- You’ll normally need a 2:1 bachelors degree or above in mathematics or a closely related discipline with significant mathematical content on an appropriate level, or equivalent, or significant work experience in a management or supervisory position.
Months of entry
Our MSc delivers an outstanding combination of advanced application-oriented mathematical concepts and computational methodologies. Broad in scope and genuinely multidisciplinary in nature, it is based on solid and well-founded mathematical theory.
Subject modules are carefully designed to be accessible to anyone with a good first degree in mathematics or in science and engineering subjects which have a strong mathematical component.
Comprising three key stages – a Postgraduate Certificate, a Postgraduate Diploma and a full Masters qualification – it will give you:
In-depth knowledge and understanding of fundamental mathematical theory, advanced mathematical concepts and powerful computational techniques.
- High-level skills in applying advanced mathematical concepts and computational techniques to real-world problems.
- A sound understanding of the relationship of mathematics to other sciences, business and industry.
- A critical appreciation of applied mathematics and computing, emphasising the bridges between theory and practice.
- The capacity to communicate complex ideas, particularly regarding multidisciplinary applications.
- The ability to be a critically self-reflective practitioner – who can learn and work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- College of Engineering and Technology
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