Senior Mathematics and Statistics
This site contains information on senior level units of study offered by the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sydney in 2019.
Replacement Session Examinations
If you have been granted a Replacement Session, please check to see if your SID is listed under the correct unit below. If not, please contact the School Office. If you have an Academic Plan, please contact the School Office to ensure these arrangements are provided. The locations and times will be confirmed later.
MATH3061 - Monday 18th February, 2019, 12:30pm, New Law Annexe SR 342450338786, 460023971
MATH3068 - Tuesday 19th February, 2019, 12:30pm, New Law Annexe SR 346440341929, 440590457, 460023971
MATH3078 - Tuesday 19th February, 2019, 12:30pm, New Law Annexe SR 346440590457, 440617329, 450338786
MATH3977 Tuesday 19th February, 2019, 12:30pm, New Law Annexe SR 346450366114, 460302164
MATH3978 Tuesday 19th February, 2019, 12:30pm, New Law Annexe SR 346460356019
NEW! The School of Mathematics and Statistics Student Portal on Canvas has just been launched! Enrolment advice, FAQs and Student policies can be found here. For anyone without a Unikey, we have summarised the content for the moment.
General enquiries about undergraduate mathematics and statistics study at the University of Sydney should be directed to the Mathematics and Statistics Student Office (Room 520 of the Carslaw Building). More specific enquiries about senior level units should be directed to one of the following class coordinators.
- Georg Gottwald (applied maths) [Carslaw 625, phone 9351 5784, email email@example.com],
- Florica Cîrstea (pure maths) [Carslaw 719, phone 9351 2965, email firstname.lastname@example.org],
- John Ormerod (statistics) [Carslaw 815, phone 9351 5883, email email@example.com].
Detailed information about all aspects of senior level Pure and Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics is available here in the Senior Mathematics Handbook.
See in particular the summary of enrolment advice section of the handbook.
- Read the information about calculators in exams (and other interesting items).
- Be aware of what happens if you miss an exam, and what happens if your performance in an exam is impaired.
- Be aware of the rules and procedures concerning applications for special consideration and special arrangements for assessment.
- Be aware of the University's plagiarism policy.
Students may wish to compete in the Norbert Quirk Mathematical Essay Competition.
Pure and Applied Mathematics
- MATH3063: Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equations with Applications
- MATH3066: Algebra and Logic
- MATH3076: Mathematical Computing
- MATH3961/4061: Metric Spaces (Advanced)
- MATH3962/4062: Rings, Fields and Galois Theory (Advanced)
- MATH3963/4063: Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equations with Applications (Advanced)
- MATH3971/4071: Convex Analysis and Optimal Control (Advanced)
- MATH3974/4074: Fluid Dynamics (Advanced)
- MATH3976/4076: Mathematical Computing (Advanced)
- MATH3979/4079: Complex Analysis (Advanced)
- FMAT3888: Projects in Financial Mathematics MATH3061: Geometry and Topology
- MATH3068: Analysis
- MATH3075: Financial Derivatives
- MATH3078: Partial Differential Equations and Waves
- MATH3888: Projects in Mathematics
- MATH3968/4068: Differential Geometry (Advanced)
- MATH3969/4069: Measure Theory and Fourier Analysis (Advanced)
- MATH3975: Financial Derivatives (Advanced)
- MATH3977/4077: Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Dynamics (Advanced)
- MATH3978/4078: Partial Differential Equations and Waves (Advanced)
Statistics and Data Science
- STAT3021: Stochastic Processes
- STAT3022: Applied Linear Models
- STAT3911: Stochastic Processes and Time Series (Advanced)
- STAT3922: Applied Linear Models (Advanced)
- STAT3925: Time Series (Advanced)
- STAT3926: Statistical Consulting (Advanced)