Introduction to Majors
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Published: 20110713
Majors for Undergraduates
In 2002, the Department of Mathematics implemented a policy of broadcaliber admissions. That is to say, students would not be classified by majors for the first two years. In this way, students could have more control over choice of major and direction, according to personal interest. Two years later, students were then divided into two undergraduate major categories, Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, and Statistics.
From 2007 on, the School began to recruit normal students at public expense. There were 63, 97, 90, and 84 new students enrolled, respectively, between 2007 and 2010. The School developed a training program for normal students at public expense. The first group of recruited graduates will finish their studies in June 2011.
Majors for Graduate Candidates
Curriculum and Instruction (Discipline Pedagogy and Mathematics)
Basic Mathematics
Computational Mathematics
Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
Applied Mathematics
History of Science and Technology (Mathematics)
Control Theory and Control Engineering
Computer Software and Theory
Majors for Ph.D. Candidates
Curriculum and Pedagogy (Discipline Pedagogy and Mathematics)
Basic Mathematics
Computational Mathematics
Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics
Applied Mathematics
