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Mathematics



 Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Mathematics is to provide a strong mathematical background to students who are interested in teaching Mathematics, pursuing jobs in industry or pursuing a higher degree in Mathematics or other disciplines.

We fulfill this mission by developing the student’s ability to pursue knowledge independently by acquiring skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and logical analysis. We also enable students to understand the power of Mathematics and its role in human culture.







 Program Educational Objectives

​​The Department of Mathematics offers a program leading to a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Mathematics. The program aims at:
  1. Providing students with a robust and extensive background in Mathematics.
  2. Preparing students for graduate and further higher level studies.
  3. Prepare students for careers in Mathematics or Mathematics education and careers in industry where there is a demand for a rigorous understanding of Mathematics or Statistics majors.
  4. Emphasizing the close association of Mathematics with the real world and its role in the fields of social sciences, physical and life sciences, engineering, and business.​







Program Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with a BS in Mathematics will be able to:
  1. General understanding of the field of mathematics.
  2. Recognize what constitutes mathematical thinking.
  3. Produce and judge the validity of rigorous mathematical arguments.
  4. Communicate mathematical ideas, written and verbally, in a clear and organized way
  5. Relate mathematics to real world problems.
  6. Use appropriate technology for the analysis and solution of mathematical problems.
  7. Research and present a topic.
After completing the General Education Courses (University requirements and Free Electives), students should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of humanities, social sciences, library science and leadership skills.
  2. Communicate more effectively in oral and written English.
  3. Develop quantitative and research skills.
  4. Think more critically and creatively.
  5. Apply ethics in their behavior and decision making.
  6. Work collaboratively, learn independently and practice lifelong learning.
  7. Exercise leadership and have a sense of responsibility.
  8. Have pride in Arabic culture and Islamic values.
  9. Recognize and appreciate the diversity of the human experience.






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 Admission Requirements

  • - Secondary school average:
    1. The minimum average for accepting an applicant is the equivalent of 75 percent or more in the final year or 75 percent or more in the two years out of the last three years.
    2. Higher averages may be applicable for certain colleges/schools and/or specific majors.
  • - MATH SAT score ≥ 550.
  • - A score of 71 or more on internet based TOEFL (iBT) or a score of at least 527 on the institutional paper-based TOEFL (ITP) or a score of at least 5.5 on academic IELTS or a score of atleast 1250 on EMSAT. Scores are only valid for two calendar years.






 Fees

Application and Entrance Exams Fees:
Applicants must complete the University Application Admission Form and pay a non- refundable undergraduate application fee of 300 AED (Hard copy application) or 250 AED (on line application).
 

Tuition Fees

Program Undergraduate
Tuition/Credit Hour
AED
 Sciences 2650
The University reserves the right to change the above tuition fees for newly admitted students. For continuing students increases in tuition fees will be limited to a maximum of 5% per academic year.

Fee is subject to 5% VAT

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