MS Mathematics

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.

Graduate courses:

AMAT 266. Deterministic Mathematical Decision Models (3). Linear models; inventory modes; integer programming and combinatorial models; elementary dynamic programming models; introduction to nonlinear programming. 3 hrs (class). PR. AMAT 160 or COI. (1)

AMAT 267. Probabilistic Mathematical Decision Models (3). Basic concepts and application of probabilistic mathematical decision models such as queuing, inventory, dynamic programming and simulation models. 3 hrs (class). PR. AMAT 160 or COI. (2)

MATH 211. Abstract Algebra (3). Binary operations, algebraic systems such as semi groups, rings integral domains, field, extensions. 3 hrs (class). PR MATH 111. (1)

MATH 213. Theory of Matrices (3). Operations on matrices; canonical forms, determinants; characteristic equations; eigen values. 3 hrs (class). PR MATH 120. (1)

MATH 222. Finite Geometries (3). The finite plane, projective plane, affine plane, hyperbolic plane; Galois geometries; combinatorial applications of finite geometries; finite inverse geometry and block design. 3 hrs (class). PR MATH 211. (2)

MATH 225. Topology (3). Topological spaces; bases and subbases; continuity; metric spaces; separation axioms; compactness; product spaces; connectedness. 3 hrs(class). PR. MATH 101 or its equivalent. (2)

MATH 230. Real Analysis (3). The real number system; Lebesque measures; Reimann and Lebesque integrals; differentiation and integration. 3 hrs(class). PR. MATH 155 (1)

MATH 231. Functions of a Complex Variable (3). Complex differentiation and integration; analytic continuation; residue theorem; conformal mapping; and some special functions. 3 hrs (class). PR. MATH 155 (2)

MATH 291. Special Topics (1-3). May be taken twice provided that total number of units to be credited to the student’s program will not exceed 4 units. May be taken twice. PR. COI.

MATH 299. Graduate Seminar (1). May be taken twice. (2)

MATH 300. Master’s Thesis (6). (1, 2, S)


 

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 10:17

BS Mathematics and Science Teaching

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.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE TEACHING *
(First two years common to all areas)

1st YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
BIO 1
General Biology I
3 BIO 3
Biodiversity 5
CHEM 16
General Chemistry I
5
CHEM 17
General Chemistry II
5
GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3 GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 11 College Algebra
3
MATH 14
Plane Trigonometry
3
PE 1
Foundations of Physical Fitness (2)
PE 2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
TOTAL
17
TOTAL
19
2nd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 150 Computer Programming
3 BIO 30
Genetics
3
BIO 70
Earth's Processes and Biological Systems
3 EDUC 44
Evaluation of Learning Outcomes
3
CHEM 40 Basic Organic Chemistry
4 EDUC 102
Theories and Principles of Education
3
EDUC 11
Educational Psychology
3 GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3
GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 18 College Geometry
3 MATH 26 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
3
PE2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
PE 2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
TOTAL
19
TOTAL
18

Major: Biology

3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
BIO 150 Principles of Ecology
3 BIO 102
Cytology
3
CHEM 160 Introductory Biochemistry
3 BIO 180
Biological Microtechnique
3
EDUC 122
Principles and Methods of Teaching 3 BOT 3
Intermediate Botany
3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MCB 1
General Microbiology
3
MST 40/ DEVC 40 Fundamentals of Educational Communication and Technology
3 MST 123
The Teaching of Mathematics and Science
3
PHYS 3
General Physics I
3
PHYS 13
General Physics II
3
ZOO 3
Intermediate Zoology
3
STAT 1
Elementary Statistics
3
TOTAL
21 TOTAL
21
4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
APHY 101
Physics in Scientific Instruments
3 GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 190
Special Problem
3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 200a
Student Teaching
3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
PHYS 23
Optics and Modern Physics
3 MST 199
Undergraduate Seminar
1
PI 100
The Life and Works of Jose Rizal
3
MST 200b
Student Teaching
3
3
Biology Elective
3
TOTAL
18 TOTAL
19

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152

Major: Chemistry

3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
BIO 150 Principles of Ecology
3 CHEM 32
Quantitative Inorganic Analysis
5
CHEM 160 Introductory Biochemistry
3 CHEM 102
Elementary Physical Chemistry
3
EDUC 122
Principles and Methods of Teaching 3 CHEM 192 Chemical Literature
1
GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 27
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
3 MST 123
The Teaching of Mathematics and Science
3
MST 40/ DEVC 40 Fundamentals of Educational Communication and Technology 3
PHYS 13
General Physics II
3
PHYS 3 General Physics I 3
PI 100
The Life and Works of Jose Rizal
3
TOTAL
21 TOTAL
21

4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
APHY 101
Physics in Scientific Instruments
3 GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 190
Special Problem
3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 200a
Student Teaching
3 CHEM 171
Industrial Chemistry
3
PHYS 23
Optics and Modern Physics
3 MST 199
Undergraduate Seminar
1
STAT 1
Elementary Statistics
3
MST 200b
Student Teaching
3
3
CHEM 180
General Environmental Chemistry
3
TOTAL
18 TOTAL
19

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152

Major: Mathematics

3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
BIO 150 Principles of Ecology
3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
EDUC 122 Principles and Methods of Teaching 3 MATH 28
Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
3
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 MATH 101
Logic and Set Theory
3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MST 123 The Teaching of Mathematics and Science
3
MATH 27
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
3 PHYS 13 General Physics II 3
MST 40/ DEVC 40 Fundamentals of Educational Communication and Technology 3
PI 100 The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3
PHYS 3 General Physics I 3
STAT 1
Elementary Statistics
3
TOTAL
21 TOTAL
21
4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
APHY 101
Physics in Scientific Instruments
3 GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 190
Special Problem
3 MATH 192
Foundations of Mathematics
3
MST 200a
Student Teaching
3 MST 199 Undergraduate Seminar 1
MATH 103
Elementary Theory of Numbers
3 MST 200b Student Teaching 3
PHYS 23 Optics and Modern Physics 3
MATH Electrive
3
3
MATH Elective
3
TOTAL
18 TOTAL
19

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 152

Major: Physics

3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
BIO 150 Principles of Ecology
3 GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3
EDUC 122 Principles and Methods of Teaching 3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MATH 28 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3
MATH 27 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
3 MST 123 The Teaching of Mathematics and Science
3
MST 40/ DEVC 40 Fundamentals of Educational Communication and Technology 3 PHYS 82 Elementary Physics II 5
PHYS 81 Elementary Physics I 5
STAT 1 Elementary Statistics 3
TOTAL
20 TOTAL
20
4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
APHY 101
Physics in Scientific Instruments
3 APHY 103
Electronic Circuits for Scientific Application
3
APHY 102
Physics of Electronic Devices
3 APHY 104
Digital Computer Electronics
3
GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 190 Special Problem 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MST 200a Student Teaching 3 MST 199 Undergraduate Seminar 1
PHYS 83 Elementary Physics III
5
MST 200b
Student Teaching 3
PI 100
The Life and Works of Jose Rizal
3
TOTAL
20 TOTAL
19

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.



 

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 10:03

BS Applied Physics

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).

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED PHYSICS *

 

1st YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 CMSC 11 Intro. to Computer Science 3
MATH 17 Algebra and Trigonometry 5 ENG 2 College Writing in ENglish 3
PE 1 Foundations of Physical Fitness (2) MATH 36 Mathematical Analysis I 5
PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2)
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 20
2nd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 37 Mathematical Analysis II 5 CHEM 15 Fundamentals of Chemistry 3
PHYS 81 Fundamental Physics I 5 MATH 38 Mathematical Analysis III 3
STAT 1 Elementary Statistics 3 PHYS 82 Fundamental Physics II 5
PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2) PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2)
TOTAL 19 TOTAL 17
3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
APHY 101 Physics in Scientific Instruments 3 ENG 10 Writing of Scientific Papers 3
APHY 102 Physics of Electronic Devices 3 PHYS 121 Theoretical Mechanics I 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 PHYS 131 Electromagnetic Theory I 3
PHYS 83 Fundamental Physics III 5 PHYS 192 Experimental Physics 3
PHYS 111 Mathematical Physics I 3 SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3
PI 100 Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3 SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3
TOTAL 20 TOTAL 18

Summer
APHY 198. Practicum 3

4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
APHY 200 Undergraduate Thesis 3 APHY 191 Special Topics 3
PHYS 115 Computational Physics 3 APHY 199 Undergraduate Seminar 1
PHYS 151 Statistical and Thermal Physics 3 APHY 200 Undergraduate Thesis 3
PHYS 160 Structure of Matter 3 SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3
SPECIALIZATION COURSE*** 2-3 SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3
SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3 SPECIALIZATION COURSE** 3
SPECIALIZATION COURSE**** 1
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 16

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS: 150

 

**SPECIALIZATION COURSES (Required and Elective Courses, 21 units):

***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

Required Specialization Courses (9 units):

Computer Hardware
      APHY 130.1. Logic Design Laboratory (1 unit) ****
      CMSC 130. Logic Design and Digital Computer Circuits (2 units) ***
      APHY 131. Microcomputer Architecture (3 units)
      APHY 132. Assembly Language Programming for Instrumentation (3 units)

Instrumentation
      APHY 103. Electronic Circuits for Scientific Applications (3 units)
      APHY 104. Digital Computer Electronics (3 units)
      APHY 105. Microprocessor-based Instrumentation (3 units)

 

Possible Electives Based on Chosen Research Laboratory (12 units):

      AMAT 110. Mathematical Modeling (3 units)
      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.

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 09:04

BS Mathematics

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.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS *

1st YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
GE (AH)
ENG 1. College English 3 GE (AH) ENG 2. College Writing in English 3
GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MATH 36
Mathematical Analysis I
5
MATH 17
Algebra and Trigonometry 5 STAT 1
Elementary Statistics
3
PE 1
Foundations of Physical Fitness (2)
PE 2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
TOTAL
17
TOTAL
17
2nd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3 GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP)
Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MATH 38
Mathematical Analysis III 3
GE (MST)
Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 MATH 103 Elementary Theory of Numbers
3
MATH 37
Mathematical Analysis II
5 MATH 120 Linear Algebra 3
MATH 101 Logic Set Theory
3 MATH 130
Metric Geometry
3
PE2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
PE 2 or 3
Basic or Advanced Course
(2)
TOTAL
20
TOTAL
18
3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 AMAT 150 Computer Programming
3
MATH 111
Modern Algebra I
3 GE (AH)
Arts & Humanities 3
MATH 133 Non-Eucledian Geometries
3 MATH 112
Modern Algebra II
3
MATH 141 Introductory Combinatorics
3 MATH 135 Projective Geometry
3
MATH 155 Advanced Calculus I
3 MATH 156
Advanced Calculus II
3
Free Elective
3
Free Elective
3
TOTAL
18
TOTAL
18
4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER
2nd SEMESTER
ENG 10
Writing of Scientific Papers
3 MATH 166 Complex Analysis II
3
MATH 151
Ordinary Differential Equations
3 MATH 190 Special Problems 3
MATH 165
Complex Analysis I
3 MATH 192
Foundations of Mathematics
3
MATH 174
Numerical Analysis I
3 MATH 199 Undergraduate Seminar 1
MATH 181 Introduction to Probability Theory
3 PI 100
The Life and Works of Jose Rizal
3
MATH 191
Special Topics
3
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3
TOTAL
18 TOTAL
19

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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BS Applied Mathematics

This four-year curriculum provides an updated training in applied mathematics. It offers two options to the student, namely, Operations Research and Actuarial Science. Both require 145 units, 22 units of which are specialized courses in each of the two options.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS *
(First Year Common to both Actuarial Science/Operations Research Options)

1st YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 19 Finite Mathematics 3 GE (AH) ENG 2. College Writing in English 3
GE (AH) ENG 1. College English 3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science and Technology 3 MATH 18 College Geometry 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 MATH 36 Mathematical Analysis I 5
MATH 17 Algebra and Trigonometry 5 STAT 1 Elementary Statistics 3
PE 1 Foundations of Physical Fitness (2) PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2)
TOTAL 17 TOTAL 17

A. Operations Research Option

2nd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 150 Computer Programming 3 AMAT 110 Mathematical Modeling 3
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 37 Mathematical Analysis II 5 MATH 38 Mathematical Analysis III 3
MATH 101 Logic Set Theory 3 MATH 120 Linear Algebra 3
PE2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2) PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2)
TOTAL 20 TOTAL 18
3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 160 Linear Programming 3 AMAT 115 Introduction to Mathematical Decision Theory 3
AMAT 167 Mathematical Models in Operations Research I 3 AMAT 161 Non-Linear Programming 3
MATH 155 Advanced Calculus I 3 AMAT 162 Integer and Dynamic Programming 3
MATH 174 Numerical Analysis I 3 MATH 175 Numerical Analysis II 3
MATH 181 Introduction to Probability Theory 3 Elective 3
Elective 3 Elective 3
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 18

Summer
AMAT 198. Practicum 3

4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
ENG 10 Writing of Scientific Papers 3 AMAT 168 Mathematical Models in Operations Research II 3
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 AMAT 190 Special Problems 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 AMAT 191a Special Topics 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 AMAT 199 Undergraduate Seminar 1
MATH 141 Introductory Combinatorics 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science a& Technology 3
MATH 151 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 PI 100 The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 16

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 145

 

B. Actuarial Science Option

2nd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 150 Computer Programming 3 AMAT 110 Mathematical Modeling 3
GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3 AMAT 170 Theory of Interest 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3
GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MATH 37 Mathematical Analysis II 5 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 3
MATH 101 Logic Set Theory 3 MATH 38 Mathematical Analysis III 3
PE2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2) PE 2 or 3 Basic or Advanced Course (2)
TOTAL 20 TOTAL 18
3rd YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 171 Life Insurance Mathematics I 3 AMAT 115 Introduction to Mathematical Decision Theory 3
MATH 120 Linear Algebra 3 AMAT 172 Life Insurance Mathematics II 3
MATH 155 Advanced Calculus I 3 GE (AH) Arts & Humanities 3
MATH 174 Numerical Analysis I 3 MATH 175 Numerical Analysis II 3
MATH 181 Introduction to Probability Theory 3 Elective 3
Elective 3 Elective 3
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 18

Summer
AMAT 198. Practicum 3

4th YEAR
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
AMAT 174 Measurement of Mortality 3 AMAT 190 Special Problems 3
AMAT 176 Introduction to Actuarial Science 3 AMAT 191b Special Topics 3
ENG 10 Writing of Scientific Papers 3 AMAT 199 Undergraduate Seminar 3
GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3 GE (MST) Mathematics, Science & Technology 3
MATH 141 Introductory Combinatorics 3 GE (SSP) Social Sciences & Philosophy 1
MATH 151 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 PI 100 The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3
TOTAL 18 TOTAL 16

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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