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Mathematics is the language for all sciences. It has thousands of years of history, but the modern mathematics has been developed very rapidly and profoundly. Not only basic sciences but also social sciences, liberal arts, engineering, politics and economics all employ mathematical principles and techniques. This kind of trend is all the more so in modern sciences and engineering, and mathematics has expanded and branched out to meet the needs.

In particular, much progress has been made recently in applied mathematics in conjunction with the development in engineering, computational mathematics, and computer science.

The curriculum in the Department of Mathematics prepares students to understand the basic and important

theories in pure mathematics such as algebra, analysis, geometry and topology; applied mathematics such as nonlinear analysis, applied statistics, fluid mechanics; and computational mathematics such as numerical

analysis, combinatorics, coding theory, and cryptography. Upon completing the curriculum, students will possess basic knowledge of mathematics, experience and confidence well enough to continue their graduate studies in mathematics or to join in any other areas of science and engineering.

Since the year of 2018, the new curriculum has greatly emphasized the students’ self driven learning that cultivates students’ creativity and habit of thinking outside the box, so that the students would grow to creative and independent Mathematicians. Students may build their own study plans with the assistance from an academic adviser.

Required major courses are consisted of five courses; MATH203, common requirement; two courses among four basic-level major courses (MATH200, MATH210, MATH230, and MATH261) and two of four intermediate-level courses (MATH301, MATH311, MATH321 and MATH351). Students are advised to take all the courses listed above as electives to broaden the scope of future research.

A minimum of 125 credits must be earned to meet the graduation requirements; 13 credits of HASS requirements, 18 credits of HASS electives, 25 credits of basic requirements, 5 credits of basic electives, 15 credits of major requirements, 33 credits of major electives including 18 credits from the courses offered by theMathematics department, and 16 credits of free electives.

In addition, Independent Study course is offered to help students learn the subjects that are not offered on a regular basis. Through this course, students may carry out research on their own or in a small group under the supervision of a professor.

In order to envision their future after their undergraduate math major, take a look at the examples where mathematics is applied in various ways to science and industry in the 21st century, along with what the study of mathematics is. And for this purpose, I introduce the curriculum of mathematics department and student participation program.

Calculus of univariate function, limit and continuity, convergence of water heat and water supply, primary differential equation, internal and external of space vector

Calculation of multivariate function, shipment and area fraction, green theorem, stokes theorem

Water supply, convergent judgment, Taylor theorem, partiality, green theorem, Stokes theorem.

Have experience in basic mathematics research under the guidance of a professor. It conducts research led by students and trains them to express their results through a seminar presentation.

High-order differential equation, water supply, Laplace transformation, constriction, coalition differential equation

An Overview on the Study of Mathematics in Bachelor's Degree or Higher, Introduction of World Mathematical Research and Achievement.

To understand the structure and nature of infinite sets, and the compact set in distance space, as a basic theory of abstract sets: Countable Set, Uncountable Set, Well Ordered Set, Axiom of Choice, Cardinal Number, Ordinal Number, Metric Space, Compact Set.

Coarse linear equations, matrices and Gaussian erasing methods, retrograde rows, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, vertical quartz, minimum magnetism, eigenvector, diagonalization, and symbol

analytical function, Cauchy-Riemann equation, complex integral, Taylor, Laurent feedwater, flow and pole, Cauchy theorem, isometric thought.

Basic concepts of probability, expectations, probability distribution, parameter estimation, hypothesis test, correlation, variance analysis. This subject is for engineering and science, and many examples are covered with minimal theory.

Emphasis on basic knowledge and application of statistics to be held by experimental researchers as equivalent subject to MATH230

group and relation, algorism and analysis, regression relation, graph theory, Bolean algebra, logic circuit, language and grammar, design and construction of finite situation machine, turning machine.

Gun theory, hwan theory, yongual, maximal yongal, polynomial hwan, basic theorem of family, chelon, galois theory.

Refinement of integers, minority and their distribution, joint food and surplus, aerosol surplus, primordial root, square surplus, annual fraction

real and complex water meter, assembly theory, distance space, water heat and water supply, Riemann-Stieltjes integral, uniform convergence, uniform continuous, power feedwater, Fourier feedwater, inverse function and negative function theorem, Lebesgue measure.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 311 parabolic, hyperbolic, elliptical equation, Dirichlet and Neumann boundary problem, supreme principle, positional theory, separation solution, Fourier power water method, Hilbert space method.

Collective and logic, general phase space, continuous function, distance space, connectivity, compact space, separation and additional space, clearance of glass zone, ticonov theorem.

Collective and logic, general phase space, continuous function, distance space, connectivity, compact space, separation and additional space, clearance of glass zone, ticonov theorem.

An introductory partial differential equation required for engineering and physics, vector calculus, parameter separation method, Fourier water and integration, numerical method overview, tensor methods related to hydrodynamics and electromagnetic fields, and a complex parameter method applied to engineering problems.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 203 Numerical solution of the equation of a coalition, numerical solution of nonlinear equation, numerical solution of approximations, differentials and integrals using interpolation and polynomial equation, problem of initial value of upper part, stability.

CSED 232 Reference

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 301 Hwan and family, finite generation family, decomposition of finite generation family, linear transformation and matrix, Jordan standard, characteristic polynomial.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 302 Affine space and algebraic set, Hilbert's arrangement of the inflection point, Affine and private algebraic manifold, algebraic, Riemann-Roch theorem.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 203, 301 Military expression, military characters, properties of characters, character table, Induced refinement, Mackie's Theatre, Transitive groups, Induced sectors of some applications like Bellows.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 210 It covers the Harmonic Function associated with Schwarz Lemma, Conformal mapping, Rouch's Theatre, Hurwitz's Theatre, topological property of H(G), Poisson Integral Formula.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 311 Power feedwater sea, Bessel function, plane dynamometer, Poincar-Bendixon theorem, Liapunov method, presence and monotony theorem, great, Sturm-Liuville meter, unique function deployment.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 311 To study a number of unusual properties and application methods, including the origin, convergence, of the Fourier series, which is used as an important tool in the engineering field of hydrodynamics, physics, and electronics as well as the theory of analysis and partial differential equations. And we learn about the different properties and applications of Fourier transformations in one-dimensional real-world space, and if we have time, we learn about the basic properties of Fourier transformations in the nth Euclidean space.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 321 Triangulation, Classification of surfaces, maps and graphs, Fundamental Groups

differential formulation, frenet formula, covariant vector, conjunctive type, structural equation, second basic form, curvature, geodetic line, parallel movement of vector field, Gauss-Bonnet theorem.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 203, MATH 301, MATH 321 Euclidean geometry, equidistant thought group, square plane, quartz geometry, quartz geometry, dipole geometry, poincare model, local scale

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 230 Order statistics, maximal Likelihood Estimator, Pitman estimates, sufficient statistics, parameter confidence intervals, Cramer-Rao limits, Fisher's information sequence, limits of variance of estimates.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 230 Probability variables, distribution functions, integration parameters, properties of probability variables, extreme theorem, conditional mean values, combination equations.

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 230 The basic theory of insurance is learned and the risk factors are analyzed using probability and statistical fundamentals and applied to the design and analysis of insurance. Learn risk analysis through regression, creation and analysis of life tables, time series analysis of value changes, and introduce risk distribution methods based on probability models. (Topics : Actuarial models, Principles in stochastic modelling, Premium rates & losses, Life table analysis, Regression models, Time series analysis, Simulation)

Competitors' Recommendation Subject: MATH 230 The phase in which existing problems in the natural world are transformed into mathematical models, in which the year of the modified model is sought as a mathematical way of thinking, the Population Dynamics model, the epidemic diffusion model.

Elastic mechanics, hydrodynamics, Cauchy stress Tensor, Pressure Momentum, Force, Turbulence, Hyperelasticity, Eulerian and Lagrangeian Coordinates, Vorticity.

understand the basic assumptions and principles of the governing equation of global fluid movement (ocean, atmosphere), and understand the principle of global circulation through mathematical harm of the governing equation

Coordinate transformation, contravariant/covariant sensor, metric tensor, Ricci tensor, subclimate application, geodesic, fundamental force, application of analytical mechanics, Newtonian law, and application of continuum mechanics.

To examine the error-government theory from a mathematical point of view, and to learn the mathematical knowledge required for it. Introductory Concepts, Linear codes, Hamming codes and Golay codes, Finite fields, Cyclic codes, BCH codes, Weight Distributions, The MacWilliams equation, Designs, The Assumus-Mattson theorem, Some codes are unique

Explore cryptography from a mathematical point of view, and learn the mathematical knowledge required for it. Classic Cryptosystems, Basic Number Theatre, The Data Encryption Standard (DES), The RSA algorithm, Discrete Logarithms and ElGamal Cryptosystem, Digital Signatures, and Intelligent Cryptography System.

Recommended subject: MATH 351 Numerical analysis of polynomial equation, orthogonal polynomial and minimum self-assessment method, indirect solution of coalition formula, eigenvalue and unique vector, problem of boundary of differential equation, mitralization of mitralis.

Generating Functions, Recurrence Relations, Polya enunerations, Covering circuits, Colorings

a recommendation subject for athletes Graphs and trees, cycles, Euler tours, Hamilton Cycles, Ramsey, Turan, Schur and Kuratowski, Networks.

Competitors' Recommendation Course: IMEN 203 The purpose of the Chapter is to learn the theories of fixed-income securities (cash flow, interest rate structure), modern portfolio theory (CAPM, APT), and derivatives (forward, futures, swap, and option) and to practice and apply them through MATLAB. In particular, by approaching the above financial models mathematically and engineering, they are differentiated from traditional financial management, which are covered by the departments of business administration and economics.

Bole algebra, monolingual language, inductive function, Zermello-Francel assembly theory, ordinal and alignment, selectivity, incomplete theorem.

According to the guidance of the professor in charge, by selecting appropriate tasks among the various fields of mathematics, the students themselves study and publish them, the knowledge of mathematics learned in regular subjects is deeply reinforced. You can repeat it.

Choosing the proper task among the various fields of mathematics, the professor and the students in charge combine lectures and experiments. You can repeat it.

A minimum of 35 credits in total must be completed, including major requirements (3 credits),

major electives requirements (12 credits), major electives offered by the Mathematics

deparment (12 credits)

A minimum of 21 credits must be completed, including major requirements (3 credits),

major electives requirements (12 credits) and major electives ( 6 credits)

(However, these credits may only count towards either major or minor requirements)

Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

Writing (2) : [ Writing ] Foreign Language Category (4) : [Learning related to English certification] Physical education (2) : [ Physical Education (1); Selection Day (1) of other physical education subjects] Integrated HASS (6): [Unified Understanding of Humanities and Arts, Science and Society]

Culture Selection(15)HASS liberal arts/social sciences/artistic selection: 15 credits or more liberal arts subject (second foreign language, advanced composition, etc.) of liberal arts subject: free choice, within credits.

Basic Essential(27)Calculus (3), Calculus Practice (1), Applied Linear Coefficients (3), General Physics I. General Physics I(H).Top-il (3) of General Physics Theory I, General Physics II(H).General Physics Experiment.II(2), General Physics (H), General Chemistry (H), General Chemistry (H), General Bioscience (H).Programming General Life Insurance (H)

Major Essential(33)※ _____ STC t's a subject. a differential equation(3), Applied copy function theory(3), Probability and statistics(3), Discrete mathematics(3), Modern algebraI, II(6), Analytical studies I, II(6), Numerical analysis theory(3), General Gastronomy(3), Theory of bottom-up theory(3) ※ Submit your Bachelor's Degree thesis or pass your math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(21)STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Practical culture required (2units) : University Life and Future Design(2) Choice of Practical Cultivation (5units) : Select from the whole family 5units

STC Curriculum relatedCompletion criteria: minimum of 1 subject in science5 Mathematics and science are all required to major, and science is recognized as an open field of science.

Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

Writing (2) : [ Writing ] Foreign Language Category (4) : [Learning related to English certification] Physical education (2) : [ Physical Education (1); Selection Day (1) of other physical education subjects] Integrated HASS (6): [Unified Understanding of Humanities and Arts, Science and Society]

Culture Selection(15)HASS liberal arts/social sciences/artistic selection: 15 credits or more liberal arts subject (second foreign language, advanced composition, etc.) of liberal arts subject: free choice, within credits.

Basic Essential(27)Calculus (3), Calculus Practice (1), Applied Linear Coefficients (3), General Physics I. General Physics I(H).Top-il (3) of General Physics Theory I, General Physics II(H).General Physics Experiment.II(2), General Physics (H), General Chemistry (H), General Chemistry (H), General Bioscience (H).Programming General Life Insurance (H)

Major Essential(33)※ _____ STC t's a subject. a differential equation(3), Applied copy function theory(3), Probability and statistics(3), Discrete mathematics(3), Modern algebraI, II(6), Analytical studies I, II(6), Numerical analysis theory(3), General Gastronomy(3), Theory of bottom-up theory(3) ※ Submit your Bachelor's Degree thesis or pass your math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(21)STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Practical culture required (2units) : University Life and Future Design(2) Choice of Practical Cultivation (5units) : Select from the whole family 5units

STC Curriculum relatedCompletion criteria: minimum of 1 subject in science5 Mathematics and science are all required to major, and science is recognized as an open field of science.

Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

Writing (2) : [ Writing ] Foreign Language Category (4) : [Learning related to English certification] Physical education (2) : [ Physical Education (1); Selection Day (1) of other physical education subjects] Integrated HASS (6): [Unified Understanding of Humanities and Arts, Science and Society]

Culture Selection(15)HASS liberal arts/social sciences/artistic selection: 15 credits or more liberal arts subject (second foreign language, advanced composition, etc.) of liberal arts subject: free choice, within credits.

Basic Essential(27)Calculus (3), Calculus Practice (1), Applied Linear Coefficients (3), General Physics I. General Physics I(H).Top-il (3) of General Physics Theory I, General Physics II(H).General Physics Experiment.II(2), General Physics (H), General Chemistry (H), General Chemistry (H), General Bioscience (H).Programming General Life Insurance (H)

Major Essential(33)※ _____ STC t's a subject. a differential equation(3), Applied copy function theory(3), Probability and statistics(3), Discrete mathematics(3), Modern algebraI, II(6), Analytical studies I, II(6), Numerical analysis theory(3), General Gastronomy(3), Theory of bottom-up theory(3) ※ Submit your Bachelor's Degree thesis or pass your math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(21)STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Practical culture required (2units) : University Life and Future Design(2) Choice of Practical Cultivation (5units) : Select from the whole family 5units

STC Curriculum relatedCompletion criteria: minimum of 1 subject in science5 Mathematics and science are all required to major, and science is recognized as an open field of science.

Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 14 | 15 | 27 | 33 | 21 | 24 | 134 |

STC You must take at least 1 subject out of science.

English certification course Practical liberal arts course(7 units)Sortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 15 | 14 | 27 | 33 | 18 | 23 | 130 |

Writing (3) : [ Writing ] Humanities: (3) [Practical logic, appreciation and understanding of literature, issues of 20th century history, and selection among scientific history ] Social discipline (3) : [Select among the world of psychology, economics, media and modern society, and law ] Foreign Language Category (4) : English-related subjects Physical education (2) : [ Physical Education (1); Selection Day (1) of other physical education subjects]

Culture selection(14)Foreign Language Category: 3 credits [second foreign language courses, excluding English subjects] Humanities, Social Discipline, and General Cultivation : Select 11 credits freely

Basic Essential(27)calculus (4), applied linear algebra (3), General PhysicsI․General PhysicsI(H)․One of the general physics theories(3), General PhysicsII․General PhysicsII(H)․General Physics TheoryII Choose one(3), General Physics ExperimentI․II(2), General chemistry or general chemistry(H) Choose one(4), General Chemical Experiment(2), General life sciences or general life sciences(H) Choose one(3), Electronic calculation entry(3)

Major Essential(33)Differential equation (3), probability and statistics (3), discrete mathematics (3), modern algebra (3), applied number function theory (3), analytic theory I(3), numerical theory (3), branch theory (3), modern algebra II(3), analytical theory II(3) and general topological constancy (3). ※ Submit your Bachelor's Degree thesis or pass your math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(18) English certification courseSortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 15 | 14 | 27 | 33 | 18 | 23 | 130 |

Writing (3) : [ Writing ] Humanities: (3) [Practical logic, appreciation and understanding of literature, issues of 20th century history, and selection among scientific history ] Social discipline (3) : [Select among the world of psychology, economics, media and modern society, and law ] Foreign Language Category (4) : English-related subjects Physical education (2) : [ Physical Education (1); Selection Day (1) of other physical education subjects]

Culture selection(14)Foreign Language Category: 3 credits [second foreign language courses, excluding English subjects] Humanities, Social Discipline, and General Cultivation : Select 11 credits freely

Basic Essential(27)calculus (4), applied linear algebra (3), General PhysicsI․General PhysicsI(H)․One of the general physics theories(3), General PhysicsII․General PhysicsII(H)․General Physics TheoryII Choose one(3), General Physics ExperimentI․II(2), General chemistry or general chemistry(H) Choose one(4), General Chemical Experiment(2), General life sciences or general life sciences(H) Choose one(3), Electronic calculation entry(3)

Major Essential(33)Differential equation (3), probability and statistics (3), discrete mathematics (3), modern algebra (3), applied number function theory (3), analytic theory I(3), numerical theory (3), branch theory (3), modern algebra II(3), analytical theory II(3) and general topological constancy (3). ※ Submit your Bachelor's Degree thesis or pass your math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(18) English certification courseSortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 15 | 14 | 26 | 24 | 18 | 23 | 120 |

Writing (3) : [ Writing ] Humanities: (3) [Practical logic, appreciation and understanding of literature, issues of 20th century history, and selection among scientific history ] Social discipline (3) : [Select among the world of psychology, economics, media and modern society, and law ] Foreign Language Category (4) : English-related subjects Physical education (2)

Culture selection(14)Foreign Language Category: 3 credits [second foreign language courses, excluding English subjects] Humanities, Social Discipline, and General Cultivation : Select 11 credits freely

Basic Essential(26)Mathematics I, II (6), General Physics I, General Physics I(H).Top-il (3), General Physics II.General Physics II(H).Top-il (3), General Physics Experiment I.II (2), General Chemistry or General Chemistry (H) (4), General Bioscience or Bioscience (3H).

Major Essential(24)Probability and statistics (3), discrete mathematics (3), applied linear algebra (3), modern algebra I (3), complex function theory (3), analytic I(3) and mathematical theory (3), and sub-quarter theory (3). ※ Bachelor's degree thesis submitted or passed the math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(18) English certification courseSortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 15 | 14 | 26 | 24 | 18 | 23 | 120 |

Writing (3) : [ Writing ] Humanities: (3) [Practical logic, appreciation and understanding of literature, issues of 20th century history, and selection among scientific history ] Social discipline (3) : [Select among the world of psychology, economics, media and modern society, and law ] Foreign Language Category (4) : English-related subjects Physical education (2)

Culture selection(14)Mathematics I, II (6), General Physics I, General Physics I(H).Top-il (3), General Physics II.General Physics II(H).Top-il (3), General Physics Experiment I.II (2), General Chemistry or General Chemistry (H) (4), General Bioscience or Bioscience (3H).

Major Essential(24)Probability and statistics (3), discrete mathematics (3), applied linear algebra (3), modern algebra I (3), complex function theory (3), analytic I(3) and mathematical theory (3), and sub-quarter theory (3). ※ Bachelor's degree thesis submitted or passed the math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(18) English certification courseSortation | Cultural Necessity | Culture Selection | Basic Essential | Major Essential | Select Major | Free Selection | Graduation Grade |

Base Grade | 15 | 14 | 26 | 24 | 18 | 23 | 120 |

Writing (3) : [ Writing ] Humanities: (3) [Practical logic, appreciation and understanding of literature, issues of 20th century history, and selection among scientific history ] Social discipline (3) : [Select among the world of psychology, economics, media and modern society, and law ] Foreign Language Category (4) : English-related subjects Physical education (2)

Culture selection(14)Mathematics I, II (6), General Physics I, General Physics I(H).Top-il (3), General Physics II.General Physics II(H).Top-il (3), General Physics Experiment I.II (2), General Chemistry or General Chemistry (H) (4), General Bioscience or Bioscience (3H).

Major Essential(24)Probability and statistics (3), discrete mathematics (3), applied linear algebra (3), modern algebra I (3), complex function theory (3), analytic I(3) and mathematical theory (3), and sub-quarter theory (3). ※ Bachelor's degree thesis submitted or passed the math and graduation exam (including multiple majors)

Select a major(18) English certification courseAcademic advisors for undergraduate students has been randomly assigned by the department. To reflect the discussions and feedbacks from students, starting from the second semester of 2017, the academic advisors for the first and second year undergraduate students will be assigned by the department, and the students may choose their academic advisor in the third year of university.

ESTA (Excellent Student Teaching Assistant) is a program that aims to provide upper-level students the opportunity to obtain teaching experience and educational knowledge for the courses offered each semester. At the same time, the undergraduate TAs can be a role model for freshmen and sophomores. The participating TA students will receive financial aid on a monthly basis from the department.

Undergraduate students who have passed the entrance examination for the graduate program in the Department of Mathematics will have an opportunity to apply for the QE before the enrollment. QE is normally offered to students currently enrolled in the graduate school program. The policy is designed to reduce the burden of QE after the enrollment so that the students can concentrate on taking courses only.

There are two exam courses (Algebra, Analysis)

From 2014, the Department of Mathematics provides financial assistance for short-term exchange programs for each partner universities and students. The amount of financial aid is determined based on the academic achievements of students after completing the program and their financial status.

From the spring semester of 2014, Department of Mathematics created “Research Program for undergraduate students at the Department of Mathematics” to provide financial aid for undergraduate students to have an opportunity to discover their own ideas for research and to gain experience of being a research leader in their field of study. This program is available up to two times during the students’ undergraduate studies, and students who have participated in this program twice are recommended to submit an “undergraduate thesis paper” instead of taking the examination for graduation.

From 2005, the undergraduate committee selects students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement (all courses including mathematics) for each semester. The award is presented to the students at a dinner party held every spring by the Department of Mathematics.

In order to encourage study and participation, Department of Mathematics provides partial financial assistance (registration, transportation, food) for undergraduate students participating in a national mathematics competition held every fall by the Korean Mathematical Society and Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS). Many of the previous participants have won various awards, including the first place award, at the competition. The Department also gives an award for the achievement.

Undergraduate thesis paper/comprehensive examination for graduation: students enrolled or double-majored at the Department of Mathematics must submit an undergraduate thesis paper in order to obtain a bachelor’ degree. However, the thesis may be replaced by the comprehensive examinations for graduation.

**Bachelor’s Thesis**

For a student who wants to write an undergraduate thesis paper, he/she must submit the Undergraduate Thesis Review Request to the Department of Mathematics after consultation with the academic advisor. Then the student must write the thesis under the guidance of the academic advisor and submit the result of the thesis review to the Department of Mathematics followed by the deliberation of the thesis review committee.

**Comprehensive Examination for Graduation**

The comprehensive examination takes place once every semester (May and November) to verify students’ basic knowledge of mathematics including those gained from basic and major required courses. Any student who wishes to take the exam must submit the application for the comprehensive examination by the specified period.

The student who wants to take the exam must register for a common course (MATH110: Calculus) and 4 out of 8 elective courses. (However, if the student is absent without notice after the exam registration, he/she will not be allowed to take the exam in the next semester.)

**Common Course**- MATH110 Calculus

**Elective Subjects (7 Subjects)**- MATH120 Applied linear algebra
- MATH210 Applied copy function theory
- MATH230 Probability and statistics
- MATH261 Discrete mathematics
- MATH301 Modern algebra I
- MATH311 Analytical studies I
- MATH351 Numerical analysis theory

The Comprehensive Examination is to verify whether the students have fully learned the basic knowledge of mathematics including basic and major required courses during their 4 years of college. The exam is one of the graduation requirements.

The exam covers the basic required course (MATH110: Calculus) and 4 out of 8 major required courses. The exam is given once each semester and the student must register for the exam at the beginning of each semester if he/she wants to take the exam. The followings are the main topics of each course for the examination