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    (Original post by john_123456)
    just curios?
    I think it's done at the masters level but definitely not at undergrad.
    You'd probably have need to have done at least one course in introductory QFT before the standard model could be treated properly.
    Caveat: What I've said is more applicable to maths degrees but I'd imagine physics degrees would be similar.
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    (Original post by ben-smith)
    I think it's done at the masters level but definitely not at undergrad.
    You'd probably have need to have done at least one course in introductory QFT before the standard model could be treated properly.
    Caveat: What I've said is more applicable to maths degrees but I'd imagine physics degrees would be similar.
    Ah ok thanks man


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    (Original post by john_123456)
    just curios?
    I know that Langrangian and Hamiltonian dynamics for classical systems is taught for undergrad (1st year Oxford) and then Lagrangians and Hamiltonians appear again in the second year doing quantum mechanics - no idea about standard model lagrangian though...
 
 
 
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