MATH1931 Calculus of One Variable (SSP)
MATH1931 is a Junior (or first-year) unit forming part of the SSP (Special Studies Program) Mathematics stream.
- Credit point value: 3CP.
- Classes per week: Two lectures and one tutorial.
- Lecturer(s) in 2021: Daniel Daners, Florica Cîrstea and Sharon Stephen
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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 MATH1921. Once they are selected they will change their enrolment from MATH1921 to MATH1931. They attend the same lectures as MATH1931 students but have their own seminar and tutorial covering specially chosen advanced topics.
Selection into the Mathematics Special Studies Program is based on
- Interest and commitment to mathematics;
- ATAR and your marks in mathematics (or equivalent).
Students interested in being selected for MATH1931 need to fill in an online application form.
Students in Arts, Science, Liberal Studies, Engineering or Combined Degrees are able to be selected into the program. Final decision on the application will be given by late Friday 05 March 2021 . The email will be sent to the University Email Address!
For more information and questions contact the coordinator Daniel Daners.
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Every student should have a copy of the Junior Mathematics and Statistics Handbook.
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The description of MATH1931 in the central units of study database.
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