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Complete two courses in less time. Study two areas that you're passionate about. Combine your courses to maximise your career potential. Hear from some of our students about why they chose to study a double degree.
As the Mathematics component of this course is being implemented progressively over time, prospective students who intend to apply for credit for prior learning (advanced standing) should contact the Science and Engineering Faculty to seek advice on whether suitable units will be available for enrolment.
You can defer your offer and postpone the start of your course for one year.
Accountancy, economics or finance are ideal business majors to accompany your mathematics degree, as you will learn how to undertake the sophisticated economic and financial modelling that is integral to business and government decision making.
Your mathematics degree will prepare you for a career in finance, investment, information technology, environmental management, health, marketing, logistics, defence, media, education and research. Graduates are highly valued for their analytical and problem-solving skills. Development of skills in communication, problem solving, critical thinking and teamwork form an integral part of the course.
Combining business and mathematics offers diverse and sustainable career opportunities. Your mathematics degree will prepare you for a career in finance, investment, information technology, environmental management, health, marketing, logistics, defence, media, education and research. In the business component of this double degree, you will gain broad-based business knowledge and skills that will prepare you for any business role, along with the specialist skills and knowledge in your choice of business major. Graduates may find employment as accountants, advertising professionals, finance consultants, economists, human resource managers, international business specialists, managers, marketing officers, public relations officers or risk managers.
Both degrees allow you to satisfy the requirements of membership of the relevant professional body for your chosen majors.
High-achieving students who wish to take further studies may enrol in BS63 Bachelor of Business (Honours).
High-achieving students who wish to take further studies may enrol in MS10 Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours).
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Students are required to complete 384 credit points comprised of 192 credit points from the Bachelor of Mathematics program and 192 credit points from the Bachelor of Business program.
*Please note that BSB123 Data Analysis (one of the Business School core units) is not required as the content of MXB107 covers similar topics. MGB227 Entrepreneurship replaces BSB123.
*Accounting major students complete six business core units and 10 accountancy major units to allow them to complete professional requirements.
These units give you the grounding in mathematical theory and practice upon which your major units will build, and also provide an introductory taste of each of the three majors: applied and computational mathematics; decision science; and statistical science.
You may choose from a wide variety of introductory units from other disciplines offered at QUT, or you may choose additional mathematics units. The additional mathematics units include a unit specially designed to assist students without a background of successful study in Mathematics C at high school; an alternative unit aimed at high achieving students that explores some interesting and unusual aspects of mathematics in some detail; and a unit introducing the field of computational and simulation science which combines mathematics, science and computing to simulate real-world problems.
Before you start this course we assume you have sound knowledge in these areas:
We assume that you have knowledge equivalent to four semesters at high school level (Years 11 and 12) with sound achievement (4, SA).
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If you receive an OP 1-5 or equivalent, you're guaranteed an offer for this course in the major offer round.
Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually.
2018: CSP $10,200 per year full-time (96 credit points)
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