Master of Mathematical Modelling (MMathModel)

This programme will equip students with advanced mathematical and computational techniques required for modelling real-world phenomena such as transport over networks, epidemics, or climate change.

Programme overview

At present, mathematical modelling is enjoying a high degree of public awareness, with real-world applications such as COVID-19 and climate modelling frequently appearing in the news.

The Master of Mathematical Modelling will expose students to a broad range of realistic modelling techniques and provide them with expertise in advanced computational tools as well as fundamental knowledge of the underlying theoretical principles and assumptions.

This programme is subject to final regulatory approval and is therefore subject to change.

Quick facts

Programme type Postgraduate
Points 120 or 180
Duration

Full-time (180 point): 1.5 years
Full-time (120 point): 1 year

Part-time (180 point): Varies
Part-time (120 point): Varies

Location City Campus

Enquiries

The Master of Mathematical Modelling will be offered for the first time in Semester One 2022, subject to standard regulatory approval. Applications will open following programme approval.

Find out more about the University of Auckland’s Department of Mathematics, Te Kura Mātauranga Pāngarau.

For more information about the programme, please get in touch.