Bachelor of Science in Mathematics is a 4 years Bachelors Degree examined by Commision for University Education.

| View institutions offering this program## About Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics is designed to prepare students for careers using mathematics, operations research, and statistics.

Mathematical sciences are part of nearly all aspects of everyday life the discipline has underpinned such beneficial modern capabilities as Internet search, medical imaging, computer animation, numerical weather predictions, and all types of digital communications.

A degree in mathematics opens up a wide range of careers. Not only is mathematics central to science, technology, and finance-related fields, but the logical insight and skills gained from a mathematical education are also highly sought after in areas like law, business, and management.

Mathematics and Business

Having finished your degree program in Mathematics, many opportunities will be open to you for a career in the business sector, for example with an insurance company or a consultancy firm. During the degree program, you learn to think logically and to structure your reasoning. An analytical approach becomes second nature ? a skill that is highly welcome in the business world. After all, you are able to identify the structure of a large organization, separate the main issues from the side issues, and produce a model to predict how the organization will change as a result of internal and external influences.

Mathematics and Research

Once you have your Bachelor of Science in Mathematics degree, you qualify to carry out research at a university, a research institute or work as a research consultant.

Mathematics and Academia

There is a great demand for mathematicians to work as teachers in secondary education and tertiary institutions such as colleges and Universities.

By studying mathematics you will develop transferable skills such as creative problem-solving and logical reasoning, which are in great demand in a wide range of career sectors such as:

- Teaching
- Research
- Engineering
- Industry
- Insurance
- Management
- Consultant
- Analyst
- Positions in the financial world

## Entry requirements for Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

- A holder of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) with a minimum aggregate performance of C+. In addition, candidates must have obtained a minimum grade of B in Mathematics.
- A holder of Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) with 2 principal passes in Mathematics/Physics, Mathematics/Chemistry, Mathematics/Geography, or Mathematics/Economics.
- A holder of an ordinary diploma in computer studies Industrial Mathematics and Informatics, or Education with Mathematics as a major subject, or equivalent with, a minimum pass at credit level, from an institution recognized by Senate.
- A holder of a Bachelor?s degree from an institution recognized by the Senate, preferably with a good Mathematics background.

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| Read more## Objectives of Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Mathematics is the basis of many aspects of modern life and has applications across the sciences, technology, finance, and management.

By studying mathematics you will develop transferable skills such as creative problem-solving and logical reasoning, which are in great demand in a wide range of career sectors.

## Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Programme

**FIRST-YEAR**

- Communication Skills
- Development Studies and Social Ethics
- HIV/AIDS
- Mathematics for Sciences
- Discrete Mathematics
- Calculus I
- Calculus II
- Probability and Statistics I

**SECOND-YEAR**

- Calculus III
- Linear Algebra I
- Vector Analysis
- Introduction to Computer Systems
- Algebraic Structures
- Probability and Statistics II
- Computer Organization
- Number Theory
- Applied Mathematics
- Classical Mechanics
- Statistics
- SMA Probability and Statistics
- Computer Sciences
- Introduction to Computer Programming

**THIRD-YEAR**

- Ordinary Differential Equations I
- Complex Analysis I
- Linear Algebra II
- Calculus IV
- Real Analysis
- Pure Mathematics
- Group Theory IV
- Ring Theory
- Real Analysis II

**Electives**

- Analytical Applied Mathematics I
- Numerical Analysis I
- Fluid Mechanics I
- Ordinary Differential Equations II
- Statistics
- Theory of Estimation
- Tests of Hypotheses
- Probability and Statistics IV
- Operations Research I
- Object Oriented Programming I
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Scientific Computing
- Systems Development
- Multimedia Systems
- Artificial Intelligence

**FOURTH-YEAR**

- Entrepreneurship Skills
- Partial Differential Equations I
- Topology I
- Field Theory
- Functional Analysis
- Topology II
- Measure and Integration
- Complex Analysis II
- Group Theory II
- Linear Algebra III
- Algebraic Number Theory
- Algebraic Geometry
- Galois Theory
- Algebraic Coding Theory
- Non-Communicative Rings
- Fourier Series
- Project in Pure Mathematics
- Differential Geometry
- Numeric Analysis II
- Fluid Mechanics II
- Complex Analysis II
- Analytical Applied Mathematics II
- Partial Differential Equations II
- Fluid Mechanics III
- Theory of Relativity
- Analytical Mechanics
- Continuum Mechanics
- Project in Applied Mathematics(2 units)
- Statistics
- Design and Analysis of Experiments
- Time Series Analysis
- Design and Analysis of Sample Surveys
- Regression Modelling
- Elective Units
- Quality Control Methods
- Non-Parametric Methods
- Measure and Probability
- Stochastic Processes
- Multivariate Methods
- Project in Statistics(2units)
- Operations Research II
- Operations Research III
- Database Systems

**Elective Units**

- Object-Oriented Programming II
- Operating Systems I
- Internet Application Programming
- Operating Systems II
- Systems Programming
- Computer Networks
- Knowledge-Based Systems
- Selected Topics in Computer Science
- Advanced Programming
- Information Processing and Programming
- Computer Systems Project