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  • Objectives
    The single honours programmes contain modules in all branches of Mathematics. In pure mathematics, there are core modules in algebra and analysis and also (a particular feature of Kings) in geometry, a subject which is increasingly important in both pure mathematics and in applications. On the applied side, there are core modules in applicable mathematics and mathematical methods, and also in dynamical systems and probability and statistics, as well as the algebra of symmetry. During the first year all students follow a set course of modules, but in subsequent years there is more opportunity to choose topics, and therefore tailor the degree to suit your interests.
  • Entry requirements
    We ask for 320 UCAS points i.e. AAC or ABB A level grades. Our teaching does not presuppose any previous knowledge of computer science and in selecting candidates for admission we do not insist on evidence of prior competence in computer programming.
  • Academic Title
    BSc Mathematics
  • Course description
    BSc Mathematics

    Programme

    Year 1

    -Calculus I
    -Calculus II
    -Geometry I
    -Introduction to Dynamical Systems
    -Linear Methods
    -Numbers & Functions
    -Probability & Statistics I
    -Introduction to Abstract Algebra

    Year 2

    -Analysis I
    -Geometry of Surfaces
    -Groups & Symmetries
    -Intermediate Dynamics
    -Linear Algebra
    -Partial Differential Equations & Complex Variables

    Year 3

    -Real Analysis II OR Special Relativity and Electromagnetism

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