Optics

​​​​​​​​Lead Faculty

Arts and Science

Participating Degree Programs

Chemistry—MSc
Electrical and Computer Engineering—MASc
Materials Science and Engineering—MASc
Physics—MSc​

Overview

The graduate programs listed above participate in the Collaborative Master's Program in Optics. The program focuses on the study of optics, photonics, and the interaction of light and matter. Optics is a truly multidisciplinary field, crossing the boundaries between pure and applied science. The collaborative program allows students to explore these multidisciplinary aspects.

Students who wish to participate in the collaborative program must be admitted to both a master's program in one of the collaborating graduate departments mentioned above and the collaborative program. Submit an application form, available from the collaborative program office (the Institute for Optical Sciences); normal deadlines for application to the School of Graduate Studies apply. Students who have already been admitted to a master's program in a home department may apply to the collaborative p​rogram within the first month of their program.

Upon successful completion of the master's degree requirements of the participating home department and the collaborative program, students receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Program in Optics” on their transcript and parchment.

Contact and Address

Web: www.optics.utoronto.ca
Email: eistrate@optics.utoronto.ca
Telephone: (416) 978-1804
Fax: (416) 978-3936

Collaborative Master's Program in Optics Institute for Optical Sciences
University of Toronto
Suite 331, 60 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A7
Canada

Programs

Master's Level

Admission Requirements

  • Admission to an MSc or MASc degree program in one of the four collaborating units.

  • Commitment to make optics or photonics the main focus of study in that program, as stated in the application form for the collaborative program.

Program Requirements

  • Meet all respective degree requirements of the School of Graduate Studies and the home department.

  • Successful completion of the collaborative program core course IOS 1500H.

  • If a thesis is required by the home graduate unit, its topic must fall in the broad area of optics. A member of the collaborative program's faculty must be part of the examination committee.

Course List

IOS 1500H   Selected Topics in Optics

See also full course listings in the Departments of:
Chemistry
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Physics