The programme MSc in Applied Mathematics offered by Dublin Institute Of Technology is designed to cater not only for those who wish to develop an advanced level of mathematical knowledge and practical skills relevant to problem solving in diverse, real-world contexts but also for those that simply wish to develop their understanding and appreciation of a fundamental branch of mathematics.
The programme can be undertaken either full time over 3 semesters (approximately 18 months) or part time over 6 semesters (3 years) and is structured to suit both full-time students and those that are combining study with a career or family life. New entrants can start the programme either in September or January. The programme encourages students to engage in autonomous, self-directed learning whilst providing a supportive environment where lecturers and stage coordinators facilitate and mentor learning.
Graduates of the programme are extremely flexible and able to apply advanced mathematical techniques and mathematical problem-solving approaches to a wide variety of problems arising in careers in a diverse range of employment sectors.
Applied Mathematics is a research strength of the School of Mathematical Sciences and there are also opportunities for graduates to undertake further research in the Dublin Institute Of Technology or elsewhere. The project module provides a preparation for embarking upon a PhD or MPhil by research.
- Methods for Applied Mathematics
- Modern Applied Statistical Modelling
- Algorithms & Approximation Theory
- Mathematical Modelling
- Classical Mechanics & Thermodynamics
- Special Relativity & Tensor Calculus
- Numerical Methods for Differential Equations
- 18 months
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Students wishing to enrol should normally possess a minimum of the equivalent of an honours degree (level 8 on the NFQ) in mathematics, science, engineering or other numerate discipline at Grade 2.2 or higher where mathematics was studied as a significant component for approximately three years.
International21750 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 21750 EUR per year during 18 months.
EU/EEA5500 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 5500 EUR per year during 18 months.
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