The Open University in the UK does a distance degree in Mathematics at the undergrad level. Don't think they do anything at postgrad. However, I'm a little unsure whether it's advisable to do an MSc in Applied Mathematics without the necessary first degree material. Depends very much on the mathematical content of your first degree. IMHO, most non-Mathematics first degrees do not cover enough of the mathematical fundamentals required later on at postgrad level. A self test would be to see if you can do the exercises from an undergrad level Mathematical Analysis book.You might like to check with a normal Applied Math department whether you have the required background before purusing further. There are so many variations on what might be called an "Applied Math MSc".
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on May 4th, 2011, 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.