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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

SEMESTER II

MATHEMATICS

Introductory Part COMP 1011 (CS10M)

COMP 1100 (CS11E) COMP 1200 (CS11F)

Introduction to Information Technology Computer Programming I Computer Programming II

MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS

Students are required to take 4 core courses in MATH 2100, MATH 2110, MATH 2120, MATH 2160 and acquire sixteen (16) credits from other advanced courses in Mathematics. At least 8 o f these 16 credits must be from Year 3 Mathematics courses.

Advanced Part COMP 2000 (CS20A) COMP 2100 (CS20E)

COMP 2400 (CS22B) COMP 2500 (CS24E) COMP 3000 (CS30E) COMP 3150 (CS32A) COMP 3250 (CS32F) COMP 3350 (CS33F) COMP 3550 (CS34N) COMP 3600 (CS35E) COMP 3700 (CS37E) COMP 3900 (CS39A)

Data Structures Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Information Systems Object-Oriented Programming Design and Analysis of Algorithms Computer Networks Software Engineering Programming Languages II Internet Technologies II Theory of Computing II Database Management Systems II Special Topics in Computer Science (Expert Systems)

DOUBLE MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS

Students are required to take 64 credits from Advanced Level Mathematics courses including MATH 2100, MATH 2110, MATH 2120 and MATH 2160. At least 32 credits must be from Year 3 Mathematics courses.

MINOR IN MATHEMATICS

Students are required to do any two core courses including either MATH 2100 or MATH 2110 and any two other Math- ematics courses at Advanced Level.

MATHEMATICS

The following courses

are likely to be taught in 2003/2004:

Engineering

CS22E

Fundamentals of Information Systems Development

Students reading courses in Mathematics and Computer Science in the Faculty of Science & Agriculture are advised to clear with the Head, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science, before registering for any course in the Faculty of Social Sciences that involves Mathematics, Computing or Statistics.

MATH 2100

(M 20A)

Abstract Algebra

MATH

2120

(M 21A)

Analysis & Mathematical Methods I

MATH

2170

(M 24A)

Introduction to Combinatorics

MATH

2140

(M 25A)

Introduction to Probability

MATH

2190

( M 25C)

Probability and Statistics I

MATH

2210

(M 29A)

Mathematics of Finance

MATH

3110

(M 31A)

Mathematical Statistics - Probability

SEMESTER I

Preliminary & Introd MATH 0100 (M08B) MATH 1140 (M12A) MATH 1160 (M 15A)

Advanced Part

uctory Part Pre-Calculus Basic Introductory Mathematics Introductory Applied Mathematics I

Real Analysis Fluid Dynamics I Introduction to Mathematical Modelling I Graph Theory Advanced Algebra I - Theory Statistical Theory I

Theory

MATH 3240

(M 31S)

MATH 3250

(M 33A)

MATH 3280

(M33D)

MATH 3400

(M 34B)

MATH 3430

(M 34E)

MATH 3450

(M 35A)

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