The Moderatorship Course in Mathematics in the School of Mathematics is a programme of undergraduate study leading to the award of a B.A. (Mod) in Mathematics. The aim of this course is to provide students with a firm foundation in all the basic areas of mathematics and then allow them to specialize in those areas that most suit their interests and their talents. The School also provides modules in Mathematics to students of Engineering, Science and Computer Science. The Schools undergraduate programmes also include Moderatorships in Theoretical Physics and Two Subject Moderatorship in Mathematics
Research interest in the Mathematics Department is enormously varied; ranging from the abstract ideas of differential geometry and analysis to practical ideas of numerical analysis; modelling and computer algorithms; the nature of fundamental particles and general relativity; non-linear systems and fluid mechanics. This departmental diversity is reflected in the specialist sophister courses available to students.
Entry Requirements: Entry requirements and other information can be found in the TCD Prospectus:http://www.tcd.ie/Admissions/