# Modules Studied for my MSci degree

** Published:**

Here is a breakdown of the modules I studied during my MSci Theoretical Physics with Applied Mathematics degree at Lancaster University.

**First Year Modules (HE4)**

Mathematics: | Algebraic Concepts Analytical Methods Calculus Discrete Methods Foundation Mathematics Linear Algebra Probability Series & Functions Statistics |

Physics: | Fundamental Mechanics Mechanics of Real Systems Mechanical Waves & Sound Thermal Properties of Matter Theoretical Analysis |

**Second Year Modules (HE5)**

Mathematics: | Complex Analysis Groups & Rings Linear Algebra Real Analysis |

Physics: | Classical Waves Electromagnetism I Mathematical Physics I & II Quantum Mechanics I Solid State Physics I Special Relativity Theoretical Mechanics & Variations Theoretical Quantum Mechanics Thermal Physics |

**Third Year Modules (HE6)**

Mathematics: | Differential Equations Representation Theory |

Physics: | Advanced Relativity Atomic & Nuclear Physics Electromagnetism II Fluid Dynamics Particle Physics I Quantum Mechanics II Solid State Physics II Statistical Physics |

Projects: | Applications of Group Theory to Quantum Mechanics Electromagnetic Radiation from an Arbitrarily Moving Charged Particle Operator Techniques in Quantum Mechanics |

**Fourth Year Modules (HE7)**

Mathematics: | Character Theory Hilbert Space Topology & Fractals |

Physics: | Advanced Magnetism Matter at Low Temperature Particle Physics II Quantum Mechanics III |

Project: | Differential Geometry with Applications to Physics |