#### Course Description

This programme offers you the chance to study a range of modules in pure and applicable mathematics, giving you the opportunity to increase your knowledge and abilities in these areas. Depending on your choices, you will take either seven or eight modules, allowing you to study several different topics in depth, and to focus on the areas that interest you most.

Over two years you will also learn the methods of mathematical research: how to read mathematical papers and how to communicate mathematics, both in written form for your project dissertation, and orally when you give presentations about your project.

You will acquire the skills to pursue your interest in the subject, either formally with a research degree, or informally with independent reading. You will come to us as someone with a mathematics degree; you will graduate as a mathematician.

This programme offers you the chance to study a range of modules in pure and applicable mathematics, giving you the opportunity to increase your knowledge and abilities in these areas. Depending on your choices, you will take either seven or eight modules, allowing you to study several different topics in depth, and to focus on the areas that interest you most. Over two years...

#### Course Content

The programme consists of 120 credits of taught modules, worth either 15 credits or 30 credits each, and a dissertation worth 60 credits.

**YEAR 1**

You usually take modules to a total of 75 credits in Year 1, including the 15-credit module Writing Mathematics, which teaches you how to use the program LaTeX to produce mathematical documents. This module consists of eight evenings of tutorials over the course of the year.

Every other 15-credit module runs for one term, while each 30-credit module runs for two terms.

You can take a maximum of 30 credits at Level 6 for your MSc, while the remaining modules you take must be at Level 7.

**YEAR 2**

In Year 2, you take 45 credits of taught modules, and you also complete a project worth 60 credits.

**INDICATIVE OPTION MODULES FOR 2019-2020**

- Calculus 3: Transforms & Models
- Galois Theory
- Linear Programming and Game Theory
- Mathematical and Numerical Methods
- Probabilistic methods
- Topology
- Writing Mathematics

**INDICATIVE OPTION MODULES FOR 2020-2021**

- Algebraic Number Theory
- Approximation Theory and Methods
- Calculus 3: Transforms & Models
- Combinatorial Optimization
- Computational Mathematics
- Galois Theory
- Games, Choice & Optimization
- Group Theory
- Mathematical and Numerical Methods
- Mathematics of Communications
- Number Theory and Geometry
- Reflection Groups
- Representation Theory
- Topics in Graph Theory
- Topology

**MSC MATHEMATICS DISSERTATION**

- Mathematics Dissertation

The programme consists of 120 credits of taught modules, worth either 15 credits or 30 credits each, and a dissertation worth 60 credits. YEAR 1 You usually take modules to a total of 75 credits in Year 1, including the 15-credit module Writing Mathematics, which teaches you how to use the program LaTeX to produce mathematical documents. This module...