Degree Plans for Cohort 2018 - 2020


Degree Plan in Mathematics 

 

CR

University Requirements (UR)

6

University Electives (UE)

6

College Requirements (CR)

3

College Electives (CE)

16

Departmental Requirements (DR)

16

 Department Electives (DE) 12

Major Requirement (AR)

32

Major Electives (AE)

31

 

TOTAL

 

122

Complete Degree plan 

 


Degree Plans for Cohort 2016 - 2020


Degree Plan in Mathematics 

 

CR

University Requirements (UR)

6

University Electives (UE)

6

College Requirements (CR)

3

College Electives (CE)

16

Departmental Requirements (DR)

16

 Department Electives (DE) 12

Major Requirement (AR)

32

Major Electives (AE)

31

 

TOTAL

 

122

Complete Degree plan 


 

Degree Plans for Cohort 2010 - 2015


Degree Plan in Mathematics

 

CR

University Requirements (UR)

6

University Electives (UE)

6

College Requirements (CR)

3

College Electives (CE)

43

Departmental Requirements (DR)

28

Major Electives (AE)

36

 

TOTAL

 

122

Complete Degree Plan 


 


Course Code Course Name
MATH1105 Business Mathematics
MATH2107 Calculus I
MATH2108 Calculus II
MATH2202 Linear Algebra I
MATH2350 Foundation of Mathematics
MATH3107 Linear Algebra and Multivariate Calculus for Engineers
MATH3110 Calculus III
MATH3208 Mathematics for Teachers I History of Mathematics and Algebra
MATH3212 Mathematics for Teachers II Geometry
MATH3302 Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH3303 Linear Algebra II
MATH3360 Discrete Mathematics
MATH3730 Computer Algebra System I
MATH4141 Numerical Analysis
MATH4151 Discrete Mathematics and Complex Analysis
MATH4174 Differential Equations and Applications for Engineers
MATH4176 Numerical Analysis for Engineers
MATH4450 Real Analysis I
MATH4452 Introduction to Complex Variables
MATH4453 Abstract Algebra I
MATH4473 Linear Programming
MATH4474 Partial Diiferential Equations
MATH4481 Introduction to Optimization
MATH4599 Introduction to Topology
MATH5470 Integral Transforms
MATH5551 Fluid Dynamics
MATH5553 Differential Geometry I
MATH5558 Number Theory
   
   
   
   
   

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.

  1.  The ability to apply the knowledge and skills acquired in mathematics in solving real life problems.
  2. The ability to identify, formulate and solve mathematical problems.
  3. The ability to communicate effectively with a range of different audiences.
  4. The ability to write reports clearly and legibly and systematically.
  5. The ability to function effectively as a team player to accomplish a common goal.
  6. The recognition of the need for self-improvement, and to seek more knowledge and skills in mathematics.
  7. The ability to reach out and cope with complexities of interdisciplinary applications.
  8. An understanding of professional responsibilities.
  9. The ability to think analytically and critically, and to engage in innovative applications of mathematics in diverse areas.

Major Requirements:

To apply for mathematics major, students need LANC2058 and MATH2107 plus two other introductory science courses, with a minimum of C in MATH2107.


Minors offered to Science Students