About the Department of Mathematics
Mathematics has been studied at King's College London throughout its history and the first Professor of Mathematics was appointed in 1830. Since then the Department of Mathematics has established a record of accomplishments in central areas of pure mathematics and applied mathematics.
The Department offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in mathematics. Our mathematics degree programmes and course modules are influenced by the various research interests and activities of the staff.
The Department of Mathematics is part of the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences at King's. The Departments of the Faculty together provide a wide range of degree programmes and course modules in mathematics, computer science, physical sciences and engineering, from first year to postgraduate level, and in a variety of modes from full- and part-time to continuing education.