Currently, one of the requirements for the MS degree in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics is that a student completes 24 credit hours of courses at Hanbat National University. All courses are taught entirely or partly in English.

## Beginning Courses

First-semester graduate courses provide a common base of mathematical knowledge and technical skills

- Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
- Introduction to Algebra
- Introduction to Applied Mathematics
- Linear Algebra
- Theory of Statistics 1
- Theory of Statistics 2
- Introduction to Applied Statistics

## Intermediate Courses

Students then take more advanced courses which go deeper into particular areas in their second and third semesters. The candidate in the program must pass the general qualifying exams that are based on these courses.

- Real Analysis
- Complex Analysis
- Numerical Analysis
- Algebra
- Functional Analysis
- Partial Differential Equations
- Applied Mathematics in Industry
- Numerical Optimization
- Number Theory
- Module Theory
- Combinatorics
- Generalized Linear Models

## Advanced Courses

In addition to basic and intermediate courses, we offer more advanced graduate courses in pure and applied mathematics depending on student’s mathematical interests. We also introduce students to areas in which our faculty are currently working.

- Topics in Analysis
- Topics in Algebra
- Topics in Applied Mathematics
- Topics in Numerical Analysis
- Topics in Differential Equations
- Topics in Mathematics in Industry
- Topics in Mathematical Physics
- Topics in Bayesian Statistics
- Topics in Topology