Study mathematics, statistics or physics as an undergraduate and you'll learn from experts who are global leaders in discoveries, technological advances, and political and policy consultation.

In your later years, you'll have the chance to work on projects alongside our researchers and use world-class equipment - you can also work towards getting your name mentioned in a scientific journal.

You can design a program that brings together your interests, ambitions and talents in ways that will broaden your outlook and career prospects.


Bachelor degrees

  • Bachelor of Arts, with a major in:
    • Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Mathematics , with a major in:
    • Applied Mathematics
    • Data Analytics and Operations Research
    • Mathematical Physics
    • Pure Mathematics
    • Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science , with a major in:
    • Mathematics (also extended major)
    • Physics (also extended major)
    • Statistics

Majors and dual programs

To learn about our degree structures, majors and dual programs, visit our Science Study Planners and select the program you're interested in.


More information about honours

Find out more about our honours programs.

Study Abroad and exchanges

Current students: outgoing

If you're a current UQ student, you can study overseas as part of your degree with Global Experiences, the University's outgoing student mobility program.

A global experience allows you to study overseas for up to one year while gaining credit towards your UQ degree.

International students: Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange

If you're currently studying at an overseas university, you can apply to study with us through UQ's Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange program.

As a Study Abroad or Incoming Exchange student, you can study at UQ for one or two semesters.

Contact us

Email our Student Administration team for more information about our degrees.

Support for current students

If you're already studying with us and need personal or academic help, including information about course planning, visit our support pages for current students.