# Program courses jointly organized

KTH and SU provide courses at advanced level (second cycle of higher education) in mathematics of many mathematical branches. For information about regularly given courses in these subjects at the advanced level at KTH and Stockholm University, Following the links below. *Note that for each course listed there is no guarantee that the course will be given during a given year. *

**Courses jointly organized by KTH&SU **

*A course with the code SFXXXX is regularly given at KTH and that with the MMXXXX is regularly given at SU.*

- Fall semester (year with odd number)
- Advanced Real Analysis I, SF2743
- Topology, MM7052 (earlier codes MM7041, MM8002)
- Graph Theory, SF2740
- Commutative algebra and algebraic geometry, MM7042 (earlier code MM8019)
- Mathematical Communication, MM7020
- Partial differential equations, MM8008
- Fourier analysis, SF2705/MM7044 (earlier code MM8003)

- Spring semester (year with even number)
- Representation theory of finite groups, MM7050 (earlier code MM8021)
- Algebraic topology SF3630
- Number theory, SF2728/MM7049 (earlier code MM8012)
- Advanced Complex Analysis, SF2745
- Theory of science, AK2040 (KTH)

- Fall semester (year with even number)
- Advanced Real Analysis I, SF2743,
- Topology, MM7052 (earlier codes MM7041, MM8002)
- Enumerative combinatorics, SF2741
- Galois theory, MM7043 (earlier code MM8005)
- Commutative algebra and algebraic geometry, MM7042 (earlier code MM8019)
- Mathematical Communication, MM7020

- Spring semester (year with odd number)
- Avancerad reell analys II, MM8039
- Chaotic dynamical systems, SF2720
- Differential Geometry, SF2722
- Theory of science, AK2040 (KTH)

Every semester we will provide at least one extra topic within the joint master program. Below is a short list of such courses in the past

- Differential Topology
- Mathematical Problems from Industry
- Combinatorial Topology
- Introduction to Riemann Surfaces
- Topics in Combinatorics
- Methods of Modern Mathematical Physics
- Riemann-Hilbert Methods in Asymptotic Analysis
- Algebraic Combinatorics
- Spectral Theory
- Quantum Graphs
- Category Theory
- Computer Algebra
- Function Theory of Several Complex Variables
- Reductive Algebraic Groups
More courses can be found in the following links. For current and scheduled courses see here

Note that Logic is solely organized by SU, see links below.

**Courses organized by KTH **

- Overview of courses in applied and computational mathematics
- Overview over courses in computer science

**Courses organized by SU **