Mathematics (M.Sc.)

 

Mathematics (Master of Science)

(Mathematik, M.Sc.)

 
 

General Information

Degree: Master of Science
Duration: 4 Semesters
Language: German (some courses in English)
Internship:
Requirements for Admission: Requirements for admission to the Master’s degree programme (and thereby university enrolment) are comprised of a “Bachelor of Science” degree from the same programme or an equivalent degree. Admission to the Master’s Degree programme may also depend on additional requirements. Specific degree entrance requirements may be found here. For further questions please contact the departmental advisor’s office. Please also note the general information on the Master of Science degree programmes, including information for students with degrees from abroad: International Admission.
Admission: As long as the requirements for admission are fulfilled, there is no restriction on admission.
Application Deadline and Programme Start: see detailed overview
Please note: You should apply well before the deadline (~ 12 weeks) if you also need to apply for visa.
Application: Online
Part-time Studies: possible under specific conditions
Special Features:

Brief Description

The research-oriented Master of Science programme Mathematics is offered in three fields of study: Mathematics; Mathematics with a non-mathematical major; Business Mathematics. They differ in the possibilities for specialisation within the overall programme.

In the course of the programme, the following areas of research are taught: Algebra; Analysis; Geometry and Approximation; Logic; Numerical Analysis; Optimisation; Stochastics.

 

Semester Course Schedules Mathematics (M.Sc.)

Specialisation Mathematics

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Specialisation Interdisciplinary Mathematics

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Specialisation Business Mathematics

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Depending on the specialisation, the programme's contents vary:

Specialisation Mathematics

Specialisation Interdisciplinary Mathematics

Specialisation Business Mathematics

 

In the course of the Master’s Thesis, the students research a topic regarding mathematics or a major in accordance with scientific principles and present their findings in writing. This project takes an entire semester, thereby forming a major part of the Master’s degree programme. In the fields of study with a non-mathematical major, the Master’s Thesis may be written on a mathematically oriented topic at department of the major.

More information:

Module handbook

Course Catalogue

Department of Mathematics

 

Advice for Prospective M.Sc. Students

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