Through the different fields of algebra, analysis, geometry, number theory, and applied mathematics, the department aims to provide to students a balance between qualitative and quantitative aspects of mathematics. It will help students master the theory without losing sight of applications. Graduates of the Mathematics Department should be well prepared for graduate work or professional employment in mathematics or related areas.

Educational objectives for mathematics program

  • pursue professional development by securing acceptance in graduate programs in mathematics and other fields such as the field of quantitative/mathematical finance, mathematical computing, statistics and actuarial science
  • become contributing members of multidisciplinary teams and successfully apply the fundamentals of their educational background
  • apply their knowledge in modern industry or teaching

Program Outcome Objectives

At the end of the program, students will be able to
  • work with abstract mathematical concepts in a general context
  • apply the mathematical concepts by developing, analyzing, refining and/or resolving mathematical models.
  • engage complex mathematical reasoning in validating arguments by refining their analytical skills.
  • define and give good concrete examples of the mathematical structures like vector space, group, ring, etc..
  • use the appropriate IT resources to tackle mathematical problems and/or to document mathematics.
  • communicate, verbally and/or written, mathematical principles and ideas with coherence and clarity.
  • understand professional and ethical responsibility.
  • adopt effective learning strategies.
  • function in a multidisciplinary team.

Courses & Requirements

General Education Requirements
Code Name Credits
ENG203 English for Academic writing 3
ENG204 Advanced Eng. Academic Writing 3
ENG206 Business Communication Skills 3
CST201 General Education I 3
CST201 General Education I/Humanities/Business Elective 3
Description: English courses are requested. For the other courses, choose between CST201(B), CST201(S), CST201(C), CST201(D), CST202(H), ITA201
Elective Requirements
Description: 3 major elective courses are required/ choose between MAT212, MAT213, CSC214+LAB, CCE338, CSC311+LAB, CCE213+LAB, CCE309, CCE412
Faculty General Requirements
Code Name Credits
MAT213 Business statistics 3
MAT211 Discrete Math 3
MAT220 Linear Algebra 3
CCE210 Logic Design 3
MAT320 Numerical Computing 3
MAT208 Probability & Statistics 3
CSC213L Programing I Lab 1
MAT203 Differential Equations 3
CCE210L Logic Design Lab 1
MAT201 Calculus III 3
Description: All courses are requested
Major Requirements
Code Name Credits
MAT410 Groups & Rings Theory 3
MAT411 Integral Calculus 3
MAT314 Introduction to Complex Analysis 3
MAT316 Introduction to Real Analysis 3
MAT315 Introduction to Topology 3
MAT413 Numbers Theory 3
MAT Euclidean Geometry 3
MAT420 Partial Differential Equations + MATLAB 3
MAT430 Analysis on Surfaces 3
MAT-I Major Elective I 3
MAT-II Major Elective II 3
MAT-III Major Elective III 3
PHY211 Electricity & Magnetism 3
MAT312 Engineering Math 3
MCE202 Mechanics I 3
Description: All courses are requested

Department Majors & Programs