The Department of Mathematics currently offers a 4 year Bachelors in Mathematics program.
Program Learning Outcomes
Apply a broad range of core
mathematical knowledge and techniques, including advanced calculus, linear
algebra, geometry, differential equations, probability and statistics.
Apply scientific experiments and
research methods to continuously build on existing knowledge with modern and
Utilize mathematical knowledge and
IT skills to design, implement and enhance computer programs.
Function on multidisciplinary
Analyze statistical data to
identify and solve applied scientific problems
Understand professional and
Communicate mathematical knowledge
directly and indirectly with precision, clarity and organization.
Formulate mathematical models to
solve real-life problems in a contemporary global and societal context.
Utilize modern techniques and
skills obtained to achieve pre-determined goals and improve overall performance
in a professional set-up.