Graduate Studies - Admissions

Detailed instructions and forms for admissions can be found on the Yeates School of Graduate Studies Admissions website.

Both our MSc and PhD programs continue to accept applications.

Master of Science (MSc)

Students may be admitted to a MSc program in Physics in the field of Biomedical Physics from a range of undergraduate programs, including physics, biology, engineering, biochemistry, chemistry, or mathematics. Students may be expected to complete certain further undergraduate courses.

  • A minimum overall B average, with a minimum B+ average in the final half of an undergraduate program.
  • Completion of a relevant four-year undergraduate degree in Physics, Engineering, Engineering Physics or other related program from a recognized institution.
  • Two letters of reference are also required from former professors (one may be from a previous employer) familiar with the applicant's abilities.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Students may be admitted to the PhD program in Physics in the field of Biomedical Physics from a range of Master's programs, including physics, engineering, or a related field. They must show clear evidence of research potential.

  • A cumulative GPA of at least A- in all courses credited towards the Master's degree.
  • Completion of a relevant Master's degree in Physics, Engineering, or a relevant field from a recognized institution.
  • Two letters of reference are also required from former professors (one may be from a previous employer) familiar with the applicantant's abilities

English Language Proficiency Requirement

Applicants whose language of instruction during their undergraduate or graduate studies was not English are required to submit a test of English language proficiency. Minimum requirements and instructions for submission are found on the Graduate Admissions website at School of Graduate Studies Admissions.