Mathematics

Bachelor's degree

In Brisbane (Australia)

£ 38,896 VAT inc.

Description

  • Typology

    Bachelor's degree

  • Location

    Brisbane (Australia)

  • Duration

    3 Years

  • Credits

    48

Description


Study advanced mathematics and learn how to solve problems in the sciences, engineering, information technology, economics, and business.
The Bachelor of Mathematics is a three-year program designed to develop advanced quantitative and analytical skills, so you can pursue a high-achieving career in mathematics, or one of the many fields it has influenced.
Choose a specialised major in Applied Mathematics, Data Analytics and Operations Research, Mathematical Physics, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics. You may also select a minor in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, or Physics.
Hone your skills in areas that are increasingly in demand across a wide range of jobs. This includes advanced problem solving, logical thinking, conceptual ability, communication, data handling and interpretation, and research.
Work with exceptionally driven peers, and learn from some of Australia's leading mathematicians. You will forge life-long connections, both personally and professionally, with people who share a common passion for mathematics.
The Bachelor of Mathematics provides quantitative training that will set you apart in the job market and allow you to excel in the mathematical aspects of a range of disciplines.
TEACHING STAFF
Our teachers are tops
UQ mathematicians have been recognised with some of Australia’s highest accolades. Our talented academics include four fellows of the Australian Academy of Sciences and eight ARC Future Fellows. The School of Mathematics and Physics is also home to three ARC Centres of Excellence.
STUDENTS
Meet like-minded students
Join the Mathematics Students Society (MSS) for weekly maths talks, games/film nights, or larger events such as lawn bowl evenings and soirees. The maths talks, in particular, are a great opportunity to learn how to present mathematics to an audience and your peers .
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Research opportunities
During semester breaks, UQ's Summer and Winter Research Programs...

Facilities

Location

Starts

Brisbane (Australia)
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Street Lucia, QLD 4072

Starts

On request

To take into account



Entry requirements

Queensland Year 12 or equivalent English and Mathematics B.
View the equivalent qualifications for international students.

All international applicants need to meet the minimum entry score for this program.

IELTS overall 6.5; reading 6; writing 6; speaking 6; listening 6. For other English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores approved for UQ, view the English proficiency policy.


International students who are accepted into full-time study in the Bachelor of Mathematics are eligible to apply for an Australian student visa...

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Subjects

  • GCSE Physics
  • Probability
  • GCSE Mathematics
  • Computational
  • Applied Mathematical
  • Financial Training
  • Bioinformatics
  • Financial
  • Maths
  • Algebra
  • Calculus
  • Mathematics

Course programme



Program structure
The courses offered in the Bachelor of Mathematics are set out in the course list. Each course is allocated a certain number of units (#). A standard full-time study load is 8 units per semester.
The Program Rules explain what is required to complete the Bachelor of Mathematics. These requirements include the total number of units you need to complete in order to graduate.
To have your degree conferred, you also need to comply with UQ’s policies and rules.
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • [ MATH1051 2 Calculus & Linear Algebra I [1]
  • [ or
  • [ MATH1071 2 Advanced Calculus & Linear Algebra I [2]
  • [ MATH1052 2 Multivariate Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations
  • [ or
  • [ MATH1072 2 Advanced Multivariate Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations [2]
  • MATH1061 2 Discrete Mathematics
  • MATH2001 2 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra II
  • [ MATH2400 2 Mathematical Analysis
  • [ or
  • [ MATH2401 2 Mathematical Analysis and Advanced Topics [2]
  • MATH3401 2 Complex Analysis
  • STAT1301 2 Advanced Analysis of Scientific Data

Part B

  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • COSC2500 2 Numerical Methods in Computational Science
  • MATH2100 2 Applied Mathematical Analysis
  • MATH3102 2 Methods & Models of Applied Mathematics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • PHYS2100 2 Dynamics, Chaos & Special Relativity
  • STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH3090 2 Financial Mathematics
  • MATH3101 2 Bifurcation and Chaos
  • MATH3104 2 Mathematical Biology
  • MATH3201 2 Scientific Computing: Advanced Techniques and Applications
  • MATH3403 2 Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH3404 2 Optimisation Theory
  • STAT3004 2 Probability Models & Stochastic Processes
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • COSC2500 2 Numerical Methods in Computational Science
  • STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
  • STAT2004 2 Statistical Modelling & Analysis
  • STAT3001 2 Mathematical Statistics
  • MATH3202 2 Operations Research & Mathematical Planning
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • COSC3000 2 Visualization, Computer Graphics & Data Analysis
  • MATH3090 2 Financial Mathematics
  • MATH3404 2 Optimisation Theory
  • MATH4202 2 Advanced Topics in Operations Research
  • STAT3003 2 Experimental Design
  • STAT3004 2 Probability Models & Stochastic Processes
  • STAT3306 2 Statistical Analysis of Genetic Data
  • STAT3500 2 Problems & Applications in Modern Statistics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH2100 2 Applied Mathematical Analysis
  • MATH2301 2 Linear & Abstract Algebra & Number Theory
  • MATH3103 2 Algebraic Methods of Mathematical Physics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • COSC2500 2 Numerical Methods in Computational Science
  • STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
  • PHYS2100 2 Dynamics, Chaos & Special Relativity
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH3101 2 Bifurcation and Chaos
  • MATH3102 2 Methods & Models of Applied Mathematics
  • MATH3303 2 Abstract Algebra & Number Theory
  • MATH3402 2 Functional Analysis
  • MATH3403 2 Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH3405 2 Differential Geometry
  • STAT3004 2 Probability Models & Stochastic Processes
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH2301 2 Linear & Abstract Algebra & Number Theory
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH2100 2 Applied Mathematical Analysis
  • MATH2302 2 Discrete Mathematics II
  • PHYS2100 2 Dynamics, Chaos & Special Relativity
  • STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH3301 2 Graph Theory and Design Theory
  • MATH3303 2 Abstract Algebra & Number Theory
  • MATH3402 2 Functional Analysis
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH3103 2 Algebraic Methods of Mathematical Physics
  • MATH3301 2 Graph Theory and Design Theory
  • MATH3302 2 Coding & Cryptography
  • MATH3303 2 Abstract Algebra & Number Theory
  • MATH3306 2 Set Theory & Mathematical Logic
  • MATH3402 2 Functional Analysis
  • MATH3403 2 Partial Differential Equations
  • MATH3404 2 Optimisation Theory
  • MATH3405 2 Differential Geometry
  • STAT3004 2 Probability Models & Stochastic Processes
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • COSC2500 2 Numerical Methods in Computational Science
  • STAT2003 2 Probability & Statistics
  • STAT2004 2 Statistical Modelling & Analysis
  • STAT3001 2 Mathematical Statistics
  • STAT3003 2 Experimental Design
  • STAT3004 2 Probability Models & Stochastic Processes
  • STAT3500 2 Problems & Applications in Modern Statistics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH3090 2 Financial Mathematics
  • MATH3202 2 Operations Research & Mathematical Planning
  • MATH3404 2 Optimisation Theory
  • STAT3306 2 Statistical Analysis of Genetic Data
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • MATH1050 2 Mathematical Foundations [3]
  • MATH2070 2 Natural Resource Mathematics
  • PHYS2100 2 Dynamics, Chaos & Special Relativity
  • SCIE1000 2 Theory & Practice in Science
  • SCIE2100 2 Introduction to Bioinformatics
  • [ SCIE3250 2 Introduction to Research in Mathematics/Physics
  • [ or
  • [ SCIE3251 2 Introduction to Research in Mathematics/Physics
  • SCIE3255 2 Mathematics & Physics Industry Project

Part D

  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • BIOL1020 2 Genes, Cells & Evolution
  • CSSE1001 2 Introduction to Software Engineering
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • SCIE2100 2 Introduction to Bioinformatics
  • BIOL3014 2 Advanced Bioinformatics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • CSSE1001 2 Introduction to Software Engineering
  • CSSE2002 2 Programming in the Large
  • COMP3506 2 Algorithms & Data Structures
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • INFS1200 2 Introduction to Information Systems
  • COSC3000 2 Visualization, Computer Graphics & Data Analysis
  • COSC3500 2 High-Performance Computing
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • PHYS1001 2 Mechanics & Thermal Physics I
  • PHYS1002 2 Electromagnetism and Modern Physics
  • Course Code Units Course Title
  • PHYS2020 2 Thermodynamics & Condensed Matter Physics
  • PHYS2041 2 Quantum Physics
  • PHYS2055 2 Introduction to Fields in Physics

Mathematics

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