# Mathematics - MATHM13935

## Stream Summary

**Faculty:** SCI - Faculty of Science

**School:** School of Mathematics and Statistics

**Contact:** http://www.maths.unsw.edu.au/

**Program:** 3935 - Science/Social Science

**Award(s):**

Bachelor of Science (Major)

Information valid for students commencing 2013.

Students who commenced prior to 2013 should go to the Handbook's Previous Editions

## Stream Outline

## Stream Structure

**Stage 1**

- MATH1131 Mathematics 1A (6 UOC)
**or**MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A (6 UOC) - MATH1231 Mathematics 1B (6 UOC)
**or**MATH1241 Higher Mathematics 1B (6 UOC)

**Stage 2**

- MATH2011 Several Variable Calculus (6 UOC)
**or**MATH2111 Higher Several Variable Calculus (6 UOC) - MATH2120 Math Methods for Diff Eqns (3 UOC)
**or**MATH2130 Higher Math Methods for DEs (3 UOC) - MATH2501 Linear Algebra (6 UOC)
**or**MATH2601 Higher Linear Algebra (6 UOC) - MATH2520 Complex Analysis (3 UOC)
**or**MATH2620 Higher Complex Analysis (3 UOC) - MATH2801 Theory of Statistics (6 UOC)
**or**MATH2901 Higher Theory of Statistics (6 UOC)

**Stage 3**

- 12 UOC of non-statistics level III (or hybrid) Mathematics course.
^{1} - 6 UOC of any level III (or hybrid) Mathematics course not already taken.

**Notes:**- Courses numbered from MATH3000 to MATH3699 or MATH6700 to MATH6899 inclusive are non-statistics Mathematics courses.

## Notes

Many courses in Mathematics are offered at two levels. The higher level courses cater for students with greater mathematical ability and/or a higher level of prior knowledge. Students with suitable qualifications are encouraged to enrol in the corresponding higher level courses.

Students who are completing the Bachelor Science (majoring in Mathematics) in concurrent mode with a Bachelor of Engineering will need to substitute some level II courses in the Engineering program. For more information see this document: Mathematics in BE BSc Programs or contact the School of Mathematics and Statistics.