This 2nd year course list is for students entering Engineering Physics in 2018.
|SECOND YEAR COURSES|
|CPEN 221||Principles of Software Construction||4|
|ELEC 204||Linear Circuits||4|
|ENPH 2532||Introduction to Instrument Design||5|
|ENPH 2572||Heat and Thermodynamics||2|
|ENPH 259||Experimental Techniques||3|
|ENPH 2702||Mechanics II||2|
|MATH 2171||Multivariable and Vector Calculus||4|
|MATH 255||Ordinary Differential Equations||3|
|MATH 2572||Partial Differential Equations||3|
|MECH 260||Introduction to Mechanics of Materials||3|
|PHYS 2502||Introduction to Modern Physics||3|
|1 If unable to take MATH 217, replace with MATH 253 and 317.|
|2 Taken during the summer academic term.|
|3 See Complementary Studies Courses|
This 3rd year course list is for students who entered Engineering Physics in 2017.
|THIRD YEAR COURSES|
|APSC 278||Engineering Materials||3|
|APSC 279||Engineering Materials Laboratory||1|
|CPEN 312||Digital Systems and Microcomputers||3|
|ELEC 221||Signals and Systems||4|
|MATH 305||Applied Complex Analysis||3|
|MATH 307||Applied Linear Algebra||3|
|MECH 280||Introduction to Fluid Mechanics||3|
|MECH 325||Mechanical Design I||4|
|MECH 360||Mechanics of Materials||3|
|PHYS 301||Electricity and Magnetism||3|
|PHYS 304||Introduction to Quantum Mechanics||3|
|PHYS 350||Applications of Classical Mechanics||3|
1 The technical elective courses should be chosen to ensure a consistent package of courses in one subdiscipline of the appropriate Engineering option. Students are advised to consider electives for fourth and fifth year and to ensure that the prerequisites have been taken.Technical electives must be approved by the Director to count for degree credit. Consult the list of preapproved technical electives on this web site. For courses not on the list, email Dr. Marziali for approval. Technical elective requirements may be waived in part at the discretion of the Director for students pursuing dual degrees or minors.
Specialization in Mechanical Engineering – To qualify for a specialization in Mechanical Engineering students must take at least the following courses as part of their technical electives: (1) Two of MECH 375, MECH 380, MECH 463; (2) One additional course with subject code MECH.
Specialization in Electrical Engineering – To qualify for a specialization in Electrical Engineering students must take at least the following courses as part of their technical electives: (1) ELEC 431; (2) One of ELEC 342 or ELEC 343; (3) One additional course with subject code ELEC.
|FOURTH YEAR COURSES|
|ENPH 459||Engineering Physics Project I||5|
|One of ELEC 341, MECH 466||4|
|MATH 318||Probability and Physical Applications||3|
|MATH 400||Applied Partial Differential Equations||3|
|PHYS 401||Electromagnetic Theory||3|
|1 Chosen in consultation with the Director. Technical elective requirements may be waived in part at the discretion of the Director for students pursuing dual degrees or minors. Students enrolled in CIE may obtain technical elective credit while on exchange.|
|FIFTH YEAR COURSES|
|APSC 450||Professional Engineering Practice||2|
|ENPH 352||Laboratory Techniques in Physics||2|
|ENPH 479||Engineering Physics Project II||4|
|One of MATH 405, 406, PHYS 4101||3|
|MECH 326||Mechanical Design II||3|
|PHYS 403||Statistical Mechanics||3|
|ELEC 301||Electronic Circuits||4|
|ELEC 481||Economic Analysis of Engineering Projects||3|
|1 Students planning on graduate studies should make sure to take one of MATH 401 (as an elective)
or MATH 406. Due to credit exclusion, only one of MATH 401, 406 can be taken.
|2 Chosen in consultation with the Director. Technical elective requirements may be waived
in part at the discretion of the Director for students pursuing dual degrees or minors.
|3 See Complementary Studies Courses|