Graduate Level Physics OpenCourseWare

Applied Nuclear Physics OpenCourseWare: A Free Online Graduate Study Course by MIT on Applied Nuclear Physics
'Applied Nuclear Physics' free OpenCourseWare was originally offered through MIT's Nuclear Science and Engineering Department. 'Applied Nuclear Physics' OpenCourseWare provides a graduate level introduction to the fundamentals of nuclear physics with an emphasis on applications for engineering students.

Astrophysics II OpenCourseWare: A Free Advanced Graduate Study Astrophysics Course by MIT
This is the second in a series of two required courses for students pursuing doctoral specializations in Astrophysics in MIT's Physics Department. 'Astrophysics II' is available free through MIT's OpenCourseWare program. 'Astrophysics II' OpenCourseWare covers topics, including galaxy formation, Newtonian cosmology and galactic dynamics.

Atomic and Optical Physics II OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT Graduate Study Physics Course
'Atomic and Optical Physics II' free OpenCourseWare was part of a graduate program in the Physics Department at MIT. It is the second in a series of two courses on the subject that provide a background for modern day research in various areas of optical and atomic physics.

Classical Mechanics OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Level Physics Course by MIT
'Classical Mechanics: A Computational Approach' was offered to graduate and advanced undergraduate students pursuing degrees in MIT's Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Physics Departments. It is now available as OpenCourseWare. The course is concerned with the basic principles of classical mechanics. It places a present day emphasis on qualitative phase space structure.

Cosmology OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Course by MIT on Astrophysical Cosmology
'Cosmology' was offered as an elective to advanced physics students pursuing graduate degrees at MIT. It is now available free through MIT's OpenCourseWare program. 'Cosmology' is a survey of astrophysical cosmology.

Effective Field Theories of QCD OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT Graduate Study Physics Course
'Strong Interactions: Effective Field Theories of QCD' was originally offered to students pursuing graduate degrees in the Physics Department at MIT. 'Strong Interactions: Effective Field Theories of QCD' OpenCourseWare covers the application and construction of effective or practical field theories.

Electromagnetic Theory OpenCourseWare: A Free Online MIT Graduate Study Course on Electromagnetic Theory
Learn about the principles of electromagnetism in this free online OpenCourseWare from MIT. 'Electromagnetic Theory' introduces students to the mathematical fundamentals of electromagnetism, with a focus on physical phenomena such as electromagnetic induction and the electric and magnetic properties of matter. This graduatelevel course is well suited for master's and doctoral students in Math, Physics and Astronomy.

General Relativity OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT GradLevel Course on the Study of Einstein's Relativity Theory
The original 'General Relativity' was a course in the Physics Department of MIT. It is now available through MIT's free OpenCourseWare program. 'General Relativity' begins by familiarizing students with Einstein's theory of relativity and then moves on to address cosmology and black holes.

ManyBody Theory for Condensed Matter Systems OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Online Graduate Level Physics Course
OpenCourseWare 'ManyBody Theory for Condensed Matter Systems' was original presented in the Physics Department at MIT. It looks at the physical pictures and concepts in back of various phenomena that show up in manybody systems that are interacting.

Nuclear and Particle Physics OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Nuclear Physics Course by MIT
Through its OpenCourseWare program, MIT provides the public with free access to many of its courses, such as 'Introduction to Nuclear and Particle Physics.' This course introduces students in MIT's Physics Department to the experimental and phenomenological foundations of nuclear and particle physics.

Particle Physics of the Early Universe OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Online Graduate Level Cosmology Course
MIT's 'Particle Physics of the Early Universe' course was designed for Physics doctoral students specializing in nuclear and particle theory. It is included in MIT's OpenCourseWare program. 'Particle Physics of the Early Universe' OpenCourseWare covers topics ranging from group theory fundamentals and thermodynamics to cosmic strings and baryon asymmetry.

Quantum Theory I OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT Graduate Study Introductory Course on Quantum Theory
Learn the principles of quantum theory in this free online OpenCourseWare from MIT. 'Quantum Theory I' introduces students to a variety of mathematical and scientific concepts, including quantum mechanics and quantum measurement. This graduatelevel course is well suited for master's and doctoral degree seeking students in Math, Physics or Astronomy.

Quantum Theory II OpenCourseWare: A Free Advanced Graduate Study Quantum Theory Course by MIT
Develop an advanced understanding of quantum theory in 'Quantum Theory II,' a free online OpenCourseWare from MIT. Following up on 'Quantum Theory I,' this course introduces students to high level topics in math and physics, including relativistic quantum mechanics. This graduatelevel course is well suited for master's and doctoral students in Math, Physics or Astronomy. Completion of 'Electromagnetism II' is recommended for students interested in this course.

Relativistic Quantum Field Theory I OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Introductory Graduate Level Course on Quantum Field Theory
'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory I' is the first in a series of three quantum field theory courses for doctoral Physics students in the nuclear and particle theory specialization. MIT offers the course free through its OpenCourseWare program. 'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory I' develops basic techniques and concepts through applications of physics of condensed matter and the physic of elementary particle.

Relativistic Quantum Field Theory II OpenCourseWare: A Free Online GradLevel Course on Quantum Field Theory by MIT
'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory II' was designed for Ph.D. students in MIT's Physics Department who specialize in nuclear and particle theory. The public can view and download many of the materials for this course free through MIT's OpenCourseWare program. 'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory II' introduces material that builds on subjects covered in the previous course, such as critical exponents and theories of scalar fields and gauges.

Relativistic Quantum Field Theory III OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Advanced Graduate Level Course on Quantum Field Theory
'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory III' is the last class in a quantum field theory series for graduate students in MIT's Physics Department. The course focuses on particle physics' standard model. 'Relativistic Quantum Field Theory III' is available to the public through the free OpenCourseWare program.

Statistical Mechanics I (Statistical Mechanics of Particles) OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Level Statistical Mechanics Course by MIT
'Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of Particles' is part of a doctoral program in Physics concentrating in nuclear and particle theory. The public can view and download many of the course materials through MIT's OpenCourseWare program. 'Statistical Mechanics I: Statistical Mechanics of Particles' presents a probabilistic approach to properties of equilibrium of large numbers of values that vary freely.

Statistical Mechanics II (Statistical Mechanics of Fields) OpenCourseWare: A Free Advanced Graduate Level Course by MIT on Statistical Mechanics
'Statistical Mechanics II: Statistical Physics of Fields' was geared towards graduate students in MIT's Physics Department who successfully completed 'Statistical Mechanics I'. 'Statistical Mechanics II: Statistical Physics of Fields' free OpenCourseWare looks at basic principles and subjectmatter from modernday statistical mechanics.

Statistical Physics in Biology OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Graduate Level Course on Statistical Physics
The original 'Statistical Physics in Biology' course was offered in MIT's Physics Department. It is available now as OpenCourseWare. 'Statistical Physics in Biology' introduces students to statistical methods developed by physicists and invaluable to the field of bioinformatics.

Strongly Correlated Systems in Condensed Matter Physics OpenCourseWare: A Free MIT GradLevel Course
MIT's OpenCourseWare 'Strongly Correlated Systems in Condensed Matter Physics' was originally given in the Physics Department. Successful completion of a statistical mechanics and quantum mechanic courses would be helpful. 'Strongly Correlated Systems in Condensed Matter Physics' develops theoretical methods that can be used to describe manybody phenomena (''i.e.'' Greens functions).

Theoretical Particle Physics (Branes and Gauge Theory Dynamics) OpenCourseWare: A Free GradLevel Physics Course by MIT
'Selected Topics in Theoretical Particle Physics: Branes and Gauge Theory Dynamics' was an advanced graduate course designed for Ph.D. students in MIT's Physics Department. Through MIT's OpenCourseWare program, it is now available free to Internet users. 'Selected Topics in Theoretical Particle Physics: Branes and Gauge Theory Dynamics' OpenCourseWare looks at string theory, branes and the worldvolume dynamics of branes.

Theory of Solids I OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Physics Course by MIT
'Theory of Solids I' is now part of MIT's free OpenCourseWare offerings. It is a graduate level course, originally offered in the Physics Department. The course looks at a theoretical approach to the physics of solids.

Theory of Solids II OpenCourseWare: A Free Advanced Graduate Study Physics Course by MIT
The Physics Department of MIT originally offered a course titled 'Theory of Solids II', which is now available as OpenCourseWare. This is the second course in the Physics of Solids offered by MIT.