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  • Objectives
    Engineering physics is concerned with the application of fundamental physical science to the solution of technological problems. Students of this program will be well-versed in material science, applied physics, and electronics. Carleton’s Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree program in Engineering Physics has two primary focuses: integrated semiconductor devices, and optical devices and systems. Students will have the opportunity to design their own integrated circuits (ICs), which are manufactured right on campus.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Engineering in Engineering Physics
  • Course description
    Engineering Physics
    Bachelor of Engineering
    (21.5 credits)

    First year

       1. 4.5 credits in CCDP 2100, CHEM 1101, MATH 1004, MATH 1005, MATH 1104, PHYS 1001, PHYS 1002, ECOR 1606, ELEC 1908;
       2. 0.5 credit in Complementary Studies Electives;

    Second year

       3. 5.0 credits in MATH 2004, MATH 3705, PHYS 2202, PHYS 2604, SYSC 2002, SYSC 2004, ECOR 2606, ELEC 2501, ELEC 2507, ELEC 2607;

    Third year

       4. 5.5 credits in STAT 3502, PHYS 3606, PHYS 3701, PHYS 3807, SYSC 3501, ELEC 3105, ELEC 3500, ELEC 3509, ELEC 3908, ELEC 3909, SYSC 3600;

    Fourth year


       5. 3.0 credits in PHYS 4007, PHYS 4707, ECOR 3800, ECOR 4995, ELEC 4908 [1.0];
       6. 1.0 credit in PHYS at the 4000-level, which must include one of: PHYS 4203, PHYS 4208, PHYS 4409, PHYS 4508, PHYS 4807;
       7. 1.0 credit in ELEC at the 4000-level, which must include one of: ELEC 4503, ELEC 4505, ELEC 4506, ELEC 4601, ELEC 4609, ELEC 4700, ELEC 4502, ELEC 4509, ELEC 4702, ELEC 4706, ELEC 4707, ELEC 4708;
       8. 1.0 credit in Complementary Studies Electives.

    • ELEC 1908 - First Year Project
    • ELEC 2501 - Circuits and Signals
    • ELEC 2507 - Electronics I
    • ELEC 2607 - Switching Circuits
    • ELEC 3105 - Basic EM and Power Engineering
    • ELEC 3500 - Digital Electronics
    • ELEC 3508 - Power Electronics
    • ELEC 3509 - Electronics II
    • ELEC 3605 - Electrical Engineering
    • ELEC 3908 - Physical Electronics
    • ELEC 3909 - Electromagnetic Waves
    • ELEC 4502 - Microwave Circuits
    • ELEC 4503 - Radio Frequency Lines and Antennas
    • ELEC 4504 - Avionics Systems
    • ELEC 4505 - Telecommunication Circuits
    • ELEC 4506 - CAD for Communication Circuits
    • ELEC 4509 - Communication Links
    • ELEC 4600 - Radar and Navigation
    • ELEC 4601 - Microprocessor Systems
    • ELEC 4602 - Electrical Power Engineering
    • ELEC 4609 - Integrated Circuit Design and Fabrication
    • ELEC 4700 - The Physics and Modeling of Advanced Devices and Technologies
    • ELEC 4702 - Fiber Optic Communications
    • ELEC 4703 - Solar Cells and Applications
    • ELEC 4705 - Electronic Materials, Devices and Transmission Media
    • ELEC 4706 - Digital Integrated Electronics
    • ELEC 4707 - Analog Integrated Electronics
    • ELEC 4708 - Advanced Digital Integrated Circuit Design
    • ELEC 4709 - Integrated Sensors
    • ELEC 4906 - Special Topics
    • ELEC 4907 - Engineering Project
    • ELEC 4908 - Engineering Physics Project
    • PHYS 1001 - Foundations of Physics I
    • PHYS 1002 - Foundations of Physics II
    • PHYS 1003 - Introductory Mechanics and Thermodynamics
    • PHYS 1004 - Introductory Electromagnetism and Wave Motion
    • PHYS 1007 - Elementary University Physics I
    • PHYS 1008 - Elementary University Physics II
    • PHYS 1901 - Planetary Astronomy
    • PHYS 1902 - From our Star to the Cosmos
    • PHYS 2004 - Modern Physics for Engineers
    • PHYS 2101 - Mechanics and Properties of Matter
    • PHYS 2202 - Wave Motion and Optics
    • PHYS 2203 - Astronomy
    • PHYS 2305 - Electricity and Magnetism
    • PHYS 2306 - Physics of Electrical and Electronic Measurements I
    • PHYS 2604 - Modern Physics I
    • PHYS 2903 - Physics and the Imagination
    • PHYS 2906 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1
    • PHYS 3007 - Third Year Physics Laboratory: Selected Experiments and Seminars
    • PHYS 3008 - Third Year Physics Laboratory: Selected Experiments and Workshop
    • PHYS 3207 - Topics in Biophysics
    • PHYS 3308 - Electromagnetism
    • PHYS 3402 - Heat and Thermodynamics
    • PHYS 3606 - Modern Physics II
    • PHYS 3608 - Modern Applied Physics
    • PHYS 3701 - Elements of Quantum Mechanics
    • PHYS 3801 - Classical Mechanics
    • PHYS 3802 - Advanced Dynamics
    • PHYS 3807 - Mathematical Physics I
    • PHYS 3808 - Mathematical Physics II
    • PHYS 3904 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2
    • PHYS 3905 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3
    • PHYS 3906 - Co-operative Work Term Report 4
    • PHYS 4007 - Fourth-Year Physics Laboratory: Selected Experiments and Seminars
    • PHYS 4008 - Fourth-Year Physics Laboratory: Selected Experiments and Workshop
    • PHYS 4201 - Astrophysics
    • PHYS 4202 - Cosmology
    • PHYS 4203 - Physical Applications of Fourier Analysis
    • PHYS 4208 - Modern Optics
    • PHYS 4307 - Electromagnetic Radiation
    • PHYS 4407 - Statistical Physics
    • PHYS 4409 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics
    • PHYS 4508 - Solid State Physics
    • PHYS 4602 - Particle Physics
    • PHYS 4608 - Nuclear Physics
    • PHYS 4707 - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics I
    • PHYS 4708 - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics II
    • PHYS 4807 - Computational Physics
    • PHYS 4901 - Special Topics in Physics
    • PHYS 4905 - Cooperative Work Term Report 5
    • PHYS 4906 - Cooperative Work Term Report 6
    • PHYS 4907 - Fourth-Year Project
    • PHYS 4908 - Fourth-Year Project
    • PHYS 4909 - Fourth-Year Project

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