Academics | Faculties | FACULTY OF NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCES | Department of Mathematics & Statistics | Bachelor of Science in Mathematics | NDU

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Program Educational Objectives

The main objectives of the program of the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics are to:

  1. 1.Prepare students for successful professional careers in mathematics or related areas;
  2. 2.Equip students with skills relevant to the practice of mathematics, among which are independent and critical thinking and problem-solving techniques;
  3. 3.Build up the students’ oral and written mathematical communication skills which enable them to present their ideas efficiently;
  4. 4.Equip students with academic and analytical skills needed to pursue higher education in mathematics or related disciplines; and
  5. 5.Promote collaborative work among students to help them function effectively in a professional workplace or in a graduate program.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon graduation, students will be able to:

  1. 1.Demonstrate proficiency in basic knowledge in a broad range of mathematical areas;
  2. 2.Apply acquired mathematical concepts and techniques to analyze and solve problems;
  3. 3.Read, understand and write mathematical proofs;
  4. 4.Function as team players;
  5. 5.Identify the inter-dependency of different areas of mathematics, as well as connections between mathematics and other disciplines;
  6. 6.Explain and communicate mathematical principles and ideas with clarity and logic, both written and verbally, demonstrating communication skills to be used in any future career; and
  7. 7.Use mathematical tools to solve larger real world problems.

Admission Requirements

All first-year applicants must complete the Admission Requirements.

Graduation Requirements

To receive the BS in Mathematics, a student must fulfill all requirements of his/ her degree program, complete all required courses, and accumulate a total of 90 credits with an overall grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0/4.0 and a minimum GPA of 2.0/4.0 in both the core and major requirements, and clear all accounts with the university. Candidates for degrees are reminded that grades of “I” assigned during their last semester to courses required for graduation will result in delaying of graduation.


Liberal Arts Curriculum (27cr.)

Free Electives (6cr.)

Suggested Program

Fall Semester Year I (15cr.)
MAT 213 Calculus III 3 cr.
MAT 215 Linear algebra I 3 cr.
MAT 219
Mathematical Logic and Set Theory 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
Spring Semester Year I (15cr.)
MAT 224 Calculus IV 3 cr.
MAT 235 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 cr.
CSC 212 Program Design and Data Abstraction I 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
Fall Semester Year II (15cr.)
MAT 315 Linear Algebra II 3 cr.
MAT 339 Numerical Analysis 3 cr.
PHS 212 Basic Physics 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
Spring Semester Year II (15cr.)
MAT 325 Elements of Probability 3 cr.
MAT 333 Complex variables 3 cr.
MAT 335 Partial Differential Equations 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    Free Elective 3 cr.
Fall Semester Year II (15cr.)
MAT 411 Algebra I 3 cr.
MAT 413 Advanced Calculus I 3 cr.
    Elective Major Course 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    Free elective 3 cr.
Spring Semester Year III (15cr.)
MAT 421 Algebra II 3 cr.
MAT 423 Advanced Calculus II 3 cr.
MAT 412 Topology I 3 cr.
    Elective Major Course 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
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