The Master’s in Applied Mathematics has three specialisations. When applying for the programme, you will choose one of these specialisations – with the necessary freedom to tailor courses to your personal interests and ambitions. In consultation with the specialisation coordinator, you will compose the master’s that best matches your wishes and future plans.
This master’s consists of 120 EC (credits), with 1 EC representing 28 hours of study. An academic year counts 60 EC. Here’s how the programme is structured:
- Three compulsory courses (15 EC)
- A set of specialisation and a set of elective courses (total of 45 EC)
- An internship (20 EC)
- A master’s assignment (40 EC), the subject of which often originates from a research theme associated with the relevant chair; a master’s assignment can also be based on a research assignment for an external organisation.
When applying for the programme, you will choose one of these specialisations:
This master’s offers the option of obtaining a first-level teaching degree. Did you already complete the Minor ‘Leren lesgeven’ in your bachelor’s? Then completing the master’s with a teaching degree included will only take you six additional months of studying.