Applied Mathematics - MSc
Applied Mathematics aims to provide students with knowledge that can effectively be applied to mathematical modeling. Emphasis is placed on working cooperatively in groups with experts of other fields (computer science, engineering, economics, etc).
Applied Mathematics syllabus
Core modules for all students studying Applied Mathematics include:
- Algebra and number theory
- Probability and statistics
- Informatics and operational research
- Discrete mathematics
- Applied analysis
- Stochastic processes
- Theory of algorithms.
Additional modules are dictated by the subprogram of study students elect to follow. The three available sunprograms of applied mathematics are Mathematics of Engineering, Mathematics of Finance and Mathematics of Computer Science.
Upon completion of the Applied Mathematics MSc students have the skills and knowledge required to continue their studies with the institutes PhD program.
Language requirements:English language proficiency (TOEFL 547 /IELTS 6.0 /oral examination)
Academic requirements:Bachelor Degree in Mathematics
Tuition Fee:7.000 USD/year
One time fees:application fee 150 USD, entrance procedure fee 350 USD
University of Debrecen in Hungary
The University of Debrecen was established in 1912, but can trace its educational roots in rich traditions, diversity, and excellence back to 1538. The University of Debrecen is a research university with almost 30,000 students and 1,700 instructors - one of...
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