The primary purpose of the MSc in Applied Mathematics minor-dissertation with coursework is to provide students with specialised advanced education and training while meeting the requirements of a specific research component so that students can master the required experimental and technological skills and necessary fieldwork competencies such as innovation, decision-making, strategic thinking and organizational skills. A minor-dissertation with coursework MSc in Applied Mathematics consists of a minimum of 120 credits of research at level 8 in the form of a research project, written up as a minor-dissertation.
The degree demands a high level of intellectual and theoretical knowledge and insight into problems related to the field of study and of critical reasoning, formulation, analysis and evaluation of a specific problem in the field of study.
The curriculum consists of:
- A dissertation and such additional research work as may be prescribed by the Departmental
Master’s Degree studies consist of a guided research project that must be submitted in the form of a dissertation at the end of the study period.
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