The Master's in Mathematics is a flexible 12-month programme comprising a selection from a breadth of advanced taught courses and a research project. The Higher Diploma in Mathematics is a flexible nine-month programme without a research project. The programme content offers an insight into new and emerging areas of mathematics and its applications. Students select 60 credits of modules from a diverse range on offer in Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Computing, Statistics, Applied Mathematics and Economics. A 30-credit research project is completed under the guidance of a faculty member and submitted in August. The project is an opportunity to explore a particular topic of interest in greater depth.
The School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics offers a great environment for any student wishing to pursue advanced study in mathematics. We have approximately 30 faculty members across the four disciplines of Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics and Bioinformatics.
3 Good Reasons To Study This Course
1. Graduates are in demand in the financial and semi-state sectors.
2. Programme content is dynamic and research led.
3. Opportunities exist to participate in the workshops hosted by the school's de Brún Centre for Mathematics.