Transferable skills you’ll develop include data investigation, high-level numeracy and good research skills. Students should consult their official Academic Calendar to obtain current information about degree requirements, course offerings and sessional dates. 1000 Level | 2000 Level | 3000 Level | 4000 Level | 6000 and Up. * Course schedule changes every year. Core Undergraduate Physics Courses. Overview of the undergraduate Physics courses in the Natural Sciences Tripos, including aims and objectives, Tables of the courses for the each term for each year-group, and a flow chart showing various route through the undergraduate physics course. For course advice on Specialization and Honours programs please contact the undergraduate advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students on a physics degree will gain subject-specific skills including knowledge of specific physics topics, such as electromagnetism and quantum and classical mechanics. The Harvard Physics Department has a large and very active undergraduate program, graduating 50-60 majors (concentrators) a year (including those in the Chemistry and Physics concentration, also administered by the department). All other Physics courses and their descriptions are available through the University of Alberta Calendar. For advice on courses appropriate for your general Physics program, please email email@example.com. Undergraduate Course Information Undergraduate Course information is a comprehensive list covering physics (PHYS), engineering physics (ENPH and APSC) and astronomy courses (ASTR). The Physics Course Handbook (the so-called "Blue Book", as a pdf) gives details about all the physics courses available for undergraduates. Department of Physics & Astronomy McMaster University ABB-241 1280 Main Street West Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8S 4M1 Contact Information Telephone Inquiries: +1 (905) 525-9140 ext.24559 Fax: (905) 546-1252 Email Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Undergraduate Physics and Astronomy Courses. Here are some informal and qualitative big-picture explanations about what the core courses are all about and why they are worth your time to take, to master, and to enjoy. Undergraduate Courses in Physics and Physical Oceanography. The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers courses that reveal how nature works with topics ranging from how quantum probability governs our world to the lifecycle of stars to quantitative calculations involving billions of interacting particles. OK, physics sounds like fun but why does a physics major (or minor) have to take all these courses, whose abstracts in the Bulletin are often hard to understand?