This page has information regarding our undergraduate programs. For details regarding pursuing graduate studies with a faculty member in Physics & Astronomy, please go to opportunities for graduate studies.
The Trent Advantage
Discoveries in physics and astronomy continue to broaden our understanding of the universe and advance space exploration, speed up communications, assist medical and environmental fields, and lead to new innovations such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and high-density computer memory. You will learn to bring abstract yet powerful concepts to life, ask important questions about the most basic particles and forces in nature, and apply what you learn to complex systems such as novel quantum materials and celestial bodies.
Explore our programs below and keep in mind that students may also take a joint major between almost any two programs at Trent; some popular choices include Physics-Geography, Physics-Environmental Science, and Physics-Biology.
B.Sc. Chemical Physics
B.Sc. Computing Systems and Physics
B.Sc. Mathematical Physics