Pure mathematics is essential for many other scientific disciplines. Applied and numerical mathematics studies life issues and proposes solutions that can be applied in practice
BSc Mathematics Program Objectives
- To provide graduates with a coherent knowledge of mathematics, both in breadth and depth, on the principles and practice of the subjects.
- To produce graduates who can apply their mathematical knowledge effectively in interdisciplinary areas.
- To produce graduates with good communication skills.
- To produce graduates who are able to apply their acquired knowledge and skills in mathematics to solving real life problems.
- To produce graduates prepared for life-long learning and subsequent graduate studies.
- To produce graduates who can think analytically and critically.
BSc Mathematics Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are expected to have achieved the following program outcomes.
- The ability to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in mathematics in solving real life problems.
- The ability to identify, formulate and solve mathematical problems.
- The ability to communicate effectively with a range of different audiences.
- The ability to write reports clearly and legibly and systematically.
- The ability to function effectively as a team player to accomplish a common goal.
- The recognition of the need for self-improvement, and to seek more knowledge and skills in mathematics.
- The ability to reach out and cope with complexities of interdisciplinary applications.
- An understanding of professional responsibilities.
- The ability to think analytically and critically, and to engage in innovative applications of mathematics in diverse areas.