The Baccalaureate (Hons) program in Mathematics help students to gain a broad understanding of, and practice with, basic ideas of modern pure mathematics (including analysis, linear algebra, geometry, and group theory). The program has been designed to apply mathematical knowledge to analyze and interpret information in other disciplines and professions.

BS (Hons) Mathematics

The 4-year degree program in Mathematics was launched in 2005. A degree in Mathematics develops clear logical thinking. Students majoring in Mathematics take 48 credit hours in their major as well as 47 or 48 in general education and 35 or 34 respectively as free electives. The coursework looks at topics in Mathematics: from pure Mathematics to how Mathematics is used in the real world. Cross listing of courses with other departments further helps students to analyze Mathematics as a real world tool. Students obtain a secure understanding of Mathematics with a good choice of topics in pure and applied Mathematics at an advanced level.

Roadmap for BS (Hons) Mathematics