Faculty of Science - Physics and Astronomy

Available only to those students who will complete an Honors Specialization or Specialization in Physics, Astrophysics, or Medical Physics.

**Module **

4.0 courses:

**1.0 course**: Physics 4999E.**1.0 course** from:

**Group A**: Courses Involving Applied and Theoretical Physics

Any Physics or Astronomy course numbered 3000 or higher.

the former Applied Mathematics 3129A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 4129A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 4151A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 4253B, the former Applied Mathematics 4353B.

**1.0 course** from:

**Group B**: Courses Involving Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

Applied Mathematics 2811B, Applied Mathematics 2814F/G, Applied Mathematics 3811A/B, Applied Mathematics 3813A/B, Applied Mathematics 4613A/B, Applied Mathematics 4615F/G, Applied Mathematics 4617A/B, Applied Mathematics 4815A/B, Applied Mathematics 4817A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 4819A/B.

Computer Science 2101A/B, Computer Science 3101A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 2813A/B or the former Computer Science 3320A/B.

**1.0 course **from: Group A or Group B

If any of these courses are taken as part of an Honors Specialization or Specialization in Physics, Astrophysics, or Medical Physics, alternative courses must be selected from Group A.**Note: **This module, together with an Honors Specialization in Physics, Astrophysics, or Medical Physics is recommended for students considering graduate studies in one of these fields.

**Note:** The above courses may have prerequisites that are not included in the module.