Mathematics — decoding all phenomena in the universe with history and innovation
Mathematics has a long history stretching back to ancient Egypt and Babylonia, and has become the common language of all fields of natural science. In the Department of Mathematics, a curriculum consisting mainly of lectures, exercises, and seminars allows students to learn the various theories of modern mathematics from the ground up.
Getting to grips with mathematics — a millennia-old discipline.
Cultivate individuals with a grounding in the historical discipline of mathematics and a broad academic base, so they are capable of succeeding in various fields.
- Those who are curious and inquisitive about mathematics
- Those who are able to contemplate logically and tenaciously
- Those who are motivated to utilize their mathematical abilities to contribute to society
- Fundamental knowledge of modern mathematics' broad areas (algebra, geometry, analysis)
- The ability to read and comprehend advanced technical texts