The vision of the Bc Math

In 2037, the Bc Math to be an international standard mathematics study program and nationally excel in the field of theory and is advanced and strong in terms of applications.


The missions of the Bc Math:

  1. develop learning activities through new innovations to improve mathematics learning quality, efficiency, and relevance;
  2. develop a research culture in expertise groups to support mathematical research and its applications;
  3. develop the role and applications of mathematics in various fields to establish a mutually beneficial collaboration between the Bc Math and mathematics users;
  4. make Bc Math a study program with a credible, transparent, accountable, responsible, and fair management system.


The Programme Educational Objectives of the Bc Math:

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) of Bc Math has been formulated to produce graduates who:

PEO 1 : have profound knowledge of mathematical theory and are able to apply it to some problems related to differential equations and optimization;
PEO 2 : are adaptive and able to pursue a higher degree in mathematics or in other fields related to mathematics;
PEO 3 : have the ability to keep up with the development of sciences and technology, are literate in information technology and excellent in computational mathematics;
PEO 4 : have a responsibility, confidence, emotional maturity, ethics, and lifelong learner principle.


The Programme Learning Outcomes of the Bc Math:

Based on the Bc Math’s Programme Objective as mentioned above, the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) of the  Bc Math have been formulated as follows. After completing the programme, successful students become graduates who:

PLO 1 : devote to the God Almighty, Pancasila minded, and are aware of the concerns of the nation;
PLO 2 : are able to identify and solve mathematics-related problems;
PLO 3 : are able to develop their mathematical and logical thinking and are able to make conjectures;
PLO 4 : have sufficient knowledge in information technology and are skilled in using it to support mathematics learning and research;
PLO 5 : have comprehensive knowledge in mathematical modeling and are able to formulate mathematical models of various problems, both in mathematics and in other fields such as science or daily life problems, and are able to determine its solving strategies;
PLO 6 are able to identify archetypes and forms of analogy and are able to perform generalizations and abstractions;
PLO 7 are able to communicate the mathematical language both orally and in writing appropriately, clearly, and in an organized manner;
PLO 8 have the responsibility, confidence, emotional maturity, ethics, and awareness of being a lifelong learner;
PLO 9 are able to apply mathematical knowledge in a career related to the field of mathematics or to continue studies in post-graduate programs.


Academic Info

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