Courses

Our full list of courses is below, and there are also packages of courses available for students with particular interests or needs:

Planning a course program can be challenging. It is important that students enroll in the courses most appropriate to their overall goals and abilities, as well as completing their required mathematics prerequisites.

It is strongly recommended that students contact us for advice when planning their course program.

Year 1

Semester 1

Semester 2

Year 2

Semester 1

Semester 2

Year 3

Semester 1

Semester 2

Honours

Honours courses are available to 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students. Please view the list of courses under the Honours tab and check the course page for requisite information or contact the course convener to discuss enrolment options .

Special topics

Special topics courses vary each semester, and students are encouraged to attend the informational meeting at 10:00 am in JD 35 on the first Monday of the term.

 

Note for Engineering and Actuarial students

Mathematics & its Applications 1 & 2 form part of the Engineering program. Mathematical Foundations for Statistics forms part of the Actuarial program. Those who have the appropriate background in mathematics are encouraged to enroll in Mathematics & Applications 1 & 2 (Honours).

Semester 1

Semester 2

 

*Special topics courses vary each semester, and many honours students take several such courses. Students are encouraged to attend the informational meeting at 10:00 am in JD 35 on the first Monday of the term.

Special topic courses are offered subject to staff availability and student demand. They are generally advanced fourth year courses with third year courses as prerequisites. Information on choice, availability, timetabling, etc, is provided at a meeting held at 10am on the first Monday of each semester in room G35, building 27. For a list of reading courses & special topics courses offered in previous years please visit the archive page.

Semester 1

Semester 2

Special topic courses are offered subject to staff availability and student demand. They are generally advanced fourth year courses with third year courses as prerequisites. Information on choice, availability, timetabling, etc, is provided at a meeting held at 10am on the first Monday of each semester in room G35, building 27. For a list of reading courses & special topics courses offered in previous years please visit the archive page.