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Although this is usually a graduate course, I want to know what all the preqrequisites for studying it seriously are. (I've been reading Feynman, Schweber and a bit of Griffiths which pumped my interest).
I think mathematics should be calculus, group theory and all the stuff needed for QM. As for physics it looks like: CM (Lagrangian and Hamiltonian particularly), QM, some SM, classical electrodynamics. Quantum Field Theory?
Cheers
Vivek
I think mathematics should be calculus, group theory and all the stuff needed for QM. As for physics it looks like: CM (Lagrangian and Hamiltonian particularly), QM, some SM, classical electrodynamics. Quantum Field Theory?
Cheers
Vivek