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Numerical Analysis, Course Requirements

To obtain a master's degree in mathematics with specialisation in numerical analysis, the following course requirements apply from the autumn semester 2020.

    The following courses are compulsory:

    Course code

    Course name, credits

    Term, period, study pace

    NUMN27 Numerical Analysis: Seminar Course, 7.5 crAutumn P1, 50%
    NUMN32Numerical Methods for Differential Equations, 7.5 cr Autumn P2, 50%

    At least 30 higher education credits of the courses must be courses in mathematics at advanced level among the courses below.

    Course code

    Course name, credits

    Term, period, study pace

    NUMN21Advanced Course in Numerical Algorithms with Python/SciPy, 7.5 crAutumn P1, 50%
    NUMN26Simulation Tools, 7.5 crSpring P1, 50%
    NUMN28Numerical Simulations of Flow Problems, 7.5 crSpring P2, 50%
    MATM12Analytic Functions, 15 crAutumn,  50%
    MATM37Ordinary Differential Equations 2, 7.5 cr

    Spring P1, 50%

    MATM48Fourier Analysis, 7.5 crSpring P2, 50%
    MATP35Linear Functional Analysis, 7.5 crAutumn, 25%
    MATP36Partial Differential Equations, 7.5 cr

    Spring P2, 50, %even years

    MATP45Specialised Course in Linear Functional Analysis, 7.5 crAutumn, 25%

    The elective courses comprise 45 credits, of which at least 15 credits must be additional courses in mathematics, numerical analysis and mathematical statistics. A maximum of 30 credits may be courses at the basic level. The department has a wide range of courses in mathematical statistics and there is also a large range of relevant courses in applied mathematics that are given by the department of mathematics at the Faculty of Engineering. Courses in mathematics and numerical analysis at upper-basic level that have not been included in the student's bachelor's degree can be included in this block. For example, the courses Computational Programming with Python (NUMA01, 7.5 credits) and Numerical Linear Algebra (NUMB11, 7.5 credits) are available.

    Relavant courses in mathematics, numerical analysis and mathematical statistics are listed under Course Offerings available on the left menu.

      The programme ends with a degree project that can be carried out at half study pace during the second year or at full study pace in the last semester within the programme.

      Older course requirements

      For students admitted to the programme before the autumn semester 2020, the following course requirements apply, see links below: