# A List of the Graduate-Level Courses I've Taken

I enjoy taking classes. Here’s a comprehensive list of the non-research courses I’ve taken at the graduate level. Three-digit courses were taken at the University of Wisconsin as part of my PhD program, while the five-digit courses were classes I took as an undergraduate at Purdue.

# Plasma

- PHYS 525: Introduction to Plasmas
- PHYS 724: Plasma Waves and Instabilities
- PHYS 725: Plasma Kinetic Theory and Radiation Processes
- PHYS 726: Plasma Magnetohydrodynamics
- NE 903: Computational Ideal MHD

# Astrophysics

- ASTRON 702: Basic Astrophysics II
- ASTRON 715: Stellar Interiors and Evolution
- PHYS 772: High Energy Astrophysics

# Other Physics

- PHYS 711: Theoretical Physics: Dynamics
- PHYS 715: Statistical Mechanics
- PHYS 717: Relativity
- PHYS 721: Theoretical Physics: Electrodynamics
- PHYS 731: Quantum Mechanics I
- PHYS 732: Quantum Mechanics II
- PHYS 805: Techniques of Theoretical Physics
- PHYS 831: Quantum Field Theory I
- PHYS 55600: Introductory Nuclear Physics

# Mathematics

- MATH 714: Methods of Computational Math I
- MATH 715: Methods of Computational Math II
- MATH 716: Ordinary Differential Equations
- MATH 722: Complex Analysis
- MATH 751: Introductory Topology I
- MATH 819: Partial Differential Equations I
- MATH 820: Partial Differential Equations II
- MATH 821: Advanced Topics in Real Analysis (More PDEs)
- MATH 51000: Vector Calculus
- MATH 51100: Linear Algebra

At Purdue, I made the mistake of assuming a course being graduate level implied some novelty. Those two math courses were a complete waste of time.

# Computer Science

- CS 759: High Performance Computing for Applications in Engineering
- CS 787: Advanced Algorithms
- ECE 757: Advanced Computer Architecture II

# Mechanical Engineering

- ME 56200: Advanced Dynamics
- ME 56300: Mechanical Vibrations
- ME 57900: Digital Signal Processing
- ME 61200: Continuum Mechanics

# Economics

- ECON 51100: Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECON 51200: Intermediate Macroeconomics