This program provides a balanced blend of basic
mathematical techniques, a rigorous examination of
their validity, the development of underlying
structures common to number of concepts, and the
application of mathematics to solving complex problems
that arise in the real world. This program reflects
the awareness of the excitingly complex patterns and
systems that can arise from simple mathematical ideas.
Such systems may provide the key to understanding
biological, economic or physical problems.
This program covers Transition Mathematics; Calculus;
IT Applications; Vector Algebra and Geometry; History
of Mathematics; Introduction to Analysis; Introduction
to Numerical Methods; Real Analysis; Probability and
Statistics; Linear Mathematics; Vector Calculus;
Abstract Algebra; Approximation Theory and Methods;
Complex Analysis; Chaos and Dynamical Systems;
Computational Mathematics; Mathematical Modeling. This
program also includes Pattern Analysis; Time Series;
Coding and Cryptography; Simulation and Stochastic
Processes; and Financial Mathematics.
Mathematics Graduates have considerable success in
finding relevant lucrative employment in areas such as
Business, Management, Accountancy, Actuary, Teaching