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The award
BSc

How long you will study
3 Years

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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

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About Chemistry and Mathematics at Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Leeds

Using the tools of advanced mathematics to understand the diversity and complexity of the chemical world is what really drives students on our Chemistry and Mathematics degrees.

On this programme you’ll study alongside single honours chemists and mathematicians who are learning the same concepts and reaching the same depth of knowledge as you. As you move through the programme you’ll have the opportunity to specialise in a range of topics in both areas of your course and vary the split between the two components to study the topics that interest you the most.

You’ll develop your mathematical skills in major branches such as pure maths, applied maths and statistics. A wide range of optional modules allows you to explore topics from dynamical systems to logic to coding theory. You’ll combine your mathematics knowledge with the study of chemistry to understand how and why molecules react and the methods of studying them. You can specialise in organic, inorganic or physical chemistry.

The programme will allow you to develop a range of sophisticated analytical and problem solving skills that are attractive to employers, including theoretical modelling, practical experimentation, computational programming and data analytics.

Mathematics will allow you to develop a sophisticated understanding of mathematical structures and principles while gaining a wide range of skills that are attractive to employers. Core modules will develop your knowledge of key topics such as linear algebra and calculus, while a wide range of optional modules will allow you to pursue areas from differential geometry to numerical analysis, combinatorics and nonlinear dynamics.

Find out more about the course on the University of Leeds website.

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