# Teaching

Mathematics is taught throughout a number of faculties at Deakin University with core mathematics discipline units being offered by the School of Information Technology.

**Vision for our students**

A Deakin Graduate who undertook mathematical units will

**Demonstrate Proficiency with mathematical methodologies required to be successful in their chosen discipline****Display and transmit a positive attitude towards mathematics and show mathematical maturity****Be able to communicate mathematical reasoning and use mathematical language****Be able to use mathematical and logical thinking for solving real-world problems****Show mathematical intuition and an ability to translate their mathematical skills to other disciplines**

**Subjects offered at Deakin**

1st year

- SIT106 Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics
- SIT176 Mathematical Visualisation and Reasoning
- SIT190 Introduction to Functions, Relations and Graphs
- SIT191 Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
- SIT192* Discrete Mathematics
- SIT194* Introduction to Mathematical Modelling
- SIT199 Applied Algebra and Statistics

2nd year

- SIT291* Mathematical Methods for Information Modelling
- SIT292* Linear Algebra for Data Analysis
- SIT281 Cryptography

3rd year

- SIT316 Optimisation and Constraint Programming
- SIT396* Complex Analysis
- SIT399* Optimization Modelling and Decision Analysis

* Part of the Mathematical Modelling major sequence

Honours

- SIT490 Honours Mathematics Research 1
- SIT492 Honours Mathematics Research 2
- SIT493 Honours Mathematics Research 3

Masters

- SIT787 Mathematics for Artificial Intelligence
- SIT718 Real World Analytics
- SIT741 Statistical Data Analysis
- SIT743 Bayesian Learning and Graphical Models
- SIT744 Deep Learning