Optics Experiments at NTU Physics

Mathematical Sciences undergraduates in the BSc in Mathematical Sciences, BSc in Mathematical and Computer Sciences, or BSc in Mathematical Sciences and Economics programmes may opt to pursue a concentration in a specific area of study. At graduation, the School will issue a certificate acknowledging completion of the concentration.

There are two concentrations available: (i) Mathematics of Information and Communication and (ii) Computational Mathematics. Their requirements are listed below.

Note that pursuing a concentration is entirely optional.

Concentration in Mathematics of Information and Communication

Pass four courses from the following list:

MH3300 - Graph Theory4 AU
MH4310 Coding Theory4 AU
MH4311 - Cryptography4 AU
MH4510 - Statistical Learning and Data Mining4 AU
MAS711 - Discrete Methods4 AU
CZ4042/SC4001 - Neural Network and Deep Learning 3 AU

Concentration in Computational Mathematics

Pass four courses from the following list:

MH3310 - Mathematical Foundations of Game Theory4 AU
MH3400 - Algorithms for the Real World4 AU
MH3512 - Stochastic Processes4 AU
MH4110 - partial Differential Equations4 AU
MH4302 - Theory of Computing4 AU
MH4320 - Computational Economics4 AU
MH4514 - Financial Mathematics4 AU
MH4700 - Numerical Analysis II4 AU
MH4701 - Mathematical Programming4 AU
MH4702 - Probabilistic Methods in Operations Research4 AU
MH4711 - Mathematical Modelling in Imaging, Vision and Graphics4 AU
MH4730 - Mathematics in Biology & Medicine4 AU
MAS710 - Continuous Methods4 AU
MAS714 - Algorithms & Theory of Computing4 AU
CZ2101/SC2001 - Algorithms Design and Analysis3 AU
EE4476 - Image Processing3 AU