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Expected Learning Outcomes
College of Science
M.Phil. in Mathematics
The Master of Philosophy in Mathematics provides the student with advanced graduate training in mathematics. The MPhil. students work prepares them for employment in the mathematics profession in academia, in government, in business or in industry
The Master of Philosophy of mathematics student will demonstrate an ability to develop a
research proposal and carry out independent research.
Upon graduation, our MPhil. students will demonstrate understanding of the theoretical foundations
and computational techniques of their subject and will be able to apply these concepts and tools to solve
a wide variety of problems in at least one area of specialization within mathematics.
Upon graduation, our MPhil. students will have a in-depth understanding and mastery of the literature
in at least one particular subfield of mathematics. Applied mathematicians will also demonstrate mastery
of their area of application.
Upon graduation, our MPhil. students will demonstrate an ability to present and defend research work in
oral, written and graphic forms.
- Upon graduation, our MPhil. students will demonstrate the ability to work effectively as team members.
Upon graduation, our MPhil students will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical
responsibilities and appreciation of the impact of mathematics in the societal context.