Physics has deep historical roots in natural philosophy and many aspects of contemporary Physics raise profound philosophical questions about the nature of reality. The interdisciplinary Physics and Philosophy Program allows the student to engage with both Physics and Philosophy at their deepest levels, and to more fully explore the connections between them.
Consult Associate Chair (Undergraduate Studies), Department of Physics or Philosophy.
This is an open enrolment program. A student who has completed 4.0 credits may enrol in the program.
(15.0 credits, including at least 1.5 credits at the 400-level)
First Year: (2.5 credits)
First or Second Year: (1.5 credits)
Second Year: (3.0 credits)
Third Year: (2.0 credits)
Fourth Year: (1.0 credit)
Any Year: (5.0 credits)
( PHL345H1/ PHL347H1), PHL355H1, PHL356H1, ( PHL415H1/ PHL455H1/ PHL482H1), plus 1.0 credit of ( PHL325H1/ PHL331H1/ PHL332H1/ PHL346H1/ PHL354H1/ PHL357H1) plus 2.0 additional PHL credits, at least 0.5 credit of which must be from Course Group 2 - Value Theory (The courses PHL265H1, PHL275H1 are recommended.)