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In the Physics dept:

Mathematical Methods 1

Waves & Diffraction

Quantum Mechanics

Thermal Physics

Electromagnetic Theory 1

Solid State Physics

Nuclear & Particle Physics

Atomic Systems

Particle Physics

Research Project

In the Maths dept:

Mathematical Methods (ODEs and PDEs)

Analysis of Differentiation and Integration

Methods of Complex Analysis

Abstract Algebra

Mechanics of Rigid and Deformable Bodies

Dynamical Systems

Partial Differential Equations (calculus of variations, Hamiltonian formalism etc)

Mathematical Physics (operators, symmetries, lie groups etc)

Further Complex Analysis

I could substitute the Algebra course for a Topology course, depending on which is more useful, and then do Differential Geometry instead of Further Complex Analysis.

Is this adequate to get into a good PhD program? I'm concerned about the lack of relativity and more advanced quantum mechanics courses. The alternative is to drop most of the Maths and do GR and Quantum Theory, but I want a good foundation in Maths. There's not much scope for flexibility here.