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BSc Honours in Mathematical Physics

BSc Honours in Mathematics (Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics)

BSc Honours in Mathematics (Pure Mathematics and Statistics)

A student should have obtained a GPA of 3×00 or greater for compulsory course units offered in the first two years in Pure Mathematics aggregating to 20 credits and Applied Mathematics aggregating to 18 credits counted for GPA. In addition, a student should obtain grades of C or better for all Pure and Applied Mathematics course units mentioned above and should not have obtained either D/D+/C- grades in course units offered in the first two years aggregating to more than 8 credits, or E grades in course units offered in the year 1 and 2.

A student should have obtained a GPA of 3.00 or greater for compulsory course units in Pure Mathematics aggregating to 20 credits and Statistics aggregating to 20 credits counted for GPA offered in the first two years. In addition, a student should obtain grades of C or better for all Pure Mathematics and Statistics course units mentioned above and should not have obtained either D/D+/C grades course units offered in the year 1 and 2 aggregating to more than 8 credits, or E grades in course units offered in the year 1 and 2.

A student should have followed Applied Mathematics, Physics and Pure Mathematics as subjects in the first two years of study and should have obtained a GPA of 3×00 or better in compulsory course units offered in the first two years aggregating to 20 credits in Pure Mathematics, 18 credits in Applied Mathematics and 18 credits in Physics counted for GPA. In addition, a student should obtain grades of C or better for all course units mentioned above. A student should not have obtained either D/D+/C- grades in course units offered in the first two years aggregating to more than 8 credits, or E grades in course unit offered in the year 1 and 2.

Academic Advisor for Mathematics: Dr. BBUP Perera