BACHELOR (LICENSE)

**MATHEMATICS (B.SC.)**

**Goal**

If BA covers all areas of mathematics. At the heart of your training, the subjects addressed – algebra to the computer through the analysis, geometry, discrete mathematics, numerical mathematics as well as probability and statistics – will give you a base strong and extended mathematics.

You can also deepen pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics or begin studying a scope as actuarial science, economics, computer science, physics and education.

**Ability**

Love learning and analyze concepts. Love symbols and abstractions. A passion for problem solving. Loving disseminate, transmit information and teach. Owning an analytical and logical mind. Control operations and mathematical abstractions. Be resourceful, persistent and thorough. Being versatile and have communication skills and teamwork.

**Opportunity**

You may like to refer you to the field of research, both public and private, and work in any areas of pure and applied sciences. Major computer companies could, too, will benefit from your skills.

Under certain conditions, you can legally qualify for secondary education by obtaining 61 credits mainly related to internships and teaching in the Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics.

**Professions**

Teacher

Mathematician

Statistician

Employers

Research centers

IT companies

Educational Institutions

Governments

**CONTINUATION OF STUDIES FOR GRADUATE**

This leads to bachelor graduate studies, including pure or applied mathematics, statistics, computer science, economics, administration, teaching and engineering

**CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION**

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following requirements:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

**Selection criteria**

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

**Laptop**

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

**Knowledge of French**

The student admitted to the mathematics department must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC

**Non-francophone candidate**

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its journey.

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**PROGRAM STRUCTURE**

**GRADE**

Bachelor (Licence) in Mathematics (BSc.)

**This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.*

**EHE – studies off-campus**

EHE1MAT Studies – International profile – Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics

**TRACKING PROGRAM(96 credits)**

**MATHEMATICS (88 CREDITS)**

The student can take three optional practical training courses: MAT-2590-MAT 2591 and MAT-2592. The credits of these courses are in addition to the credit requirements of the program. To register, contact the program director.

**IFT-1004: **Introduction to Programming (3 credits)

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**MAT-1110:** Calculation of functions of several variables (3 credits)

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**MAT-1200:** Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 credits)

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**MAT-1300:** Elements of Mathematics (3 credits)

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**MAT-1500:** Geometry (3 credits)

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**MAT-1100**: Analysis I (3 credits)

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**MAT-1310:** Discrete Mathematics (3 credits)

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**MAT 2110:** Differential equations and vector calculus (3 credits)

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**MAT-2200:** Advanced Linear Algebra (3 credits)

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**STT-1500**: Probabilities (3 credits)

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**MAT-2100:** Analysis II (3 credits)

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**MAT-2300**: Algebra I (3 credits)

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**MAT-2400:** Numerical Methods (3 credits)

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**STT-4000:** Mathematical Statistics (3 credits)

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**MAT-3100:** Analysis III (3 credits)

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**MAT-3110:** Differential Equations (3 credits)

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**MAT-3300:** Algebra II (3 credits)

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**MAT-2310:** Number Theory (3 credits)

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**MAT-3120:** Complex Analysis (3 credits)

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**HST-2901:** History of Mathematics (3 credits)

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**MAT-3600:** Graduation Project (3 credits)

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**RULE 1-9 To 18 AMONG CREDITS**

**MAT-2330:** Applied Modern Algebra (3 credits)

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**MAT-2410:** Optimisation (3 credits)

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**MAT-2420**: Mathematical Modeling (3 credits)

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**MAT-2430:** Introduction to fractals and dynamical systems (3 credits)

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**MAT-2500:** Logic and foundations of mathematics (3 credits)

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**MAT-2510:** Math Problem Solving (3 credits)

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**MAT-2520:** Themes mathematics for college education (3 credits)

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**MAT-2700:** Selected Topics in Advanced Mathematics I (3 credits)

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**MAT-2710:** Selected Topics in Advanced Mathematics II (3 credits)

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**MAT-2920:** Quality Management (3 credits)

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**MAT-3130**: Curves and surfaces (3 credits)

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**MAT-4000:** Measurement and integration (3 credits)

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**MAT-4120:** Advanced Complex Analysis (3 credits)

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**MAT-4150:** Errors and differential forms (3 credits)

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**MAT-4200:** Advanced Probability (3 credits)

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**MAT-4300:** Algebra III (3 credits)

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**MAT-4400:** Numerical linear algebra (3 credits)

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**MAT-4410:** Numerical Solution of ODE and PDE (3 credits)

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**MAT-4500:** Topology (3 credits)

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**STT-4700**: Random Processes (3 credits)

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**RULE 2-6 To 15 AMONG CREDITS**

**Actuarial ACT-1000**: Introduction to Actuarial I (3 credits)

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**ACT-1001:** Financial Mathematics (3 credits)

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**ACT-2001:** Introduction to Actuarial Science II (3 credits)

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**ACT-2004:** Actuarial life Mathematics I (3 credits)

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**ACT-2005:** Casualty Actuarial Mathematics I (3 credits)

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**ACT-2007:** Life Actuarial Mathematics II (3 credits)

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**ACT-2008:** Casualty Actuarial Mathematics II (3 credits)

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**Oral and Written Communication**

**COM-1500:** Oral communication in public (3 credits)

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**EDC-1001:** Research, Analysis and dissertation (3 credits)

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**ENG-1914:** Scientists Communications (3 credits)

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**PHI-1900**: Logical Principles (3 credits)

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**BIO-1902:** Sustainable Development: Introduction to Genetic Analysis (3 credits)

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**DDU-1000:** Foundations for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

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**DRT-1721:** Introduction to Environmental Law and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

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**ECN-1150:** Environmental Economics (3 credits)

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**GCI-3001:** Environmental Impacts (3 credits)

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**MNG 2110:** Sustainable development and management organizations (3 credits)

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**POL-2207:** Environmental Policies (3 credits)

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**SOC-2114:** Environment and Society (3 credits)

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**Economic**

**ECN-1000**: Principles of Microeconomics (3 credits)

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**ECN-1010**: Principles of Macroeconomics (3 credits)

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**ECN-2000:** Price Theory I (3 credits)

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**ECN-2010**: Macroeconomic Theory I (3 credits)

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**ECN-2020:** Price Theory II (3 credits)

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**ECN-2030:** Macroeconomic Theory II (3 credits)

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**ECN-3000:** Introduction to Econometrics (3 credits)

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**ECN-4100**: Econometrics (3 credits)

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**Education**

**ENS-1001:** Adolescence (3 credits)

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**ENS-1002:** Social aspects of education (3 credits)

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**ENS-2001:** Students with behavioral difficulties (3 credits)

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**NS-2100:** Evolution of ideas and teaching practices (3 credits)

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**PHI-3900:** Ethics and Professionalism (3 credits)

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**POL-1005:** Introduction to International Relations (3 credits)

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**POL-2312:** Haiti International Relations (3 credits)

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**SOC-1003:** Training and development of contemporary Haiti (3 credits)

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**SOC-2111:** Science and Society (3 credits)

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**SOC-2120: **Sociology of technological innovation (3 credits)

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**Informatics**

**GIF-1001:** Computers: structure and applications (3 credits)

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**GIF-1003:** Advanced C ++ Programming (3 credits)

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**IFT-2001:** Operating Systems (3 credits)

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**IFT-2002:** Theoretical Informatics (3 credits)

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**IFT-2003**: Artificial Intelligence I (3 credits)

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**IFT-2008:** Algorithms and Data Structures (3 credits)

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**IFT-3000:** Programming Languages (3 credits)

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**IFT-3001:** Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3 credits)

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**IFT-3100:** Computer Graphics (3 credits)

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**IFT-4102:** Approach artificial intelligence agent (3 credits)

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**Physics**

**PHY-1000:** Introduction to astrophysics (3 credits)

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**PHY-1003:** Mechanics and Relativity (3 credits)

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**PHY-1006:** Quantum Physics (3 credits)

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**PHY-1007:** Electromagnetism (3 credits)

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**PHY-1902** : Astronomy: a guided tour of the universe (3 credits)

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**PHY-2001:** Electromagnetic waves (3 credits)

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**PHY-2100:** Space Science (3 credits)

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**RULE 3-0 9 AMONG CREDITS TO:**

*Statistics*

**STT-1100:** Introduction to the main statistical software (3 credits)

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**STT-1400:** Statistical Quality Assurance (3 credits)

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**STT-2100:** Regression (3 credits)

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**STT-2200:** Data Analysis (3 credits)

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**STT-2300:** Variance analysis (3 credits)

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**STT-4100:** experiences Planning (3 credits)

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**STT-4400**: frequency tables analysis (3 credits)

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**STT-4500:** Non parametric statistics (3 credits)

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**STT-4600:** Sampling (3 credits)

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**STT-4630:** Time series (3 credits)

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**OTHER REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM (3 CREDITS)**

**RULE 1-3 CREDITS**

Pass the course ANL-2020 Intermediate English II or English classes higher. Students who acquired the Advanced English II level can substitute the English course with a course of another modern language.

**POSSIBILITY OF CHOICE STUDY PROFILES**

**Distinction Profile**

The profile distinction is offered to the best students. It consists of a fixed arrangement of 12 credits (minimally 6 graduate credits) between the direction of a degree program and the direction of a master’s program. The graduate courses are contributory bachelor and master. The Bachelor of Mathematics offers distinction profile with the following programs:

• Math Masters

• Math Mastery – with Memory

The student is asked to contact the program director to determine the conditions of admission to this profile.

The student should have acquired two thirds of the program credits and have an average program of equal or greater to 3.67 / 4.33.