Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics and Statistics offers a range of courses which will equip students with the necessary mathematical expertise to deal with problems encountered in an increasingly technological world.
The department currently has 14 full-time academic staff, 4 part time academic staff and 3 administration staff. Students in the Department are mainly studying towards Bachelor of Science degrees in Actuarial Science and Mathematics, both 3-year programmes
Staff in the department have been very successful in attracting competitive research and equipment grants. Research is a very important component of the Department’s activities and this has resulted in a healthy number of PhD students, averaging between 25 to 30 annually over the last five years.
The Department has maintained good links with a number of overseas institutions. This year, we have run several workshops in Thailand and Indonesia. The academic exchanges are very important to the Department and we are always keen to forge new links. The Department’s income from international students has steadily increased over the past years and now constitutes over 20% of the annual budget.
- Logistics analyst
Curtin is ranked fourth in Australia for Mathematics and Computer Science according to the CWTS Leiden Rankings 2015 based on the proportion of publications that have been co-authored by academics from two or more countries*.
We are also ranked fifth in Australia for the proportion of publications that belong to the top ten per cent most frequently cited in that field in the same year.
*In these rankings, the performance of the university does not depend on the size of its publication output.
Summer bridging course
The Summer bridging course is for students wanting to enter a particular course at Curtin University without having studied Mathematics before.
ATN Industry Doctoral Training Centre
The ATN is recognised as a global leader of a new generation of universities focused on industry collaboration, real-world research with real-world impact and produce work-ready graduates to become global thinkers in business and the community.