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MSc in Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Logic Students chose 90cr of courses across 2 semesters from the following lists: You must select at least 45cr from the following courses: Semester 1 MATH61201 Project Semester One MATH61011 Fourier Analysis and Lebesgue Integration MATH61051 Introduction to Topology MATH61061 Differentiable Manifolds MATH62001 Group Theory MATH62041 Noncommutative Algebra MATH62051 Hyperbolic Geometry MATH62071 Introduction to Number Theory MATH63001 Predicate Logic MATH63051 Model theory MATH62061 Representation Theory Exam Dates: 12th – 23rd January 2015 You must select at least 45cr from the following courses: Semester 2 MATH61000 Double Project MATH61002 Linear Analysis MATH61022 Analytic Number Theory MATH61072 Algebraic Topology MATH61082 Riemannian Geometry MATH61112 Ergodic Theory MATH61202 Project Semester Two MATH62112 Lie Algebras MATH62122 Galois Theory MATH63042 Godel’s Theorems Exam Dates: 14th May – 3rd June 2015 You may select the rest of your modules from the following list. You may only chose 15cr from the starred units: In addition units from the MSc in Pure Mathematics and MSc Statistics may be chosen in consolation with your programme director You must also be registered for your dissertation MATH61180: MSc Dissertation (90cr) due 4th September 2015 and you must undertake the compulsory Heath and Safety course via Blackboard. MATH70000 You will have a total of 180cr for the MSc or 120cr for the PG Diploma.