Hi guys, I am going to be picking a college pretty soon. I am looking into this college course at the minute. I think its a double major (or so I guess from reading these forums).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Year 1 Semester 1

PH4131 Mechanics/Heat/Elect/Mag

PH4051 Meas. & Properties of Matter

CE4701 Computer Software 1

MS4021 Calculus 1

MS4131 Linear Algebra 1

Year 1 Semester 2

PH4102 Waves/Light/Modern Physics

PH4092 Semiconductor Devices

MS4022 Calculus 2

MS4212 Data Analysis

MS4111 Discrete Mathematics

Year 2 Semester1

PH4041 Optics

PH4171 Mechanics

MS4013 Linear Analysis

MS4613 Vector Analysis

MS4403 Ordinary Differential Equations

Year 2 Semester 2

PH4072 Electromagnetism

PH4132 Modern Physics

PH4042 Thermal Physics

MS4014 Intro to Numerical Analysis

MS4404 Partial Differential Equations

Year 3 Semester 1

PH4061 Quantum Mechanics

PH4021 Physics of Solids

MA4607 Introduction to Applied Mathematical Modelling

MS4025 Applied Analysis

Elective from

PH4161 Atomic/Molecular/Laser Physics

MS4008 Numerical Solutions to PDEs

MS4105 Linear Algebra 2

MS4213 Probability Theory

Year 3 Semester 2

Work placement in industry.

Year 4 Semester 1

PH4607 Solid State Physics 1

MS4627 Maths of Natural Phenomena

MS4407 Asymptotic Analysis

PHXXXX Project 1

Elective from

PH4081 Nanotechnology 1

PH4091 Physics of Modern Measurement

Year 4 Semester 2

PH4608 Solid State Physics 2

MS4018 Dynamical Systems

MS4408 Mathematical Models

MSXXXX Project 2

Elective from

PH4062 Nanotechnology 2

PH4018 Medical Instrumentation

So My questions are

Is Fourier Analysis included in the list under a different name or is it not done at all?

Is it normal to have a lack of almost any Relativity or Particle Physics apart from the Introduction to modern physics module?

Is this list much different to that which is covered in the states?

If I want to attend graduate school in the states, will there be extra work involved to catch up on areas that are possibly lacking in this course?

I thank you for taking the time to read this and appreciate any response.

Thanks.

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