A degree in Mathematics with French is taught via a selection of compulsory and optional courses to enhance your learning, preparing you for a future career or further study. In each year you will take courses adding up to 120 credits. Depending on the number of compulsory and optional courses offered by your degree, you can also choose other eligible courses which fit your timetable.
The Course Catalogue provides more information about the range of courses we offer. Aberdeen's curriculum can offer you further benefits to support your learning. Find out more information at The Difference.
Calculus I (MA1005)
Calculus II (MA1508)
Set Theory (MA1511)
Select a further 30 credit points from courses of choice (MA1008 is strongly recommended).
One of the following Options:
Level 1 French Language 1A: Beginners/Near Beginners (FR1023)
Level 1 French Language 1B: Beginners/Near Beginners (FR1523)
Introduction to Literature and Culture of Modern France 1 (FR1021) or Introduction to Literature and Culture of Modern France 2 (FR1521)
Level 1 French Language 2A: Intermediate (FR1024) or Level 1 French Language 3A: Proficient (FR1025)
Level 1 French Language 2B/3B: Intermediate/Proficient (FR1524)
Literature and Culture of Modern France 1 (FR1022) or Literature and Culture of Modern France 2 (FR1522)
Sets and Algebraic Structures (MA2004)
Introduction to Analysis (MA2005)
Linear Algebra (MA2506)
Advanced Calculus (MA2507)
Advanced Introductory French Language 1 (FR2012) and Advanced Introductory French Language 2 (FR2512) or Advanced French Language 1 (FR2002) and Advanced French Language 2 (FR2502)
Selec a further 30 credit points from courses of choice (MA2505 is strongly recommended).
Level 3 French Language 5 (FR3003)
Group Theory (MX3020)
Further Real Analysis (MX3021)
Complex Analysis (MX3522)
Rings and Fields (MX3531)
Metric and Topological Spaces (MX3532)
Optimisation and Numerical Analysis (MX3022) or Mechanics A (MX3023)
One of the following Options:
Three of the following: Optimisation and Numerical Analysis (MX3022); Mechanics A (MX3023); Galois Theory (MX4082); Measure Theory (MX4083); Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory (MX4085); Project (MX4023)
Four courses from the list of available Special Options in Mathematical Sciences or with the permission of the Head of Mathematical Sciences, three Special Options and Methods of Mathematical Physics (MX3533)
Level 4 French Language 3 (FR4004)
Two of the following: Glois Theory (MX4082); Measure Theory (MX4083); Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos Theory (MX4085)
Three courses from the list of available Special Options in Mathematical Sciences.
Students are assessed by any combination of three assessment methods: coursework such as essays and reports completed throughout the course; practical assessments of the skills and competencies they learn on the course; and written examinations at the end of each course. The exact mix of these methods differs between subject areas, years of study and individual courses. Honours projects are typically assessed on the basis of a written dissertation.
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