Mathematics is crucial subject for all science and technology and it has wide applications in various fields. It plays a vital role for the development of technology. Enable students with diverse academic, technical, and personal mathematical backgrounds to:
→ Apply critical and logical thinking to problem solving;
→ Apply and adapt a variety of appropriate strategies, including technology, to investigate mathematical conjectures, to solve problems, and to judge the reasonableness of the results;
→ Use mathematical models to represent and understand quantitative relationships;
→ Recognize and apply mathematics in contexts outside of mathematics to interpret physical and social phenomena;
→ Use the language and symbols of mathematics to express mathematical ideas precisely;
→ Understand the role of mathematics in society;
→ Organize and consolidate mathematical thinking through written and oral communication;
→ Develop a relevant knowledge base in preparation for additional learning experiences in mathematics while enhancing their mathematical intuition;
→ Build individual confidence in their abilities to understand and apply mathematics.
→ The Department of Mathematics, part of the School of Sciences, Humanities & Visual Communications, continuously revises its offerings to keep up with the ever-changing demands of program areas and advances in technology.