Graduate Profile

A graduate of this program will be able to:

  • Develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to pursue further studies in mathematics and related fields of study.
  • Acquire adequate mathematical knowledge and skill to formulate efficient utilization of resources in industries and financial institutions.
  • Appreciate the international dimension of mathematics and its multicultural and historical perspectives.
  • Set up mathematical models, formulate algorithm and implement them by using computational methods to real life problems.
  • Assist and participate in conducting scientific
  • Demonstrate environmental, social, cultural and political awareness.
  • Act in an ethical manner, recognize and be guided by social, professional and ethical issues involved in his/her career in particular and in the community in general.
  • Exercise the power to self-expression, develop abstract, logical and critical thinking, the ability to reflect critically upon their work, the work of others, and justify the degree of accuracy of their results where appropriate.
  • Develop a critical appreciation of the use of information and communication technology in mathematics.
  • Create job opportunities by applying the acquired knowledge and skills.
  • Work in education sectors, other government sectors and nongovernment organizations.
  • Competent enough to be hired in job opportunities created by government.
  • Support institutions in managing and securing data.
  • Interpret ICT out puts and support institutions to meet their goals in an efficient manner.
  • Set up mathematical models, formulate algorithms and implement them by using appropriate methods.
  • Create job opportunities by applying the acquired knowledge and skills.
  • Assist and participate in conducting scientific research.

               Degree Nomenclature

  • English:   Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Mathematics 
  • Amharic: የሳይንስ ባችለር ዲግሪ በሒሳብ

No

Course Name (Course Title)

Course Code

Cr.hrs

ECTS

1

Fundamental Concepts of Geometry

Math2052

3

5

2

Transformation Geometry

Math3053

3

5

3

Fundamental Concepts of Algebra

Math2011

3

5

4

Linear Algebra I

Math2042

3

5

5

Linear algebra II

Math3043

3

5

6

Number Theory

Math3091

3

5

7

Modern Algebra I

Math3092

3

5

8

Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory

Math2032

3

5

9

Numerical Analysis I

Math3062

3

5

10

Introduction to Mathematical Software

Math3112

3

5

11

Linear Optimization

Math3122

3

5

12

Calculus I

Math2021

4

7

13

Calculus II

Math 2022

4

7

14

Calculus of Function of Several Variables

Math3071

4

7

15

Calculus of Function of Complex Variables

Math4071

4

7

16

Advanced Calculus of One Variable

Math4101

4

7

17

Introduction to Topology

Math4132

3

5

18

Financial Mathematics I

Math3142

3

5

19

Ordinary Differential Equations

Math3082

4

7

20

Partial Differential Equations

Math4085

3

5

21

Mathematical Modeling

Math4112

3

5

22

Introduction to Research Methods

Math4161

1

2

23

Undergraduate Mathematics Research/Undergraduate Research Project

Math4162

2

3

                                                                                                                            Total

72

122

List of elective courses (Students select three courses from the following)

No

Course Title (Course Name)

Course Code

Cr. hrs

ECTS

1

Logic and Set Theory

Math4095

3

5

2

Modern Algebra II

Math4096

3

5

3

Introduction to Algebraic Geometry

Math4098

3

5

4

Numerical Analysis II

Math4063

3

5

5

Introduction to Real Analysis

Math4134

3

5

6

Advanced Calculus of Several Variables

Math4102

3

5

7

Introduction to Cryptography

Math4033

3

5

8

Computational Number Theory

Math4032

3

5

9

Graph Theory

Math4034

3

5

10

 Operations  Research

Math4121

3

5

11

Biomathematics

Math4116

3

5

12

Nonlinear Optimization

Math4124

3

5

13

Projective Geometry

Math4151

3

5

14

Introduction to Differential Geometry

Math4152

3

5

15

History and Philosophy of Mathematics

Math4154

3

5

16

Financial Mathematics II

Math4142

3

5

17

Fluid Mechanics

Math4114

3

5

                                                                                                                            Total

9

15

                      List of supportive courses                                         

No

Course Title

Course No

Cr. hrs.

ECTS

1

Introduction to Statistics

Stat 2071

3

5

2

Statistics and probability

Stat 2072

3

5

3

Mechanics and Heat

Phys3013

3

5

4

Experimental Physics I

Phys 3015

1

2

5

Introduction to Computer Science

Comp2041

2

3

6

Fundamentals of Programming

Comp2042

3

5

7

Fundamentals of Database Systems

Comp4062

4

7

                                                                                                                 Total

19

32