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  • The relative regulations of required course, credits, and subject competency test for the graduation from the department are list as follows:

    1. 1. Subject competency test: Student should pass the Chinese and the English competency test held by the university. The competency for computer skills is also required by passing the designated computer-related courses.
    2. 2. Required courses by the university: Time for Class Advisor (0 credit, 8 semesters), All-out Defense Education Military Training (0 credit, 2 semesters)
    3. 3. At least 8 credits of Holistic Education Core Curriculum
    4. 4. All 12 credits of basic competency courses, including 4 credits of Chinese and 8 credits of Foreign Languages (4 credits of English for freshman and 4 credits of Topic English for sophomore)
      1. i. The qualified English course waivers can apply to wave the freshman English. But they are still required to take 8 credits of foreign language courses.
      2. ii. Students can waive the 4 credits of sophomore English, but they are still required to take 4 credits of foreign language (non-English) courses if the diploma of a native English-speaking high school or the certificate of one of the following English competency test is presented by the end of the academic year (July the 31th) prior to taking the course.
        (1) GEPT(General English Proficiency Test): The intermediate or above levels passed(including second round pass).
        (2) TOFEL(The Test of English as a Foreign Language): ITP  457; CBT  137; IBT  47
        (3) IELTS(International English Language Testing System): Level-4 or above passed
        (4) TOEIC(Test of English for International Communication)  457
        (5) CSEPT(College Student English Proficiency Test) level-2  240
        (6) FLPT(Foreign Language Proficiency Test)-English  195
        (7) BULATS(Business Language Testing Service)  40
    5. 5. 12 credits of General Education courses.
    6. 6. 64 credits of professional compulsory courses
    7. 7. At least 32 credits of elective courses
    8. 8. At least 4 credits of professional compulsory courses that are instructed in English.
    9. 9. All requirements in 2.1 and at least 128 credits of the courses listed in 2.2-2.8

    Regulations for pass of pre-requisites

    • Students should pass Calculus(I) before they can take Calculus(II).
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    • Students should pass Advanced Calculus(I) before they can take Advanced Calculus(II).
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    • Students should pass Linear Algebra (I) before they can take Advanced Linear Algebra (II).
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    • Students should pass both Calculus(I) and Calculus(II) before they can take Advanced Calculus(I).
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    • Students should pass both Advanced Calculus (I) and Advanced Calculus (II) before they can take Complex Analysis.
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    • Students should pass both Calculus(I) and Calculus(II) before they can take Differential Equations.
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    • Students should take Probability Theory and receive a score of 50 or above before they can take Statistics. Those who took Probability Theory but received a score lower than 50 should obtain the approvals from their course instructor and from the department chair before they can take Statistics.
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    • Students should take Statistics and receive a score of 50 or above before they can take Mathematical Statistics.

Major Required Courses

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Pure Mathematics Section

Year Course Title 1st semester. 2nd semester. credits
Freshman Introduction to Computer Science (3 credits) 3 0 49 credits
Introduction to Mathematics (4 credits) 2 2
Calculus(I) (4 credits) 4 0
Calculus(II) (4 credits) 0 4
Sophomore Differential Equations (4 credits) 2 2
Algebra (6 credits) 3 3
Linear Algebra(I) (3 credits) 3 0
Linear Algebra(II) (3 credits) 0 3
Advanced Calculus(I) (4 credits) 4 0
Advanced Calculus(II) (4 credits) 0 4
Junior Complex Analysis (4 credits) 2 2
Geometry (6 credits) 3 3
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Applied Mathematics Section

Year Course Title 1st semester. 2nd semester. credits
Freshman Introduction to Computer Science (3 credits) 3 0 49 credits
Introduction to Mathematics (4 credits) 2 2
Calculus(I) (4 credits) 4 0
Calculus(II) (4 credits) 0 4
Sophomore Differential Equations (4 credits) 2 2
Probability Theory (3 credits) 3 0
Statistics (3 credits) 0 3
Linear Algebra(I) (3 credits) 3 0
Linear Algebra(II) (3 credits) 0 3
Advanced Calculus(I) (4 credits) 4 0
Advanced Calculus(II) (4 credits) 0 4
Junior Complex Analysis (4 credits) 2 2
Numerical Analysis (6 credits) 3 3
Senior      

 

Elective Courses by section

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Pure Mathematics Section

Year Course Title 1st semester. 2nd semester. credits
Freshman Introduction to Mathematical Software (3 credits) 0 3 15 credits must be chosen from elective courses at section
Sophomore Discrete Mathematics (3 credits) 3 0
Probability Theory (3 credits) 3 0
Statistics (3 credits) 0 3
Junior Topics Linear Algebra (3 credits) 3 0
Topics in Analysis 0 3
Topology 3 0
Number Theory (3 credits) 0 3
Vector Calculus (3 credits) 3 0
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3 credits) 0 3
Senior      


Applied Mathematics Section

Year Course Title 1st semester. 2nd semester. credits
Freshman Introduction to Mathematical Software (3 credits) 0 3 15 credits must be chosen from elective courses at section
Sophomore Actuarial Mathematics (3 credits) 3 0
Discrete Mathematics (3 credits) 3 0
Data Structures (3 credits) 0 3
Junior Mathematical Statistics (6 credits) 3 3
Multivariate Statistical Analysis (3 credits) 0 3
Stochastic Process (3 credits) 3 0
Introduction to Partial Differential Equations (3 credits) 0 3
Senior      

 

Elective Courses

Course Title 1st semester 2nd semester
Compound Interest 3 0
Non-life Insurance Products 3 0
Life Insurance Products 0 3
Economics 3 3
Linear Programming 3 0
Operations Research 0 3
Rgression Analysis 3 0
Analysis of Variance 0 3
Network Application 3 0
Practice of Information System Development (I) 3 0
Practice of Information System Development (II) 0 3
Wavelet in image processing 2 0
Colloquium In Mathematics (I) 1 0
Colloquium In Mathematics (II) 0 1
JAVA Programming Language 0 3
UNIX System 0 3
Vector Analysis 3 0
Real Analysis 0 3
Combinatorial Theory 3 0
Graph Theory 0 3
Basic Number Theory (I)(II) 3 3
Operating System 0 3
Algebra and Cryptography (I)(II) 3 3
C Language 3 0
Information Theory 3 0
Algorithms 0 3
Fuzzy Mathematics 0 3
Number Theory and Cryptography (I)(II) 3 3