If you are interested in applying Physics to atmospheric, environmental, and climate science, consider taking some of the following courses as part of your program requirements:
- Courses specialized in climate and atmospheric physics: PHY392H1 "Physics of Climate" and PHY492H1 "Advanced Atmospheric Physics".
- Courses providing practical skills: PHY405H1 "Electronics Lab", PHY407H1 "Computational Physics", and PHY408H1 "Time Series Analysis".
- Courses in electrodynamics and its applications: PHY385H1 "Introductory Optics", PHY450H1 "Relativistic Electrodynamics".
- Courses on fluids and properties of nonlinear systems: PHY454H1 "Continuum Mechanics", PHY460H1 "Nonlinear Physics".
- Independent study and research courses: PHY371H1, PHY471H1, PHY478H1, etc.