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The materials covered in the computational physics course are:

applications of scientific computational techniques to solutions of differential equations, matrix methods, and Monte Carlo methods used in physics.

Materials covered in the E+M 2 course are:

Maxwell's equations, scalar and vector potentials, electromagnetic plane waves.

Also the computational class takes a trip to the Netherlands at the end of the semester to complete a project in collaboration with students from the Technical University Delft. I am wondering which class would be a better prep for physics graduate school and also look better on an application.

Thanks in advance!