Master's degree programmes
The master's degree programmes
in Mathematics, Technomathematics and Mathematical economics continue
the corresponding bachelor degree programmes. The general study time
of a master's study is 2 years (4 terms). The prgrammes require the
acquisition of 120 ECTS-points. The master thesis, comparable to the
previous diploma thesis, contributes with 30 points.
The mentionend master's degree programmes will presumably be offered by the department for Mathematics beginning in winter term 07/08.
A master's degree programme Scientific Computing has start in winter term 06/07.
The regiments on studies and exams can be found on the web pages of the study counsel in Mathematics :
- Mathematik (Master) 
- Technomathematik (Master) 
- Wirtschaftsmathematik (Master) 
- Scientific Computing (Master)