The BS Mathematics program is a four-year course that seeks to develop and enhance students’ mathematical skills necessary in pursuing careers in the academe, research institutions and areas of work requiring analytical and critical thinking. It covers the breadth and depth of mathematics, from classical to contemporary, from the theoretical to the applied.
The Mathematics Division of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP) offers major and elective courses covering advanced topics in algebra, analysis, geometry and combinatorics. Students of the BS Mathematics program may pursue specialized research in the areas of graph theory, coding theory and cryptography, and partial differential equations.
Graduates of the BS Mathematics program may pursue careers in business, economics, and banking that require strong analytical and problem-solving skills. They are also prepared for mathematics teaching in the university, graduate studies, and research.