The Bachelor of Science Program in Mathematics is a 240 ECTS program and is to be completed in 8 regular semesters. The program is designed to train students in the theory of mathematics and to develop mathematical skills and mastery, used in the modern applications of mathematics in science and engineering. Through specialized courses as part of mathematics elective and technical elective requirements, students will have the opportunity to deepen and broaden their mathematical foundations and skills, which will make them more competitive in the mathematics-related job market and/or will prepare them for graduate studies in the area of pure and applied mathematics or statistics. Flexibility in selecting non-mathematics electives will also allow students to complete a minor in a different discipline.
Requirements for the completion of the study consist of the following parts:
|Students admitted in 2017||Students admitted in 2018 & 2019||Students admitted in 2020|
Starting from Fall 2020, students have to have at least C- for math courses to be counted as a core course or a math elective. This means that
The new policy applies to all students including 4th-year students but the courses which were taken before Fall 2020 are not affected. That is, for example, if a student has already got D in Abstract Algebra before the Fall semester of 2020, it is counted towards graduation.
Students have to complete technical electives with at least D. So, for example, if a math student got a D in MATH 4**, it cannot be counted as math elective but it can be counted as a technical elective. This policy is effective for courses taken in Fall 2020 and after.
Sample of the study plan
Descriptions of courses can be found here.
For inquiries, please contact the Director of Undergraduate Program.
For details on the MATH 499 Graduation Project (formerly known as Capstone Project), please follow the link.