Applied Mathematics

Educational goals

“Main Aims: ? To provide graduates with theoretical knowledge about mathematical disciplines – probability theory and mathematical statistics; discrete mathematics and combinatorics; dependability management and risk analysis; numerical analysis – which allows them to continue their studies in similar postgraduate programs, or to work in academia, and in other scientific and research institutions. ? To equip them with a knowledge of mathematical and statistical methods distinctive of the field of dependability and risk assessment, including a through familiarity with appropriate analytical software, with a special emphasis on their use in an industrial context, on the level of middle and top management.”

Profile of the graduate

Graduates of the program acquire knowedge of an appropriate range and depth concerning the principles of logical and critical thinking and they understand the connections between the four main subject areas of the curriculum, as defined by its foundation subjects: probability theory and mathematical statistics, discrete mathematics and combinatorics, dependability management and risk analysis, and numerical analysis.


Study programme
Applied Mathematics (N0541A170010)
Faculty of
Type of study
Postgraduate Master
Form of study
Length of study
Awarded degree
Education area
Mathematics and Statistics

Courses of Applied Mathematics programme

1. semester

2. semester

3. semester

4. semester

Courses without specified study plan

More details

Contact: Koucký Miroslav, doc. RNDr. CSc.,

Refer to STAG for complete information