Course selection Master Mathematics
Here is some information on course selection for students of the masters programme in mathematics.
The Programme begins with a common block of compulsory courses. This block consists of at least two of the following courses
The compulsory courses are complemented by elective courses. Here follows recommendations for the different specializations. To prepare for the masters thesis it is very important to choose courses relevant for the specialization. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the person responsible for the specialization.
The information here is not complete and will be updated.
For the specialization in mathematics you are strongly recommended to take all three of the courses, SF2713 Foundations of Analysis, SF2736 Discrete mathematics, SF2729 Groups and Rings.
If you have already taken some of the compulsory courses it is recommended to choose further courses from the list here.
For further information contact Mattias Dahl (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Mathematical statistics and financial mathematics
For further information contact Filip Lindskog (email@example.com).
For further information contact Anders Szepessy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Optimization and systems theory
For the specialization in optimization and systems theory we strongly recommend that you take Foundations of Analysis, SF2736. If you have already taken some of the compulsory courses the following are recommended.
More information on other relevant courses can be found here.
For further information contact Xiaoming Hu (email@example.com).
Discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science
For this specialization you must take the courses SF2736 Discrete mathematics and SF2729 Groups and Rings. You are also strongly recommended to take the course
that gives the foundations for further studies in theoretical computer science. You must take two of the following four courses
which are given once every second year.
Other courses you are recommended depends largely on what kind of master thesis you anticipate.
More information on advanced level courses in mathematics and computer science can be found here.
For further information contact Petter Brändén (firstname.lastname@example.org).