Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Econometrics (MORSE) MSc
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Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics and Econometrics (MORSE) MSc

University of Birmingham

This programme is both technical and pragmatic. You will acquire the ability to integrate state-of-the-art knowledge of statistics and optimisation to address, analyse and provide a rational appraisal of a given problem in different professional contexts. This is a multidisciplinary field that involves the study of mathematical optimisation techniques, operational research methods, programming and statistics with their applications to economics, finance, medicine, industrial management, natural sciences and others. The programme produces highly qualified students in statistics, operations research and econometrics with applications to economics and business management. The programme provides ideal preparation for a career in economics, health care, finance, banking, insurance, actuarial science, business management, governmental or academic institutions.

In the recent years, mathematical optimization and statistics have experienced significant new developments. With these developments, the system engineering, information science, signal and image processing, statistical error correction and cryptography are being revolutionised.

This has created urgent need, in both academic research and in practical implementation, for a new generation of mathematicians trained to work at the frontiers of mathematical optimization, statistics and their applications to engineering, healthcare, finance and economics.

MSc Award
September Start
Full-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

To be accepted onto this programme applicants should have a high standard a first class or equivalent undergraduate degree in mathematics, statistics, industrial engineering or programmes with strong mathematical component, e.g. economics degree with mathematics, who wish to work in interdisciplinary research at the interfaces of mathematics, optimization, computing, statistics and econometrics.

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