I have a master's in physics. I'm looking at PhD programs, but I really don't want to take the same courses over and take comprehensive exams (or the damn GRE). I managed to squeeze in a few math classes before I finished. I would like to do research in physics, but from a more math-heavy angle. I want to take more math courses as well as advanced physics courses. I've been studying computation on my own lately. Computational skills would be beneficial for the private sector; I'm not pursuing a career in academia. I've been looking around but I can't find flexible math/physics PhD programs. Math and physics departments are usually very distinct and separate. Their structures haven't changed in ages. Any suggestions for grad programs? I would also consider schools outside of the US.