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We provide the following schedules to help you with your course planning. These schedules avoid common conflicts and demonstrate how one can complete their degree program in four years by taking a full load of courses in Fall and Spring terms each year. If you take Summer term classes you can reduce the average number of units taken each term. Be sure to check Summer term course offerings carefully to avoid disappointment. Click on your program below for a pdf with your suggested schedule.
Mathematical Physics Honours
If you are using MySchedule, login in to MySchedule from go.sfu.ca and then use these links below to get you started. By default the classes come up "pinned" (ie. with particular lab and tutorial sections chosen). You might find that it helps to "unpin" your classes before adding any additional courses to your schedule or to view the possible combinations of labs and tutorials that are available to you. The schedules provided correspond to the current set of requirements. Please check to see if your requirements are different.
Physics has adopted a standard schedule for all of our courses. We are hoping that by taking this step we’ll be able to avoid most course conflicts and ultimately enable you to graduate in as few as four years. We have managed to avoid almost all conflicts with these suggested schedules.
Requisite flow charts
To help you plan your courses, we have created flow charts showing the requisite structure for all of our programs. These documents will help you determine which courses have more flexibility in your degree and which need to be taken early to avoid delaying your graduation.
Physics: PHYSMAJ and PHYSHON
Applied Physics: APPHMAJ and APPHHON
Biological Physics: BIPHMAJ and BIPHHON
Chemical Physics: CHPHMAJ and CHPHHON
Mathematical Physics: MAPHHON