BP245 - Bachelor of Science (Statistics)

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RMIT program code: BP245
Plan name: Bachelor of Science (Statistics)
Plan code: BP245
Campus: City Campus
Credit points per semester:
Full time: 48
Part time: 24
CRICOS code: 058781J

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2018 Enrolment Program Structure

To graduate you must complete the following:

Year One of Program
ANDYear Two of Program
ANDYear Three of Program
ANDList of Option Courses:
ANDList of Option Courses:

You must complete atotal of twenty four (24) courses, of which two (2) can beUniversity Electives taken in Year Three.

Credittransfer / recognitionof prior learning

You may be eligible for credit or recognition of prior learning (RPL) toward your RMIT program.Please read theHow to apply for creditinformation and complete the forms required. Please ensure that you submit this information by the relevantcensus date. Please submit your application through theRMIT Connect portal.

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Year One of Program

You must complete all eight (8) courses listed below.

MATH1150: You must enrol in this course in semester 1 ONLY if you begin the program in semester 1. If you started the program at mid-year, then you may enrol in MATH1150 in semester 2.

Complete the following Eight (8) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Calculus and Analysis 112YesMATH1142City Campus2053
Introduction to Probability and Statistics12MATH2200City Campus1650
Mathematical Computing12MATH2109City Campus2565
Discrete Mathematics12MATH1150City Campus2055
Problem Solving and Algorithms12YesMATH2313City Campus1634
Calculus and Analysis 212YesMATH1144City Campus2658
Basic Statistical Methodologies12YesMATH2201City Campus1628
Data Preparation for Analytics12YesMATH2202City Campus1629
AND

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Year Two of Program

  • Transitioning students only:Continuing second and thirdyear students transitioning into the new structure may follow detailed transition plan. Please contact the Academic Services Centre CBD via the RMIT Connect portalto request your transition plan.
  • You must complete all four(4) core courses listed below together with four(4) Program Options.
  • Before you enrol in any course in year two, you need to satisfy the prerequisites otherwise you may struggle to complete the course satisfactorily.
  • Some Program Options will run every second year. Please verify course future availability with your Program Leader
Complete the following Four (4) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Linear Algebra and Vector Calculus12YesMATH2140City Campus2685
Industrial Applications of Mathematics and Statistics 112MATH2196City Campus16481626
Linear Models and Design of Experiments12YesMATH2203City Campus1651
Statistical Inference12YesMATH2155City Campus2673
AND
Select and Complete Three (3) Courses from the following list:
Option List 1
AND
Select and Complete One (1) Course from the following list:
Option List 2
AND

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Year Three of Program

  • Transitioning students only:Continuing second and thirdyear students transitioning into the new structure may follow detailed transition plan. Please contact theAcademic Services Centre CBDvia theRMIT Connect portalto request your transition plan.
  • You must complete the two(2) core courses listed below together with four(4) Program Options and two(2) UniversityElectives. Universityelectives may be taken in either semester 1or 2, depending on availabilities of courses and timetable clashes(Timetable clashes may be unavoidable if youdeviate from the plannedorder of courses).
  • Before you enrol in any course in Year Three, you need to satisfy the prerequisites otherwise you may struggle to complete the course satisfactorily.
  • Some program options will run every second year. Please verify course future availability with your Program Leader
  • Rules forUniversity Electives: (1) You must not enrol in any first year maths/calculus course which overlaps significantly with either/both of MATH1142 and MATH1144. Such courses include, but are not limited to, MATH2160, MATH2117, MATH2118, MATH2128, MATH2129, MATH2163, MATH2164and MATH2211. (2) You must not enrol in any first year statistics course which overlaps significantly with either/both of MATH2200 and MATH2201. These courses include, but are not limited to, MATH2123, MATH1276, MATH1278,MATH1280, MATH1281, MATH1282and ECON1030. If you are in any doubt about an elective choice, please consult the Program Leader.
Complete the following Two (2) Courses:
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Multivariate Analysis12YesMATH2142City Campus2674
Industrial Applications of Mathematics and Statistics 212MATH2197City Campus16491627
AND
Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from the following list:
Option List 1
AND
Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from the following list:
Option List 2
AND
Select and Complete Two (2) Courses from:
University Elective
AND

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List of Option Courses:

Option List 1 (Year Two and Year Three)
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Data Visualisation12YesMATH2237City Campus1763
Analysis of Categorical Data12YesMATH2300City Campus1712
Analysis of Large Data Sets12YesMATH2301City Campus1714
Applied Bayesian Statistics12YesMATH2305City Campus1713
Scientific Computing12YesMATH1155City Campus2659
Modelling with Differential Equations12YesMATH2138City Campus2684
Operations Research 212YesMATH2308City Campus1715
Modelling with Algebra12YesMATH2311City Campus1633
Advanced Mathematical Modelling12YesMATH2139City Campus1716
Nonlinear Optimisation12YesMATH2143City Campus1711
Algebra for Information Security12YesMATH2148City Campus2687
Mathematical Modelling12YesMATH2194City Campus1583
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List of Option Courses:

Option List 2 (Year Two and Year Three)
Course TitleCredit PointsPrereqs/ CoreqsCourse CodeCampusSemester 1 ClassSemester 2 Class
Business Finance12YesBAFI1008City Campus20041966
Financial Markets12BAFI1002City Campus19891965
Prices and Markets12YesECON1020City Campus20762055
Data Visualisation12YesMATH2237City Campus1763
Analysis of Categorical Data12YesMATH2300City Campus1712
Analysis of Large Data Sets12YesMATH2301City Campus1714
Applied Bayesian Statistics12YesMATH2305City Campus1713
Scientific Computing12YesMATH1155City Campus2659
Modelling with Differential Equations12YesMATH2138City Campus2684
Operations Research 212YesMATH2308City Campus1715
Modelling with Algebra12YesMATH2311City Campus1633
Advanced Mathematical Modelling12YesMATH2139City Campus1716
Nonlinear Optimisation12YesMATH2143City Campus1711
Algebra for Information Security12YesMATH2148City Campus2687
Mathematical Modelling12YesMATH2194City Campus1583
Marketing Principles12MKTG1025City Campus20992076
Marketing Communication12YesMKTG1041City Campus21002077
Market Research12YesMKTG1045City Campus21032078
Mathematics Method A12YesCUED1139Bundoora Campus1291(HPE4)

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