Master of Mathematical Sciences

In our increasingly technological world the study of mathematics is vital to future developments and discoveries. A foundation in this area will enable you to apply logic and quantitative reasoning to a vast array of situations, changing the way you think about your surroundings and how things work.

The Master of Mathematical Sciences degree has been designed to provide thorough internationally competitive training in mathematics and to provide a bridge between undergraduate studies and future research in mathematical sciences.

Undergraduate students from the University of Sydney wishing to undertake the Master of Mathematical Sciences are expected to have completed a major in Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science, or Financial Mathematics and Statistics.

The degree will provide thorough training in the mathematical sciences for students who wish to transition from undergraduate studies to research in the mathematical sciences, and will provide a solid foundation for PhD studies.

See also the information concerning the Master of Mathematical Sciences in the University's courses database.

Units of Study

The following units of study may be counted as part of the requirements for the degree: