The programme is a 12 month taught masters degree (180 credits) consisting of 120 credits of optional lecture courses and a 60 credit summer project.
Select 120 credits of optional modules. Example optional modules are listed below. Subject to availability.
- Topics in Applied Mathematics - 20 credits
- Advanced Mathematical Biology - 20 credits
- Methods in Partial Differential Equations - 20 credits
- Mathematical Finance - 20 credits
- Numerical Methods and Numerical Linear Algebra - 20 credits
- Continuum Mechanics - 20 credits
- Nonlinear Waves - 20 credits
- Reaction-Diffusion Theory - 20 credits
- Medical Statistics - 20 credits
- Applied Mathematical Analysis - 20 credits
- Advanced Mathematical Modelling - 20 credits
- Advanced Mathematical Finance - 20 credits
The course is assessed by a mixture of written examinations and coursework, typically involving written exercises, short projects and computer practicals. Please note that not all optional modules may be available.
The summer research skills project involves working closely with a research supervisor to produce a substantial dissertation and an oral presentation. Additional assessment will require participation in problem-solving workshops and peer group learning in order to prepare you for ‘real life’ work as a research scientist.
Please note: The modules listed on the website for this programme are regularly reviewed to ensure they are up-to-date and informed by the latest research and teaching methods.