Take your understanding of concepts, theories and applications in pure and applied mathematics to graduate level. You can also include statistics, theoretical physics or mathematics education. You’ll cover a wide range of topics and develop an understanding of mathematical problems and approaches. Practise with essential methods and tools, and increase your familiarity with mathematical software. Gain an appreciation of the role and construction of rigorous proof. And build your experience of communicating mathematical arguments and conclusions. A mathematics degree can let you access professional training or entry-level roles in a vast range of career areas, such as data or actuarial science, teaching, and information services.
There are no formal entry requirements to study this qualification, but it is very important that you are well prepared to study mathematics at this level.
Computer and internet access required.
You'll be equipped with skills and knowledge required for jobs in fields such as education, engineering, business, finance, and accountancy.
You may need to undertake further training or study in order to enter a new career area.
Distance and Flexible learning