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Mathematics and Statistics - Course Outline

First Year

Courses

Compulsory Courses:

  • Algebra
  • Analysis
  • Geometry
  • Dynamics
  • Probability and statistics
  • Mathematical methods and applications

Assessment

First University exams
Four written papers

Second Year

Core Courses:

  • Statistics
  • Probability
  • Algebra
  • Differential equations
  • Complex analysis

Options:

  • Discrete mathematics
  • Other options in Mathematics

Assessment

Four written papers
Final University exams, Part A

Third Year

Courses

  • Statistical inference
  • Applied statistics
  • Mathematical finance
  • Actuarial science
  • Stochastic modelling
  • Other options in Mathematics

Assessment

Final University exams, Part B
The equivalent of four written papers comprising assessed practicals

Fourth Year

Courses

  • Statistics project
  • Advanced options ranging from probability to statistics, applied and pure mathematics

Assessment

Final University exams, Part C
Project and the equivalent of two written papers

Course Structure

The course provides statistics topics within a framework. For the first four terms, the two courses are identical and comprising the compulsory core of the second year of the Mathematics course. Mathematics and Statistics students pursue core second-year courses in statistics and probability and the remaining of the second year allows a wide choice of topics in preparation for the greater selectivity of the third and fourth year.

In the first two years, it is typically straightforward to transform between the Mathematics course and the Mathematics and Statistics course subject to the availability of space on the course and to the approval of the college. The university offers two different Mathematics and Statistics degrees, a three-year BA and a four-year MMath. Students do not need to determine when they apply. They will not be asked until their third year to choose between the degrees.

Third and fourth year mathematical topics are available in the mathematics course. These topics are also available to Mathematics and Statistics students. The fourth year is, obviously, more challenging and provides an excellent opportunity to study in depth including a substantial statistics project.


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