The breadth of mathematics is immense. It is a fundamental subject for much of science/technology, and also for all analytical and model-building activities across a wide range of sectors. Since the spread of topics is so broad in a mathematics degree, some have little in common with others.
Statistics is an important mathematics discipline and studying it gives you skills relating particularly to the design and conduct of experimental and observational studies and the analysis of data resulting from them. The analytical approach you practice, trains you to be able to apply theoretical knowledge to problem-solving and to develop and evaluate logical arguments.
Skills developed may include:
In addition to your mathematical skills, your degree programme also trains you in general skills that employers will expect you to have, including:
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