Mathematics is a language to describe Nature and has a long history which overlaps the history of human civilization. The beauty of mathematical structures can be found not only in Mathematics and Natural Sciences but also in Humanities and Social Sciences. They produce an abundance of applications.

Calculus of one and several variables and Linear Algebra are taught as foundation courses, and then introductory and other foundational courses in modern Mathematics from the second year. During the second year, students learn basic notions such as sets, algebraic systems including groups, topology and elements of Analysis. After learning foundations of Algebra, Analysis and Geometry during the third year, student study their senior thesis from among subjects such as Functional Analysis, Topology, Algebraic Geometry, Group Theory, Discrete Mathematics, and others.

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