Combine the versatility and breadth of an arts degree with in-depth knowledge of mathematics to broaden skills and employment options. Students tailor their arts studies with a choice of more than 45 options in humanities, social sciences, languages, world cultures, politics and much more. They develop comprehensive, specialised knowledge and sophisticated application of mathematics with a choice from over 60 mathematics and statistics courses. They graduate with advanced quantitative and analytic skills for careers in industry sectors which rely on the physical and biological sciences, engineering, information technology, economics, business and other emerging fields. . For more information, visit Bachelor of Mathematics/Arts at UQ.