What will you study on the BSc/MMath Mathematics?
During your first year, you will study calculus, vectors, logic and probability. The main objective will be to advance your knowledge, improve your confidence and bridge the gap to university. In Year 2, you will explore problem solving methods, programming, algebra, analysis, discrete mathematics and geometry. In your final year you will focus on advanced algebra and real and complex analysis as well as developing your communication skills.
What will you gain?
You will develop your knowledge of mathematics through investigating key topics in algebra and analysis and will learn to work with multi-faceted problems across a range of modules, particularly within Problem Solving Methods. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the language and culture of mathematics and have an appreciation for the importance of rigorous proof, logical deduction and abstraction. You will graduate with a broad, yet comprehensive knowledge of many theoretical and practical areas of mathematics, with advanced skills in communicating complex ideas.