PLO's | |
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PLO 1 | Promote engagement in lifelong learning towards excellence in the field of expertise. |

PLO 2 | Apply professional, social, and ethical responsibilities as active and participative citizens. |

PLO 3 | Develop social and professional skills to build healthy, productive, and ethical working relationships with peers. |

PLO 4 | Develop mastery in the core and applied areas of mathematics. |

PLO 5 | Develop skills in pattern recognition, abstraction, critical analysis, and problem- solving, and in making generalizations, synthesis, and rigorous arguments. |

PLO 6 | Develop an enhanced perception of the strength and importance of mathematics in the modern world including inter-relationships within mathematics and its connections to the natural sciences, humanities and the arts, and the social sciences. |

PLO 7 | Analyze current advances in mathematics research and propose conjectures that extend the theory. |

Course | Course Title | Prereq. | Units |
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Math 29 | Basic Concepts in Mathematics | None | 3.0 |

Math 53 | Elementary Analysis I | None | 5.0 |

Math 54 | Elementary Analysis II | Math 53 | 5.0 |

Math 55 | Elementary Analysis III | Math 54 | 3.0 |

Course | Course Title | Prereq. | Units |
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Math 101 | Elementary Statistics | None | 3.0 |

Math 113 | Differential Equations | None | 3.0 |

Math 120 | Algebraic Structures I | Math 29 | 3.0 |

Math 121 | Algebraic Structures II | Math 120 | 3.0 |

Math 122 | Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory | Math 29 | 3.0 |

Math 130 | Mathematical Analysis | Math 55 | 3.0 |

Math 132 | Real Analysis | Math 55 | 3.0 |

Math 134 | Complex Analysis | Math 55 | 3.0 |

Math 136 | Introduction to Numerical Analysis | Math 113, 122 | 3.0 |

Math 140 | Topological Structures | JS | 3.0 |

Math 163 | Mathematical Statistics | Math 55 | 3.0 |

Math 182 | Introduction to Computer Programming | Math 54 | 3.0 |

Math 198 | Seminar | COI | 3.0 |

Math 199 | Research in Mathematics | COI | 3.0 |

Math 200 | Undergraduate Thesis | Math 199 | 3.0 |

Course | Course Title | Prereq. | Units |
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Math 123 | Elementary Theory of Numbers | Math 29 or CMSC 55 | 3.0 |

Math 133 | Introduction to Functional Analysis | Math 130 | 3.0 |

Math 150 | Modern Geometry | Math 55 | 3.0 |

Math 160 | Probability Theory | COI | 3.0 |

Math 170 | Foundations of Mathematics | Math 29 or CMSC 55 | 3.0 |

Math 181 | Mathematical Methods of Operation Research | Math 122 or CMSC 116 | 3.0 |

Math 190 | Issues in Mathematics Education | Math 54 | 3.0 |

CMSC 161 | Interactive Computer Graphics | CMSC 116 or Equivalent | 3.0 |

CMSC 162 | Artificial Intelligence | CMSC 123 | 3.0 |

CMSC 198 | Practicum | COI | 3.0 |

Course | Course Title | Prereq. | Units |
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Physics 101 | Fundamental Physics I (lec) | Coreq: Math 53 | 4.0 |

Physics 101.1 | Fundamental Physics I (lab) | Coreq: Physics 101 | 1.0 |

Physics 102 | Fundamental Physics II (lec) | Physics 101, Physics 101.1, and Math 53 | 4.0 |

Physics 102.1 | Fundamental Physics II (lab) | Coreq: Physics 102 | 1.0 |

Physics 103 | Fundamental Physics III (lec) | Physics 102, Physics 102.1, and Math 54 | 4.0 |

Physics 103.1 | Fundamental Physics III (lab) | Coreq: Physics 103.1 | 1.0 |

A. Natural Sciences and Math (NSM) - 12 UNITS | |
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CORE | Science 10, Science 11, STS 1 |

Elective | Math 10, Chem 1, Geol 1 |

B. Arts and Humanities (AH) - 12 UNITS | |

Core | Arts 1, Comm 12, Wika 1 |

Elective | Philarts 1, MS 11 |

C. Social Sciences and Philosophy (SSP) - 12 UNITS | |

Core | Ethics 1, History 1, Kasaysayan 1, SAS 1 |

Elective | Hist 3, Philo 27, Soc Sci 30 |

Course | Course Title |
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PI 100 | Life of Rizal |

3 Free Electives | Any electives from the 3 colleges |

NSTP | NSTP 1, NSTP 2 |

PE | PE 1 (Required), any three from PE 2, PE 3 and PE 4 |

A. Natural Sciences and Math (NSM) - 12 UNITS | |
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CORE | Science 10, Science 11, STS 1 |

Elective | Math 10, Chem 1, Geol 1 |

B. Arts and Humanities (AH) - 12 UNITS | |

Core | Arts 1, Comm 12, Wika 1 |

Elective | Philarts 1, MS 11 |

C. Social Sciences and Philosophy (SSP) - 12 UNITS | |

Core | Ethics 1, History 1, Kasaysayan 1, SAS 1 |

Elective | Hist 3, Philo 27, Soc Sci 30 |

- Retention Policy
- A B.S. Mathematics Student must pass the required minimum number of Math courses per semester according to the following table:
- A student who fails to satisfy provision no.1 for two consecutive terms (including midyear) shall be disqualified from the program.
- A student must pass the following Mathematics courses (Math 29, 53, 54, 55, and 101) in at most two takes; otherwise, he/she shall be disqualified from the program.
- If, after six semesters of enrollment of core courses, the student fails to complete all such Mathematics subjects, the student is automatically disqualified from the program.

No. of Math Courses Enrolled in Minimum No. of Courses to Pass 1 1 2 2 3 2 4 3 5 3 6 or more 4 - Readmission Policies
- The student must submit a letter of readmission addressed to the DMCS Chair.
- Considerations for readmission include the following: the number of units credited, the number of units and semesters remaining including application of the maximum residency rule, and the merit/strength of the reason for readmission. The adviser shall evaluate the merits of a student’s appeal for readmission and makes initial recommendation to the Department faculty who shall discuss and make final action on the appeal.
- If a student is readmitted, he/she shall be placed under probation and must satisfy the program’s retention policies. At the end of the semester, the student must get no grades of 4s, 5s, DRP, and INC in all Mathematics courses that he/she enrolled in. Failure to satisfy this provision would mean disqualification from the program.

- Shifting Policies
- University rules on shifting shall apply.
- Furthermore, to be admitted to the program: A student must have taken Math 53/equivalent with a grade of at least 2.5. If, in addition, the student has taken other Math courses, (except Math 1), he/she should have an average of at least 2.75.

- Waiver of prerequisite/co-requisite
- No waiving of prerequisites is granted approval.

- Exams are departmental for multi-sections.
- All syllabi contain the following ground rules:
- Students are expected to have a copy of the textbook. Lectures and exercises will be based on the textbook.
- The University rules on class attendance (Article 346 of the University Code) shall be strictly enforced in this course.
- If a student misses a short quiz, his/ her grade in that quiz is zero. If a student misses a long exam for a valid reason (this requires documentation), his/ her grade in the final exam will account as his/ her grade for the missed exam. This applies to not more than one long exam missed. A student who fails to take any examination for invalid reasons will get a grade of 0% for that exam.

- Cheating, in any form, will not be tolerated. This quotation must be written on every long exam questionnaire:
- Faculty members of multi-section courses should have a course leader and a regular discussion should be made concerning topics to be discussed and long exam preparations.
- If a take home exam is to be given, faculty must encourage students to have group discussions. Exams must purely be a problem solving type. If it is a group exam each group must be composed of at most 3 members and every member must submit his/her evaluation of other members.
- Other Policies:
- Blackboards should be erased after every class.
- Sharing of lecture transparencies is encouraged.
- Permission for make-up classes should be sought. There is no regular make up class.

“Cheating is a form of intellectual dishonesty that will not be condoned. Anyone caught cheating shall be dealt with in accordance with the rules on student conduct and discipline. Cheating is punishable with a grade of “5.0” in the course and/or (1) suspension for a period of not less than one year; or (2) expulsion from the University.”