Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Industrial and Applied Mathematics graduate program

We offer 1 Master's degree program and 1 Designer program within our Industrial and Applied Mathematics graduate program.

The Master's degree program and the Designer program are each of 2 years' duration. The designer program is designer-oriented and prepares you for a career in the research and development departments of companies. Our graduate program also offers the opportunity to combine the designer program with a Master's degree.  
The four-year PhD program is research-oriented.

Master program

Industrial and Applied Mathematics

This degree program focuses on mathematical models, advanced simulations and computer calculations.

Designer program

Mathematics for Industry

The MI program focuses on the development of problem-solving skills, especially in the field of mathematical modeling.

PhD program

Taking a PhD

After your Master's you can choose to take a PhD to get more deeply involved in research.