Students enter the Engineering Physics Program after completion of first year. Students normally take another four years to complete a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Physics.

The transfer route is for students who have completed first year Science or the equivalent before entering the Faculty of Applied Science. Students must apply for the Engineering Physics Program at the time of their application for admission into the Faculty of Applied Science.

If students have not taken CPSC (APSC 160) in first-year Science, they should plan on completing it and any other 1st year courses which are prerequisites for core courses as soon as possible, preferably during the summer before entering Engineering Physics.

Students entering Engineering Physics from the Faculty of Science who have credit for Math 215 and Math 316 will be considered to have satisfied the requirements of Math 255 and Math 257.

Students who are considering entering this program via the transfer route are advised to consult with the program director concerning the transferability of course credits.

Numerous specializations are available within Engineering Physics by appropriate choice of technical electives. These include specializations in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Bioengineering, Biophysics, Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, Materials Engineering, Astronomy, and Technology Entrepreneurship among others.

Technical electives for these specializations will be chosen from a list of relevant courses or by approval of the program director.