2B06, 2BB3

Antirequisite(s): PHYSICS 3B06, PHYSICS 3BA3

### Electronics II

UndergraduateDesign and synthesis project in electronics, based on the material presented in ENGPHYS or PHYSICS 3BA3.

One lecture, one lab (three hours each) every other week; second term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3BA3 or PHYSICS 3BA3

Antirequisite(s): PHYSICS 3B06, 3BB3

### Principles of Nuclear Engineering

UndergraduateIntroduction to fission and fusion energy systems. Energetics of nuclear reactions, interactions of radiation with matter, radioactivity, design and operating principles of fission and fusion reactors.

Three lectures, one lab (three hours each) every other week; second term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III or above of an Engineering Physics program or permission of the instructor

### Fundamentals of Physical Optics

UndergraduateGeometrical optics, electromagnetic waves, interference of light, Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction, polarized light, Fresnel equations, optical properties of materials, introduction to optical systems and precision optics experiments, selected topics in modern optics.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in any Engineering Physics Program; one of ISCI 2A18 A/B, MATH 2A03, 2Q04, 2XX3, 2ZZ3; and one of MATH 2C03, 2P04, 2Z03; and one of MEDPHYS 2B03, PHYSICS 2B06, 2BB3 or both ENGPHYS 2A04 (or 2A03) and 2E04.

Cross-list(s): PHYSICS 3N03

### Introduction to Energy Systems

UndergraduateA survey course on energy systems with emphasis on the analytic tools needed to evaluate them in terms of performance, resources and environmental sustainability, costs, and other relevant factors over their life cycles.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in an Engineering Physics program, or level IV or V of a Civil Engineering Program or permission of the instructor.

### Advanced Applications of Quantum Mechanics

UndergraduateApplication of quantum mechanics to the electronic, optical and mechanical behaviour of materials.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 2QM3, PHYSICS 2C03 or 3M03 and registration in the Faculty of Engineering

Antirequisite(s): ENG PHYS 3F04

### Research Project in Engineering Physics

UndergraduateA special program of studies to be arranged by mutual consent of a professor and the student, to carry out experiments and/or theoretical investigations. A written report and oral defence are required.

Both terms

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III of an Engineering Physics program, or Level IV of an Engineering Physics and Management or Engineering Physics and Society program, and a GPA of at least 8; permission from the department is also required

### Industrial Monitoring and Detection Techniques

UndergraduateIndustrial and process measurement systems, instrument response and uncertainty, modeling process systems. Fundamental physics of instrument measurement methods. Instrumentation reliability and safety system design.

Three lectures, one lab (three hours each) every other week, one tutorial; second term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III or above of any Engineering Physics program

Antirequisite(s): ENG PHYS 3L03, 4L03, 4L04

### Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

UndergraduateFluid properties and statics are introduced. Basic equations of continuity, energy and momentum for internal and external flows are discussed. Similitude, dimensional analysis, measuring devices, fluid machinery and hydraulic networks. Conduction and convection heat transfer.

Three lectures, one lab (three hours each) every other week; one tutorial, first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III or above of any Engineering Physics program; credit or registration in MATH 2M06 (or 2M03 and 2MM3); or MATH 2P04 and 2Q04; or MATH 2Z03 and MATH 2ZZ3

Antirequisite(s): ENG PHYS 3O03

### Semiconductor Junction Devices

UndergraduateElectronic properties of semiconductors: non-equilibrium carrier conditions; steady state and non-steady state; p-n junctions; Schottky diodes; bipolar junction transistors. Detailed coverage of a range of diodes including photodiodes, solar cells, light emitting diodes, zener diodes, and avalanche diodes.

Three lectures, one lab (three hours each); second term

Prerequisite(s): ENG PHYS 3F04 or MATLS 3Q03, or credit or registration in ENGPHYS 3F03

Antirequisite(s): ENG PHYS 3PN3, 4E03

### Acquisition and Analysis of Experimental Information II

UndergraduateA systems approach to measurement in which synthesis of topics such as Fourier transforms, signal processing and enhancement, data reduction, modelling and simulation is undertaken.

One lecture (two hours), one lab (one hour each), one tutorial every other week; both terms

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level III or above of any Engineering or Science program

Antirequisite(s): COMMERCE 2QA3

### Design and Synthesis Project

UndergraduateDesign and synthesis projects supervised by a faculty member in the Department of Engineering Physics.

Lectures, tutorials, labs, one capstone project; both terms

Prerequisite(s): Registration in the final level of an Engineering Physics program

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4A04

### Nuclear Reactor Analysis

Undergraduate / GraduateIntroduction to nuclear energy; nuclear physics and chain reactions; reactor statics and kinetics; multigroup analysis, core thermalhydraulics; reactor design.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3D03

### Special Topics in Engineering Physics

UndergraduateVarious topics in Engineering Physics will be examined. This course is a self-study course.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level IV or V of an Engineering Physics program

### Optical Instrumentation

Undergraduate / GraduateThe course covers the fundamental physics, design and operation of industrial, commercial, consumer and medical applications of photonics.

Two lectures, one lab (three hours each); second term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3E03 or PHYSICS 3N03; and registration in the Faculty of Engineering

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3G03

### Research Project in Engineering Physics

UndergraduateA special program of studies to be arranged by mutual consent of a professor and the student, to carry out experiments and/or theoretical investigations. A written report and oral defence are required.

Both terms

Prerequisite(s): Registration in final level of an Engineering Physics program and a GPA of at least 9.5; permission from the department is also required

### Introduction to Biophotonics

Undergraduate / GraduateBasic principles of light interaction with biological systems and specific biomedical applications of photonics such as optical light microscopy, endoscopic imaging, spectroscopy in clinical diagnosis, flow cytometry, micro-optical sensors, etc.

Three lectures; second term

Prerequisite(s): One of ENGPHYS 2A04, MEDPHYS 2B03, or PHYSICS 2B06; and registration in Level III or above in an Engineering Physics Program. Completion of either ENGPHYS 3E03, ENGPHYS 4G03, or PHYSICS 3N03 is recommended.

Cross-list(s): MEDPHYS 4I03

### Advanced Materials and Next-Generation

Undergraduate / GraduateThis course gives an in-depth investigation of advanced semiconductor devices, with a focus on novel materials. The course will cover aspects of fabrication, operation and design for modern semiconductor devices, highlighting traditional, nanoscale and excitonic/organic device physics.

Three lectures; second term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3F03 or 3F04; and credit or registration in one of ENG PHYS 3PN3, 3PN4 or 4E03; or MATLS 3Q03, 4Q03

### Advanced Nuclear Engineering

Undergraduate / GraduateEnergy generation and conversion, heat transfer and transport in a nuclear reactor. Characteristics and performance of nuclear fuels. Thermal margins and safety limits. Aging of core structural materials. Structural integrity of components.

Three lectures; second term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3D03

### Nuclear Power Plant Systems and Operation

Undergraduate / GraduateSystems and overall unit operations relevant to nuclear power plants; includes all major reactor and process systems; nuclear power plant simulator; self-study using interactive software.

Three lectures; second term

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level IV or above of any Engineering program

### Lasers and Electro-Optics

Undergraduate / GraduateBasic properties of electromagnetic radiation. Optical modulation and detection. Nonlinear optics. Multiple-beam interference and coherence. Optical resonators. Laser systems.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3E03 or PHYSICS 3N03

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4S04

### Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Photonics

UndergraduateSelected advanced experiments in two areas of applied physics, chosen from among these unique topics: Lasers & Optical Communication(Photonics), Solar Cell Fabrication, Biomedical and Nuclear Labs. Students must take ENGPHYS 4U02 twice, in order to fulfill degree requirements (for a total of four units). Students must select two unique topics from the list above; the same topic cannot be repeated.

Two labs (three hours each); both terms

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3W04 A/B and PHYSICS 3B06, or both ENGPHYS 3BA3 and ENGPHYS 3BB3

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4U04 A/B

### Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Nuclear Labs

UndergraduateSelected advanced experiments in two areas of applied physics, chosen from among these unique topics: Lasers & Optical Communication, Solar Cell Fabrication, Biomedical and Nuclear Labs. Students must take ENGPHYS 4U02 twice, in order to fulfill degree requirements (for a total of four units). Students must select two unique topics from the list above; the same topic cannot be repeated.

Two labs (three hours each); both terms

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3W04 A/B and PHYSICS 3B06, or both ENGPHYS 3BA3 and ENGPHYS 3BB3

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4U04 A/B

### Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Nano- and Micro-devices

UndergraduateSelected advanced experiments in two areas of applied physics, chosen from among these unique topics: Lasers & Optical Communication, Solar Cell Fabrication, Biomedical and Nuclear Labs. Students must take ENGPHYS 4U02 twice, in order to fulfill degree requirements (for a total of four units). Students must select two unique topics from the list above; the same topic cannot be repeated.

Two labs (three hours each); both terms

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3W04 A/B and PHYSICS 3B06, or both ENGPHYS 3BA3 and ENGPHYS 3BB3

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4U04 A/B

### Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Biomedical

UndergraduateSelected advanced experiments in two areas of applied physics, chosen from among these unique topics: Lasers & Optical Communication, Solar Cell Fabrication, Biomedical and Nuclear Labs. Students must take ENGPHYS 4U02 twice, in order to fulfill degree requirements (for a total of four units). Students must select two unique topics from the list above; the same topic cannot be repeated.

Two labs (three hours each); both terms

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3W04 A/B and PHYSICS 3B06, or both ENGPHYS 3BA3 and ENGPHYS 3BB3

Antirequisite(s): ENGPHYS 4U04 A/B

### Introduction to Photovoltaics

Undergraduate / GraduateA review of photovoltaic devices including solar cell operation, characterization, manufacturing, economics and current and next generation technologies.

Three lectures; first term

Prerequisite(s): One of ELECENG 2EI5, ENGPHYS 3PN4, MATLS 3Q03 or ENGPHYS 3BA3

### Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology

Undergraduate / GraduateDetailed description of fabrication technologies used in the semiconductor industry; computer modelling of device fabrication; analysis of device performance.

Two classroom-based lectures, one computer cluster-based lecture; second term

Prerequisite(s): ENGPHYS 3F03 or 3F04, or MATLS 3Q03; and registration in the Faculty of Engineering

Code | Title | Instructor | Outline | Info |
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ENG PHYS 2A04Undergraduate | Electricity and Magnetism | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2CE4Undergraduate | Computational Methods for Engineering Physics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2E04Undergraduate | Analog and Digital Circuits | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2H04Undergraduate | Statistical Thermodynamics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2NE3Undergraduate | Thermal Systems Design | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2P04Undergraduate | Applied Mechanics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2QM3Undergraduate | Quantum Mechanics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 2W03Undergraduate | Acquisition and Analysis of Experimental Information I | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3BA3Undergraduate | Electronics I | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3BB3Undergraduate | Electronics II | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3D03Undergraduate | Principles of Nuclear Engineering | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3E03 / PHYSICS 3N03Undergraduate | Fundamentals of Physical Optics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3ES3Undergraduate | Introduction to Energy Systems | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3F03Undergraduate | Advanced Applications of Quantum Mechanics | More Info. | ||

ENG PHYS 3H04Undergraduate | Research Project in Engineering Physics Technical Elective List 2 | More Info. | ||

ENG PHYS 3L04Undergraduate | Industrial Monitoring and Detection Techniques | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3O04Undergraduate | Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3PN4Undergraduate | Semiconductor Junction Devices | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 3W04Undergraduate | Acquisition and Analysis of Experimental Information II | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4A06Undergraduate | Design and Synthesis Project | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4D03 / 6D03Undergraduate / Graduate | Nuclear Reactor Analysis Technical Elective List 2 | Rouben | Outline | More Info. |

ENG PHYS 4ES3Undergraduate | Special Topics in Engineering Physics Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4G03 / 6G03Undergraduate / Graduate | Optical Instrumentation Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4H04Undergraduate | Research Project in Engineering Physics Technical Elective List 2 | More Info. | ||

ENG PHYS 4I03 / 6I03Undergraduate / Graduate | Introduction to Biophotonics Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4MD3 / 6MD3Undergraduate / Graduate | Advanced Materials and Next-Generation Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4NE3 / 6NE3Undergraduate / Graduate | Advanced Nuclear Engineering Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4P03 / 6P03Undergraduate / Graduate | Nuclear Power Plant Systems and Operation Technical Elective List 2 | Rouben | Outline | More Info. |

ENG PHYS 4S03 / 6S03Undergraduate / Graduate | Lasers and Electro-Optics Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4U02Undergraduate | Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Photonics | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4U02Undergraduate | Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Nuclear Labs | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4U02Undergraduate | Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Nano- and Micro-devices | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4U02Undergraduate | Modern and Applied Physics Laboratory - Biomedical | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4X03 / 6X03Undergraduate / Graduate | Introduction to Photovoltaics Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. | |

ENG PHYS 4Z03 / 6Z03Undergraduate / Graduate | Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Technical Elective List 2 | Outline | More Info. |