The student who completes this program is expected to be able to:

  • Thinking consecutively and logically, as evidenced by a critical analysis of quantitative problems, such as the ability to read, understand and write mathematical proofs.
  • Communicate concepts and results clearly and effectively.
  • Work and learn in independent and collaborative ways with others to include diverse abilities and perspectives.
  • Use logical thinking, formal proof, generalization, and abstraction. Applying mathematics to real life problems by formulating and interpreting a solution Employing various mathematical concepts to solve an open problems in mathematics.
  • Development and self-updating to complete the scientific career. Analyze and interpret the obtained solutions and generate new ideas based on this solutions.