Interactive Mathematics: Foundations
This 120 EC research specialisation is built up as follows:
|B.||Mathematical electives||20 EC|
|C.||Master electives||14 EC|
|D.||Master Thesis Project Mathematics||40 EC|
|E.||Master Seminar||6 EC|
|F.||Professional Preparation||1 EC|
|H.||Free electives||6 EC|
Overall, a maximum of 12 ec of third year bachelor's courses Mathematics is allowed, to be approved by the examination board.
A. Major (30 EC)
For Interactive Mathematics: Foundations the major programme consists of 30 EC chosen from the courses in the table below.
NWI-WM150 Category Theory and Homological Algebra (6 EC)
|Mastermath: Differential Geometry (8 EC)|
Mastermath: Lie Groups (8 EC)
|Mastermath: Algebraic Topology 1 (8 EC)
Mastermath: Partial Differential Equations (8 EC)
|Mastermath: Riemann Surfaces (8 EC)|
|Mastermath: Operator Algebra (8 EC)
NWI-WM068C Noncommutative Geometry * (6 EC)
|Mastermath: Algebraic Number Theory (8 EC)
Mastermath: Analytic Number Theory * (8 EC)
NWI-WM139 Analytic Methods in Number Theory (6 EC)
* Course is not taught in 2019-2020.
Course information and schedules for the Mastermath courses may be found on the Mastermath website.
B. Mathematical electives (20 EC)
Mathematical electives are courses of choice within the field of Mathematics on Master's level. The mathematical electives need to be approved by the Examination Board.
C. Master electives (14 EC)
Master's level courses in any field within or outside of Mathematics. You can also consider courses from the societal specialisations. These electives need to be approved by the Examination Board.
D. Master Thesis Project Mathematics (40 EC)
Including a literature study, a thesis (which can be an internship report) and a graduation defense.
E. Master seminar (6 EC)
F. Professional Preparation (1 EC)
G. Philosophy (3 EC)
One of the following courses should be completed:
- NWI-FFIL300C Philosophy of Mathematical Practice (3 EC)
- NWI-WM040B Philosophy of Mathematics (3 EC), not taught in 2019-2020
H. Free electives (6 EC)
Free electives are any courses, not necessarily within the field of Mathematics.