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BSc (Honours) Mathematics

Part-time

Location • City Campus
Subject area • Mathematics

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Level one core modules

• modelling 1 • mathematical technology • number and structure • mathematical methods • statistics and probability

Level one options

Choose from a range including • basic computer programming • dynamic geometry • history of mathematics • mathematics workshop • graphs and networks • foreign language

Level two core modules

• modelling 2 • linear and discrete mathematics • dynamical systems and Fourier analysis • mathematical analysis • statistical methods

Level two options

Choose from a range including • mathematics for Excel • mathematical programming for the web • business mathematics chaos and fractals • introduction to knot theory • foreign language

Level three core modules

• project • advanced modelling case studies • professional development

Level three options

Choose from a range including • modelling with partial differential equations • digital signal processing • tensors • fluid flow • abstract algebra • data mining with business applications • statistics for business and industry • foreign language.

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Attendance

Part-time – typically three to six years
Starts September

How to apply

Complete the application form available at www.shu.ac.uk/study/form

Fees – home and EU students

2013/14 academic year

Typically £4,500 a year

2014/15 academic year

Typically £4,500 a year

The course fee may be subject to annual inflationary increase. For further information on fees and funding see www.shu.ac.uk/funding

Assessment

Continuous assessment and examination. Continuous assessment includes • case studies • projects • group, self- and peer-assessment • presentations.

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Professional Recognition

This programme will meet the educational requirements of the Chartered Mathematician designation, awarded by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, when it is followed by subsequent training and experience in employment to obtain equivalent competences to those specified by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for taught masters degrees.

Institute of Mathematics and its Applications

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