1. Some Basic Concepts: Introduction; Antiparticles; Feynman Diagrams; Particle Exchange; Units and Dimensions; Problems.
  2. Leptons, Quarks and Hadrons: Leptons; Strongly Interacting Particles; Problems.
  3. Experimental Methods: Accelerators; Particle Interactions with Matter; Particle Detectors; Detector Systems and Experiments; Problems.
  4. Space-Time Symmetries: Translational Invariance; Rotational Invariance; Parity; Charge Conjugation; Positronium; Time Reversal; Problems.
  5. Hadrons: Quantum Numbers and Excited States: Hadron Quantum Numbers; Isospin; Resonances; Quark Diagrams and Exotics; Problems.
  6. Hadrons: Quark States and Colour: Charmonium and Bottomium; The Lightest Hadrons; Colour; Problems.
  7. QCD, Jets and Gluons: Quantum Chromodynamics(QCD); Electron-Positron Annihilation; Elastic Scattering:the Size of the Proton; Inelastic Electron and Muon Scattering; Inelastic Neutrino Scattering; Problems.
  8. Weak Interactions: W and Z Bosons: Discovery of the W and Z bosons; Charged Current Interactions: The Third Generation; Problems.
  9. Weak Interactions: Electroweak Unification: Neutral Currents and the Unified Theory; Gauge Invariance and the Higgs Boson; Problems.
  10. Weak Interactions: Charge Conjugation and Parity: P-violation, C-violation and CP Conservation; Neutral Kaons; Problems.
  11. Beyond the Standard Model: Neutrino Masses and Neutrino Mixing; Grand Unification; Supersymmetry; Dark Matter; Problems.


References. Index. Physical Constants and Conversion Factors. Suggested Short Course.