The MSc, or Master of Science, is an internationally recognized academic degree that indicates proficiency and knowledge of a given topic or field. Most MSc programs take about four years to finish, after which some join the workforce while others continue on in the classroom.

An education in mathematics can provide the foundation for further study or work in technical and scientific fields that highly utilize mathematics. Courses of study in mathematics can range from a minor to a PhD program.

Master of Science Program in Mathematics

Campus
Full time
2
September 2019
Netherlands
Eindhoven

This degree program focuses on mathematical models, advanced simulations and computer calculations. These means and methods are increasingly finding use in new technological developments, and this Master's program, therefore, offers an excellent start to your contribution to society's technological needs, both now and in the future. [+]

Campus
Full time
2
August 2019
Palestinian Territories
Nablus

As part of An-Najah National University, the department of mathematics has adopted the mission of the university related to mathematics: to offer higher education in mathematics to Palestinian students and to support the scientific research in the field of mathematics in order to bridge the gap and upgrade the knowledge of the Palestinian students. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
1 - 2
August 2019
United Kingdom
+ 1 more

This programme, taught jointly by the School of Mathematics and the Department of Economics, provides the skills that will enable technically able graduates (including in mathematics, science and engineering) to apply their quantitative training to financial analysis. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
1
September 2019
Belgium
+ 1 more

Without mathematical tools, there would be no internet search engines, no weather forecast, no security in banking. Mathematical models and techniques play an important role in automatic pilot technologies, the design of quieter cars, the optimisation of wind farms, medical scanners, etc. At first sight, these applications have little in common, but they all process a large amount of data. Mathematics is becoming critical in many applications because of increasing model complexity and higher demands from customers and the environment. [+]

Campus
Full time
1
October 2019
United Kingdom
Loughborough

Our Industrial Mathematical Modelling MSc is designed to help you develop the mathematical modelling skills and techniques increasingly highly sought after within industry and commerce. [+]

Campus
Full time
4
September 2019
Hungary
Debrecen

The main aim of the program is to provide the students with effective knowledge what they can successfully apply both in the mathematical modeling and in the solution of problems arising in practice. Emphasis is put on the capability of working cooperatively in groups with experts of other fields (computer science, engineering, economics, etc.). The quality and the quantity of the knowledge what the students can gain make the entrance possible to the Ph.D. program of the Institute. [+]

Campus
September 2019
USA
Newark

Mathematics has always been crucial to many different forms of scientific inquiry. Now, more than ever, advances in scientific research are found to benefit from the formulation and analysis of quantitative mathematical models. Successful analysis of a model leads to a better understanding of the role and interaction of key components in the system being studied and provides a predictive tool for improving system performance. [+]

Campus
Full time
4
October 2019
Austria
Graz

Techniques from a wide range of mathematical fields are necessary to cope with the challenges arising in numerous applications: Mathematical imaging improves diagnostic accuracy in life sciences and engineering and has become an indispensable tool for complex surgeries. [+]

Campus
Full time
2
October 2019
Italy
Milan

This programme has the objective of preparing professionals able to deal with issues relating to complex systems with an engineering mentality, harmonising a solid scientific background with a command of advanced methodologies e technologies. [+]

Campus
Full time
4
October 2019
Germany
Nuremberg

Integrated Life Sciences - Biology, Biomathematics and Biophysics [+]

Campus
September 2019
USA
Brookville

The 37-credit Master of Science degree program in Applied Mathematics offers specializations in either Classical Mathematics or Computer Mathematics. Classical Mathematics focuses on the foundations of modern mathematical theory, covering linear algebra, numerical methods and complex analysis. Computer Mathematics combines the fields of mathematics and technology through courses such as logic and information, applications of analysis, linear programming and statistics. Students must complete either a thesis or a prepare a topic in mathematics and deliver a lecture on that topic. [+]

Campus
Full time
Part time
3 - 4
August 2019
USA
+ 1 more

The primary mission of the MS degree program in Mathematics and Statistics is to prepare students for professional careers in disciplines which make use of the mathematical and statistical sciences. The curriculum is intended for individuals who have strong backgrounds, but not necessarily baccalaureate degrees, in mathematics. [+]

Campus
Full time
4
September 2019
Switzerland
Lugano

The Master of Science degree in Computational Science (MCS) at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) offers students the opportunity to acquire an in-depth understanding and set of skills in computational science, numerical simulation, applied mathematics, statistics, and data science. [+]

Campus
Full time
2
September 2019
Netherlands
Nijmegen

Thorough, theoretical education in Mathematics while maintaining a clear perspective on concrete applications of Mathematics in all sort of fields. [+]

Campus
Full time
4
October 2019
Germany
Passau

In addition to being a science in its own right, mathematics plays a fundamental role in the quantitative areas of practically all other academic disciplines, particularly in the natural sciences, engineering, business administration, economics, medicine, and psychology. Mathematical results permeate nearly all facets of life and are a necessary prerequisite for the vast majority of modern technologies – and as our IT systems become increasingly powerful, we are able to mathematically handle enormous amounts of data and solve ever more complex problems. [+]