Department of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics
Brief Introduction
The Department of Mathematics offers undergraduate programs in pure and applied mathematics to provide the students with a fundamental and extensive mathematical training. We focus on basic mathematics training, the development of logical reasoning ability, and practical applications. In addition to compulsory courses, mathematics students can also choose relevant courses according to their interests, such as information technology, finance, statistics, and education. The Department also provides courses to mathematics students who wish to pursue advanced degrees in mathematics so that they are well prepared for mathematics research. The main goal of the graduate program is to cultivate researchers and teachers in pure and applied mathematics.
Faculty and Staff / Research Area
Curriculum
Courses Offered in this Department are Calculus (Undergraduate, 4 credit hours, every semester ) Calculus (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, every semester ) Linear Algebra (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, every semester ) Basic Number Theory (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Introduction in Mathematics(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Advanced Calculus(Undergraduate, 4 credit hours, every semester ) Algebra(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, every semester ) Web Programming(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Probability(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Differential Equations (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Advanced Linear Algebra(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Geometry(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, every semester ) Numerical Analysis I (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Fall) Linux Shell Programming(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Statistics (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Discrete Mathematics (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Complex Analysis (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Introduction to Topology (Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Introduction to Partial Differential Equations(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, Spring) Geometric Construction(Undergraduate, 3 credit hours, once a year) Functional Analysis(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Real Analysis(Graduate, 3 credit hours, every semester) Ordinary Differential Equations(Graduate, 3 credit hours, every semester) Modern Algebra (Graduate, 3 credit hours, every semester) Algebraic Topology(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Algebraic Number Theory(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Algebraic Geometry(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Modern Geometry(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Dynamic Geometry (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once a year) Stochastic Convergence(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Probability Models and Simulations(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Advanced Probability (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Introduction to probability in Banach space (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Topics on Celestial Mechanics(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Algebraic Combinatorics (Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years) Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations(Graduate, 3 credit hours, once every two years)
Graduate Requirements
For Undergraduate students, 128 credit hours For Master degree students, 24 credit hours and a thesis For Ph.D. degree students, 18 credit hours and a dissertation
Financial Aids
For information about International Students Scholarship, please kindly refer to http://oga.nthu.edu.tw/cont.php?id=93&m=m26&mm=mm41&tc=5&lang=en Contact Information
For information specifically related to the Dept, please contact Chairman: PAN, ShuYen sypan@math.nthu.edu.tw Secretary: HUANG,huiwen math@math.nthu.edu.tw
For further information on the Dept./Institute, you can also link to http://www.math.nthu.edu.tw/main.php?lang=en&Trad2Simp=n
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