Multiple opportunities

Student readingMathematics provides the theoretical framework for applied natural and social sciences and the principles of underlying business and economics studies.

In your first year you will have the opportunity to take introductory courses in calculus and algebra.

Upper year studies include specialized courses in multivariable calculus, mathematical analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, number theory, networks and graphs, financial mathematics, elementary and high school mathematics.

Career choices

A mathematics degree gives you the skills for a career as a teacher, researcher, financial and market analyst, statistician, cryptographer or climatologist.