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- About Us
- Academics
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- Enterpreneurship
- Equipment Fabrication
- Library Development
- Academic Research Journal
- ICT Support
- Conference Attendance
- Institution-Based Research
- Teaching Practice
- Academic Staff Training & Development
- Physical Infrastructure/Program Update
- National Research Fund
- Disaster Recovery
- Zonal

- RESEARCH

INTRODUCTION

Course Overview

Admission Requirements

Mathematics have a wide range of applications in Science, Engineering, Medicine, Technology and the Social Sciences. Mathematics, in particular helps in mental and intellectual development of the individuals.The philosophy of Mathematics Programme is therefore inspired by the need to assist students to be proficient in Mathematics and be able to apply concepts and laws effectively in many areas where necessary. The curricula for Mathematics have been carefully planned to expose students to various aspects of Mathematics and also to allow students to specialize according to their aptitudes in pure Mathematics.

- To develop students intellectual capability and their ability to reason logically.
- To inculcate in the students the skill for scientific enquiry and the application of mathematics techniques in solving scientific and technological problems.
- To train highly- skilled Mathematicians who would be able to translate some of the abstract concepts into reality and use same in solving emerging national problems.
- To train graduates who will demonstrate appreciable ability and competence for post-graduate studies in Mathematics.
- To train graduates who are able to impart the knowledge of Mathematics effectively on others.
- To train graduates who are able to apply Mathematics concepts to their advantage in many areas of employment.

Below are the list of Programme Under Mathematics

- Mathematics

Contact Us:** hodmathematics@tasued.edu.ng**

S/N | Course Code | Course Title |
---|---|---|

1 | MAT111 | Elementary Mathematics 1 |

2 | MAT111 | Elementary Mathematics I |

3 | MAT112 | Introduction to statistics |

4 | MAT121 | Elementary Mathematics II |

5 | MAT121 | Elementary Mathematics II |

6 | MAT122 | Statistics |

7 | MAT122 | Probability Distribution |

8 | MAT123 | Vectors and Coordinate Geometry |

9 | MAT123 | Vectors &Coordinate Geometry |

10 | MAT124 | Probability Distribution |

11 | MAT124 | Dynamics of a rigid body |

12 | MAT125 | Dynamics |

13 | MAT211 | Mathematical Methods I |

14 | MAT211 | Mathematics Methods I |

15 | MAT212 | Linear Algebra I |

16 | MAT212 | Linear Algebra I |

17 | MAT213 | Real Analysis I |

18 | MAT213 | Real Analysis I |

19 | MAT214 | Abstract Algebra I |

20 | MAT214 | Abstract Algebra I |

21 | MAT215 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis |

22 | MAT215 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis |

23 | MAT216 | Research Method in Mathematics Education I |

24 | MAT216 | Discrete Mathematics |

25 | MAT221 | Mathematical Methods II |

26 | MAT221 | Mathematical Methods II |

27 | MAT222 | Linear Algebra II |

28 | MAT222 | Operation Research I |

29 | MAT223 | Mathematics Methodology I |

30 | MAT223 | Complex Analysis I |

31 | MAT224 | Complex Analysis |

32 | MAT224 | Probability theory |

33 | MAT225 | Real Analysis II |

34 | MAT226 | Mathematics Methodology I |

35 | MAT311 | Abstract Algebra II |

36 | MAT311 | Abstract Algebra II |

37 | MAT312 | Complex Analysis 1 |

38 | MAT312 | Complex Analysis II |

39 | MAT313 | Introduction to Mathematical Modeling |

40 | MAT313 | Mathematical Modelling |

41 | MAT314 | Advanced Calculus |

42 | MAT314 | Vector and Tensor Analysis |

43 | MAT315 | Differential Equations |

44 | MAT315 | Differential Equations I |

45 | MAT316 | Functional Analysis |

46 | MAT316 | Functional Analysis |

47 | MAT317 | Research Method in Mathematics Education II |

48 | MAT317 | Inferential Statistics |

49 | MAT318 | Research Method in Mathematics Education |

50 | MAT321 | General Topology |

51 | MAT321 | General Topology |

52 | MAT322 | Partial Differential Equation |

53 | MAT322 | Differential Equation II |

54 | MAT323 | Operation Research |

55 | MAT323 | Linear algebra II |

56 | MAT324 | Electromagnetism |

57 | MAT324 | Electromagnetism |

58 | MAT325 | Commutative Algebra I |

59 | MAT326 | Mathematics Computation (Practical) |

60 | MAT327 | Numeical Analysis II |

61 | MAT328 | Mathematics Methodology II |

62 | MAT419 | Project |

63 | MAT421 | Commutative Algebra I |

64 | MAT421 | Commutative Algebra II |

65 | MAT422 | Commutative Algebra II |

66 | MAT422 | Partial Differential Equation |

67 | MAT423 | Lebesgue Measure and Integration |

68 | MAT423 | Lebesgue Measure and Integration |

69 | MAT424 | Complex Analysis II |

70 | MAT424 | Fluid Dynamics |

71 | MAT425 | Analytical Mechanics |

72 | MAT425 | Operation Research II |

73 | MAT426 | Field Theory |

74 | MAT426 | Numerical Analysis III |

75 | MAT427 | Regression Analysis |

76 | MAT428 | Research Method in Mathematics Education II |

77 | MAT429 | Final Year Project |

78 | MAT429 | Research Method in Mathematics Education II |

**UTME**

Five ‘O’ level credits at one sitting or six ‘O’ level credits at two sittings to include:

-English Language,

-Mathematics, and at least two subjects from

-Biology,

-Physics,

-Statistics,

-Chemistry,

-Further Maths,

-Economics & Geography.

**DIRECT ENTRY**

Two ‘A’ level subjects including:

-Mathematics and any Science subject.

Or NCE with at least merit in:

Mathematics, and one other approved Science or Social Science subject.

-Mathematics/Statistics,

-Statistics,

-Mechanical,

-Computer and Electrical Engineering.

OND/HND Upper Credit in:

-Mathematics/Statistics,

-Statistics,

-Mechanical,

-Computer and Electrical Engineering.

**UTME SUBJECTS**

Mathematics, and two other subjects from Science.

**SPECIAL CONSIDERATION (WAIVER) REMARKS**

Agric Science is not acceptable as a Science subject.