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Dept. of Mathematical Information

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Dept. of Mathematical Information

Introduction

The Department of Mathematical Information studies mathematical information based on creative thinking required in the Information Age. In its efforts to ensure academic originality, the department offers the following courses: Linear Algebra, Applied Differential Equations, Ordinary Differential Equations, Linear Programming, Numerical Analysis, Discrete Mathematics, Introduction to Dynamics, Stochastic Models, Pure Mathematics, and Applied Statistics. With these various, up-to-date courses and the department's modern education, the faculty continues to make utmost efforts in order to make a step forward in cultivating competent professionals, able to contribute to the growth in this field.

Educational Objective

Based on the theories of Mathematics and Statistics, the department aims to train professional leaders who can contribute to academic development through liaising with the related disciplines such as Engineering, Social Studies and Economics.

Educational Goals

  1. To study the current trends and development in Mathematical Information.
  2. To promote further academic understanding through studying other related subjects.
  3. To train professionals, able to contribute both to quantitative and qualitative change in the Information Age.