Academic year 2017-2018
Discover the fundamental laws of nature, and then apply this knowledge in the design of breakthrough technologies that will transform our society. While physics probes big questions, from the origin of the universe to the workings of the quantum world, electrical engineering underlies the technologies that are ubiquitous in our modern world, from power generation to the computer chip.
By teaching you the foundations of how nature works, and then how to innovate with this knowledge, this integrated program will uniquely equip you to tackle societal and technological problems facing us and future generations. In five years you will earn two degrees, in physics and electrical engineering, and will be truly challenged to defy the conventional.
|1st year (30 units)||
|2nd year (33 units)||
|3rd year (30 units)||
|4th year (33 units||
|5th year (33 units)||
1 (MAT2141 or MAT2342) or (MAT2371 or MAT2377) is recommended
2 Students in the Power and Sustainability Option must take PHY4324 Energy Technologies, which may need to be taken in the winter of the fourth year
3 Compulsory electrical engineering/computer engineering (ELG/CEG) 4000 level courses (students must choose one of the following options):
- Communications option:
- ELG4118, ELG4139, ELG4156, ELG4176, ELG4177, ELG4179
- Systems engineering option:
- CEG4158, ELG4137, ELG4156, ELG4157, ELG4159, ELG4177
- Electronics option:
- ELG4115, ELG4117, ELG4137, ELG4139, ELG4176, ELG4177
- Microwave and Photonic Engineering option:
- ELG4115, ELG4117, ELG4118, ELG4139, ELG4178, ELG4179
- Power and Sustainable Energy option:
- ELG4125, ELG4126, ELG4139, ELG4157, ELG4159, ELG4179
The extended French stream is available with this program.
The minimum CGPA required to be on good academic standing is 5.0.