Students must successfully complete a minimum of 69 units to a maximum of 78 units in Courses Constituting the Field of Astrophysics while fulfilling the following requirements:

3 units - Astrophysics 305

6 units - Physics 227^{1} or 211 or 221; and 229

3 units - Mathematics 211 or 213

3 units - Mathematics 265^{2} or 275^{2} or 249^{2}

3 units - Mathematics 267^{2} or 277^{2}

3 units - Chemistry 201 or 203 or 211 or 209

3 units - Computer Science 217 or Data Science 211

9 units - Astrophysics 307, 401, 403

24 units - Physics 341, 343, 355, 375, 381, 443, 449 and 455

9 units - Physics 481, and Astrophysics 503 and 509

3 units - Mathematics 311 or 313

6 units - Mathematics 375^{2} or 376^{2}, and Mathematics 367^{2} or 377^{2}

3 units - Physics 435 or Mathematics 433

15 units - Physics 451, 457, 501, 543, and 599.

18 units - Breadth Requirement: Options from faculties other than the Faculty of Science, excluding courses in Table I. Of these 18 units, at least 6 units must be from the Faculty of Arts. Science 311 may be counted among the 18 units from other faculties.

9 units - Options

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*^{1}The recommended course for the Physics major is Physics 227.

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*^{2}The recommended sequence for Mathematics courses in Physics and Astronomy is Mathematics 265, 267, 376, and 367.