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Curriculum

Introduction of the special subjects of the Applied Mathematics and Physics Course

The table below shows a quick reference of special subjects in the Applied Mathematics and Physics Course, which was created based on the 2010 Class Registration Guideline and Syllabus. For more accurate and detailed information on the time allotment, please refer to the Class Registration Guideline, and Syllabus.

1st year

  • Introduction to Applied Mathematics and Physics
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Exercises in Information Processing Basics
  • Electric Circuits and Differential Equations
  • Linear Programming
  • Introduction to Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Electric and Electronic Circuits

2nd year

  • Introduction to Systems Analysis
  • Logical Systems
  • Graph Theory
  • Exercise on Applied Mathematics and Physics
  • Exercise on Programming
  • Applied Mathematics A1
  • Analytical Dynamics
  • Introduction to Dynamical Systems
  • Numerical Analysis
  • Languages and Automata
  • Decision Making
  • Applied Mathematics and Physics Laboratory

3rd year

  • Applied Mathematics A2
  • Applied Mathematics A3
  • Statistical Physics
  • Linear Control Theory
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Stochastic Discrete Event Systems
  • Information Theory
  • Quantum Physics 1
  • Computer Networks
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Image Processing
  • Exercise on Numerical Analysis
  • Applied Algebra
  • Mechanics of Continuous Media
  • Mathematical Physics in Nonequilibrium Systems
  • Modern Control Theory
  • Optimization
  • Theory of Information Systems
  • Mathematics of Information and Communication
  • Seminar on Applied Mathematics and Physics
  • Quantum Physics 2
  • Human Interface
  • Theory of Algorithms
  • Multimedia
  • Computation and Logic
  • Systems Bioinformatics
  • System Analysis Laboratory

4th year

  • Business Mathematics
  • Analysis in Mathematical Sciences
  • Dynamics of Nonlinear Systems
  • Signals and Systems
  • Information and Business
  • Engineering Ethics