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Bridging programs in Mathematics B, Chemistry and Physics are offered to students and the general community to help participants undertake tertiary-level studies in these areas.
Successfully completing the Maths B bridging program will give you the assumed knowledge in Maths B for QUT courses and meet the maths prerequisite for QUT's Bachelor of Education. This program may also meet assumed knowledge or prerequisites for other institutions.
For the assumed knowledge or prerequisite subjects for QUT courses, check our guide for assumed knowledge and recommended study.
This course provides a Maths B prerequisite and assumed knowledge, and is suitable if you're aiming to study business, engineering, science and many other courses.
We do not recommend that you attempt another bridging course while undertaking Maths B over summer due to the heavy workload.
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Room details will be confirmed closer to the course start date.
You're expected to attend all classes through the semester you're enrolled in. Tutorial attendance is optional.
This course is only delivered on campus.
You must pay the full fee online by credit/debit card when you register.
FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP are not available for Continuing Professional Education courses.
Online registrations will be open for 1 week after the closing date, unless the course is full. Registering after the closing date will incur a non-refundable processing fee of $50.
For more information regarding course content or assessment, contact Ruth Hubbard.
For all registration or payments queries, contact Continuing Professional Education.
Our Maths B bridging program classes have a relaxed atmosphere, but the workload is very intensive.
We cover all the high school maths you need to prepare for university courses that require a sound maths background in 14 weeks (or less for Summer Semester programs).
The amount of time you'll need to spend studying outside class time varies from student to student, but it should be at least the same amount of time as you spend in class. If you’re working full-time or studying other courses at the same time, you need to be sure you have enough time to devote to your Maths B studies.
In maths more advanced concepts build on earlier concepts, so it's essential that you keep up to date throughout the course. We encourage you to attend classes as often as possible and to make up missed classes quickly so you can be ready to learn new material.
Preparing for classes by reading the texts and the files on Blackboard (QUT's interactive learning tool) in advance is a great way to proceed through the course. During each class you'll be given exercises, which you should complete as soon as possible. If you have difficulties with these exercises we provide tutorial assistance to help you.
UNILEARN Mathematics Modules and other course materials will be provided on a loan basis. You'll need to bring a scientific calculator to each class.
Assessment will consist of:
In order to obtain a pass in the Maths B course, you must get at least 40% in the final examination.
The classes are small and the teachers make every endeavour to help each student succeed.
If you're applying to QTAC for entry to a degree course in the semester after your bridging course, you'll need to supply your results to QTAC.
If you complete the bridging course in Summer Semester or Semester 1, the School of Mathematical Sciences can submit your results to QTAC to make sure you meet QTAC cut-off dates. You must still submit your certificate and result letter to QTAC when you receive them.
If you complete the bridging course in Semester 2, you should receive your results in time to submit them to QTAC before the cut-off date. The School of Mathematical Sciences won't submit your results to QTAC.
You must pay online by credit/debit card when you register.
To cancel your registration, you must apply in writing to the course manager, Continuing Professional Education.
If you withdraw before the start date of a course, your tuition fees will be refunded, minus a $100 administrative fee.
If you withdraw within the first four weeks of the course, we'll refund 50% of your tuition fees.
If you withdraw after four weeks from the course commencement date, no refund is applicable.
If you withdraw within the first two weeks of the course, we'll refund 50% of your tuition fees.
If you withdraw after two weeks from the course commencement date, no refund is applicable.
We reserve the right to cancel the course under certain circumstances, such as low registration numbers. If this happens, we will advise you as soon as possible, and give you a full refund. We are not responsible for any expenses you may have incurred if the course is cancelled.