The Department of Physics and Atmospheric Science prides itself on providing graduate students with cutting-edge, world-class research opportunities in a collegial environment.
Our friendly faculty and staff create an environment where ideas and research facilities are shared between groups comprised of both master’s and doctoral students. In addition to our graduate programs in physics and atmospheric science, we also offer graduate seminars that bring in a variety of speakers to complement students’ learning experience.
The department offers exciting opportunities in several areas of research that are very important; not only here in Canada, but around the world:
- Applied Physics
- Atmospheric Science
- Condensed Matter & Material Physics - Experiment
- Condensed Matter & Material Physics - Theory
- Medical Physics
- Sub-Atomic Physics
To be considered for either a MSc or PhD program in Physics and Atmospheric Science, a minimum requirement for graduate program admissions is a GPA of 3.7. We recommend that applicants begin with the online pre-application form.
Find out more about the pre-application process.
For more information on how to apply, visit our Admissions section.