What degrees can I study with maths?
Maths is at the heart of everything. It can help solve everyday challenges and is becoming more important as technology rapidly changes our world.
Maths is also one of the most versatile academic subjects. The maths qualifications you gain at school or college can be a gateway to a huge range of degree courses. This might include subjects you might not have considered before, or which are different from your current or previous studies.
Our School of Science, Engineering and Environment has a range of real-world focused degree courses where you can apply your existing mathematical knowledge and skills in fascinating and exciting ways.
So, if you are unsure about what you can do with your maths qualification – our advice is ‘don’t limit yourself’. Explore some of the options where you can apply your beautiful mind.
Engineer the future
Engineers help shape the world around us. We offer a comprehensive range of areas to take your interests further. Apply your mathematical knowledge to build bridges with civil engineering, take flight with aeronautics, or bring robotics to life with mechanical or electronic engineering.
Explore our engineering degree courses
Code the future
As artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and big data change our world, use you mathematics to jump into an exciting area of study. We offer courses in computer science, software engineering and networks where your analytical skills will be invaluable.
Explore our computing degree courses
Build the future
The construction industry is seeking more solution-seekers like you to build better cities and ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget. Quantity Surveying is just one of several roles role where you can apply your maths skills in industry.
Explore our BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying degree
Stick with Maths
Mathematics is at the heart of many of civilisation’s greatest achievements. By choosing a Mathematics degree, you can find ways to make an important contribution to the next generation of ideas, be it in science, engineering or technology.
Explore our BSc (hons) Mathematics degree