Courses in quantum information have been offered at Waterloo since the 1999-2000 academic year. The number and breadth of courses have increased substantially in recent years. These courses can be taken as part of a wide range of graduate and undergraduate programs offered at the University of Waterloo.
Please note that many Quantum Information and Computing (QIC) courses are cross listed or held with corresponding home unit courses. In such cases, students can choose which section to enrol in. The sections are equivalent, and any course cross listed or held with a QIC course will count towards the QIC course requirements. Descriptions for all QIC courses are in the calendar and class scheduling information is available in the Schedule of Classes for Graduate Students.
- QIC 710 - Quantum Information Processing
- QIC 820 - Theory of Quantum Information
- QIC 880 - Nanoelectronics for Quantum Information Processing
- QIC 890 - Modern Quantum Optics and Nanophotonics
- QIC 890 - Spin-Based Quantum Information Processing
- QIC 890 - Approximate Representation Theory of Groups and Non-Local Games
- QIC 890 - Introduction to Noise Processes
- QIC 823 - Quantum Algorithms
- QIC 890/891 - Topics in Quantum-Safe Cryptography