THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS
This course is intended introduce graduates in theoretical physics, mathematics, and related disciplines to current ideas and methods at the forefront of modern theoretical physics and mathematics research, including
Applicants must have a recognised primary degree which is considered equivalent to Irish university primary degree level.
2.1 BSc Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, or physics degree with substantial mathematics component, or mathematics degree with substantial physics component.
|How to apply|
Online application only www.pac.ie/maynoothuniversity
PAC CODE : MHQ56
Full-time students will take 30 ECTS each semester, plus the 30-ECTS research project over the summer. The 60 ECTS of taught modules normally includes at least 40 ECTS at 500- and 600-level. The 500- and 600-level modules each have at least 3 contact hours per week including tutorials/problem classes. Several reading modules and advanced final year undergraduate modules are included to allow flexibility to address the needs of the students, given the likely diversity of their backgrounds.
Duration: 1 year full-time
Programme Director Dr Jonivar Skullerud and Dr Mark Walsh
Tel +353 -1- 7083774/3914
Email Jonivar.Skullerud@mu.ie, Mark.Walsh@mu.ie
Website - https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/mathematics-and-statistics
Address - Department of Theoretical Physics, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
|Career and postgraduate options|
Many graduates of this programme will wish to pursue PhD study in the areas of theoretical physics or mathematics, often with a view to an academic or research career. An MSc in these areas provides a strong and necessary foundation. For application to many PhD programmes, it is an essential qualification.
For further information on Postgraduate options please go to the Graduate Studies site