Studying in the School of Mathematics and Statistics allows you to analyse and develop valuable insights into our datadriven world. When you combine the expertise of our renowned mathematicians and statisticians with the breadth of courses offered, you’ll be prepared for a wide variety of careers.
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Course outlines will be available in Oweek of the term. To view outlines from other year and/or terms visit www.unsw.edu.au/courseoutlines.
Students whose program requires them to take Mathematics courses in later years must take the standard first year courses MATH1131 Mathematics 1A and MATH1231 Mathematics 1B, or their higher equivalents MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A and MATH1241 Higher Mathematics 1B. The higher versions cover all of the material in MATH1131 and MATH1231, often at greater depth, and are intended for students who have obtained high marks in HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Extension 2, or very high marks in Mathematics Extension 1 alone.
Students who do not intend studying Mathematics beyond Year 1 may instead take the courses MATH1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences and MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences. However, students who select these courses should seriously consider the implications of their choice because only a limited number of further Mathematics courses will be available to them.
The single course MATH1011 Fundamentals of Mathematics B is also available to students seeking an alternate prerequisite for MATH1131 in cases where they do not meet the normal HSC prerequisites. Students should note, however, that only one of MATH1011 and MATH1131 can be counted in their degree.
MATH1151 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A and MATH1251 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B are similar to MATH1141 and MATH1241, but are designed for Actuarial Studies students, for students in the BCom/BSc who are taking majors in Finance and Mathematics and for the Mathematics and Finance Plan in Advanced Science.
The course MATH1081 Discrete Mathematics is an additional Level I course which is highly recommended for all students who intend to major in Mathematics. It may be taken in Stage 1 or Stage 2, depending on the mathematical background of the student.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 

Introduction to Data Science 

DATA1001 


Fundamentals of Mathematics B 
MATH1011 

MATH1011 

Mathematics for Life Sciences 
MATH1031 

MATH1031 

Statistics for Life and Social Sciences 
MATH1041 
MATH1041 
MATH1041 

Discrete Mathematics 
MATH1081 
MATH1081 
MATH1081 

Mathematics 1A 
MATH1131 
MATH1131 
MATH1131 

Higher Mathematics 1A 
MATH1141 

MATH1141 

Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A 
MATH1151 



Mathematics 1B 
MATH1231 
MATH1231 
MATH1231 

Higher Mathematics 1B 
MATH1241 
MATH1241 


Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B 

MATH1251 

In second year, we offer you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skill in the 'core' areas of mathematics and statistics and, at the same time, to begin to specialise towards Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics.
Some of the courses you take are determined by your choice of Majors/Minors (in the Science degree program 3970 or combined degree programs) or a study plan (in Advanced Science). Other courses are 'free electives' which you can choose for yourself.
The information given here is to help you choose your electives, starting with a list of courses together with links to a fuller description of each course. Many of the courses are available at Higher level as well as Ordinary, so we offer advice on whether to take Higher courses. Finally, there is a guide to the differences between Applied, Pure and Statistics and how this may affect your choice of courses.
The following is a list of the courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at second year. Each item in the list is linked to a course description which tells you what the course is about and why it is worth studying. The last digit of the course number tells you how many units of credit it is worth: last digit 0 means 3 units of credit and last digit 1 means 6 units of credit.
NOTE: MATH2260 is not taught every year.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 

Several Variable Calculus 
MATH2011 

Engineering Mathematics 2D 
MATH2018 
MATH2018 
MATH2018 

Engineering Mathematics 2E 
MATH2019 


Mathematics 2A 
MATH2069 

Numerical Methods & Statistics 
MATH2089 

MATH2089  
Mathematics 2B 
MATH2099 

Higher Several Variable Calculus 
MATH2111 

Differential Equations 
MATH2121 

Higher Differential Equations 
MATH2221 

Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics 
MATH2241 

Mathematical Computing 
MATH2301 

Finite Mathematics 
MATH2400 

Linear Algebra 
MATH2501 

Complex Analysis 
MATH2521 

Higher Linear Algebra 
MATH2601 

Higher Complex Analysis 
MATH2621 

Algebra and Analysis 
MATH2701 

Theory of Statistics 
MATH2801 

Linear Models 
MATH2831 

Probability, Statistics and Information 
MATH2859 

Data Management for Statistical Analysis 
MATH2871 

Higher Theory of Statistics 
MATH2901 

Higher Linear Models 
MATH2931 
The following is a list of courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at third year.
Not all Level III courses in Mathematics and Statistics are offered every year. If a course is not being offered in a particular year, the course entry below will indicate that.
Students proceeding to Year 4 (Honours) in some area of Mathematics or Statistics should consult with the relevant Honours Directors (see the information about Honours) before making a final choice of Level III courses.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 

Data Science and Decisions 
DATA3001 

Mathematical Modelling 
MATH3041 

Applied Real and Functional Analysis 
MATH3051 

MATH3101  Computational Mathematics for Science and Engineering  MATH3101  
Mathematical Methods 
MATH3121 

Optimization 
MATH3161 

Optimization for Data Science 
MATH3191  
Dynamical Systems and Chaos 
MATH3201 

Fluids, Oceans and Climate 
MATH3261 

Mathematical Computing for Finance 
MATH3311 

MATH3361 ** 
Stochastic Differential Equations** 
MATH3361  
Numerical Linear Algebra 
MATH3371 

Information, Codes and Ciphers 
MATH3411 

MATH3431 
Number Theory 
MATH3431 

MATH3531 
Topology and Differential Geometry 
MATH3531 

History of Mathematics 
MATH3560 

Foundations of Calculus 
MATH3570 

Higher Analysis 
MATH3611 

Higher Topology and Differential Geometry 
MATH3701 

Higher Algebra 
MATH3711 

Probability and Stochastic Processes 
MATH3801 

Statistical Inference 
MATH3811 

Statistical Modelling and Computing 
MATH3821 

Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research 
MATH3831 

MATH3841  Statistical Analysis of Dependent Data  MATH3841  
Experimental Design and Categorical Data 
MATH3851 

MATH3856  Introduction to Data and Machine Learning  MATH3856  
Bayesian Inference and Computation 
MATH3871 

Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes 
MATH3901 

Higher Statistical Inference 
MATH3911 

Biomathematics 
MATH6781 
** These courses (MATH3101 and MATH3361) are offered in alternate years. MATH3101 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3361 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
*** These courses (MATH3171 and MATH3191) are offered in alternate years. MATH3191 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3171 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
Students whose program requires them to take Mathematics courses in later years must take the standard first year courses MATH1131 Mathematics 1A and MATH1231 Mathematics 1B, or their higher equivalents MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A and MATH1241 Higher Mathematics 1B. The higher versions cover all of the material in MATH1131 and MATH1231, often at greater depth, and are intended for students who have obtained high marks in HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Extension 2, or very high marks in Mathematics Extension 1 alone.
Students who do not intend studying Mathematics beyond Year 1 may instead take the courses MATH1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences and MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences. However, students who select these courses should seriously consider the implications of their choice because only a limited number of further Mathematics courses will be available to them.
The single course MATH1011 Fundamentals of Mathematics B is also available to students seeking an alternate prerequisite for MATH1131 in cases where they do not meet the normal HSC prerequisites. Students should note, however, that only one of MATH1011 and MATH1131 can be counted in their degree.
MATH1151 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A and MATH1251 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B are similar to MATH1141 and MATH1241, but are designed for Actuarial Studies students, for students in the BCom/BSc who are taking majors in Finance and Mathematics and for the Mathematics and Finance Plan in Advanced Science.
The course MATH1081 Discrete Mathematics is an additional Level I course which is highly recommended for all students who intend to major in Mathematics. It may be taken in Stage 1 or Stage 2, depending on the mathematical background of the student.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Introduction to Data Science 

DATA1001 


Fundamentals of Mathematics B 

MATH1011 

Mathematics for Life Sciences 

MATH1031 

Statistics for Life and Social Sciences 
MATH1041 
MATH1041 

Discrete Mathematics 
MATH1081 
MATH1081 

Mathematics 1A 
MATH1131 
MATH1131 

Higher Mathematics 1A 

MATH1141 

Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A 



Mathematics 1B 
MATH1231 
MATH1231 

Higher Mathematics 1B 
MATH1241 


Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B 

MATH1251 

In second year, we offer you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skill in the 'core' areas of mathematics and statistics and, at the same time, to begin to specialise towards Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics.
Some of the courses you take are determined by your choice of Majors/Minors (in the Science degree program 3970 or combined degree programs) or a study plan (in Advanced Science). Other courses are 'free electives' which you can choose for yourself.
The information given here is to help you choose your electives, starting with a list of courses together with links to a fuller description of each course. Many of the courses are available at Higher level as well as Ordinary, so we offer advice on whether to take Higher courses. Finally, there is a guide to the differences between Applied, Pure and Statistics and how this may affect your choice of courses.
The following is a list of the courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at second year. Each item in the list is linked to a course description which tells you what the course is about and why it is worth studying. The last digit of the course number tells you how many units of credit it is worth: last digit 0 means 3 units of credit and last digit 1 means 6 units of credit.
NOTE: MATH2260 is not taught every year.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Several Variable Calculus 

Engineering Mathematics 2D 
MATH2018 
MATH2018 

Engineering Mathematics 2E 


Mathematics 2A 
MATH2069 

Numerical Methods & Statistics 

MATH2089  
Mathematics 2B 
MATH2099 

Higher Several Variable Calculus 

Differential Equations 
MATH2121 

Higher Differential Equations 
MATH2221 

Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics 

Mathematical Computing 

Finite Mathematics 
MATH2400 

Linear Algebra 
MATH2501 

Complex Analysis 
MATH2521 

Higher Linear Algebra 
MATH2601 

Higher Complex Analysis 
MATH2621 

Algebra and Analysis 
MATH2701 

Theory of Statistics 
MATH2801 

Linear Models 
MATH2831 

Probability, Statistics and Information 
MATH2859 

Data Management for Statistical Analysis 

Higher Theory of Statistics 
MATH2901 

Higher Linear Models 
MATH2931 
The following is a list of courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at third year.
Not all Level III courses in Mathematics and Statistics are offered every year. If a course is not being offered in a particular year, the course entry below will indicate that.
Students proceeding to Year 4 (Honours) in some area of Mathematics or Statistics should consult with the relevant Honours Directors (see the information about Honours) before making a final choice of Level III courses.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Data Science and Decisions 
DATA3001 

Mathematical Modelling 
MATH3041 

Applied Real and Functional Analysis 
MATH3051 

MATH3101  Computational Mathematics for Science and Engineering  MATH3101  
Mathematical Methods 

Optimization 

MATH3171 *** 
Linear and Discrete Optimization Modelling*** 
MATH3171  
Dynamical Systems and Chaos 
MATH3201 

Fluids, Oceans and Climate 
MATH3261 

Mathematical Computing for Finance 
MATH3311 

MATH3361 ** 
Stochastic Differential Equations** 
MATH3361  
Numerical Linear Algebra 

Information, Codes and Ciphers 
MATH3411 

MATH3431 
Number Theory 

Transformation, Groups and Geometry 
MATH3511 

History of Mathematics 

Foundations of Calculus 

Higher Analysis 
MATH3611 

Higher Topology and Differential Geometry 
MATH3701 

Higher Algebra 

Probability and Stochastic Processes 

Statistical Inference 

Statistical Modelling and Computing 
MATH3821 

Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research 
MATH3831 

MATH3841  Statistical Analysis of Dependent Data  MATH3841  
Experimental Design and Categorical Data 
MATH3851 

MATH3856  Introduction to Data and Machine Learning  MATH3856  
Bayesian Inference and Computation 
MATH3871 

Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes 

Higher Statistical Inference 

Biomathematics 
MATH6781 
** These courses (MATH3101 and MATH3361) are offered in alternate years. MATH3101 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3361 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
*** These courses (MATH3171 and MATH3191) are offered in alternate years. MATH3191 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3171 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
Note: We are aware some course exclusions on the Handbook may be different to the School website. We are in the process of updating this information. Meanwhile, students should be following the Handbook course information with the School website information as a supplement.
Students whose program requires them to take Mathematics courses in later years must take the standard first year courses MATH1131 Mathematics 1A and MATH1231 Mathematics 1B, or their higher equivalents MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A and MATH1241 Higher Mathematics 1B. The higher versions cover all of the material in MATH1131 and MATH1231, often at greater depth, and are intended for students who have obtained high marks in HSC Mathematics Extension 1 and Extension 2, or very high marks in Mathematics Extension 1 alone.
Students who do not intend studying Mathematics beyond Year 1 may instead take the courses MATH1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences and MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences. However, students who select these courses should seriously consider the implications of their choice because only a limited number of further Mathematics courses will be available to them.
The single course MATH1011 Fundamentals of Mathematics B is also available to students seeking an alternate prerequisite for MATH1131 in cases where they do not meet the normal HSC prerequisites. Students should note, however, that only one of MATH1011 and MATH1131 can be counted in their degree.
MATH1151 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A and MATH1251 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B are similar to MATH1141 and MATH1241, but are designed for Actuarial Studies students, for students in the BCom/BSc who are taking majors in Finance and Mathematics and for the Mathematics and Finance Plan in Advanced Science.
The course MATH1081 Discrete Mathematics is an additional Level I course which is highly recommended for all students who intend to major in Mathematics. It may be taken in Stage 1 or Stage 2, depending on the mathematical background of the student.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Introduction to Data Science 

DATA1001 


Fundamentals of Mathematics B 
MATH1011 


Mathematics for Life Sciences 
MATH1031 


Statistics for Life and Social Sciences 
MATH1041 
MATH1041 

Discrete Mathematics 
MATH1081 
MATH1081 

Mathematics 1A 
MATH1131 
MATH1131 

Higher Mathematics 1A 
MATH1141 


Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A 
MATH1151 



Mathematics 1B 
MATH1231 
MATH1231 

Higher Mathematics 1B 
MATH1241 
MATH1241 


Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B 

MATH1251 

In second year, we offer you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skill in the 'core' areas of mathematics and statistics and, at the same time, to begin to specialise towards Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, or Statistics.
Some of the courses you take are determined by your choice of Majors/Minors (in the Science degree program 3970 or combined degree programs) or a study plan (in Advanced Science). Other courses are 'free electives' which you can choose for yourself.
The information given here is to help you choose your electives, starting with a list of courses together with links to a fuller description of each course. Many of the courses are available at Higher level as well as Ordinary, so we offer advice on whether to take Higher courses. Finally, there is a guide to the differences between Applied, Pure and Statistics and how this may affect your choice of courses.
The following is a list of the courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at second year. Each item in the list is linked to a course description which tells you what the course is about and why it is worth studying. The last digit of the course number tells you how many units of credit it is worth: last digit 0 means 3 units of credit and last digit 1 means 6 units of credit.
NOTE: MATH2260 is not taught every year.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Several Variable Calculus 
MATH2011 

Engineering Mathematics 2D 
MATH2018 
MATH2018 

Engineering Mathematics 2E 
MATH2019 


Mathematics 2A 

Numerical Methods & Statistics 
MATH2089 
MATH2089 

Mathematics 2B 
MATH2099 

Higher Several Variable Calculus 
MATH2111 

Differential Equations 
MATH2121 

Higher Differential Equations 
MATH2221 

Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics 
MATH2241 

Mathematical Computing 
MATH2301 

Finite Mathematics 
MATH2400 

Linear Algebra 
MATH2501 

Complex Analysis 

Higher Linear Algebra 
MATH2601 

Higher Complex Analysis 

Algebra and Analysis 

Theory of Statistics 
MATH2801 

Linear Models 

Probability, Statistics and Information 
MATH2859 

Data Management for Statistical Analysis 
MATH2871 

Higher Theory of Statistics 
MATH2901 

Higher Linear Models 
The following is a list of courses we offer Mathematics and Statistics majors at third year.
Not all Level III courses in Mathematics and Statistics are offered every year. If a course is not being offered in a particular year, the course entry below will indicate that.
Students proceeding to Year 4 (Honours) in some area of Mathematics or Statistics should consult with the relevant Honours Directors (see the information about Honours) before making a final choice of Level III courses.
Course code 
Description 
Term 1(Course Outline) 
Term 2(Course Outline) 
Term 3(Course Outline) 

Data Science and Decisions 

Mathematical Modelling 
MATH3041 

Applied Real and Functional Analysis 

MATH3101** 
Computational Mathematics for Science and Engineering** 

Mathematical Methods 
MATH3121 

Optimization 
MATH3161 

MATH3171 *** 
Linear and Discrete Optimization Modelling*** 

MATH3191 *** 
Mathematical Optimization for Data Science*** 

Dynamical Systems and Chaos 

Fluids, Oceans and Climate 

Mathematical Computing for Finance 
MATH3311 

MATH3361** 
Stochastic Differential Equations** 

Numerical Linear Algebra 
MATH3371 

Information, Codes and Ciphers 

Algebraic Techniques in Number Theory 
MATH3521 

Topology and Differential Geometry 

History of Mathematics 

Foundations of Calculus 
MATH3570 

Higher Analysis 
MATH3611 

Higher Topology and Differential Geometry 

Higher Algebra 
MATH3711 

Probability and Stochastic Processes 
MATH3801 

Statistical Inference 
MATH3811 

Statistical Modelling and Computing 
MATH3821 

Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research 
MATH3831 

Experimental Design and Categorical Data 

Bayesian Inference and Computation 

Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes 
MATH3901 

Higher Statistical Inference 
MATH3911 

Biomathematics 
MATH6781 
** These courses (MATH3101 and MATH3361) are offered in alternate years. MATH3101 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3361 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
*** These courses (MATH3171 and MATH3191) are offered in alternate years. MATH3191 will be offered in even years (2022, 2024…), and MATH3171 will be offered in odd years (2023, 2025…).
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH1011  Fundamentals of Mathematics B  MATH1011  MATH1011  
MATH1031  Mathematics for Life Sciences  MATH1031  MATH1031  
MATH1041  Statistics for Life and Social Sciences  MATH1041  MATH1041  MATH1041 
MATH1081  Discrete Mathematics  MATH1081  MATH1081  MATH1081 
MATH1131  Mathematics 1A  MATH1131  MATH1131  MATH1131 
MATH1141  Higher Mathematics 1A  MATH1141  MATH1141  
MATH1151  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A  MATH1151  
MATH1231  Mathematics 1B  MATH1231  MATH1231  MATH1231 
MATH1241  Higher Mathematics 1B  MATH1241  MATH1241  
MATH1251  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B  MATH1251  
DATA1001  Introduction to Data Science and Decisions  DATA1001 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH2011  Several Variable Calculus  MATH2011  
MATH2018  Engineering Mathematics 2D  MATH2018  MATH2018  MATH2018 
MATH2019  Engineering Mathematics 2E  MATH2019  
MATH2069  Mathematics 2A  MATH2069  
MATH2089  Numerical Methods & Statistics  MATH2089  MATH2089  
MATH2099  Mathematics 2B  MATH2099  
MATH2111  Higher Several Variable Calculus  MATH2111  
MATH2121  Differential Equations  MATH2121  
MATH2221  Higher Differential Equations  MATH2221  
MATH2241  Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics  MATH2241  
MATH2301  Mathematical Computing  MATH2301  
MATH2400  Finite Mathematics  MATH2400  
MATH2501  Linear Algebra  MATH2501  
MATH2521  Complex Analysis  MATH2521  
MATH2601  Higher Linear Algebra  MATH2601  
MATH2621  Higher Complex Analysis  MATH2621  
MATH2701  Algebra and Analysis  MATH2701  
MATH2801  Theory of Statistics  MATH2801  
MATH2831  Linear Models  MATH2831  
MATH2859  Probability, Statistics and Information  MATH2859  
MATH2871  Data Management for Statistical Analysis  MATH2871  
MATH2901  Higher Theory of Statistics  MATH2901  
MATH2931  Higher Linear Models  MATH2931 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
DATA3001  Data Science and Decisions  DATA3001  
MATH3041  Mathematical Modelling  MATH3041  
MATH3101  Computational Mathematics  MATH3101  
MATH3121  Mathematical Methods  MATH3121  
MATH3161  Optimization  MATH3161  
MATH3171  Linear and Discrete Optimization Modelling  MATH3171  
MATH3201  Dynamical Systems and Chaos  MATH3201  
MATH3261  Fluids, Oceans and Climate  MATH3261  
MATH3311  Mathematical Computing for Finance  MATH3311  
MATH3361  Stochastic Differential Equations  MATH3361  
MATH3411  Information, Codes and Ciphers  MATH3411  
MATH3511  Transformations, Groups and Geometry  MATH3511  
MATH3521  Algebraic Techniques in Number Theory  MATH3521  
MATH3560  History of Mathematics  MATH3560  
MATH3570  Foundations of Calculus  MATH3570  
MATH3611  Higher Analysis  MATH3611  
MATH3701  Higher Topology and Differential Geometry  MATH3701  
MATH3711  Higher Algebra  MATH3711  
MATH3801  Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3801  
MATH3811  Statistical Inference  MATH3811  
MATH3821  Statistical Modelling and Computing  MATH3821  
MATH3831  Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research  MATH3831  
MATH3851  Experimental Design and Categorical Data  MATH3851  
MATH3871  Bayesian Inference and Computation  MATH3871  
MATH3901  Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3901  
MATH3911  Higher Statistical Inference  MATH3911  
MATH6781  Biomathematics  MATH6781 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH1011  Fundamentals of Mathematics B  MATH1011  MATH1011  
MATH1031  Mathematics for Life Sciences  MATH1031  MATH1031  
MATH1041  Statistics for Life and Social Sciences  MATH1041  MATH1041  MATH1041 
MATH1081  Discrete Mathematics  MATH1081  MATH1081  MATH1081 
MATH1131  Mathematics 1A  MATH1131  MATH1131  MATH1131 
MATH1141  Higher Mathematics 1A  MATH1141  MATH1141  
MATH1151  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A  MATH1151  
MATH1231  Mathematics 1B  MATH1231  MATH1231  MATH1231 
MATH1241  Higher Mathematics 1B  MATH1241  MATH1241  
MATH1251  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B  MATH1251  
DATA1001  Introduction to Data Science and Decisions  DATA1001 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH2011  Several Variable Calculus  MATH2011  
MATH2018  Engineering Mathematics 2D  MATH2018  MATH2018  MATH2018 
MATH2019  Engineering Mathematics 2E  MATH2019  MATH2019  
MATH2069  Mathematics 2A  MATH2069  
MATH2089  Numerical Methods & Statistics  MATH2089  MATH2089  
MATH2099  Mathematics 2B  MATH2099  
MATH2111  Higher Several Variable Calculus  MATH2111  
MATH2121  Differential Equations  MATH2121  
MATH2221  Higher Differential Equations  MATH2221  
MATH2241  Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics  MATH2241  
MATH2301  Mathematical Computing  MATH2301  
MATH2400  Finite Mathematics  MATH2400  
MATH2501  Linear Algebra  MATH2501  
MATH2521  Complex Analysis  MATH2521  
MATH2601  Higher Linear Algebra  MATH2601  
MATH2621  Higher Complex Analysis  MATH2621  
MATH2701  Algebra and Analysis  MATH2701  
MATH2801  Theory of Statistics  MATH2801  
MATH2831  Linear Models  MATH2831  
MATH2859  Probability, Statistics and Information  MATH2859  
MATH2871  Data Management for Statistical Analysis  MATH2871  
MATH2901  Higher Theory of Statistics  MATH2901  
MATH2931  Higher Linear Models  MATH2931 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
DATA3001  Data Science and Decisions  DATA3001  
MATH3041  Mathematical Modelling  MATH3041  
MATH3101  Computational Mathematics  MATH3101  
MATH3121  Mathematical Methods  MATH3121  
MATH3161  Optimization  MATH3161  
MATH3171  Linear and Discrete Optimization Modelling  MATH3171  
MATH3201  Dynamical Systems and Chaos  MATH3201  
MATH3261  Fluids, Oceans and Climate  MATH3261  
MATH3311  Mathematical Computing for Finance  MATH3311  
MATH3361  Stochastic Differential Equations  MATH3361  
MATH3411  Information, Codes and Ciphers  MATH3411  
MATH3511  Transformations, Groups and Geometry  MATH3511  
MATH3521  Algebraic Techniques in Number Theory  MATH3521  
MATH3531  Topology and Differential Geometry  
MATH3560  History of Mathematics  MATH3560  
MATH3570  Foundations of Calculus  MATH3570  
MATH3611  Higher Analysis  MATH3611  
MATH3701  Higher Topology and Differential Geometry  MATH3701  
MATH3711  Higher Algebra  MATH3711  
MATH3801  Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3801  
MATH3811  Statistical Inference  MATH3811  
MATH3821  Statistical Modelling and Computing  MATH3821  
MATH3831  Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research  MATH3831  
MATH3841  Statistical Analysis of Dependent Data  Cancelled  
MATH3851  Experimental Design and Categorical Data  MATH3851  
MATH3871  Bayesian Inference and Computation  MATH3871  
MATH3901  Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3901  
MATH3911  Higher Statistical Inference  MATH3911  
MATH6781  Biomathematics  MATH6781 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH1011  Fundamentals of Mathematics B  MATH1011  MATH1011  
MATH1031  Mathematics for Life Sciences  MATH1031  MATH1031  
MATH1041  Statistics for Life and Social Sciences  MATH1041  MATH1041  MATH1041 
MATH1081  Discrete Mathematics  MATH1081  MATH1081  MATH1081 
MATH1131  Mathematics 1A  MATH1131  MATH1131  MATH1131 
MATH1141  Higher Mathematics 1A  MATH1141  MATH1141  
MATH1151  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1A  MATH1151  
MATH1231  Mathematics 1B  MATH1231  MATH1231  MATH1231 
MATH1241  Higher Mathematics 1B  MATH1241  MATH1241  
MATH1251  Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance 1B  MATH1251  
DATA1001  Introduction to Data Science and Decisions  DATA1001 
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Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
MATH2011  Several Variable Calculus  MATH2011  
MATH2018  Engineering Mathematics 2D  MATH2018  MATH2018  MATH2018 
MATH2019  Engineering Mathematics 2E  MATH2019  MATH2019  
MATH2069  Mathematics 2A  MATH2069  
MATH2089  Numerical Methods & Statistics  MATH2089  MATH2089  
MATH2099  Mathematics 2B  MATH2099  
MATH2111  Higher Several Variable Calculus  MATH2111  
MATH2121  Differential Equations  MATH2121  
MATH2221  Higher Differential Equations  MATH2221  
MATH2241  Intro to Atmosphere & Ocean Dynamics  MATH2241  
MATH2301  Mathematical Computing  MATH2301  
MATH2400  Finite Mathematics  MATH2400  
MATH2501  Linear Algebra  MATH2501  
MATH2521  Complex Analysis  MATH2521  
MATH2601  Higher Linear Algebra  MATH2601  
MATH2621  Higher Complex Analysis  MATH2621  
MATH2701  Algebra and Analysis  MATH2701  
MATH2801  Theory of Statistics  MATH2801  
MATH2831  Linear Models  MATH2831  
MATH2859  Probability, Statistics and Information  MATH2859  
MATH2871  Data Management for Statistical Analysis  MATH2871  
MATH2901  Higher Theory of Statistics  MATH2901  
MATH2931  Higher Linear Models  MATH2931 
Course code 
Description 
Term 1 
Term 2 
Term 3 
DATA3001  Data Science and Decisions  DATA3001  
MATH3041  Mathematical Modelling  MATH3041  
MATH3101  Computational Mathematics  MATH3101  
MATH3121  Mathematical Methods  MATH3121  
MATH3161  Optimization  MATH3161  
MATH3171  Linear and Discrete Optimization Modelling  MATH3171  
MATH3201  Dynamical Systems and Chaos  MATH3201  
MATH3261  Fluids, Oceans and Climate  MATH3261  
MATH3311  Mathematical Computing for Finance  MATH3311  
MATH3361  Stochastic Differential Equations  MATH3361  
MATH3411  Information, Codes and Ciphers  MATH3411  
MATH3511  Transformations, Groups and Geometry  MATH3511  
MATH3521  Algebraic Techniques in Number Theory  MATH3521  
MATH3531  Topology and Differential Geometry  
MATH3560  History of Mathematics  MATH3560  
MATH3570  Foundations of Calculus  MATH3570  
MATH3611  Higher Analysis  MATH3611  
MATH3701  Higher Topology and Differential Geometry  MATH3701  
MATH3711  Higher Algebra  MATH3711  
MATH3801  Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3801  
MATH3811  Statistical Inference  MATH3811  
MATH3821  Statistical Modelling and Computing  MATH3821  
MATH3831  Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research  MATH3831  
MATH3841  Statistical Analysis of Dependent Data  Cancelled  
MATH3851  Experimental Design and Categorical Data  MATH3851  
MATH3871  Bayesian Inference and Computation  MATH3871  
MATH3901  Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes  MATH3901  
MATH3911  Higher Statistical Inference  MATH3911  
MATH6781  Biomathematics  MATH6781 