Undergraduate Study

MATH1933 Multivariable Calculus and Modelling (SSP)

General Information

MATH1933 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: TBA
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You may also view the description of MATH1933 in the University's course search database.

Answers to frequently asked questions

See the main junior mathematics page for information relating to all junior mathematics units, and see in particular the Junior Maths FAQ page.

Entry into the Program

Entry into the Mathematics Special Studies Program is by invitation. Students should enrol in MATH1923. Once they are selected they will change their enrolment from MATH1923 to MATH1933. They attend the same lectures as MATH1923 students but have their own seminar and tutorial covering specially chosen advanced topics.

If you have a distinction or higher in MATH1931 you are guaranteed a place. If that is the case you can enrol through Sydney Student after the release of Semester 1 results. There is no need to fill in the application form below.

Other interested students please fill in the online application form before 12 August 2021 at 12pm.

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.

For more information look contact the SSP coordinator Daniel Daners

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