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Bachelor of Information Technology

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Mathematical Modelling - unit set code MJ-S000007

Burwood (Melbourne), Cloud (online), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)

 

Studies in mathematics provide you with a strong critical knowledge base and develops powers of analysis, logical thinking and problem solving, as well as a high level of numerical ability. This major sequence offers traditional subjects (calculus, algebra and discrete mathematics) and modern topics (information security and cryptography, operations research). It provides a solid background in the discipline and practical skills learned through applying mathematics in a variety of applications.

 

SIT192 Discrete Mathematics  

SIT194 Introduction to Mathematical Modelling  

SIT281 Cryptography  

SIT291 Mathematical Methods for Information Modelling  

SIT292 Linear Algebra and Applications to Data Communications  

SIT396 Complex Analysis  

SIT392 Public-Key Cryptography  

SIT399 Advanced Topics in Mathematics  

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