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What are the requisite courses you need to apply to graduate school in physics?

chinabluechinablue Registered User Posts: 814 Member
Anyone know requisite courses you need to apply to graduate school in physics?

Replies to: What are the requisite courses you need to apply to graduate school in physics?

  • chinabluechinablue Registered User Posts: 814 Member
    Anyone know requisite courses you need to apply to graduate school in physics?
  • nubswitstubsnubswitstubs Registered User Posts: 564 Member
    you'll get more informed responses on a forum with graduate students. try looking at the gradcafe. i'm not in graduate school for physics, but i'm certain you'll need some upper level math courses such as real analysis, differential geometry, pde, etc..
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