Learning outcomes of the MSc programme in Mathematics

A graduate with a Master's degree in Mathematics has knowledge of advanced models and methods of mathematics, including some from the research frontier of the field, and expert knowledge of a well-defined field of study, based on the highest international level of research in mathematics.

The graduate has specific skills in independently comprehending, analysing, modelling, and solving given problems at a high level of abstraction based on logical and structured reasoning.

The graduate is able to use computer calculations as a tool to carry out scientific investigations and develop new variants of the acquired methods, if required by the problem at hand.

See the general competence profile for MSc graduates from the Faculty of Science.

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