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Published: 20110719
In 1981 it became possible for BNU confer a doctorate degree in Basic Mathematics, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics; in 1986, the Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics was introduced.
Basic Mathematics, Probability Theory, and Mathematical Statistics were rated as national key subjects in 1988.
The first circulating postdoctoral post at BNU was established in 1990.
In 1996, Mathematics became a national “211 Project” key construction subject.
In 1997, the School became a National Basic Scientific Talent Base.
In 1998, the School began conferring a firstlevel doctorate degree in Mathematics.
In 2001, the Probability Theory group, the first innovation group in China’s mathematics community, was named the National Natural Science Foundation Innovation Group and has won nineyear funding support three times. In 2002, the Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics group was again accorded the distinction of national key subject.
In 2005, the School was able to participate in the Science Innovation Infrastructure Construction Platform of the “985 Project.”
The Key Laboratory of Mathematics and Complex Systems, Ministry of Education, passed expert appraisal in 2006 and subsequent inspection in 2009.
In 2007, the key subjects of Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics passed assessment and evaluation. Basic Mathematics was added to the national key subjects list and Mathematics was identified as a key national firstlevel subject.
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics (Education Direction) were named among the first group of Featured Subject Base in universities.
The School also includes eight master’s degree programs, namely: Basic Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics), History of Science and Technology (Mathematics), Computer Software and Theory, Control Theory and Controlling Engineering.
The School is divided into two departments: the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Statistics and Financial Mathematics. There are two undergraduate programs: Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, and Statistics.
The Editorial Office of Mathematics Bulletin is attached to the School.
