UNE has been offering mathematics since the university was founded in 1938. Our current offering ranges from service courses, through an undergraduate major, to honours, masters and doctoral degrees.
This page provides information about mathematics offerings at UNE, career opportunities and related information.
Why study Mathematics at UNE?
Computing facilities and support
The disciplines of mathematics, statistics and computer science share a dedicated computer system, "turing", supporting teaching and research. In addition to the usual software, turing offers a variety of specialised programmes for scientific, mathematical and statistical computing. Software is kept up-to-date by dedicated technical staff. Turing also provides access to the Beowulf cluster, a 24 node high performance parallel processing facility. Online students do not need to purchase any extra software to connect to or use turing. The School's technical staff provides support for all operating systems.
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Mathematics)
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Science)
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Laws
Diploma in Science
Graduate Diploma in Science
The Mathematics major in the Graduate Diploma in Science combines the same range of topics as the Graduate Certificate with the opportunity to complete a small research project.
Master of Scientific Studies
In the Master of Scientific Studies, the Mathematics major includes advanced topics in geometry, analysis, mathematics and algebra together with multivariable calculus and differential equations with the opportunity to include advanced topics in applied statistics, probability and inference, stochastic process and multi-level models. Students also have the opportunity to complete a research project.
SCI400 Honours in Science
PMTH412 Multivariable Calculus
PMTH413 Linear Algebra
PMTH431 Introduction to Topology
PMTH432 Abstract Algebra
PMTH433 Complex Analysis
PMTH439 Differential Equations
MATH460 Probability and Simulation
MATH501 Advanced Topics in Geometry
MATH502 Advanced Topics in Analysis
MATH503 Advanced Topics in Mathematics
MATH504 Advanced Topics in Algebra
Partnerships, networks and industry links
- Nonlinear partial differential equations
- Reaction-diffusion equations
- Mathematical biology
- Nonlinear functional analysis
- Complex analysis
- Complex analytic geometry
- Pseudoholomorphic curves
- Poincaré duality
- Applications of algebraic topology to mathematical physics
Our staff are also involved in the Mathematical Analysis and Modelling Research Group.