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Physics (MSc)

University of Windsor, Canada
Physics (MSc)
Next enrollment cycle May 2024 See all cycles
First Year Fee KES 2,019,351
Course Accredited By OUCQA
2 Years On Campus Postgraduate Degree

This is a Research based Program.

The objective of the Ph.D. program is to immerse students in the excitement of original discovery, and bring them to an internationally competitive level of achievement.

The program is designed to provide a broad knowledge of Physics and training in techniques of physics research, as well as training in the art of scientific communication. 
Students are fostered to operate with autonomy in analyzing scientific work and in setting research objectives, with the ultimate goal being for them to thrive as independent researchers.

  • Research Interests
  • Atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics
  • Materials science
  • Biomedical physics

Enrollment Cycles

  • May 2024
  • September 2024
  • January 2025

Entry Requirements

Program Specific Admission Requirements
Deadline for Fall: 

  • February 1 - Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents (later applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis)
  • February 1 - International applicants (later applications will not be accepted)
  • Application deadlines are for the receipt of complete applications, including letters of reference. Please allow yourself and your referees enough time to complete the application.
  • Applicants who wish to apply to external scholarships should complete their applications earlier: December 1st for domestic applicants, January 1st for international applicants.
  • Minimum Admission Requirements
  • Master’s Program (M2 and M1):
  • Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 75% in the last 2 years of full-time study. Possession of minimum required CGPA does not ensure admission. The actual admitting average varies and is competitive.

International Applicants:

  • 4 Year honours degree in a related field
  • Minimum TOEFL: IBT-83
  • Minimum IELTS: 6.5
  • Minimum Pearson: 65
  • A Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Advanced Physics Test score is helpful to the Admissions Committee to evaluate your application more completely.
     

PHYSICS COURSES

  • PHYS-8000. Seminar for MSc Students
  • PHYS-8100. Advanced Quantum Theory I
  • PHYS-8110. Advanced Quantum Theory II
  • PHYS-8150. Atomic and Molecular Processes I
  • PHYS-8151. Atomic and Molecular Processes II
  • PHYS-8160. Condensed-Matter Physics
  • PHYS-8170. Theory of Atomic Structure and Atomic Spectra
  • PHYS-8180. Molecular Spectroscopy
  • PHYS-8200. Classical Electrodynamics
  • PHYS-8250. Design and Application of Lasers
  • PHYS-8510. Theory of Particle Scattering
  • PHYS-8600. Special Topics in Physics
  • PHYS-8630. General Theory of Relativity
  • PHYS-8650. Theory and Applications of Thin Films
  • PHYS-8660. Atmospheric and Environmental Physics
  • PHYS-8670. Applications of Electron, Ion and Atomic Beams
  • PHYS-9000. Seminar for PhD Students
  • PHYS-9610, PHYS-9620. Selected Topics in Theoretical and Experimental Physics
  • PHYS-9130. Statistical Physics I
  • PHYS-9140. Statistical Physics II
  • PHYS-9680. Elementary Particles and Their Symmetries
  • PHYS-9120. Classical and Quantum Field Theory I
  • PHYS-9121. Classical and Quantum Field Theory II
  • PHYS-9630. Advanced Topics in Condensed Matter Physics
  • PHYS-8960. MSc Major Paper
  • PHYS-8970. MSc Thesis
  • PHYS-9980. PhD Dissertation

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