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Courses indicated with (BM) are suited for advanced bachelor students or beginning master students.
Courses indicated with (M) are more advanced master courses which require
more pre-knowledge.

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MASTERMATH COURSES (Dutch master programme in mathematics) (BM)
STATISTICAL SCIENCES MASTER TRACK, 1st semester (M)
STATISTICAL SCIENCES MASTER TRACK, 2nd semester (M)
STATISTICAL SCIENCES MASTER TRACK, 3rd semester (M)
Algebraic number theory (M) 8
Bio Environmental Statistics (TUD)(M) 6
Elliptic curves (BM) 6
Financial mathematics (TUD)(M) 6
Interacting particle systems: theory and applications (TUD)(M) 6
Introduction to dynamical systems 6
Introduction to manifolds 6
Linear Analysis 6
Mathematical Biology: from individual cell behaviour to biological growth and form (BM) 6
Measure theory (BM) 6
Operator Semigroups and Dispersive Equations (TUD) (M) 9
Percolation theory (BM) 6
Population Dynamics (BM) 6
Probability: Coupling theory (BM) 6
Statistical Learning (M) 4
Stochastic Models for Genetic Evolution (BM) 6
Topics in Group Theory (BM) 6
Advanced topics in analysis (TUD) (BM) 6
Analytic number theory (BM) 6
Class Field Theory (M) 6
Dynamical systems seminar (BM) 6
Ergodic Theory and Fractals (BM) 6
Functional analysis seminar (M) 6
Introduction to Perturbation Methods (BM) 6
Mathematical Biology: Metabolic Network Analysis (BM) 6
Mathematics of the Atmosphere-Ocean-Climate System (BM) 6
Partiële differentiaalvergelijkingen (TUD) 6
Quantum mechanics for probabilists (M) 6
Special functions (TUD) (BM) 6
Special topics in financial engineering (TUD)(M) 6
Topics in Algebraic Geometry (M) 6

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The Mathematics Master programme offers courses in the following specialisations :

  • Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Statistical Science for Life and Behavioural Sciences
  • Mathematics and Communication
  • Mathematics and Education
  • Mathematics and Science-Based Business

In broad lines, each specialisation offers courses at an advanced level, leading eventually to an individual research project and a major thesis. Some of the courses can 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.