Disclaimer: This information is intended for current graduate students. Prospective graduate students should take this as a guide to the range of modules the department offers, and the requirements for obtaining a degree. However, we do not guarantee that any given lecture module will be offered in any future year, nor do we guarantee that the procedures will not vary from year to year.
The modules available for Mathematics CDT students are of three types:
- MA9 modules (specifically designed for Warwick PhD students in the CDT programme)
- MA6 modules (share lectures with an MA4 module, but incorporate additional reading material and often an oral examination)
- Taught Course Centre modules (PhD-only modules shared with other universities via videoconferencing)
The following MA9 modules have been specifically designed for the CDT.
*module webpages being updated in Summer 2022
**unlikely to run in 2022/23
Lectures for these modules are shared with MA4 modules with the corresponding code. The main difference is that MA6 modules include additional reading material, and are examined with an oral examination (at the end of the corresponding term) rather than a written examination.
MA6M5 Geometric Measure Theory (availability TBC for 22/23)
MA6M7 Complex Dynamics (availability TBC for 22/23)
MA6M8 Theory of Random Graphs (availability TBC for 22/23)
MA6M6 Category Theory (availability TBC for 22/23)
MA6M9 Mathematics of Neuronal Networks (availability TBC for 22/23)
Taught Course Centre (TCC) modules
Warwick, together with Bath, Bristol, Imperial and Oxford, runs an EPSRC-funded Taught Course Centre (TCC) that delivers more than 20 PhD-level modules each year using video-conferencing facilities (located in Zeeman Building room B0.06). These courses (whether given in Warwick or elsewhere) can be assessed by Mathematics PhD students. Up-to-date timetables and links to module information are available from the webpage. [In term 1, the list of courses for term 2 may not be available on the TCC website.]
Mathematics is involved in several Warwick interdisciplinary Centres for Doctoral Training, each of which has its own selection of taught courses; some of these may also be of interest for mainstream Mathematics CDT students. These interdisciplinary CDTs are: Mathematics for Real-World Systems (joint Maths/Systems Biology), MAS (joint Chemistry/Maths/Biology etc) and HETSYS (Physics, Engineering, Chemistry and Mathematics and the Warwick Manufacturing Group). If you wish to take modules from these CDTs you must check with the relevant that this is possible (both because timetables will not always match, and because you will also need permission from the relevant CDT Director of Studies).