Study Planner Information
Year 1 Study Planner
What do the different requirements mean?
- Compulsory – all students must complete this course
- Prerequisite for major – a course required for this major
- Recommended – a course which complements the major, but can be substituted for an elective
- Elective – an elective course from the course list, or as permitted by the program rules
Course Code & Title | Requirements |
---|---|
SCIE1100 Advanced Theory and Practice in Science | Compulsory |
MATH1061 Discrete Mathematics | Prerequisite for major |
[
MATH1051 Calculus and Linear Algebra I^{1} OR MATH1071 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra I^{2} ] |
Prerequisite for major |
Elective | Elective |
Course Code & Title | Requirements |
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SCIE1200 Introduction to Science Research | Compulsory |
[ STAT1201 Analysis of Scientific Data^{3} OR STAT1301 Advanced Analysis of Scientific Data^{3} ] |
Compulsory |
[
MATH1052 Multivariate Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations OR MATH1072 Advanced Multivariate Calculus & Ordinary Differential Equations ^{2} ] |
Prerequisite for Major |
Elective | Elective |
1. Students without Queensland Senior Maths C should complete MATH1050 before MATH1051.
2. Students with a high achievement in Senior Maths C (or a 6 or 7 in MATH1050) should take the sequence MATH1071, MATH1072 and MATH2401. Students with a sound achievement in Senior Maths C (or a 4 or 5 in MATH1050) should take the sequence MATH1051, MATH1052 and MATH2400.
3. Students who intend to major in Mathematics should take STAT1301. Other students with an interest in advanced mathematics and at least a high achievement in Maths C or a 6 in MATH1050 are encouraged to take STAT1301.
Year 2 to 3 Study Planner
What do the different columns mean?
- Required for Major – a course required for this major
- Recommended – a course which complements the major, but can be substituted for an elective
Semester | Required for Major | Recommended |
---|---|---|
1 | MATH2001 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra^{3} [ MATH2400 Mathematical Analysis^{2} OR MATH2401 Mathematical Analysis and Advanced Topics^{2} ] Choose at least 4 units from: [ MATH2301 Linear &Abstract Algebra & Number Theory |
Please refer to the Course List |
2 |
COSC2500 Numerical Methods in Computational Science |
Please refer to the Course List |
2. Students with a high achievement in Senior Maths C (or a 6 or 7 in MATH1050) should take the sequence MATH1071, MATH1072 and MATH2401. Students with a sound achievement in Senior Maths C (or a 4 or 5 in MATH1050) should take the sequence MATH1051, MATH1052 and MATH2400.
3. Available in Semester 1 & 2
Semester | Required for Major | Recommended |
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1 | MATH3401 Complex Analysis Choose at least 8 units (but must include at least 2 units not coded MATH34XX or MATH44XX): [ MATH3090 Finanical Mathematics |
Please refer to the Course List |
2 |
MATH3102 Methods and Models of Applied Mathematics [ SCIE3250 Introduction to Research in Mathematics/Physics OR SCIE3251 Introduction to Research in Mathematics/Physics ] |
Please refer to the Course List |
4. Any Level 4 Mathematics course with the permission of the Executive Dean. Students will not be permitted to take MATH44XX if they have already completed 8 units of MATH34XX.
Year 4 Study Planner
What do the different columns mean?
- Required for Major – a course required for this major
- Recommended – a course which complements the major, but can be substituted for an elective
Semester | Required for Major | Recommended |
---|---|---|
1 | MATH6010 Mathematics Honours Research Project^{5} Choose at least 10 units from: [ MATH4091 Financial Calculus |
Please refer to the Course List |
2 |
MATH4090 Computation in Financial Mathematics |
Please refer to the Course List |
5. Students can complete either MATH6010 or MATH6020
6. Offered even years only
7. Offered odd years only
8. Course is offered in semester 1 and semester 2.