Modules 2013/14These pages show your course choice options for the 2013/14 academic year, in the Mathematics and Physics programme either as a BSc or as a MMath/MPhys. Note that this information is for students on the new undergraduate course scheme only (2010 entry and later). Please see also general information on course choices in the Mathematics Department and in the Department of Physics.
First YearIn the Mathematics Department, you take two 30 credit modules that run during the entire teaching year:
Altogether you obtain 60 credits in Mathematics. In the Physics Department, you take
Altogether you obtain 60 credits in Physics.
Second YearIn the Mathematics Department you take one module in each term
Altogether you obtain 30 credits in Mathematics, and 90 credits of Physics modules. The modules you take in Physics are:
Final Year of BScYou first need to decide whether you want to do your final year project in Mathematics BA/BSc final-year project MAT00004H (40 credits), or Physics. All students take Physics modules in Quantum Physics II: Quantum Mechanics and Nuclear Physics (20 credits) and Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics (20 credits). You then choose further modules subject to the following rules:
The optional Maths modules are:
In the Physics Department the optional modules are: List B2
List B3
Third Year MPhys/MMathAll students take:
You then choose further optional modules subject to the following rules:
The optional Maths modules are:
The optional Physics modules are: List B1
List B2
List B3
Final Year MPhys/MMathStudents studying for the MMath take the final year project BA/BSc final-year project MAT00004H (40 credits). Students studying for the MPhys do their project in Physics (60 credits). You then choose further optional modules subject to the following rules:
All students choose 40 credits of optional Mathematics modules from
If you are studying for the MMath you also choose 40 credits of optional Physics modules. If you are studying for the MPhys you choose 20 credits of optional Physics modules from the list below:
Current module choices are are subject to change. |
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