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MSc PhD Research Programs




M.Sc. (Medical/Health Physics)
Research Based Program

The Masters program with thesis consists of two or three courses from the 700 series offered by the department or from another department offering courses suitable for the candidate's program. In special cases, courses may be drawn from the 400 series. The program of study extends through a minimum period of twelve months. Frequently two summers of research work plus one winter of research and coursework are required to complete the program.

Please review Supplementary Regulations for the MSc Program in Physics which are posted on the U of M Physics & Astronomy web site.

Ph.D. (Medical/Health Physics)

In addition to the admission requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, the normal procedure to be a candidate for a Ph.D. degree is to complete an M.Sc. degree first. However, students with an honours degree from the University of Manitoba or equivalent may be accepted directly into the Ph.D. program.

Please review the Supplementary Regulations for the PhD Program which are posted on the U of M Physics & Astronomy web site.