“Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.” Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
Honours study in the mathematical sciences is available to high-performing students, allowing you to deepen your knowledge of your chosen discipline and develop your research skills. Honours degrees are highly regarded by employers as an indicator of strong ability and creative thinking.
Honours is a one-year program of additional study taken after the completion of the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences or the Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences and is suitable preparation for students who wish to proceed to postgraduate studies.
The School of Mathematical Sciences offers an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences and an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences.
- Honours Coordinators
- Structure of an Honours Year
The Honours Rules document describes the honours year in detail, covering points such as subject load, timeline for the honours project and the examination process.
- Honours Course Information
The list of course descriptions are not available on Course Planner but can be found in 2016 Honours Course Descriptions. Students may also take some Level III courses and Honours subjects from outside the school, for example in Computer Science and Physics and Mathematical Physics. Joint Honours degrees with some disciplines outside the school are possible.
- Honours Project Topics
- What Next?
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