Math Physics Ph.D.

Mathematical Physics Ph.D.

You must be enrolled in either the Department of Mathematics or the Department of Physics for this program. Basic preparation should include courses in advanced calculus, linear algebra, modern algebra, complex variables, classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, modern physics, thermodynamics, and statistical mechanics. Knowledge of the following fields is desirable: real analysis, differential equations, probability, topology, differential geometry, and functional analysis.

Use your Graduate Academic Bulletin

Students pursuing a graduate degree in Mathematical Physics should use the University Graduate School Academic Bulletin.

Official requirements for our Mathematical Physics Ph.D. degree can be found by clicking on the Bulletin below:

2017-18: Mathematical Physics University Graduate School Academic Bulletin