# Mathematics

**Master**

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In the list below courses indicated with (BM) are intended for beginning master students or advanced bachelor students. Other courses are more advanced. The code (TUD) indicates that the course is taught in Delft.

The fall courses of Mastermath are on this Mastermath schedule.

The Mastermath courses taught by instructors from Leiden are also listed below with the code (MM).

Course | EC | Semester 1 | Semester 2 |
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Courses in Leiden for Masters and advanced Bachelor students |
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Analytic number theory (BM) | 6 | ||

Complex network (BM) | 6 | ||

Introduction to manifolds (BM) | 6 | ||

Introduction to dynamical systems (BM) | 6 | ||

Linear Analysis (BM) | 6 | ||

Measure theory (BM) | 6 | ||

Multiscale Mathematical Biology (BM) | 6 | ||

Population Dynamics (BM) | 6 | ||

Probability seminar (BM) | 6 | ||

Representation theory of finite groups (BM) | 6 | ||

Advanced courses in Leiden for Master students |
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Advanced Statistical Computing | 3 | ||

Mathematical Statistics | 6 | ||

Statistical computing with R | 3 | ||

Statistical learning theory | 4 | ||

Mastermath courses |
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Algebraic number theory (MM) | 8 | ||

Ergodic Theory (MM) | 8 | ||

Functional Analysis (MM) | 8 | ||

Advanced algebraic geometry (MM) | 8 | ||

All Mastermath fall courses | 8/16/24/32 | ||

Courses in Delft |
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Measure theory and integration (TUD) | 6 | ||

Internet Seminar on Evolution Equations (TUD) | 9 |

In the list below courses indicated with (BM) are intended for beginning master students or advanced bachelor students. Other courses are more advanced. The code (TUD) indicates that the course is taught in Delft.

The spring courses of Mastermath are on this Mastermath schedule.

The Mastermath courses taught by instructors from Leiden are also listed below with the code (MM).

Course | EC | Semester 1 | Semester 2 |
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Courses in Leiden for masters and advanced bachelor students |
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Dynamical systems seminar (BM) | 6 | ||

Elliptic curves (BM) | 6 | ||

Ergodic Theory and Fractals (BM) | 6 | ||

History of mathematics (BM) | 6 | ||

Introduction to Perturbation Methods (BM) | 6 | ||

Mathematical Biology: Metabolic Network Analysis (BM) | 6 | ||

Stochastic Models for Genetic Evolution (BM) | 6 | ||

Toeplitz operators (BM) | 6 | ||

Advanced courses in Leiden for Master students |
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Information-theoretic learning | 6/8 | ||

Functional analysis seminar | 6 | ||

Forensic statistics and graphical models | 6 | ||

Local fields | 6 | ||

Multivariate analysis and multidimensional data analysis | 6 | ||

Mastermath courses |
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Partial Differential Equations (MM) | 8 | ||

Stochastic Processes (MM) | 8 | ||

Time Series (MM) | 8 | ||

All Mastermath spring courses | 8/16/24/32 | ||

Courses in Delft |
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Partial differential equations and functional analysis (TUD) | 6 | ||

Special functions (TUD) | 6 | ||

Course in august |
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Introductory masters topics | 2 |

The Mathematics Master programme offers courses in the following specialisations:

Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory (including Erasmus Mundus Algant)

Applied Mathematics

Mathematics and Communication

Mathematics and Education

Each specialisation offers courses at an advanced level, leading eventually to an individual research project and a Master’s thesis. Some of the courses (at least 30 EC) are to be taken at a national level, via the Dutch national mastermath programme. The length of each specialisation is two years. Students from any university in the Netherlands with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics or with a Bachelor of Science Degree with major in Mathematics are admitted to the programme. For all other students, an Admission Committee will consider the possibility of enrolling.