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The Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering offer a dual degree program leading to the award of the degrees Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics)(Honours) and Bachelor of Science (Computer Science). The typical duration of this program is 5 years full-time.

The Advanced Mathematics (Honours) and Computer Science degrees lend themselves well to each other. While the Advanced Mathematics (Honours) degree focuses on an in-depth understanding of pure and applied mathematics, the computer science degree looks at the design, construction and uses of computer systems. Your mathematics study will assist with the manipulation of data as well as the development of algorithms in computer science. There is no better degree to combine your passion for mathematics as well as computer systems.
Campus

Kensington

Study Level

Undergraduate

Typical duration

5 Years

Intake Period

Term 1, Term 3

Academic Calendar

3+ Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

240

Award(s)

Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) - BSc(AdvMath)(Hons)

Bachelor of Science - BSc

UAC Code

429331

CRICOS Code

088865A

Stand Alone Programs

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Double Degree Structure

Students must complete 240 UOC.

1. An approved Advanced Mathematics (Honours) major and
2. SCIF1131;
3. 48 units of credit Honours Year; and
4. Science elective courses
5. 96 UOC of Computer Science courses

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Major Declaration

3956 - Advanced Mathematics (Honours)

Students must complete exactly one approved Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) major, and this must be declared before enrolling in Level III courses. Students cannot undertake a double major in this program.

Program Fees

At UNSW fees are generally charged at course level and therefore dependent upon individual enrolment and other factors such as student's residency status. For generic information on fees and additional expenses of UNSW programs, click on one of the following:

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