Mathematical PhysicsThe University of Melbourne
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- Melbourne (Australia)
What you'll learn on the course
From black holes, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, to acoustics and aerodynamics, mathematical physics has helped answer many of the big questions about our world.
Inspired by physics with mathematical methods and rigour, this major will integrate knowledge principally from physics and mathematics to equip you with the necessary tools to think critically about the world and how it works.
You will gain a deep understanding of the physical world and develop skills in analysis, problem solving and critical thinking that will enable you to adapt to a wide range of tasks in research, teaching and management.
Study of Mathematical Physics is also available in the at Melbourne.Careers
A Mathematical Physics major will provide you with a strong foundation for an employment or research career in areas like the general sciences, agriculture and environmental sciences, banking, finance, commerce, engineering, government, and education.
Job titles may include logistics/project manager, market research consultant or medical analyst.