University of Brighton

Mathematics with business bsc(hons)

University of Brighton
In Brighton and Hove

Price on request
Prefer to call the centre directly?

Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Brighton and hove
Duration 3 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Brighton and hove
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

Mathematics graduates are in high demand for their ability to analyse and solve problems. This course combines mathematics with a thorough grounding in business, equipping you with skills to effectively apply your knowledge to industry and commerce.
Developed in collaboration with industry experts, our course has a focus on employability, and covers key mathematical concepts and their practical applications in a supportive environment. With an emphasis on problem-solving and communication, you will develop research, evaluation, strategy planning, resource management, and presentation skills.
You will learn to produce realistic solutions to practical business problems. An integrated blend of maths and business, two-thirds of the course concentrates on developing your mathematical abilities. A third is taught by specialists in the university’s Business School, focusing on business with elements of economics and finance.
Using sophisticated mathematical and statistical software such as Maple, R and SAS, you will develop core and advanced mathematical skills.

Facilities (1)
Where and when

Location

Starts

Brighton and Hove (East Sussex)
See map

Starts

Different dates availableNow taking bookings

Questions & Answers

Ask a question and other users will answer you

Who do you want to respond to your question/enquiry?

We will only publish your name and question

What you'll learn on the course

GCSE Mathematics
Financial Training
Industry
Financial
Finance
Economics
Mathematics
Statistics

Course programme

Year 1

You will study areas including: core mathematical principles and techniques, statistics, business economics, financial knowledge and skills for business.

Modules
  • Discrete and Continuous Mathematics

    This module introduces you to basic mathematical culture and fundamental concepts in discrete and continuous mathematics. You will actively engage with the subject by performing an exploration of topics within context and communicating the results using the language of mathematics.

  • Linear Algebra and Calculus

    This module introduces abstract concepts of linear algebra and applies them to range of different mathematical problems. Rigorous consideration of elementary examples will allow you to develop your understanding of the general common principles that underlie many real-world applications ranging from solving differential equations to computer graphics.

  • Introduction to Statistics

    This module introduces you to statistical and probability concepts and their real-world applications. Software packages such as SPSS and Microsoft Excel will be used to provide you with a grounding in industry appropriate statistical software. You will gain the skills required to apply statistics to real data sets together with the appropriate theory behind the applications.

  • Business Economics

    In this module you will develop your understanding of key economic concepts by applying them to contemporary issues within the world of business and through the application of quantitative techniques. You will also gain an understanding of how political, economic and environmental factors influence the world of business.

  • Financial Knowledge and Skills for Business

    This module provides you with an introduction to fundamental concepts in the fields of financial accounting, management accounting, and finance. You will develop a basic understanding of an organisation’s financial position and performance through the application of appropriate analytical tools and procedures.

Pressing play on the video above may set third-party cookies. Please read our cookie policy for more information.


Compare to choose better:
See all