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Year 1 | Sem-1 | Physics I | Mathematics I | Linear Algebra | Introduction to formal mathematics | Statistics | TRIDYMEUS I | |

Sem-2 | Advanced Classical Physics | Symmetry I | Introductory Advanced Algebra | Tensors | Complex Calculus | TRIDYMEUS II | ||

Year 2 | Sem-1 | Special Relativity | Continuous geometry | Quantum Mechanics I | Differential Geometry | Abstract Algebra I | Special functions | |

Sem-2 | General Relativity I | Variant Calculi | Quantum Mechanics II | Topology I | Abstract Algebra II | |||

Year 3 | Sem-1 | General Relativity II | Applications of General Relativity | Quantum Mechanics III | Applications of Quantum Mechanics | Introductory Analysis | ELECTIVE MATH I | |

Sem-2 | ELECTIVE MATH II | ELECTIVE PHYSICS I | Symmetry II | Topology II | Advanced Analysis | |||

Year 4 | Sem-1 | Monte-Carlo simulations | ELECTIVE PHYSICS II | |||||

Sem-2 | Algebraic Geometry | ELECTIVE PHYSICS III |

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Guide to course codes:

*Colouring --*white: core (standard); red: core (long); green: reading course; blue: elective*Codes --*e.g. "MAO3204" refers to "Topology", "PHO2103" refers to "Quantum Mechanics I"... (for core courses); "PHR1202" refers to "Symmetry I" (for reading courses)*Elective codes --*e.g. "PHE2003" refers to "Thermal and Statistical Physics II" which is the third module available for Elective Physics II -- note, however, that math electives can be taken at either*Elective Math*slot, and are written, e.g. as "MAE0004", "Very abstract mathematics"*Lecture codes --*codes for individual lectures (or "articles", if you prefer) are obtained by appending to the lecture's course's course code, the three-digit number of the specific lecture as listed on the specific course page, e.g. "PHO2101-005" for the article "Minkowski everything -- invariants" as listed on the special relativity course page (if there are multiple sections in the course page, then just count).*Short URLs --*short URLs exist for each lecture (article), and are formed as "thewindingnumber.blogspot.com/p/[LECTURE CODE NUMBER].html" where "[LECTURE CODE NUMBER]" is the lecture code of the lecture without the text at the start, e.g. "2101-005" for the Minkowski article: thewindingnumber.blogspot.com/p/2101-005.html. Posts under the tag "*blog*" also have a short URL, of the format "/p/blog-000004.html".

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