I'm wondering if there's anyone who knows anything about this. In U of T there's a http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/calendar/prg_mat.htm" [Broken] (Scroll to the VERY bottom.)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering if it is a double major in physics and math or not? If not, then will it be more of a degree in Math OR Physics and will I be able to take enough course to make it a double major? (I see it's in the math dept. page but the physics dept. page links to it.)

Also, I'm completely torn to whether I should take this program or Waterloo's Mathematical Physics program from the science faculty. Any suggestions?

I read some previous post and some people make it seem that in U of T it is a lot harder to get a high mark, is this really true?

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# U of T's 'Math and Physics' and Waterloo's 'Mathematical Physics'

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