• The pedagogical objective of the various degree programs of the Department of Applied Mathematics is to develop student logic using mathematical models and quantitative techniques that can be applied to solve problems encountered in the physical, engineering, biological and behavioral sciences.
  • As an Applied Mathematics major, you will be trained in classical mathematics, in addition to being exposed to ideas on the cutting edge of current mathematical applications found in a diversity of fields.
  • Your training will include the use of the latest technological tools, and you will have access to the department's computer labs, equipped with PCs, workstations and the latest mathematical software.
  • A degree in Applied Mathematics provides an excellent base on which to build a career in virtually any high technology field, and provides a particularly strong foundation for advanced study in science, engineering and finance.
  • The department also encourages its undergraduate students to pursue a secondary degree (minor degree) from other departments based on their interests.


Course duration
  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 4 years full-time
  • Master's Degree Program: 2 years full-time
Total Credits
  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 128 Credits
    • Required Courses: 82 Credits
    • Elective Courses: 46 Credits
  • Master's Degree Program: 29 Credits
    • Required Courses: 5 Credits (Excluding Master Thesis)
    • Elective Courses: 24 Credits
Start month
Spring Semester: February
Fall Semester: August
FCU College of Sciences
Course contact
Telephone:+886-4-24517250 ext.5101
Virtually and high technology field,
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