Master of Science Mathematical Physics   DT9206

  • Postgraduate Taught
  • Level 9
  • 2 Years
  • Part-Time
  • Kevin Street
  • School of Mathematical Sciences
  • College of Sciences and Health

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What is Master of Science Mathematical Physics?

The programme MSc in Mathematical Physics is one of two taught postgraduate programmes delivered by the School of Mathematical Sciences.  It offers a well-structured programme that develops a deep level of knowledge of topics in mathematical physics underpinned by a solid mathematical foundation.  It is suitable for applicants with a strong mathematical background who wish to develop their knowledge and appreciation of advanced mathematical topics as a preparation for research or to enter highly technical, research-focussed roles in business or industry.  Graduates will acquire the analytical skills to perform advanced professional and technical roles. The programme is aligned with the research strengths of the School and is informed by knowledge at the forefront of the discipline.   The programme incorporates recent developments in research and facilitates the investigation of research topics of current interest.  In addition, there is an emphasis on developing students' ability to analyse and solve problems in a rigorous mathematical framework. 

Students may be required to attend classes at locations across the Institute.

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