Why Grad Studies?Why Grad Studies?Queen's University

Program Overview

The Department of Physics at Queen’s University is one of the leading Canadian research institutes in Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy. Our faculty includes high-profile, world-class physicists who work on cutting edge areas of theoretical, computational, applied and experimental physics.

Our students have the opportunity to engage in international collaborations as well as inter-disciplinary research with other departments at Queen's, and work in state-of-the-art laboratories. Students in Condensed Matter Physics, Optics, and Engineering Physics work on a number of innovative research projects, including nanophotonics, nonlinear and quantum optics, nanophysics, quantum materials, theoretical biophysics, Bose-Einstein condensation, organic light-emitting devices, and semiconductor spintronics.

Specializations:

  • Applied Magnetics
  • Electronic Device Physics
  • Material
  • Physics
  • Photonics
  • Ultrasonic Imaging

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Why MEng?

The Master of Engineering (MEng) is an eight month coursework based graduate program that is designed for engineering graduates who want to enhance their technical and professional skills to have a competitive edge in today’s job market.

Why Queen’s for your MEng?

Queen’s Engineering has leading-edge faculty, state of the art facilities and a customizable program to help you enhance your employment opportunities.

Program Details:

The requirement for the MEng degree is eight courses. Two of the courses can be at the 400 undergraduate level. Students are eligible to take any course listed in the Graduate Calendar, as long as at least four of the courses are taken from their home department. Students generally take a set of courses that fit their background and interests.