You’ll continue to develop your mathematical skills and knowledge by exploring new topics and by deepening your understanding of material met previously. You’ll study both pure and applied mathematics, and then branch out by choosing from a range of more advanced modules which currently includes: complex analysis, graphs and networks, optimization, number theory, metric spaces, groups, rings and fields, waves, diffusion, variational principles, mathematical methods, fluid mechanics, quantum physics and electromagnetism.
Please note that you will normally need to achieve a certain standard in Essential mathematics 2 (MST125) before progressing to Stage 2.
To read about the Stage 1, 2 and 3 modules that make up the BSc (Honours) Mathematics (Q31), you can download and print a prospectus extract. For more information on all the qualifications available in Mathematics and Statistics, request a prospectus.