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Что я буду изучать?

The Master’s Program is designed to give students a deeper appreciation of physics while giving them a comprehensive exposure to research methodology that will allow them to become independent researchers. Research is being carried out in the following areas:

Astrophysics (High Energy Phenomena, Stellar and Binary Evolution, Pulsars)
Solid State Physics (Condensed Matter Physics, Many-Body Theory, Highly Correlated Systems)
Theoretical Physics (Cosmology, Gravitational Theory, Dark Energy)
Particle Physics (Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics)

The MSc degree requires the successful defense of a thesis (Physics 600; 15 credits), participation in the seminar series (Physics 580 & 581; 18 credits), and the completion of a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) from lecture courses offered at the 500-level. Additional courses may be required of the student depending on his/her background. Course selection is determined in consultation with the thesis supervisor and departmental chair. Students must register in the thesis course (Physics 600) for each year that they are enrolled in the program. The minimum number of credits required to complete the MSc degree is 45. The following is a list of courses that can be offered:

Quantum Mechanics I (PHY561)
Quantum Mechanics II (PHY562)
Condensed Matter Physics (PHY564)
Electromagnetic Theory (PHY565)
Theoretical Topics (PHY566)
Statistical Mechanics (PHY567)
Advanced Quantum Theory (PHY571)
Particle Physics (PHY572)
Advanced General Relativity (PHY573)
Relativistic Astrophysics (PHY574)
Numerical Methods and Simulations (PHY575)
Stellar Astrophysics I (PHY576)
Many-Body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter Systems (PHY577)
Selected Topics in Astronomy and Astrophysics (PHY578)
Selected Theoretical Topics (PHY579)
Graduate Seminar I (PHY580)
Graduate Seminar II (PHY581)
Stellar Astrophysics II (PHY586)
Thesis Research Dissertation (PHY600)

На каком факультете я буду учиться?

Faculty of Arts and Science

Варианты обучения

Очная (45 кредитных часов)

CAD$25,455.50 (1,054,932 руб) за 1 год
Course-based: CAN $848.52 per credit, Thesis-based: CAN $622.05; Compulsory Fees: CAN $1,618.87
Начало обучения

Предполагаемое начало: Январь 2023


Faculty of Arts and Science

2600 College Street,


Quebec (QC),

J1M 1Z7, Canada

Вступительные требования

Для иностранных студентов

MSc Entrance Requirements

The program is open to graduates of any university of recognized standing who have obtained at least a Bachelor’s degree with honours with a Class II standing (GPA of 3/4 or its equivalent). An applicant who has followed a combined program (e.g., majors in math and physics), must have obtained at least a Class II standing in their physics courses. Applicants who do not satisfy these requirements may, with the permission of the University, be admitted to a qualifying year to bring their standing up to that of an honours degree. Alternatively the department may require students to do additional courses to those that are considered mandatory to meet the minimum requirements. Even if MSc applicants meet the minimum requirements, the department is not obligated to accept applicants based on the availability of supervisors, financial considerations, ability to offer the necessary courses, or the ranking of more qualified candidates.

Proof of proficiency in English, such as your TOEFL score is required unless English is your first language or you have attended at least one year of university in an English language institution. We expect in principle a minimum TOEFL score of 580 (paper based), 237 (computer based), 90 (Internet based), or a minimum IELTS score of 6.5.


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