Master of Mathematical Sciences

The University of Adelaide

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00123M

Mathematics is both a logical and creative pursuit. It drives human progress, with millions of industries around the world depending on mathematical scientists. Our Master of Mathematical Sciences is an intensive degree designed for students with backgrounds in related study areas. What will you do? Develop advanced research skills as you learn from award-winning academics in state-of-the-art facilities. Take your mathematical knowledge to an advanced level through a major of your choice. Majors are available in: Applied Mathematics - use mathematical techniques to answer questions about the world around us. These might come in the form of insights, explanations, solutions or predictions. Pure Mathematics - study abstract theories built by logical deduction that underpin modern science and technology. Statistics - Solve real-world problems through the collection, analysis and modelling of data.

Structure

Students specialise in one of the three disciplines or may choose a broader selection of courses tailored to their particular interests. The 48 unit program includes a research project of 15 units in one of the three disciplines. The remaining 33 units consist of approved coursework.

Subjects

  • Applied mathematics
  • Pure mathematics
  • Statistics

Standard entry requirements

Bachelor Degree or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 5.0. Degree must include at least 6 units of mathematical sciences at Level I and at least 6 units of mathematical sciences at Level II or equivalent.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
North Terrace Domestic: $59,000
International: $80,000
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