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This page contains information about undergraduate units and projects offered by the Department of Mathematics at the University of Bath.
MA20201 Modelling the Dynamics of Life 1
This unit introduces students studying biology and biochemistry or natural sciences to the basic principles of mathematical modelling in biology. Fundamental mathematical techniques are reviewed and developed, with motivation coming from a wide range of biological contexts throughout the course. Further details can be found here.
MA20202 Modelling the Dynamics of Life 2
This unit extends the mathematical knowledge of students studying biology and biochemistry or natural sciences. More advanced mathematical and modelling techniques are developed and applied to a range of biological examples. Further details can be found here.
MA30047 Mathematical Biology 1
This unit introduces students to problems arising in population biology that can be tackled using applied mathematics. Both mathematical modelling and mathematical analysis will be covered, and at all times the interplay between the mathematics and the underlying biology will be emphasised. Further details can be found here.
MA30063 Mathematical Biology 2
This unit introduces students to applications of partial differential equations to model problems arising in biology. The course will complement Mathematical Biology 1 where the emphasis was on ODEs and Difference Equations. Further details can be found here.
MA40197 Mathematical modelling in ecology evolution and epidemiology
This unit extends students' exposure to modelling techniques and problems in ecology, evolution and epidemiology using case studies of recent or ongoing research problems. Further details can be found here.
MA40198 Statistics for biological dynamic modelling
This unit introduces students to some of the key quantitative methods available for combining models of biological mechanisms with data in order to make inferences and predictions about the system and data that model relate to. Further details can be found here.
Members of staff in the Centre are very interested in supervising undergraduate projects. Visit the staff page to view the interests of members or check out the research page for a more general overview.
MSc in Mathematical Biology
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