PHZ3113C: Mathematical Physics 4
Prerequisites: PHY 2049 and MAC 2313 Co-requisites: MAP 2302
Description: This course is an application of mathematical methods to physics in areas including vector analysis, matrices and group theory, complex analysis, Fourier series and transforms, special functions, and boundary-value problems. The laboratory will focus on computational techniques and applications. This course will be three credit hours of lecture and one credit hour of laboratory.
Availability: This course is normally offered Fall term only