Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics)

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Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics)

  • Study mode
    Mathematics and Statistics is studied on campus.
  • Program rating
    According to the University of Melbourne, Australian of the Year Sir Gustav Nossal was quoted as recommending people to study as much mathematics and statistics as they can while at university as this will empower the professional life to follow. Mathematicians and staticians shed light on new perspectives in nature, business and technology.
  • Aimed at
    Those with an interest in mathematics and statistics.
  • Employability
    After studying mathematics the chances of finding a job are high, and graduates can work in general sciences, agriculture and environmental sciences, commerce, finance, engineering, education and government. Positions can include market research consultant, medical analyst or logistics/project manager.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Mathematics and Statistics
    First year

    Calculus 2     
    What is Knowledge and How do we Aacquire It
    Linear Algebra     
    Music and Health

    Second year
    Real Analysis with Applications     
    Probability for Statistics     
    Computer Science     
    Thinking, Reasoning and Learning
    Discrete Mathematics and Operations Research     
    Computer Science     

    Third year
    Complex Analysis     
    Techniques in Operations Research     
    Graph Theory     
    Ways of Knowing and Learning
    Discrete Mathematics     
    Computer Science     
    Computer Science     
    Sounding Off: Music and Politics

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