Bachelor of Science (Hons) Mathematical Sciences DT205
- Level 8
- 4 Years
- Kevin Street
- School of Mathematical Sciences
- College of Sciences and Health
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Mathematical Sciences is a broad title that encompasses most areas of mathematics and statistics. Graduates have high-calibre analytical and problem-solving skills and are therefore extremely flexible and able to apply a broad range of mathematical techniques and rigour to countless applications and industries. The programme provides graduates with scientific and analytical skills in mathematics as well as an ability to solve problems found in real-life. The first two years of the programme are designed to provide a sound foundation in mathematics, which will underpin subsequent work, and to introduce students to topics in statistics and computer science which can be developed further in later stages through specialised modules. Graduates of this programme have highly-developed analytical, technical, modelling and problem-solving skills and are in an ideal position to embark on high achieving careers in industry, commerce, the teaching and other professions and the public sector.
Students may be required to attend classes at locations across the Institute.
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