Mathematics and Statistics in the Summer School
Introduction
The full list of mathematics and statistics courses that should be offered during the 2017 Summer School is given below.
The Summer School Coordinator for the School of Mathematics and Statistics is Dr Nathan Brownlowe.
The Deputy Summer School Coordinator is Dr Brad Roberts.
The School's Student Services Manager is Mr Chamreun Cheen.
For general information about the University of Sydney Summer School, follow links from the Sydney Summer School web page.
For further information about mathematics and statistics courses offered during first and second semesters, follow links from the main Mathematics and Statistics teaching page.
Final 2017 Summer School Examination Timetable:  Wednesday 22 February 2017  Thursday 23 February 2017  Friday 24 February 2017  Monday 27 February 2017 

1:50 pm 
MATH1001 Carslaw 350/351 
MATH1002 Carslaw 350/351 
MATH1003 Carslaw 360/361 
MATH1005 Carslaw 360/361 
1:50 pm 
MATH1011 Carslaw 359 
MATH1004 Carslaw 359 
MATH1013 Carslaw 359 

1:50 pm 
MATH2061 Carslaw 360/361 
MATH2065 Carslaw 451/452 
Calculators in exams
For almost all examinations in units of study taught by the School of Mathematics and Statistics, students are permitted to take their own electronic calculator into the examination room provided it has been approved. The list of approvable calculators is on the Examinations Office web site with instructions on how to get your calculator approved.
Students would be well advised to purchase one of these. Students must get an approved sticker put on their calculator at the Student Centre in the Jane Foss Russell building.
Course notes
Printed lecture notes for MATH1001, MATH1003, MATH1011, MATH1013 and MATH2061 are available from Kopystop, Shop 3/55 Mountain Street, Broadway. Please note that Kopystop will close on Thursday 22 December 2016 and will reopen on Monday 16 January 2017.
Units of Study 2017
The following units of study should be available in the 2017 Summer School, taking place during most of January and February 2017:
 MATH1001 Differential Calculus (3 credit points),
 MATH1002 Linear Algebra (3 credit points),
 MATH1003 Integral Calculus and Modelling (3 credit points),
 MATH1004 Discrete Mathematics (3 credit points),
 MATH1005 Statistics (3 credit points),
 MATH1011 Applications of Calculus (3 credit points),
 MATH1013 Mathematical Modelling (3 credit points),
 MATH2061 Linear Mathematics and Vector Calculus (6 credit points),
 MATH2065 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (6 credit points),