Below is a list of third- and higher-year courses taught in Semester 1 with links to their respective course homepages.
Note that prior to the start of a semester, the course homepage may still refer to a previous semester.
- MATH3041 Mathematical Modelling for Real World Systems
- MATH3101 Computational Mathematics
- MATH3161 Optimization
- MATH3521 Algebraic Techniques in Number Theory
- MATH3560 History of Mathematics
- MATH3570 Foundations of Calculus
- MATH3611 Higher Analysis
- MATH3711 Higher Algebra
- MATH3801 Probability and Stochastic Processes
- MATH3811 Statistical Inference
- MATH3831 Statistical Methods in Social and Market Research
- MATH3871 Bayesian Inference and Computations
- MATH3901 Higher Probability and Stochastic Processes
- MATH3911 Higher Statistical Inference
Higher-Year and Project Courses
Are you looking for a challenge? Well-prepared undergraduates may also enrol in project or honours or postgraduate coursework courses. If you are interested, you should discuss this with the course coordinator and/or the Honours coordinator in the relevant Department. Many of our Distinction students take Honours courses for undergraduate credit: this is a great way to broaden your mathematical education, especially as many Honours courses do not run every year.