|Year of Entry||2020|
|Mode of Funding||Government funded|
BSc Computing Mathematics
|Mode of Study||Full time|
|Normal Duration of Programme||4 years|
|Programme Website||Click here to open|
|Tuition Fee||Click here for more information|
Dr CHUNG Kwok-wai
PhD (The University of York, UK)
+852 3442 8671
Dr LO Wing-cheong
PhD (University of California, Irvine, USA)
+852 3442 2578
+852 3442 8643 (Phone)
+852 3442 0250 (Fax)
The Department specialises in applied and computational mathematics. Undergraduate teaching is backed up by extensive research on a wide range of topics. This places us in close contact with many modern uses of mathematics. Our programme is both relevant and up-to-date.
We are proud of our academic staff, many of whom are internationally renowned scholars. For example, Professor Philippe G. Ciarlet, member of the French Academy of Sciences and of seven other academies, was Chair Professor of the Department until August 2011. He joined the office of the College of Science and Engineering in September 2011 as University Distinguished Professor. Professor Ciarlet has received numerous distinctions, among which a Grand Prize of the French Academy of Sciences and an Alexander von Humboldt Research Award.
Professor Ciarlet is currently Senior Fellow in the Institute for Advanced Study of City University of Hong Kong.
本系的教員令我們深感自豪，當中不乏享譽國際的學者。法國科學院兼另外七間學院院士Philippe G. Ciarlet 教授，曾任本系講座教授至二零一一年八月，九月開始出任科學及工程學院大學傑出教授。Ciarlet 教授獲頒多個獎項，其中包括法國科學院的法國科學大獎及洪堡研究獎。
The Bachelor of Science in Computing Mathematics programme was introduced in 1994. This major is unique in Hong Kong. It emphasizes the balance between theories and their applications to practical problems, with a special focus on applied mathematics linked to computational aspects.
The major aims at equipping students and producing graduates with a strong background in:
Students are trained to think quantitatively and analyse problems critically.
As graduates of our programme, they are in hot demand in a number of fields, including data analysis, business intelligence analysis, mathematical modelling, quantitative business planning, and scientific programming. There is also a demand for mathematics teachers in Hong Kong secondary schools. Most graduates entered the workforce in business, finance and education sectors.
Apart from joining the workforce, some of our graduates further their studies locally or in overseas universities, such as University of Cambridge, University of Oxford in UK, and University of Toronto in Canada, and Harvard University, New York University and Universities of California in the US.
To be considered for admission, you must satisfy the minimum entrance requirements.
Students seeking admission to Department of Mathematics are strongly advised to study:
Programme Entrance Requirements
1. English Language: Level 3
2. Chinese Language: Level 3
3. Mathematics Compulsory Part: Level 3
4. Liberal Studies: Level 2
Elective 1: One of the following elective subjects: Level 3
2. Business, Accounting And Financial Studies (Accounting Or Business Management)
4. Design and Applied Technology
5. Information And Communication Technology
6. Mathematics Extended Module 1 Or 2
8. Science (Combined Science or Integrated Science)
Elective 2: Any elective subjects: Level 3
Notes for Elective Subject(s):
• Unspecified elective subjects may include "other languages" at grade E or above.
• Mathematics extended modules (M1 - Calculus and Statistics; M2 - Algebra and Calculus) may be included. If students take both M1 and M2, they are counted as one subject only.
For details about the curriculum structure of the programme, please visit the Undergraduate Catalogue (Note: The catalogue for the 2019 cohort is for reference only. The 2020 catalogue will be published around July 2020.)