The Schroedinger equation in one dimension; factorization of a general Hamiltonian; shape invariance and solvable potentials; charged particles in external fields and supersymmetry; isospectral Hamiltonians; new periodic potentials from supersymmetry; supersymmetric WKB approximation; perturbative methods for calculating energy spectra and wave functions. Appendices: path integrals and SUSY; operator transforms - new solvable potentials from old; logarithmmic perturbation theory; solutions to problems.
"After a semester of undergraduate quantum mechanics, a student could read the first three chapters and have no difficultly grasping the meaning of supersymmetry. Depending on interest, an instructor could select special topics in this book for unusual twists on quantum mechanics problems .. . someone studying supersymmetric field theory is likely to find this book helpful to illustrate complex ideas through simpler examples."