Bachelor of Science (Industrial Mathematics)

General

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Program Description

Year 1

Introduction to Industrial Mathematics Programme, Mathematical Methods I, Statistics, Computer Literacy, Mechanics/Principles of Chemistry, Islamic and Asian Civilization, Mathematical Methods II, Computer Programming, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations I, Academic English Skills, Malaysia Dynamics.

Year 2

Mathematical Statistics, Numerical Methods I, Discrete Mathematics, Differential Equations II, Vector Calculus, Science Technology and Humanity, Mathematical Methods III, Advanced Calculus, Mathematical Modelling I, Linear Programming, Advanced English for Academic Skills, Innovation and Creativity Electives (Choose 2 credits) : Critical and Creative Thinking or Innovation and Creativity.

Year 3

Statistical Quality Control, Mathematical Modelling II, English for Professional Purposes, Human Development Electives (Choose 2 credits) : Technocrat and Development or Professional Ethics, Electives (Choose 6 credits), Industrial Training (HW) (SHORT SEM), Design of Experiments, Numerical Methods II, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development, Service Learning, Electives (Choose 6 credits)

Year 4

Undergraduate Project I, Electives (Choose 12 credits), Undergraduate Project II, Electives (Choose 12 credits)

Electives

Decision Theory, Set Theory and Logic, Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations, Multi-Objective Decision Making, Organizational Behaviour, Multivariate Analysis, Inferential Statistics, C++ Programming, Fluid Mechanics, Optimization Methods, Principles of Marketing, Complex Variables, Modern Algebra, Time Series, Stochastic Process, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Scheduling, Principles of Management, Generalized Linear Model, Sampling Techniques, Optimal Control, Discrete Event Simulation, Financial Mathematics.

Career Prospects

Quality assurance manager, production control engineer and planning officer in industries such as manufacturing, telecommunications and oil & gas. Statisticians, operations research analysts, sales and marketing executives in service industries. Financial executives in financial institutions. Administrative officers in public and private sectors. Academicians and researchers in academic and research institutions.

Last updated August 2019

About the School

In the early years of its establishment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, School of Professional and Continuing Education (UTMSPACE) offered professional development programs such as short courses, semi ... Read More

In the early years of its establishment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, School of Professional and Continuing Education (UTMSPACE) offered professional development programs such as short courses, seminars, workshops and in-house training. However, due to an overwhelming demand for part-time and full-time educational programs in both private and public sectors, UTMSPACE took the initiative of offering mainstream academic programs starting from the academic year 1995/96. Read less
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