The program consists of 31 units for course work, seminar and the conduct and presentation of a research thesis, and is broken down as follows: 15 units core courses (mathematics or related courses, must have representative courses in algebra, analysis and geometry), 9 units cognate courses, 1 unit graduate seminar and 6 units thesis. |

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This curricular program is an improved version of the BS Education program as far as science and mathematics teaching is concerned. Having 27 to 39 units of major courses (all content courses) and 3 minor areas that carry 12 to 24 units each, the BS MST program is designed to yield versatile teachers who can teach with proficiency all high school mathematics and science course.
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152
• All students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP; 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation. |

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The degree program allows the students to choose a specialization in the following fields: (1) Instrumentation Physics and (2) Computer Hardware Physics. The training of a student who chooses any of these specialization fields is further enhanced by joining any of the following research laboratories of the IMSP-Physics Division, namely: (a) Computer Hardware and Instrumentation Physics (CHIP), (b) Materials Physics (MATPHY), and (c) Computational Physics (COMP).
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS: 150
***For Computer Hardware, CMSC 130 (2 units credit) is taken; for others, a 3 unit specialization course is taken ****This specialization is for Computer Hardware only. APHY 130.1 (1 unit credit) is taken
AMAT 150. Computer Programming (3 units) APHY 103. Electronic Circuits for Scientific Applications (3 units) APHY 104. Digital Computer Electronics (3 units) APHY 105. Microprocessor-based Instrumentation (3 units) APHY 130.1. Logic Design Laboratory (1 unit) APHY 131. Microcomputer Architecture (3 units) APHY 132. Assembly Language Programming for Instrumentation (3 units) APHY 140. Introductory Environmental Physics (3 units) CHEM 40. Basic Organic Chemistry (3 units) CHEM 102. Elementary Physical Chemistry (3 units) CMSC 21. Fund amentals of Programming (3 units) CMSC 22. Object-Oriented Programming (3 units) CMSC 56. Discete Mathematical Structures in Computer Science I (3 units) CMSC 57. Discrete Mathematical Structures in Computer Science II (3 units) CMSC 165. Digital Image Processing (3 units) ENSC 26. Computer Applications in Engineering (3 units) ENSC10a. Engineering Graphics (3 units) PHYS 112. Mathematical Physics II (3 units) PHYS 170. Solid State Physics (3 units) SOIL 130. Soil Physics (3 units) STAT 101. Statistical Methods (3 units)
• All students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP; 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation. |

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The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program is a four-year curriculum designed for students who wish to study mathematics as a science. The curriculum aims to equip students with broad knowledge and training in pure mathematics and prepare them for research and teaching mathematics at the college and high school level.
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 145
• All students are required to undergo the National Service Training Program (NSTP; 6 units) for one year as a requirement for graduation. |

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