A major emphasis in Mathematical Physics prepares students to describe and apply the central applied mathematics concepts and techniques that allow scientists to study and predict physical systems (calculus, probability and statistics, linear algebra, ordinary and partial differential equations). The program’s interdisciplinary nature provides students with the foundation to identify mathematical approaches that form the foundation of the subjects in the undergraduate physics canon.

# Mathematical Physics

Major Emphasis

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## Mathematical Physics Faculty

### Sara Chamberlin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physics### Cory Christenson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Chair of Physics### Michael McCracken, Ph.D.

Professor of Physics; Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Faculty Support; Coordinator of Engineering Dual-degree Program### William Sheers, Ph.D.

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