College of Engineering and Technology

University of Derby

Computational Mathematics

Computational mathematics is relevant to almost every science, engineering, business and finance discipline, as well as many industrial sectors. This means it's an excellent choice if you are considering broadening your career options whilst studying a discipline that is in high demand in an ever technological era. Studying this course is also excellent preparation for academic research in any area where computational techniques play a significant role, offering you a clear route to further study at PhD level. The course delivers an outstanding combination of advanced application oriented mathematical concepts and computational methodologies. Broad in scope and genuinely multidisciplinary in nature, it is based on solid and well-founded mathematical theory.

Entry requirements

You will normally need a 2.1 bachelors degree or above in mathematics or a closely related discipline with significant mathematical content on an appropriate level, or equivalent, or significant work experience in a management or supervisory position.

Course modules

Modules: Optimisation; scientific computing; stochastic processes; networks and algorithms; non linear system dynamics; studying at Master's level and research methods; independent scholarship.


Qualification Study mode Fee Course duration
MSc Full-time £ 755 per Module (home fees) 1 years
MSc Full-time £ 11,260 per Academic year (overseas fees) 1 years

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