The MMath is an integrated four-year undergraduate masters course that gives you a detailed understanding of a range of mathematics, statistics and operational research topics. You'll also be able to take units to develop your computational skills in our research areas of differential equations and dynamical systems, and computational fluid dynamics. Alternatively, you can take units to develop your skills in data analytics and statistics.
You'll also become adept at using an array of mathematical software, which can be applied to solving problems in the real world.
Our areas of study are broad and include pure mathematics, mathematical software, statistics, operational research, financial mathematics, number theory and cryptography, mathematics for computer graphics, numerical methods for solving differential equations, mathematical modelling, dynamical systems and chaos theory.
As you progress through your maths degree you'll be able to choose from a range of subjects that reflect your interests and career aspirations, culminating in a chance to apply your learning in project work.
In the fourth year, you'll tackle a masters-level project, developing your critical analysis skills as you apply your mathematical knowledge to a major piece of independent work. You'll also be able to take units to develop your computational skills in our research areas of differential equations and dynamical systems, computational fluid dynamics, data analytics and statistics.
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