The Department of Physics at Queen's University provides excellent undergraduate programs in Physics and Engineering Physics. In addition to the Honours Physics program, students may have the option to specialize in any of a number of areas including Astrophysics, Mathematical Physics, Chemical Physics, and Geological Science with Physics. The Engineering Physics program offers a study of fundamental physical principles and modern experimental techniques. The core courses in this program will prepare students for professional practice or graduate studies in applied or engineering physics.

Information for prospective Engineering Physics students is here.

The Department houses student lounge and study areas, an undergraduate computer lab, and experimental laboratories and equipment. There is an on-campus Astronomical Observatory for student research and public tours. Queen's University has a Science and Engineering Library with an extensive collection of undergraduate and graduate textbooks, journals and special collections. Extensive computing facilities and study areas are also available.

The undergraduate computer lab
The Queens Observatory (website)

The Department of Physics has a student-run Physics Club and a Department Student Council. Students have access to undergraduate advising in Physics through the Department's Chairs of Undergraduate Studies in Physics and Astronomy (Faculty of Arts and Science) and Engineering Physics (Faculty of Applied Science). The Queen's University Career Planning and Placement Office and the Department's teaching faculty are able to advise students about career of graduate opportunities in their field of interest.