## Specialist Mathematics

This T course is designed for students who intend subsequent tertiary study in quantitative disciplines requiring a strong, deep understanding of mathematics, such as mathematical studies, actuarial studies, physical sciences, engineering, computer sciences, economics. For accurate information about tertiary courses, pre-requisites

and assumed knowledge, students should consult current publications from the institutions or providers.

This course emphasises the development of a sophisticated understanding of abstract concepts and the ability to deal rigorously with extended logical arguments. Mathematical relationships and techniques are taught in ways that provide students with the opportunity to reason inductively and deductively, to make inferences and generalisations and communicate their mathematical understandings confidently.

and assumed knowledge, students should consult current publications from the institutions or providers.

This course emphasises the development of a sophisticated understanding of abstract concepts and the ability to deal rigorously with extended logical arguments. Mathematical relationships and techniques are taught in ways that provide students with the opportunity to reason inductively and deductively, to make inferences and generalisations and communicate their mathematical understandings confidently.

There are 4 units in the CORE Specialist Mathematics course that students typically study over a 2 year period.
SM1 - Unit 1 SM2 - Unit 2 SM3 - Unit 3 SM4 - Unit 4 |