The UNSW Graduate Diploma in Mathematics and Statistics is a flexible program designed to improve your existing math or statistics abilities. It is intended for students whose degree has a significant quantitative component, such as those in science, engineering, or finance, and who want to deepen their mathematical background for future study.
The program is for students who have a degree in mathematics or statistics, or a science degree with a major in mathematics or statistics, and want to learn more about the mathematical sciences and statistics. The course offers in-depth, advanced training in the foundations of mathematics and statistics.
Also, the program will in particular develop students' analytical skills and considerably broaden their prior knowledge in mathematics and statistics. This curriculum will equip students with a range of skills that are now in demand by employers.
What you will study
Students must finish 48 UOC when studying as a stand-alone program.
Prescribed Electives - 48 Units of Credit, OR
Minimum Level 5/6 Mathematics - 48 Units of Credit
Graduates will be able to demonstrate deep and complex subject knowledge in math, statistics, and related subjects;
Graduates will be skilled in both individual and collaborative research, as well as written and oral communication to a range of audiences.
Graduates will exhibit the capacity to understand and resolve issues in a wide range of mathematical and statistical topics;
Graduates will exhibit the capacity to apply inquiry-based learning and modes of thought to mathematical or statistical issues.
For problem-solving, statisticians receive training in both analytical and creative reasoning. You may prepare for a wide range of jobs by studying statistics since it gives you the problem-solving, computational, and communication skills that employers value.
This study could lead to a job in a variety of industries, including:
Teaching and more.
In universities, the CSIRO, and the Defense Science and Technology Organization, there are academic and research positions available for persons who want to learn new things about mathematics and statistics.
For admission to this program, students must:
Hold a bachelor's degree in mathematics or science with an emphasis in mathematics or statistics;
Have a strong mathematical and/or statistical background, as evidenced by a grade-point average of 65 or better in university-level level III mathematics and/or statistics courses
English Language Requirements
In order to study at UNSW, you may be required to provide proof of English proficiency, depending on your educational history and citizenship. UNSW demands a minimum level of English language competency for enrolment since English language skills are crucial for coping with lectures, tutorials, assignments, and exams.
It will be mentioned in your application if proof of English proficiency is necessary. You can do so by demonstrating that you meet at least one of the following requirements:
English language examinations and universities English courses
Prior English language schooling is also a requirement.
Tuition Fees and Scholarships
2022 Indicative First Year Full Fee - $32,335
2022 Indicative Full Fee to Complete Degree - $32,335
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