Almost all students at the bachelor level at Chalmers take a number of courses in mathematics and mathematical statistics. In total Mathematical Sciences give just over 120 courses per year with a total of 10,000 course registrations. Information about the bachelor courses are found only on the Swedish pages.
At the master's level, Chalmers offers the program Engineering Mathematics and Computational Science, which is closely connected to the department of Mathematical Sciences, with some compulsory courses and a large number of optional courses in mathematics and mathematical statistics. This program is suitable both for those seeking a career in applied mathematics in the industry and those aiming for a PhD position.
Mathematical Sciences also offers courses for master students in other fields that seek to complement their curriculum with advanced courses in mathematics or mathematical statistics.