You will develop the theoretical underpinning of the mathematics you studied at school, while also developing applications of Mathematics to problems in the wider world. Throughout the degree you will learn written and oral presentation skills, for example, how to present a logic argument, perhaps backed up by numerical data.

**Year 1 Modules:**

Three modules will consolidate what you will have learnt in school and provide the building blocks for the rest of the degree:

- calculus
- linear algebra
- statistics

**Year 2** **Modules:**

You will build on this foundation, with modules chosen from the following:

- discrete mathematics
- dynamical systems
- further calculus
- applications of abstract algebra
- geometry
- data analytics and other applications of statistics
- mechanics

**Year 3** **Modules:**

You will develop these topics further, again with a mixture of theory and applications. Modules include:

- differential equations and mathematical modelling
- further statistics
- transformation geometry
- number theory and further abstract algebra
- financial mathematics
- analysis

See the College Calendar for additional information on the Programme and the Book of Modules for further information on modules.