Maths & Sciences

Maths & Sciences

Maths and Science is a community of disciplines focused on the exploration, study, and interpretation of natural world laws. Simply put into words, math is a subject that analyzes quantities and sets, properties and relationships, using numbers and symbols. A typical degree program in mathematics requires a mixture of pure mathematics and applied mathematics. Maths, combined with subjects such as business administration, computer science, economics, finance, history, music, philosophy, physics, sports science, and statistics, is also frequently offered as a joint honors degree. Usually, math is taught through a mixture of lectures and seminars, with students spending a lot of time individually trying to solve problems. There are a wide range of sub-disciplines to be selected by people who wish to study science, such as: applied mathematics, biology, chemistry, neuroscience, physics, statistics, and others. These sub-disciplines are either classified as Life Sciences, including Ecology, Anatomy and Botany or as Physical Sciences, such as Physics, Earth Sciences, Astronomy or Chemistry. During the course you can concentrate on learning concepts that you can use in interdisciplinary ways, which can then be implemented in your academic, analytical or laboratory work. While taking a Math and Science degree you will gain the ability to perform experiments, synthesize data, and draw conclusions and also improve your problem-solving skills. Graduates in Math and Science degree can find jobs in various fascinating fields such as statistics, game theory, cryptography, finance, economics, philosophy, research, forensic and so on.

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Statistics

Statistics has a wide emphasis in mathematics concepts and a variety of statistical techniques. Core courses of statistics will concentrate on algebra, applied mathematics, mathematical statistics, and related mathematics topics. Other topics could include finance, economics, and market analysis of commodities, industrial statistics, public policy statistics, and others depending on the student's career preferences. Statisticians gather data, summarize information, draw conclusions and advance predictions. In an increasingly data-driven world, being able to translate information into meaningful insights can enhance a company's understanding of people and society. So, graduates in Statistics degree can work as: actuarial analyst, data analyst, data scientist, financial risk analyst, investment analyst, statistician and others.
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Applied Mathematics

Applied Mathematics deals with the application of higher mathematics in science and technological fields. Students get to learn and interact with mathematical principles as useful resources for life, social and physical sciences, as well as methods used to apply them, ranging from calculus and linear algebra to statistics and probability. Depending on the selected area of specialization, applied mathematics degrees require both in-depth mathematical understanding and practical knowledge of other topics. Students will require knowledge of problem-formulation and problem-solving methods, strong job management skills, a high capacity to visualize and express findings and claims, in addition to statistical knowledge and logical reasoning. Graduates in Applied Mathematics can look forward to work in various applied mathematics positions such as: actuary, civil engineer, computer programmer, computer systems analyst, database administrator, economist, financial analyst, logistician and many more.
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Science

Science includes the systematic study of physical and natural world structure and behavior by observation and experimentation. There are a wide range of sub-disciplines to be selected by people who wish to study science, such as: applied mathematics, biology, chemistry, neuroscience, physics, statistics, and others. These sub-disciplines are either classified as Life Sciences, including Ecology, Anatomy and Botany or as Physical Sciences, such as Physics, Earth Sciences, Astronomy or Chemistry. During the course you can concentrate on learning concepts that you can use in interdisciplinary ways, which can then be implemented in your academic, analytical or laboratory work. While pursuing a Science degree you will gain the ability to perform experiments, synthesize data, and draw conclusions and also improve your problem-solving skills. Graduates in Science degree can find jobs such as: forensic science technician, medical scientist, epidemiologist, microbiologist, computer and information research scientist, and others.
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Astronomy & Space Sciences

Astronomy is one of the oldest branches of science, intriguing people from the earliest ages. Astronomers research how the Universe started and developed to its current state, how galaxies shape and why our solar system looks like it does, using telescopes and satellites to observe the sky, as well as theoretical and simulation work. In addition to astronomy, space science includes other areas of research, such as space travel and space exploration. Astrophysics, aerospace engineering, astronautics are closely linked to astronomy and space sciences, and knowledge of chemistry, mathematics, and statistics is also included. Theoretical lectures in mathematics and astrophysics, with observatory activities, computer programming and simulations, are included in Bachelor’s and Maters degree of astronomy. Space research offers expertise in the fields of space science, management, operations and economics. Graduates in Astronomy and Space sciences can work as: scientist, technician, engineer, astronomer, or manager within an observatory or an institute, researcher, and so on.
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Biochemistry

Biochemistry is a multidisciplinary field where biology and chemistry are combined to understand and optimize the processes taking place in living organisms. Biochemistry involves understanding protein structures, carbohydrates, enzymes, fats, and any breakdown of chemical reactions that takes place in every living being in the setting. Biochemistry degrees offer general courses in Microbiology and Immunology, General Biology, Biophysics, Cellular and Evolutionary Biology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, and more. Students can interact with all types of human, animal and microscopic species.. Students will be immersed in the world of science while studying Biochemistry, as they will learn precisely how the most critical processes and phenomena work in animals, and how they can use this knowledge to fix different deficiencies, from viruses to pest control, to human nutritional issues. Graduates in Biochemistry can work as: academic researcher, analytical chemist, biomedical scientist, biotechnologist, clinical research associate, clinical scientist, and many more.
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Biotechnology

Biotechnology refers to several techniques and technologies used in bio-industrial development or bio-genetic regulated processes involving plant, animal or human species. Biotechnology is leading innovations in areas such as agriculture, food production and defense, climate change and medicine, and many more. Biotechnology may also help to address some of the most important environmental challenges that lead to the protection of the natural world, such as oil spills, chemical side effects, or contaminated water. Biotechnology degrees provide solid grounding in biochemistry, molecular biology, bioinformatics, drug design and development, nanotechnology or innovation management, as well as in-depth IT skills. Graduates in Biotechnology can work in various fields such as: biochemist, bioinformatician, biophysicist, biomedical engineer, and biotechnology laboratory technician, biotechnology research associate, clinical research associate, environmental engineer and so on.
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Chemistry

Chemistry studies about the substances such as solid, liquid, and gaseous matter and their composition of various kinds of atoms and molecules and how they determine their special properties. It also examines how different substances combine or split to form new substances under different circumstances. Chemistry is classified into materials science, quantum, nuclear, and inorganic chemistry. Students who graduate with a Master of Science degree in Chemistry can specialize in kinetics, combinatorial chemistry, cluster chemistry, photochemistry, theoretical chemistry, and more. Some of the best jobs for a graduate in Chemistry are: analytical chemists, engineers, health scientists, toxicologists or study scientists, chemistry teachers, pharmacologists and so on.
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Financial Mathematics

Financial Mathematics course creates a strong base in mathematics for a career in capital markets. Financial mathematics focuses on the mathematical properties and relations between concepts and elements related to the structure of financial and currency markets in inflation processes research, investment and other economic activities. Sub-disciplines of financial mathematics include macroeconomics, applied mathematics or computational mathematics. Courses cover subjects such as: investing in capital markets and portfolios, organizational analysis, currency and banking structures, financial management, foreign finance, and finance for multinational firms. Students in financial mathematics acquire a wide range of skills such as technology skills, an in-depth understanding of advanced economics principles as well as experience of how the financial and banking industries work along with problem solving skills, they will also evaluate and classify relevant software applications. Financial mathematics graduates cover a large area of the financial service industry which includes job opportunities and can work in: brokerage firms, banks, insurance companies, Internal Revenue Service, and others.
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Dermal Science

Dermal Science is designed for applicants with a history of beauty or health who want to obtain a formal and accepted dermal science certification. The aim of the qualification is to provide the expertise and hands-on abilities of graduates to carry out a variety of safe and successful dermal therapies and to meet the employment needs of a modern cosmetic medical clinic. During the course you will undertake clinical training in a variety of settings. You can learn to define, evaluate and address the physical, psychological and social needs of clients receiving dermal evaluation and treatment for conditions such as: scarring, inflammatory conditions, skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis and others, poor skin tone and pigmentation, aging or sun damaged and other problems. It offers trained beauty therapists the opportunity to build and improve expertise and skills in advanced dermal therapy procedures, and obtain additional training such as para-medical dermal care. Graduates in Dermal Science cab work as: beauty therapist, laser therapist, dermal therapist, clinic manager, beauty/dermal/laser technician and so on.
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Genetics

Genetics degree will give you subject-specific skills, including an understanding of biochemistry, cell and molecular biology and physiology, gene function and expression, and an understanding of the current state of genetic science, methods, ethics, and technology. Bachelor's or Master's in Genetics improves main skills for biological science and laboratory practice along with critical thinking, analytical skills, communication skills required to pass on discovered data as well as knowledge of ethical aspects. Common uses of Genetics include creating better medicine, agricultural innovation, and criminal forensics that helps identify suspects. Genetics also has health & medicine implications, with medical geneticists specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of genetic disorders such as hemophilia or various forms of cancer. A Genetics degree can lead to a career in health, scientific research or industry and also provides a range of skills that can be used in many other sectors. A graduate can work as: academic researcher, clinical research associate, clinical scientist, genetic counsellor, pharmacologist, research scientist, and so on.
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Physics

Physics is the study of the universe as a whole. From observing stars far beyond earth, to describing the form of a water droplet, physics degrees give students the chance to consider the universe around them in all its enormity and complexity. The area focuses mainly on classical, relativistic, and quantum mechanics, and on the theory of the quantum field. Physics degrees concentrate on describing the phenomena people observe and experience and have strong influences on mathematics, philosophy, geology and engineering through their discoveries. The study of physics makes an essential difference by technological contributions and theoretical breakthroughs. A physics degree is a great starting point for a career in scientific research, as well as in a range of careers in the business, finance, IT and engineering sectors and can work as: academic researcher, astronomer, clinical scientist, geophysicist, lecturer/teacher, meteorologist, radiation protection practitioner, research scientist and many others.
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