Applied Mathematics전공 홈페이지
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 Room 214, Natural Science Bldg.
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 Introduction

The Applied Mathematics major trains students in the branches of basic mathematics (analysis, algebra, topology, and geometry) and offers courses in applied mathematics. In analysis, students study calculus, multivariable functions, and vector analysis. There are also courses on linear algebra, differential equations, and complex analysis. Students learn algebra, number theory, topology, and differential geometry. There are several statistics courses (basic statistics, mathematical statistics, and actuarial mathematics), with numerical analysis being a practical option. Through sources on financial mathematics, probability theory, and industrial mathematics, students can experience the power of mathematics in addressing modernday problems. Firstyear students are required to learn a programming language, after which they learn mathematical theory, which is used widely in computer engineering, through courses on graph theory, discrete mathematics, and probability theory. After graduation, students pursue advanced mathematics at the graduate level or earn a graduate degree in education to become a middle/high school teacher. Graduates are also hired by financial institutions (banks, securities firms, and insurance companies) or corporations for data processing, work as programmers at a computerrelated venture firm, or join a polling agency.
 Educational Goals

 To develop human resources capable of mathematical thinking and deductive reasoning, which are the foundation of modern science and technology.
 Shape professionals who can build mathematical models and analyze phenomena in industry and society.
 Build practical talents who will lead the trend of the 4th industrial revolution with data analysis and programming skills.
 Enabling responsible and challenging global citizens