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Bachelor of Science (Mathematics & Statistics (Extended))

Bachelor of Science (Mathematics & Statistics (Extended)) (BSCI)
CRICOS: 042230E

Entry requirements
Study mode
  • On-campus
  • External
  • Toowoomba
  • 3 year(s) (or part-time equivalent)
  • Jan, May, Sep


  • Mathematics and statistics play an integral role in the world around us and is a big part of business decisions, technical developments, and scientific discoveries. Whether it’s developing a new product, business model, call-centre strategy, medical procedure or video game AI, you often need to gather data, perform testing and analyse performance before revealing the final outcomes. Mathematicians and statisticians get the first peek at the results and are at the forefront of predictions and forecasts in everyday life.
  • The logical thinking, problem-solving and interpretive skills you’ll gain while studying UniSQ’s extended Mathematics and Statistics major are highly valued by employers across many job sectors. 
  • You’ll examine the fundamentals of pure and applied mathematics, theoretical and applied statistics, mathematical modelling and operations research, and learn how to use computational methods as an aid to the processes of analysis, modelling and decision-making.
  • Establish a unique university qualification by combining your major with a second Bachelor of Science major (such as Environment & Sustainability, Information Technology, Astronomical and Space Sciences or Geospatial Science perhaps) or a set of minors and elective courses to suite your interests and career goals.

Further study

Interested in gaining further knowledge and research skills in this field? After successfully completing the Bachelor of Science, you can go on to study the Bachelor of Science (Honours), the Master of Science, or Master of Data Science.

Thinking of studying in 2024? UniSQ will be delivering flexible new ways of teaching, with different calendar offerings, making the balance of study and life easier. Read more in our new academic calendar FAQs.

Career outcomes

  • Occupations to consider for a mathematics and statistics graduate include data scientist or data analyst, astronomer, investment analyst, research scientist, sound engineer, secondary school teacher, meteorologist or environmental mathematician, statistician, or computational scientist, to name a few.
  • Graduates with mathematical and statistical skills can find work in the airline and defence industry, communication and advertising companies, insurance and finance, chemical industries, weather bureau, space and engineering industries, universities and research centres, manufacturing and transport etc.

Entry requirements


  • Subject pre-requisite: Mathematical Methods (Units 3 & 4, C), or equivalent.

To study this degree we assume you have sound knowledge in:

  • English (Units 3 & 4, C), or equivalent

We assume that your knowledge is equivalent to a grade C or higher in Units 3 and 4 at high school level (typically studied in Year 12). Find out more about assumed knowledge.

Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide to the grades you need to apply for this degree. If your country is not listed, you can still apply for this course and we will assess your eligibility. 

English language requirements

You are required to satisfy the applicable English language requirements and this degree requires a minimum of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent. If you do not meet the English language requirements you may apply to study a University-approved English language program.

Recognition of prior learning or work experience

If you have previously studied in your home country, you may be eligible for recognition of prior learning to reduce the number of courses that you need to study to finish your program.


If you don't meet the entry requirements, we have pathway options available to you.


Degree structure

To complete this degree students must complete 24 units.

Courses to be studied Units
Core courses 4
1 x 12-unit Mathematics and Statistics Extended major 12
plus 1 x 8-unit second major
or 2 x 4-unit minors
or 1 x 4-unit minor plus 4 x electives
or 8 x electives             
Total 24

Note: Students who are enrolled in the 12-unit Mathematics and Statistics Extended major cannot also enrol in the 8-unit Mathematics and Statistics major.

Refer to the UniSQ Handbook for courses to be studied and recommended enrolment patterns. 

Double degrees

You may like to study the Bachelor of Science as part of a double degree to give you the flexibility tailor your degree to your ambition.

Fees and scholarships

Your actual fees may vary depending on the courses you select. We review our fees annually so these may be subject to change.

Approximate annual costs1 for international students' first year of study (8 units) in this degree:

Study Mode Cost

You are responsible for the full cost of your course and are charged a tuition fee.

AUD 34800

You are responsible for the full cost of your course and are charged a tuition fee.

AUD 34800

1 These are indicative annual fees for 2024. 

Student services and amenities fees

You may need to pay student services and amenities (SA) fees as part of your course costs.


At UniSQ, we offer a range of scholarships to support your success at university. Find a scholarship that works for you.

How to apply

Complete your online application directly to UniSQ.

CRICOS: 042230E

The semester start date is:

  • Semester 3, 2023 starts on Monday 13 November, 2023.


You can select to start your study in Trimester 1, 2 or 3.

Study period  Orientation  Study period start date Finish date
Trimester 1, 2024  Monday 15 January Monday 22 January Friday 26 April 
Trimester 2, 2024 Monday 6 May Monday 13 May  Friday 16 August
Trimester 3, 2024 Monday 26 August Monday 2 September Friday 6 December 
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