Hi forum members, I am studying Math Graduate Diploma at Kings College london. I am going to do M.Sc Theoretical Physics next year. I need your advice in choosing Math Grad Diploma modules closely related to the M.Sc theoretical Physics or modules which are helpful in understanding Theoretical Physics much better.

I have to choose 8 modules from the following:

Partial Differential Equations and Complex Variables

Analysis I

Linear Algebra

Geometry of Surfaces

Applied Analytic Methods

Topics in Mathematics

Real Analysis II

complex Analysis

Galois Theory

Topology

Logic

Special Relativity and Electromagnetism

Introductory Quantum Theory

Space-Time Geometry and General Relativity

Mathematical Finance II: continuous time

Rings and Modules

Representation Theory of Finite Groups

Linear Systems with Control Theory

Introduction to Linear Systems with Control Theory

History and Development of Mathematics

Topics in Applied Probability

Mathematical Finance I: discrete time

Theory of complex numbers

My selections:

# Intermediate dynamics

# Special relativity & electromagnetism

# Introductory quantum theory

# Space-time geometry & general relativity

My Tutor selections (Which are included with my selection):

# Representation theory of finite groups

# Fourier analysis

# Complex Analysis

# Groups and symmetries or Geometry of surfaces

My selections + my tutor selections = 8

However, my selections should be in such a way that it should be easy and must be related to physics.

Overall selection:

# Intermediate dynamics

# Special relativity & electromagnetism

# Introductory quantum theory

# Space-time geometry & general relativity

# Representation theory of finite groups (not sure about this)

# Fourier analysis

# Complex Analysis

# Geometry of surfaces

Please comment on my selection overall.

Is it too difficult for students as per my selection considered?

Is it related to understanding M.Sc theoretical Physics ?

What is your choice ?

Please add your choice that I need to consider.

Please advice me and guide me !

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http://www.mth.kcl.ac.uk/courses/