The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)
Mathematics, statistics and computing skills are essential to advanced financial and commercial modelling, making Advanced Mathematics a natural complement to Commerce. The Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours) prepares you for the increasing range of quantitative careers in areas such as finance and technology, while UNSW's Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is an innovative business degree, designed alongside industry to ensure you are one of Australia's most employable graduates.
This five-year degree allows you to build a foundational understanding of business essentials. Specialise in one of 12 Commerce majors such as Finance, Business Analytics or Economics, gain industry experience, and build a professional portfolio. Alongside this, you'll undertake advanced coursework with an honours level research project in your chosen Mathematics specialisation.
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The Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics) (Honours)/Commerce is a five-year full-time (or longer part-time) double degree program consisting of approximately 40 courses, including Honours level Advanced Mathematics courses.
The program includes:
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English language requirements
You may be asked to provide evidence of your English proficiency to study at UNSW depending on your educational background and citizenship. English language skills are vitally important for coping with lectures, tutorials, assignments and examinations - this is why UNSW requires a minimum English language competency for enrolment.
If English is not your first language, you’ll need to provide proof of your English proficiency before you can be given an offer to study at UNSW. You can do this by providing evidence that you meet one or more of the following criteria:
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The explosion of technology and big data in the 21st century has propelled demand for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) professionals. Mathematics and statistics graduates work in a huge variety of areas, wherever logical skill and analysis of quantitative data is needed to provide accurate and timely answers.
Combined with the broad and essential business knowledge you gain with a commerce degree, this double degree equips you with transferrable, in-demand skills in statistics, critical thinking and economic analysis that can be applied in almost any industry.