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I graduated 2 years ago with a BSc in Neural Computation /w minor Astrophysics. The past 2 years i've tried to learn game programming but I realized my passion is simulating the sciences in 3D environments(particularly Astrophysics and ALife/Cogsci).

I was a B+ student with avg breakdown of MATH A, PHYS A-, COMPSCI B+

PSYCH & LIFESCI C+....As you can see my psych marks are pretty bad but my other marks are relatively comfortable.

My problem is that applying to grad school I don't fit under the courses bracket for any of the depts: Math, Compsci, Phys, Psych.

My QUESTION is...How do I approach the departments with the problem above wanting to do an Interdisplinary programme in either math/cs/physics or math/cs/psych. Most of these depts require taking alot of grad courses in single dept.

But what I want to take are courses from each dept like

Bifurcation & Stability Theory

Dynamical Systems(some differ from the above)

Math. Neurosci.

Numerical Methods (I-II if they have both)

Number THeory

Chaos Theory

Graphics

Animations

Computer Vision

Computer Audition

Computer Linguistics

4 courses in Astrophysics(Stellar formation, cosmology ...)

Classical Mechanics

OR

Vision/Audition/Child Development

Best

Jack

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