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  1. Anvendt matematik

    Du lærer at modellere, analysere og løse komplekse problemstillinger. Gennem valgfag og speciale får du mulighed for at specialisere dig inden for de områder af anvendt matematik, du finder mest interessante. Som færdiguddannet kandidat i anvendt matematik vil du bl.a. kunne finde beskæftigelse i den offentlige eller private sektor eller ved forskningsinstitutioner. Du vil fx kunne arbejde med at løse større modelleringsopgaver, hvor forskellige processer ønskes optimeret. ...

    Provider NameSyddansk Universitet, Odense (Syddansk/Odense)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Denmark
  2. Applied Mathematics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare the creative mathematics graduates of broad erudition with actual knowledge in mathematics and its applications and be able to explore, simulate and responsibly apply in the new situations, to evaluate decisions, and to pick out the best and so develop their personal career in the chosen area, also will be able to be competent partners in joint projects with the other academic specialists. Learning outcomes: Knowledge and its application modeling principles and their application possibilities in technological, physical, economical, medical and sociological sciences; Financial and actuarial mathematics theory and its application for modeling financial markets; risk and decision-making theory and its application; principles of optimal process theory; statistical analysis methods of multidimensional data; analysis of formal specifications of software systems. Abilities to carry out research see modeling possibilities and be able to develop technology, finance, economics, social science and other areas of problem-solving mathematical models, base their relevance; be able to select and apply appropriate research methods from the available data or conditions; to detect and synthesize information throughout the solution process; to analyze given propositions critically, to compare and to assess them, to to choose optimal decisions, to draw reasonable conclusions, to make prognosis. Special abilities to create mathematical models of different systems and software ...

    Provider NameKaunas University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Applied Mathematics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of the Applied Mathematics programme is to prepare broad-minded specialists with strong background and adequate skills for applying and developing of mathematical models for industry, business, finance and other areas. Learning outcomes: Graduates of the programme will be able to 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics and develop mathematical models for industry, business, finance and other areas. 2. Perform scientific investigations in mathematical modelling, data analysis, control fields, and develop software. 3. Apply newest knowledge of mathematics in solving problems of various dynamic processes. 4. Independently deepens and expands knowledge of application of mathematics. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, practical work, seminars, laboratory work, individual work, reading literature, solving problem tasks, preparation for lab work, midterm and final exams. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Knowledge and skills are evaluated using criteria-based study achievement assessment system of a 10 mark scale. Study results are evaluated during the semester through the intermediate exams (mid-term exams, practical, laboratory work) and the final exam. Final and mid-term exams are performed in the written form. The final evaluation consists of weighting marks of each assessment. Specialisations: - Optional courses: It is possible: deepen subject areas knowledge, choosing a specialized field of study subjects; choose a variety of related studies offered ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. APPLIED MATHEMATICS

    APPLIED MATHEMATICS (PRIMENјENA MATEMATIKA) is a two-year Master programme (120ECTS) of academic studies offered by the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics in Niš. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Niš, Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Serbia
  5. APPLIED MATHEMATICS

    APPLIED MATHEMATICS (PRIMENјENA MATEMATIKA) is a two-year Master programme (120ECTS) of academic studies offered by the Faculty of Sciences in Novi Sad. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Serbia
  6. Applied Social Analysis, Master Programme

    The Programme is centred on the analysis of the relation between individuals' behaviour and collective outcomes. Many of society?s most pressing problems fall far from the boundaries of traditional disciplinary research and require novel ideas that result from thinking about non-equilibrium and highly connected complex adaptive systems, without giving up on a rigorous scientific approach. The Programme offers a wide-range methodological training together with considerable opportunities to specialize on specific societal issues and provides the necessary skills for conducting independent research. ...

    Provider NameLinnaeus University (Kalmar Växjö)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Sweden
  7. Applied Social Analysis, Master Programme

    The Programme is centred on the analysis of the relation between individuals' behaviour and collective outcomes. Many of society?s most pressing problems fall far from the boundaries of traditional disciplinary research and require novel ideas that result from thinking about non-equilibrium and highly connected complex adaptive systems, without giving up on a rigorous scientific approach. The Programme offers a wide-range methodological training together with considerable opportunities to specialize on specific societal issues and provides the necessary skills for conducting independent research.The selection of students who have applied is partly based on a statement of purpose and cv. ...

    Provider NameLinnaeus University (Kalmar Växjö)

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Sweden
  8. Applied statistics

    The future Masters in Statistics study the following extension courses: Statistical Software Systems, Insurance Mathematical Models, Statistical Analysis by Sampling Methods, Statistical Models in Economics, Mathematical Models of Financial Markets, Analysis and Forecasting of Economical Indicators. The three following general courses are studied: Operation Research, Fundamentals of Theory of Stochastic Approximation and Data Analysis Methods. ...

    Provider NameVilnius Gediminas Technical University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. APPLIED STATISTICS

    APPLIED STATISTICS (PRIMENјENA STATISTIKA) is a two-year Master programme (120ECTS) of academic studies offered by the University of Novi Sad in Novi Sad. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of Novi Sad

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Serbia
  10. Applied Statistics, MAS

    The MAS degree, Master of Applied Statistics, is an interdisciplinary study at the University of Iceland. The study is 90 ECTS and on completion the student is entitled to the MAS degree. Students take 60 ECTS in courses and a 30 ECTS project. The goal of the MAS study is for the student to know and understand the basic concepts of modern statistics and be able to apply these to projects in other fields.  1.     Knowledge: Students who graduate with an MAS degree have extensive knowlede and  understanding of applied statistics, as used in various fields. This involves: 1.1. The student knows the aspect of statistics which form a basis for modern statistics: experimental design, data collection and storage, simulation, generalized linear models and survival analysis. 1.2. The student knows selected aspects of an associated field (if applicable), which combine to make a basis for continuing in that field. 1.3. The student has knowledge and understanding of the uses of statistics through solving and studying applied projects and with modeling in scientific applications.  1.4. The student has basic knowledge of using computers, including programming, at least in R.   1.5. The student knows selected statistical topics which are more extensive than those listed in item 1.1. 2.     Skills: Students who graduate with an MAS degree can use statistical methods in a logical manner to solve applied projects using existing software and using their own programming.  This involves: 2.1. The student can apply statistics in a l ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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