Applied Mathematics

Specialization requirements

In addition to the general requirements, at least four of the courses

Some courses previously given at the department can also be included, please contact the program coordinator for information. Note that even if some of the information about the courses is in Swedish, the courses will be taught in English when required.

Your study plan

Before you start the studies you should contact the program coordinator Hjalmar Rosengren to set up an individual study plan.

The specialization requirements above must be fulfilled before the student can be registered for MMA920 Thesis in Mathematics for the two-year Master Program in Mathematical Sciences, specialization Applied Mathematics.

In the table below you can see when the various required courses and some other appropriate mathematics courses are given. For more options see the complete lists of courses in Mathematics and courses in Mathematical Statistics.

Schedule for some relevant courses

Specialisation courses Other courses
Early autumn (HT1) Applied Functional Analysis
Numerical Linear Algebra
High Performance Computing

Late autumn (HT2)

Large-scale Optimization
Project Course in Mathematical Modelling

Fourier and Wavelet Analysis (2)


Early spring (VT1)

Computational methods for stochastic differential equations

MMG800 Partial differential equations
Late spring (VT2) Partial Differential Equations II

MMG511 Mathematical modelling
MMG610 Discrete mathematics (1)
MMG631 Linear and Integer Optimization with Applications
Master's thesis in Applied Mathematics (MMA920) is normally done at half speed during the second year.

(1) The course is given in academic years starting with a year with an odd number, e.g., 21-22.
(2) The course is given in academic years starting with a year with an even number, e.g., 20-21.

Note that courses with course code MMG are bachelor-level courses. ​

Published: Fri 14 Aug 2020.