Major Overview
 Description
Mathematics is humanity's most powerful tool for comprehending the universe and is essential for many fields of modern endeavour such as science, technology, engineering and finance. It also underlies data analysis, forecasting, modelling, decisionmaking and problemsolving principles. Mathematicians contribute creatively to almost every aspect of modern life.
 Outcomes
Students are able to (1) apply abstract reasoning, rigour and logical deduction in mathematics; (2) demonstrate an understanding of axiomatic systems and the fundamentals of mathematics; (3) establish the truth of a mathematical statement; (4) write correct and convincing mathematical proofs; (5) apply the power of mathematics to model and understand the real world; and (6) model realworld phenomena in the language of mathematics.
 Broadening guidelines
 All students studying towards a Bachelor's Degree at UWA are required to Broaden their studies by completing a minimum of four units (24 points) of study outside their degree specific major. Broadening is your opportunity to explore other areas of interest, investigate new disciplines and knowledge paradigms and to shape your degree to suit your own aspirations and interests. Many of you will be able to undertake more than this minimum amount of broadening study and we encourage you to do so and to pursue as many areas of interest as you can during your course of study. At the same time, we k now that many of you value the University's guidance and assistance in planning your enrolment throughout your course, so we offer the following suggestions for your consideration as possible avenues to broaden your degree. Do always remember, however, that there is no wrong way to broaden your studies as long as you complete at least four units not associated with your Degree Specific Major.
Suggested units to broaden your study area, are:
(1) PHYS1001 Physics for Scientists and Engineers
(2) PHYS1002 Modern Physics
(3) CITS1401 Computational Thinking with Python  Incompatibilities
 Courses
Mathematics can be taken as a degreespecific major in the following degree courses:
No study plans found for this major. See study plans for more information.
Units
Key to availability of units:
 S1
 Semester 1
 S2
 Semester 2
 N/A
 not available in 2024 – may be available in 2025 or 2026
Level 1
Degreespecific major units
Take unit(s) to the value of 6 points:
Availability  Unit code  Unit name  unit requirements 

S1, S2  MATH1011  Multivariable Calculus 

S1  MATH1013  Mathematical Analysis 

Degreespecific major units
Take unit(s) to the value of 6 points:
Availability  Unit code  Unit name  unit requirements 

S1, S2  MATH1012  Mathematical Theory and Methods 

S2  MATH1014  Algebra 

Level 2
Degreespecific major units
Take the following unit:
Availability  Unit code  Unit name  unit requirements 

S2  MATH2064  Numerical Methods 

Degreespecific major units
Take unit(s) to the value of 18 points:
Availability  Unit code  Unit name  unit requirements 

S1  MATH2021  Differential Equations 

N/A  MATH2030  Metric Spaces & Measure Theory 

S1  MATH2032  Complex and Fourier Analysis 

S2  STAT2062  Fundamentals of Probability with Applications 

Level 3
Degreespecific major units
Take unit(s) to the value of 24 points:
Availability  Unit code  Unit name  unit requirements 

S1  MATH3002  Network Science  
S1  MATH3021  Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos 

S2  MATH3022  Scientific and Industrial Modelling 

S2  MATH3024  Complex Systems 

S1  MATH3031  Algebraic Structures and Symmetry 

S2  MATH3032  Topology and Analysis 

S2  MATH3033  Geometry 

N/A  MATH3034  Functional Analysis  
S1  STAT3061  Random Processes and their Applications 

S1  STAT3062  Statistical Science 

S2  STAT3063  Spatial Statistics and Modelling 

S2  STAT3064  Statistical Learning 