Mathematical Sciences is a broad term encompassing the disciplines of Pure Mathematics, Applied and Computational Mathematics, and Statistics, as well as subfields of computer science, engineering, life sciences, physical sciences, and social sciences.
The Division of Mathematical Sciences offers a variety of four-year undergraduate degree programmes suitable for students interested in different aspects of the mathematics and its applications.
Our programmes begin with common core courses covering the fundamental topics of mathematics, including calculus, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, probability, scientific programming, and mathematical exposition. Our students then have the opportunity to take various advances courses in Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Business Analytics.
Our graduates have gone on to diverse satisfying careers, including in finance, banking, insurance, information technology, the education service, research and development (R&D), and the government.