Develop your knowledge of mathematical methods and techniques, applying your skills to real industrial problems. The Mathematics (Hons) BSc will give you a head start in a range of careers from business and finance to engineering and teaching.
With its focus on the real-world applications of mathematics, this course is challenging, rewarding and opens doors to a wide range of career choices. While maths is one of the oldest subjects to study, it is constantly charting exciting new directions.
This BSc (Hons) degree will develop your knowledge and understanding of key concepts in mathematics, statistics and operational research. You will also explore how mathematics can be applied to the modern world of business.
You will build vital transferable skills in analytical problem-solving, communication, IT and working both independently and as part of a team.
An independent study project will form a significant part of your final year. This provides a unique opportunity for you to pursue your personal interests and you will be guided throughout your project by an Independent Study Supervisor.
Mathematics prepares you for a successful and satisfying academic career or for a non-academic career in areas such as industry, finance and business. Many employers value the problem-solving and independent thinking skills that mathematics graduates can offer, together with their analytical and numeric competence.
Recent graduates have gone on to work in a variety of roles and organisations, including the London Stock Exchange, the Police and the Civil Service.
After graduating, you will be accepted for associate membership of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. This is the first step towards becoming a Chartered Mathematician.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
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