A central and important component of human culture, mathematics helps us solve a wide range of 21st century problems. As well as supporting innovation and progress in science, engineering, technology, finance and economics, it aids organisational decision-making. This is through modelling and predicting outcomes - from airport terminal design, infectious disease management and network queueing problems. This integrated Masters course will equip you with knowledge of advanced mathematical and statistical methods along with the skills to use them in today's increasingly complex world. You will develop computational expertise, coding skills, physical and biological modelling skills, and become adept at statistical analysis and research. Throughout the course, you will be encouraged to apply your knowledge to a variety of real world problems and develop your ability to put this into practice through industry-relevant case studies and project work.