Study a Bachelor of Mathematics with Honours at the University of Newcastle and increase your career prospects across a range of industries.

Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours)

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Mathematics with Honours at the University of Newcastle

Mathematics (Honours)With increasing competition in all sectors of employment, students who graduate with an Honours degree have a distinct advantage. It is often considered by employers as an added skill and has been used by previous graduates to pursue higher positions and salaries. You can develop and carry out research on a topic of interest, potentially leading to further academic study such as a research degree.

Offered through the Faculty of Science and Information Technology, the Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours) is a one year of full-time (or equivalent part-time) degree that allows you to further develop your specific areas of interest and your research skills.

Mathematics and statistics graduates go everywhere and do everything. They find work in:

  • industry
  • international finance
  • medicine
  • merchant banking
  • public sector... and more.

Mathematics skills are valuable wherever real world problems must be solved, including the areas of manufacturing and scheduling. The private sector needs statisticians in management and technical roles, finance, bioinformatics, biotechnology, health research, marketing, insurance, engineering and more. In addition, government agencies and research institutions employ statisticians to design, collect, analyse and interpret data.

The University of Newcastle is a leader in research and is home to the Research Centre in Complex Dynamic Systems and Controlas well as research groups in discrete mathematics, functional analysis and mathematical modelling and physical systems. You have the opportunity to be involved with research at the forefront of your field.

For more detailed program information about the mathematics Honours degree, please refer to the handbook.


APPLY FOR HONOURS

You usually apply for Honours in the final year of your undergraduate degree. To be accepted for entry you must have successfully completed a Bachelor of Mathematics or equivalent with a credit grade point average (GPA).

Contact Associate Professor Brailey Sims in the Faculty of Science and Information Technology on +61 2 4921 5540.

Find out more about Honours scholarships.

Handbook