This course is not offered in 2021.
Gain a foundation in the principles and techniques of modern mathematics. The Bachelor of Letters (Mathematics) teaches you how to apply these skills to solve today’s problems. The degree provides you with knowledge of mathematics and statistics, and also the social, economic, cultural and environmental impacts of this area in the global community, plus the professional and ethical responsibilities that go along with this understanding. It is designed to produce industry-focused graduates who are in demand in a range of careers that use mathematics.
Duration: 3 years
SATAC code: 2BG021
Annual indicative fees (2020):
$9,100 (Commonwealth supported)
Why study a Letters (Mathematics) at Flinders
Demand for mathematics graduates is particularly strong as mathematics is used widely in a range of industries including science, engineering, technology and business, and in areas as diverse as linguistics and health.
This degree provides a firm foundation in the basic principles and techniques of modern mathematics, and an understanding of how mathematics is applied. Mathematics is widely used not only in science, engineering and technology, in estimating, modelling and forecasting, but in other professions such as computer graphics, finance, economics, insurance and linguistics. It is an essential component of a modern economy, and underpins many essential disciplines including biostatistics, epidemiology and econometrics.
Learn how applied mathematics is used in professional settings to solve real-world problems; develop advanced research, communication and technical skills; and focus on advanced pure and applied mathematics in our Mathematical Sciences Laboratory.
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