|Faculty:||Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Architecture
|Description:||Physics is the study of matter and energy; it describes the universe at various levels (nuclei, atoms, solids, liquids, living objects, planets, the universe), and challenges and extends one’s ideas about all existing things.
This is a four-year program for students who want to acquire skills which will make them marketable for a wide range of careers. Upon graduation, students receive an Honours designation if they have achieved an overall average of 70% in their studies. Physics can be characterized as the study of the interrelation of matter, energy, space, and time. It is the foundation science behind most engineering and modern technological developments. This program gives students experimental skills including the use of modern instrumentation, methods of acquisition, interpretation, and dissemination of scientific knowledge develops analytical and problem-solving skills prepares students for graduate studies or for industrial careers in research and development.
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