PHYS 4250 - Computational Physics
(3 Credits)

Application of numerical methods and programming skills to model a variety of physics problems on a computer. Topics include differential equations, boundary value and eigenvalue problems, special functions, and Monte Carlo methods, with examples from classical, quantum, and statistical mechanics. Prerequisites: COMP 1012 or COMP 1013 or COMP 1010 or COMP 1011; and PHYS 3496 or PHYS 2490; or permission of the department.