MSc Applicable Mathematics
Fullyear programme. Students must take courses to the value of four full units.
Paper 
Course number and title  

1 
One from: 


Algorithms and Computation (H)  

Advanced Algorithms (H)  
2, 3 & 4 
Three from:  
 
Game Theory I (H)*  
Discrete Mathematics and Graph Theory (H)  
ContinuousTime Optimisation (H)  
Information, Communication and Cryptography (H)  
Probability and Measure (H)  
Functional Analysis and its Applications (H)  
Games of Incomplete Information (H)  
Stochastic Analysis (H)  
Preferences, Optimal Portfolio Choice, and Equilibrium (H)  
Search Games (H) (n/a 13/14)  
Quantifying Risk Modelling and Alternative Markets (H)  
Advanced Algorithms (H) (if not taken under Paper 1)  
5 & 6 
Courses to the value of two halfunits from:  

Financial Risk Analysis (H)  
Derivatives (H)  
Quantitative Methods for Finance and Risk Analysis (H)**  
Principles of Finance***  
Econometric Analysis  
Advanced Microeconomics  
Social Choice Theory and Democracy (H)  
Techniques of Operational Research (H)  
Mathematical Programming: Theory and Algorithms (H)  
Combinatorial Optimisation (H)  
Auctions and Game Theory (H) (n/a 13/14)  
Modelling in Applied Statistics and Simulation (H)  
Model Building in Mathematical Programming (H)  
Solving Unsolvable Problems: NPcompleteness and how to cope with it (H)  
Stochastic Processes (H)  
NonLinear Dynamics and the Analysis of Real Time Series (H)  
Time Series (H)  

Another half unit from the list under 2, 3 and 4 above, or any other paper with the approval of the Programme Director and the teacher responsible for the course.  
7 
Dissertation in Mathematics  
Notes  
* This option will not be available to those who have already studied MA300 and MA301, or who have studied this subject as part of an undergraduate degree. 