MATH1907 Mathematics (Special Studies Program) B
MATH1907 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the special Mathematics stream.
- Credit point value: 3CP.
- Classes per week: Two lectures, one tutorial and one seminar.
- Lecturer(s) in 2017: Sharon Stephen, Oded Yacobi and Jean Yang .
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Answers to frequently asked questions
Entry into the Program
Entry into the Mathematics Special Studies Program is by invitation. Students should enrol in MATH1903. Once they are selected they will change their enrolment from MATH1903 to MATH1907. They attend the same lectures as MATH1903 students but have their own seminar and tutorial covering specially chosen advanced topics.
The topics for this semester can be found on the Unit Information Sheet.
If you have a distinction or higher in MATH1906 you are guaranteed a place. If that is the case you can enrol through Sydney Student after the release of Semester 1 results.
Selection into the Mathematics Special Studies Program is based on
- Interest and commitment to mathematics;
- Your marks in mathematics.
Students in Arts, Science, Liberal Studies, Engineering or Combined Degrees are able to be selected into the program.
Information and Selection Meeting
There will be an information meeting in the first week of lectures for those interested. The meeting is mainly to ask questions, and there is also time to fill in the online application form.
Here the details of the meeting:
- Date and time: Thursday 3 August 2017 at 10am
- Venue: Carslaw Room 359
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Every student should have a copy of the Junior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook.
For general information on examinations, including the end of semester examination timetable, see the University's Examination Information web site.
The Faculty Handbook entry:
The description of MATH1907 in the central units of study database.