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 OR SCIE2011 Perspectives in Science^{3} ] |
Compulsory |
[ STAT1201 Analysis of Scientific Data^{4} OR STAT1301 Advanced Analysis of Scientific Data^{4} ] |
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. Entry is by application and is restricted to 40 places.
4. 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 |
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1 | MATH2001 Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra II^{3} MATH2400 Mathematical Analysis^{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 MATH2401 Mathematical Analysis and Advanced Topics^{2} |
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. MATH2400 is offered in semester 1. MATH2401 is offered in semester 2.
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 |
MATH3070 Natural Resource 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.