The 180-point Master of Science has advanced papers in applied mathematics, applied probability, astronomy, computer science, modelling and the emerging field of analytics. This is your opportunity to complete a research project, and be exposed to advanced computer, mathematical and analytical methods. The curriculum is modern, relevant and wide-ranging, and accesses our outstanding facilities, including the two radio telescopes at Warkworth and high performance computing systems.
Programme Code: AK2037
Duration: 1.5 years full-time
Venue: City Campus
Starting date: 26 Feb and 16 July 2018
AUT encourages early application. There are limited places available. Late applications will be accepted if the programme is not full. Applicants will normally be selected on the basis of their level of academic achievement and may be required to attend a selection interview.
COMP811 Research Methods (15 points)
SELECT 75 points from the following:
ASTR800 Advanced Topics in Astronomy and Astrophysics (15 points)
COMP800 Neuroinformatics (15 points)
COMP807 Algorithms, Graphs and Combinatorics (15 points)
COMP808 Logic, Games and Automata (15 points)
COMP809 Data Mining and Machine Learning (15 points)
COMP810 Data Warehousing and Big Data (15 points)
COMP813 Artificial Intelligence (15 points)
COMP815 Nature Inspired Computing (15 points)
COMP826 Mobile System Development (15 points)
COMP827 Advanced Computer Graphics (15 points)
COMP835 Server System Development (15 points)
COMP840 Specialist Topic A* (15 points)
COMP841 Specialist Topic B* (15 points)
MATH800 Advanced Topics in Applied Mathematics (15 points)
MATH803 Mathematical Modelling and Simulation (15 points)
MATH804 Financial Models and Decision Analysis (15 points)
MATH805 Advanced Numerical Analysis (15 points)
PHIL800 Philosophy of Computing Technology (15 points)
STAT800 Stochastic Modelling (15 points)
STAT801 Multivariate Analysis (15 points)
STAT802 Advanced Topics in Analytics (15 points)
STAT803 Official Statistics (15 points)
STAT804 Optimisation and Operation Research (15 points)
AND two postgraduate papers (totalling 30 points) with the approval of the programme leader
MATH997 Research Project (60 points)
Applicants transferring from the AUT Postgraduate Diploma in Science or Bachelor of Science (Honours) (or equivalent) must meet a minimum B grade average prior to commencing the thesis paper MATH989.
*Enrolment subject to approval of the programme leader.
Additional course information can also be found here.
Enrolment in papers is subject to meeting all requirements and availability of papers (not all papers listed above will be open for enrolment in a given year).
Please note that not all papers are offered. Please contact the Programme Administrator for programme information and availability of papers.
Last updated: 29-Aug-2017 4.12pm
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