As a graduate of this program, you should be able to:
- demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental principles of at least one area in mathematics or statistics and its applications;
- think critically and argue logically to solve mathematical or statistical problems;
- provide mathematical or statistical advice to, and work collaboratively with, people in other disciplines such as science, industry, technology and commerce;
- engage in mathematical discourse with the wider community.
The Diploma in Mathematical Sciences enables you to gain a mathematics qualification while completing an undergraduate degree, and will allow you use and develop your mathematical skills and complement your undergraduate studies. The high-level numerical and modelling skills you will gain can be applied across almost every area of employment and are always in demand.
To enrol in the Diploma in Mathematical Sciences you must be enrolled as a student in a University of Melbourne Bachelor degree. This diploma is not available to students in the Bachelor of Science who are intending to major in Mathematics and Statistics or Mathematical Physics.
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