Advanced
mathematical
methods
are
increasingly
important
in
basic
and
applied
research
in
physics,
helping
to
drive
exciting
developments
in
both
technology
(for
example,
quantum
optics
and
nanotechnology)
and
fundamental
physics
(for
example
cosmology
and
quantum
information
theory).
The
Department
of
Applied
Mathematics,
in
collaboration
with
the
Department
of
Physics,
has
therefore
introduced
an
undergraduate
program
entitled
"**Mathematical
Physics**".

The
program
offers
an
integrated
set
of
courses
in
mathematics
and
physics,
leading
to
the
BMath
Honours
Degree
or
the
BSc
Honours
Degree.
We
also
offer
opportunities
for
summer
undergraduate
research
terms,
with
the
possibility
of
working
with
researchers
in
the
Institute
of
Quantum
Computing
and
the
Perimeter
Institute.

If your interests are focused on the theoretical/mathematical side of physics then this is the program for you.