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I'd like to know from fellow physics/EE graduate students if there are any advanced mathematics classes/disciplines you would recommend knowing.

Thanks

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I'd like to know from fellow physics/EE graduate students if there are any advanced mathematics classes/disciplines you would recommend knowing.

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partial differential equations, modern/quantum physics

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Wait, are you recommending numerical analysis or real analysis?

Numerical analysis is certainly important (I recommend it too), but I have a hard time seeing how anything in an abstract real analysis course taught by a math department has anything to do with engineering.

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Wait, are you recommending numerical analysis or real analysis?

Numerical analysis is certainly important (I recommend it too), but I have a hard time seeing how anything in an abstract real analysis course taught by a math department has anything to do with engineering.

Sorry for the confusion!

When he said 'numerical analysis,' I assumed he was talking about complex and real analysis. The mistake is mine.

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Numerical is definitely important. My course covered numerical ODEs, PDEs, non-linear systems, numerical linear algebra, etc. It was required for MEs and a couple other engineering majors.

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Keep those suggestions coming!

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