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Advising and Support

Academic advising during COVID-19

All in-person advising and information sessions are now being offered remotely. Learn more

 

Department of Physics forms

Faculty of Arts and Science forms

 

Undergraduate advising

All full- and part-time undergraduate students, as well as non-program and independent undergraduate students who are currently taking Physics courses, can seek academic advising with our Academic Advisor at any time during the term. To make an appointment, please send an email to the Academic Advisor.

As a student of the Department of Physics you can also contact the Student Academic Services (SAS) of the Faculty of Arts and Science.

General information on course registration can be found on the Undergraduate section of the Registration guide and on the Faculty of Arts and Science advising page.

Undergraduate students seeking advising on administrative matters or having administrative issues are referred to the Undergraduate Program Assistant.

 

Department of Physics documents

 

Graduate advising

Graduate students that encounter issues affecting their academic or research performance should refer to their supervisors, their supervisory committees or the Graduate Program Director. Please read the Problem resolution section of the Graduate Program Policy.

General information on course registration can be found on the Graduate section of the Registration guide.

As a student of the Department of Physics you can also contact the Student Academic Services (SAS) of the Faculty of Arts and Science.

Graduate students seeking advising on administrative matters or having administrative issues are referred to the Graduate Program Assistant.

Academic integrity

Concordia’s reputation is paramount and is a reflection of the quality of the research and education offered at Concordia. For this reason Concordia has created the Academic Code of Conduct to inform students of what is appropriate and forbidden in order to keep the reputations of everyone at Concordia at the highest possible standard.

We encourage our students to trust in their own abilities and when in doubt, to consult a professor or the Code of Conduct. You can learn more about the Academic Integrity and the Academic Code of Conduct through the Student Hub.

Newly admitted graduate students must complete the Academic Success & Integrity Module before the DNE deadline in their first term at Concordia.

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The Department of Physics undergraduate course requirements and descriptions are listed on the Undergraduate Calendar.

On the Graduate Calendar are listed the degree requirements and course descriptions of the M.Sc. in Physics program and of the Ph.D. in Physics program.

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