The Master’s degree program “Mathematics for Natural Sciences” focuses on the correlation between mathematics and natural sciences – particularly physics – as well as analyzing specialized fields. Key topics include dynamic systems and chaos, complex analysis, theoretical physics, and differential geometry. Students also acquire core skills in the field of stochastics, covering elements such as statistical methods or stochastic differential equations.
Master's Degree in Mathematics
for Natural Sciences
The three Master’s degree programs give you a unique opportunity to specialize, broaden, and prioritize your acquired expertise in numerous subfields. The wide variety of classes offered, some held in English, let you to tailor the program to meet your personal interests. During the program, projects in partnership with local companies and industry, often conducted in collaboration as part of the Master's thesis, give you exciting insight into potential career prospects.
Graduates of the Master’s degree programs in Mathematics at the JKU can:
Graduates of the Master’s degree program in Mathematics at the JKU can pursue a variety of professions, particularly in areas requiring the development and application of new mathematical methods as well as computer software based on the most recent scientific developments and findings. Graduates are in high demand and are qualified to work at:
ADVANCED DEGREES AT THE JKU
After completing your graduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree:
On average, graduates in this field find a job 2 months after completing the program. After 3 years on the job, their average monthly gross salary is € 3.471.
Professor Ramlau explains just how things at LIT are, what you need to bring to the table to study mathematics, what research and teaching mean to him, and just what opportunties you have here.
As part of the Master’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 120 ECTS credits in the following areas:
|SEMESTER||S 1||S 2||S 3||S 4|
Mathematical Methods in Physics
|ECTS Credits (Total: 120)||30||30||30||30|
Contact the Admissions Office for additional information about the admission requirements.