Bachelor's Degree    

Bachelor of Science Program in Mathematics
 

Bachelor of Science (Mathematics)
B.Sc. (Mathematics)
Faculty of Science and Technology
Thammasat University
 

1.Structure And Component

1.1

General Education Courses

30

credits

1.2

Major Compulsory Courses

101

credits

1.3

Free Electives  Courses

6

credits

 

Total

137

credits

2.Details Of The Curriculum

2.1  

General Education Courses

 

30

credits

Part  I

University  Compulsory  and  Prescribed

 

21

credits

 

TU 110

Integrated Humanities

3

credits

 

TU 120

Integrated Social Sciences

3

credits

 

TU 130

Integrated Sciences and Technology

3

credits

 

TH 161

Thai Usage

3

credits

 

TU 154 

Foundation of  Mathematics        

3

credits

 

EL 171

English Course 2

3

credits

 

EL 172

English Course 3

3

credits

Part II

Department Compulsory and  Prescribed        

 

9

 credits

 

BA 291 

Introduction of Business

3

credits

 

EC 210 

Introductory Economics

3

credits

 

And select 3 credits from the following courses :

 

PY 228 

Psychology of Interpersonal Relations

3

credits

 

HO 201

Principle of Management

3

credits


2.2

Major Compulsory Courses

 

101

credits

 

 

 

 

 

2.2.1    Basic Courses in Science and Mathematics

 

12

credits

 

SC 113

General Biology 

3

credits

 

SC 163 

General Biology  Laboratory

1

credits

 

SC 123

Fundamental Chemistry 

3

credits

 

SC 173

Fundamental Chemistry Laboratory

1

credits

 

SC 135

General Physics 

3

credits

 

SC 185

General Physics Laboratory

1

credits

 

2.2.2     Compulsory Courses   

 

50

credits

 

MA 211

Calculus 1

3

credits

 

MA 212

Calculus 2

3

credits

 

MA 213

Calculus 3

3

credits

 

MA 221

Elementary Logic and Set Theory

3

credits

 

MA 313

Ordinary Differential Equations

3

credits

 

MA 315

Mathematics Analysis 1

3

credits

 

MA 331

Abstract Algebra 1

3

credits

 

MA 332

Linear Algebra

3

credits

 

MA 351

Numerical Methods

3

credits

 

MA 412

Functions of Complex Variables

3

credit 

 

MA 461

Seminar

2

credits

 

ST 211

Statistics 1

3

credits

 

ST 321

Probability Theory 1

3

credits

 

CS103

Introduction to Computer Programming

3

credits

 

CS112

Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

3

credits

 

EG 221
or
EL 295

Reading for Information

Academic English 1

3

credits

 

EG 241
or
EL 395

Listening-Speaking 1 

Academic English 2

3

credits

* Students are required to earn at least a  C grade in the following 5 courses :  
            MA 211, MA 212, MA 221, MA 313 and MA 332

2.2.3      Specialized Elective Courses
(Student are required to select at least 6 credits of 400 level)

21
credits

MA 316

Vector Analysis
3
credits

MA 317

Advanced Calculus
3
credits

MA 318

Partial Differential Equations
3
credits
MA 327 Set Theory
3
credits

MA 337

Number Theory
3
credits

MA 346

Projective Geometry
3
credits
AM 319 Mathematical Programming 1
3
credits
AM 326 Graph Theory and Applications
3
credits
AM 327 Combinatorial Mathematics andApplications
3
credits
ST 212 Statistics 2
3
credits
ST 322 Mathematical Statistics 1
3
credits
Elective Course of 400 level   (Minimum   6 credits)

MA 416

Mathematical Analysis 2      
3
credits

MA 426

Elementary Topology
3
credits

MA 436

Abstract Algebra 2
3
credits
MA 446
Differential Geometry
3
credits
MA 447 Transformational Geometry
3
credits
MA 476 Mathematics Packages
3
credits
AM 418 Optimization Technique
3
credits
**Elective Courses non-credits for major
MA 111

Fundamentals of Calculus

MA 112 Analysis Geometry and Applied Calculus
MA131 Applied Linear Algebra
MA 214 Differential Equations
MA 216 Calculus for Social Science 1
MA 217 Calculus for Social Science 2
MA 218 Calculus for Science 1
MA 219 Calculus for Science 2
MA 236 Linear  Algebra  and  Elementay  Differential  Equations
MA 251

Numerical Methods and Applications

MA 286 Calculus and Elementary Differential for Bioscience
2.2.4     Minor or Electives Courses, of not lest than
Students  may choose one of two forms
18
credits
2.2.4.1                Minor Course
Student may choose to take a minor course from the other faculties.
2.2.4.2                Electives Courses
Student may choose to take any courses that offer in the university and not more than 4 majors, not less than 18 credits (not included major course)
2.3
Free Elective Courses  at least   6
Credits
Student may choose to take any courses that offered in the University at least 6 credits including any of the foreign language offered in the University General Education Courses
Student  can not choose  to take the following courses to be free Elective courses
        1.All  basic  Science and Mathematics courses (include courses  that are not defined to be general Education courses part II )
        2.General Education courses both part I and II that use all “TU”