Mathematics and Statistics
Please see below for information about which Mathematics modules you can take in each year of your studies.
You take two 30 credit modules that run during the entire teaching year:
In addition, in the Autumn Term you take
And in the Spring/Summer terms you take
Altogether you obtain a total of 120 credits in Mathematics. These module are designed to give you a firm foundation across all areas of mathematics, and provide a platform for specialisation in an increasing proportion of statistics over your three years at the University.
In addition you choose 30 credits of optional modules from
Up to 20 credits of the optional modules may be replaced with elective modules from other Departments, but you should be aware of any implications this may have for your choice of modules in the final year. The elective must be at I-level. Altogether you obtain 120 credits.
You take the Final Year Project MAT00004H (which must be on a statistics-related topic), together with the following compulsory modules:
In addition, you choose 40 credits from the remaining third year modules, subject to the necessary prerequisites, but please note the following:
Up to 20 credits of optional modules may be replaced with elective modules from other Departments, subject to the above constraints concerning the total number of credits in each term. The elective must be at H-level. Altogether you obtain 120 credits.
Department of Mathematics, University of York, Heslington, York, UK. YO10 5DD