Mathematics and Statistics BSc (Hons)
If you are interested in solving scientific, engineering or finance problems and want to develop your computing and analytical skills, then this course is for you.
The course provides the fundamental mathematical and statistical methods and techniques you will need to enhance your knowledge and understanding of logical, problem solving and numerical skills which are highly sought after in many different areas of employment.
Why choose this course?
With an increasing dependence on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills in the world of work, it is crucial that young people and enthusiastic learners have a trusted, reliable and relevant qualification in order to build their skills in these scientific sectors.
This BSc (Hons) in Mathematics and Statistics has been designed to equip you with a broad based knowledge of mathematics and its applications. The emphasis of the course is on understanding the application of mathematical and statistical techniques supported by the use of software in order to enhance your learning experience. The degree will provide you with transferable skills that will make you suitable for employment in an ever changing job market.
You will be encouraged to solve realistic mathematical and statistical problems using a range of techniques, evaluating the final outcome and interpreting the results to build on knowledge.
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Pharmaceutical companies can employ mathematicians to work on clinical data concerning the effectiveness or dangers of new drugs. Pure scientific research in chemistry or biology also require mathematicians, particularly those with higher degrees in computer science, in order to help develop models of complicated processes.
A lot of the government’s fiscal policy is based on analysis and predictions made by mathematicians. Other appointments that Mathematicians can be involved in are in the meteorology, environmental science and engineering sectors. Large companies employ statisticians to perform market analysis and risk assessment, with many mathematicians going on to work in the City of London, in financial modelling and stock market trading.
Mathematicians can also acquire employment at all levels of the education system.