Specialist Mathematics

Specialist Mathematics

10 September 2015

This subject provides pathways into mathematical science, engineering, computer science, physical sciences, surveying, economics and commerce.

Course components include:

  • Identifying, describing, and investigating the patterns and challenges of everyday living by using trigonometric preliminaries, polynomials and complex numbers, vectors and geometry, calculus and differential equations
  • Analysing and understanding the events, and predicting future outcomes
  • Describing systematic, random and chaotic behaviour in phenomena, from your common experiences, as well as from scientific, professional and social contexts
  • Completing a 3-hour assessment exam

Style of learning:

  • Individual and group work
  • Classes are held in a supportive environment
  • Additional tutorial support available