Programme in detail
The Applied Mathematics programme is divided in eight quarters. At the end of each quarter or two quarters students carry out exams, depending on the length of the course. In the first year you will spend most of the time on courses, core courses as well as courses relevant to the specialisation you have chosen. The Compulsary Courses section consists of 5 courses of which 3 must be selected. Every one of those five courses belongs to one of the five specialisations.
The specialisation courses enable a deep specialisation for the optimal execution of your thesis project and are the main focus in the second semester. The non-mathematics elective space may be used for non-mathematics courses required for the subject of the chosen thesis project, courses at Bachelor’s level required to obtain the necessary prior knowledge for a course at Master’s level, or for an internship. Every Applied Mathematics master student must follow at least one Master Math course as a specialisation course. MasterMath is a network between Dutch universities that offers joint courses. These courses are taught in Utrecht, Amsterdam and Eindhoven.
Because of the freedom in choosing your courses, don’t forget to submit an Individual Study Programme in order for the Master coordinator to approve your selection.
|Common Core||Specialisation courses and free electives|
|Specialisation courses or free electives|
|Specialisation courses and free electives||Graduation project (42 EC)|
|Start Graduation project|
|Common Core (24 EC)|
|Scientific Writing for Mathematics||3 EC|
|Ethics for Applied Mathematics||3 EC|
|Choose 3 out of 5|
|Scientific Computing||6 EC|
|Applied Functional Analysis||6 EC|
|Discrete Optimisation||6 EC|
|Martingales, Brownian Motion & Stochastic Processes||6 EC|
|Statistical Inference||6 EC|
|Specialisation courses & Electives (at least 36EC)|
|Non-Mathematical Electives (12 to 18 EC)|
|Thesis Project (42 EC)|
More information can be found at studyguide.tudelft.nl