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Details of courses for Mathematics Moderatorship 200405 Mathematics in TwoSubject Moderatorship 200405 (for the all combinations except Mathematics + Economics) Mathematics (for the combination Mathematics + Economics) in TwoSubject Moderatorship 200405 Mathematics in the Theoretical Physics Moderatorship 200405 Mathematics for Science Students 200405 Mathematics for Engineering and MSISS Students 200405 Mathematics for BA in Computer Science Students 200405 Mathematics for Evening Students 200405 Graduate Courses in Mathematics 200405 Archive of Mathematics Courses in 200304 
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All courses must be taken.
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Courses 211, 221 and 231 are required and 3 others must be chosen.
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In the Junior Sophister year Mathematics students take 5 group III courses or the two group II courses they did not take in the Senior Freshman year together with 4 group III courses. A BC (Broad Curriculum) course may be substituted for a group II course. Students must register from BC courses  see the BC website for details. 342 or 3D4 may be substituted for a group II course (if not combined as 376).
In the Senior Sophister year, students take 5 group III courses. The combination of 342 and 3D4 (two halves) may be substituted for a group III course.
This year's group III options are as follows.
Possible substitutes for group II courses for JS are:
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All courses must be taken.
All courses must be taken.
In the Junior Sophister year, students take courses 211 and 221 and one other courses chosen from 212, 231, 241, 251, 261.
In the Senior Sophister year, students who continue with Mathematics (rather than majoring in their other subject) take 3 courses except for those in the combination Mathematics and Philosophy who take 4 courses. Courses are chosen from those of 212, 231, 241, 251, 261 not taken in the Junior Sophister year and group III courses of the single honour course in Mathematics for which they have the prerequisites.
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There is a special programme for the combination Mathematics and Economics, where Mathematical courses normally within Economics are replaced by more substantial courses in Mathematics in the Junior Freshman Year, and Mathematical Economics courses may be taken as part of the Mathematics programme in the Sophister years.
Students take course 011, 061, 111, 121, 131 and 151. Courses 111, 121 and 131 make up the Mathematics result at the end of the year, while course 151 goes towards the Economics result. A problem solving course 011 and practical computing course 061 are also required.
In the Junior Sophister year, students take course 381 and two other courses chosen from 212, 231, 261 and 262. Some group III courses of the single honour course in Mathematics may be possible apart from 381.
In the Senior Sophister year, students who continue with Mathematics (rather than majoring in Economics) take 3 courses. Courses are chosen from 212, 231, 261 and group III courses of the single honour course in Mathematics for which the prerequisites have been satisfied. Economics course E4.09 may be taken as one of the 3 courses.
Note that these details are not yet final and are still subject to change.
All courses must be taken.
Note that these details are not yet final and are still subject to change.
All courses must be taken.
Note that these details are not yet final and are still subject to change.
Students take courses 342, 432, 441 and either 413 or 442.
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Students take course 343 (unless doing a Broad Curriculum course), course 443 and 2 others from courses 413, 442, 444 and 446.
SS Theoretical Physics students may substitute a Broad Curriculum course for 343 Topics in Theoretical Physics (equivalent to 10% of the Maths course) AND 4052 Computational project or laboratory work (equivalent to 10% of the Physics course).
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Those taking Mathematics as a full subject take
Those not taking Mathematics as a full subject take
123 Mathematical Methods Lecturer: Dr. Christopher Ford
Those choosing both Mathematics, and Physics take 2S1, 2S2 and 2S5. Those not doing Physics take 2S1, 2S2 and 161.
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Both courses must be taken.
Both courses are taken by Engineers, but MSISS take only 2E1.
3E1 (PDF description of 3E1) Lecturer: Dr. John Stalker
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2BA1 Lecturer: Dr. David Wilkins
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