No, not at all.
In fact, small classes, the Advisor System and shared office hours now enable students to have more clearly-defined goals within a step-by-step learning process.
This, in turn, enables them to explore a wide range of research approaches and to work on their Master’s Thesis more independently.
The Graduate School has also beefed up its fundamentals, which enables students to submit theses covering a wider range of subjects.
For more information, please refer to Learning in the Graduate School of Mathematics.