Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
The heart of the program consists of fundamental courses in the main areas of mathematics (numerical analysis, algebra, analysis), together with a variety of specialized, elective courses. It is complemented by supportive courses from other departments, in addition to the University general education requirements. Opportunities for internship and research are given, preparing students for the job market and for higher studies. With a pedagogy emphasizing students’ learning outcomes and encouraging the use of technology, students are aided in developing quantitative skills and an ability to think clearly and critically about complex problems, while communicating results with precision.
- Have successful careers in a wide variety of their chosen fields to serve the educational institutions, the industry and the community.
- To continue their professional development by pursuing further degrees and developing life-long learning skills and abilities.
- To be engaged in and apply their expertise to vital societal issues such as sustainability, environmental protection, education, and leadership.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Identify, formulate and solve mathematical problems by applying knowledge of mathematics.
- Formulate or design a mathematical model, procedure or algorithm for real-life and interdisciplinary problems.
- Exploit data, use mathematical arguments in a clear well-organized and logical way and employ technology to assist in solving problems and to draw conclusions.
- Communicate mathematical ideas effectively through presentations and reports to a range of audiences.
- Search mathematical literature to understand ethics and professional responsibilities and the impact of mathematical solutions in different contexts.
- Work effectively on teams to accomplish common goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.
Required Credit Hours :
minimum 120 hours
General Education (Req. CH:33)
Cluster 1: Skills for the Future (Req. Ch:15)
|Area 2: English Communication (3 hours
|ESPU102||Introduction to Academic English For Science||3|
|Area 5: Quantitative Reasoning (3 hours
|MATH105||Calculus I 1||3|
1 : Also counts towards the Major
Cluster 2: The Human Community (Req. Ch:12)
|Area 2: Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 hours
|PSYC313||Educational Psychology 2||3|
2 : Also counts towards the Major
Cluster 3: The Natural World (Req. Ch:6)
|Area 1: Natural Sciences (3 hours
|PHYS105||General Physics I 3||3|
3 : Also counts towards the Major
Mathematics Major (Req. Ch: 87)
Mathematics Elective Courses
Supporting Required Courses Non-Mathematics
Supporting Elective Courses Non-Mathematics
|Free Electives (6 hours