1. Students are required to complete either MATH10063 Mathematics Project OR MATH10031 Project in Mathematics (Double) in an agreed area of Applied Mathematics, and to complete a minimum of 60 credits of Applied Mathematics content in total during Year 4.
2. 120 credits of Level 11 Mathematics courses (MATH11XXX) MUST be taken across Years 4 and 5 of study.
Two types of Level 11 course exist: undergraduate and postgraduate. Level 11 courses labelled as postgraduate in the DRPS can only be taken by MMath students:
a) if they are included in the optional courses listed in Collection A of the DPT;
and / or
b) if the 'Prerequisites' and 'Other Requirements' sections of the DRPS course catalogue entry indicate that the course is available to undergraduate as well as postgraduate students.
(Please note that where there are restrictions on the number of places available on a course, students on postgraduate taught programmes will be given priority over undergraduate students.)
3. Students wishing to undertake a non-compulsory Year Abroad in Year 4 should have:
a) achieved 'A' grades in the following courses:
- Introduction to Linear Algebra*
- Proofs and Problem Solving*
- Calculus and its Applications*
- Several Variable Calculus and Differential Equations
- Fundamentals of Pure Mathematics
(* or Direct Entry equivalents - Accelerated Proofs and Problem Solving & Accelerated Algebra and Calculus for Direct Entry)
AND
b) achieved at least 70% in the four Honours courses:
- Honours Analysis
- Honours Differential Equations
- Honours Algebra
- Honours Complex Variables