The Undergraduate Program
We provide students with rigorous mental discipline by offering a wide variety of courses at many different levels. Our programs prepare students for graduate studies as well as various professional careers related to mathematics. The honors program is designed for students who expect to pursue graduate studies with strong commitments to mathematics.
The Undergraduate Curriculum
In the first two years, students study many subjects such as foreign languages, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. As for mathematics, they learn the following basic topics:
- Calculus of one and several variables
- Linear algebra
- Complex function theory
- Set theory and general topology
After studying foundations of algebra, geometry and analysis during the third year, a senior student proceeds to an intensive study of a very specialized topic in a seminar.
We have a series of courses named "experimental mathematics" in which mathematical objects such as figures and equations can be visualized by a computer. We also have many exercise courses for better understanding of mathematics. A very active second or third year student can take honors seminars.