BSc Mathematics with Statistics
UCAS code: GG13 / Route Code: MMWS
Programme Director: Professor Steven Gilmour
Please remember to check the handbook for the year of your entry to see the modules available to you. If you are unsure please contact your programme administrator.
For information about the Study Abroad pathway please see the Study Abroad page.
This programme develops the student’s understanding and appreciation of the important role of analysis, use, and representation of data in society and motivate them to pursue continual professional development.
It will enable students to combine the analytical skills they acquire through the study of Mathematics with the modelling and data analysis skills they acquire through the study of Statistics, so that they might construct novel tools for the analysis of real world situations, to solve specific problems arising in their professional career.
Core modules: modules that must be taken and passed
Compulsory modules: modules that must be taken
4CCM111a Calculus I
4CCM113a Linear Algebra and Geometry I
4CCM115a Sequences and Series
4CCM121a Introduction to Algebra
4CCM112a Calculus II
4CCM114a Linear Algebra and Geometry II
4CCM131a Introduction to Dynamical Systems
4CCM141a Probability and Statistics I
NOTE: in order to progress to the second year you must:
- gain an overall average of at least 40% in mathematics modules
- no individual mark lower than 33% in mathematics modules
- pass at least 90 credits overall
In exceptional cases, these requirements may be suspended for students with mitigating circumstances at the discretion of the department.
5CCM221a Real Analysis
5CCM241a Probability and Statistics II
5CCM224a Introduction to Number Theory
5CCM231a Classical Dynamics
5CCM232a Groups and Symmetries
5CCM242a Statistical Modelling
5CCM211a Applied Differential Equations
5CCM212a Complex Analysis
5CCM223a Geometry of Surfaces
5CCM226a Metric Spaces and Topology
5CCM251a Discrete Mathematics
Students may also take a language module for “additional credit”, in addition to their standard programme requirements. Please see the Programme Extras page for details. The additional module may be at any level, so long as it is considered appropriate by the Modern Language Centre.
Students need the permission of their Programme Director to take additional credit and are allowed to take a maximum of additional 30 credits (normally two extra modules) during their whole degree programme.
6CCM341a Fundamentals of Probability
6CCM224b Introduction to Number Theory
6CCM231b Classical Dynamics
6CCM314a Mathematical theory of collective behaviour
6CCM321a Real Analysis II (not available in 2019/20)
6CCM212b Complex Analysis
6CCM232b Groups and Symmetries
6CCM331a Special Relativity and Electromagnetism
6CCM345a Third Year Project*
6CCM350a Rings and Modules
6CCM359a Numerical and Computational Methods
6CCM388a Mathematical Finance I: Discrete Time
6CCMCS02 Theory of Complex Networks
6CCM342a Statistical Inference
6CCM344a Time Series Analysis
6CCM223b Geometry of Surfaces
6CCM326a Galois Theory
6SSEQ002 University Ambassador Scheme
6CCM334a Space-Time Geometry and General Relativity
6CCM338a Mathematical Finance II: Continuous Time
6CCM345a Third Year Project*
6CCM351a Representation Theory of Finite Groups
6CCMCS05 Mathematical Biology
Other options may also be permitted subject to the agreement of the Programme Director and timetable issues.
Students may also take a language module in addition to their standard programme requirements. Please see the Programme Extras page for details. The additional module may be at any level, so long as it is considered appropriate by the Modern Language Centre.
Alternatively, a language module of level 5 or above can be taken in the place of one of the standard options. Students need the permission of their Programme Director for this and are allowed to take a maximum of 30 additional credits (normally two extra modules) during their whole degree programme.
You may, subject to the approval of the Programme Director, also take modules at other colleges of the University of London - normally no more than two modules
Please note however that should you select Intercollegiate modules and fail them, you may not be able to re-sit them until the following year in accordance to other colleges of the University of London rules and regulations.
07 March 2019