**Why choose this course**
Mathematics is the basis of many aspects of modern life and has applications across the sciences, technology, finance and management. By studying mathematics you will develop transferable skills such as creative problem-solving and logical reasoning, which are in great demand in a wide range of career sectors.
Joining Surreyâs Department of Mathematics puts you at the heart of a vibrant, friendly community where you will benefit from a personal tutor, small group teaching and a lively, research-active learning environment.
**What you will study**
Our BSc and MMath Mathematics courses will help you build on your existing knowledge and gain a strong foundation across the fundamentals of mathematics including algebra, analysis, mechanics, advanced calculus and statistics.
In your third year, youâll be able to choose from a broad range of optional modules in topics such as Riemannian geometry, matrix analysis, quantum mechanics, and mathematical ecology and epidemiology â enabling you to tailor your course to your individual interests and career aspirations.
Our teaching is directly informed by our world-leading research, so youâll have the opportunity to learn about pure and applied topics in mathematics â from string theory to meteorology â from academics who are leading the way in these fields.
**Customise your course**
There are plenty of opportunities to expand your learning experience during your degree. You may choose to take a Professional Training placement year in industry, spend time studying at a university overseas, or get involved in research through a summer internship within the Department of Mathematics.
You can choose to study for a BSc, or opt for our MMath (Master of Mathematics) degree, which is a direct route to a masters qualification and enables you to delve deeper into advanced mathematics. Depending on your progress, you may be able to switch from a BSc to an MMath degree during your studies.
To see the full range of modules for this course please visit our website â the link is under the Course contact details, to the right. You will also find full details of the programme, including programme structure, assessment methods, contact hours and Graduate prospects.
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