Includes Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, either way:

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to use symbolic, graphical, numerical, and written representations of mathematical ideas;
  2. Use classical experimental techniques and modern measurement technology, including analogue electronics, computer data acquisition, laboratory test equipment, optics, lasers, and detectors to design experiment, and to properly communicate the results of their experiment;
  3. Communicate verbally, graphically, and/or in writing the results of theoretical calculations and laboratory experiments in a clear and concise manner that incorporates the stylistic conventions used by physicists worldwide;
  4. Use mathematical reasoning to solve problems and a generalized problem solving process to work word problems.