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Department of Mathematics

Our Bachelor of Mathematics program seeks to expose students to the theoretical foundations of mathematics, to provide them with an understanding of the broad outlines of modern mathematics and its applications in a variety of disciplines, to stimulate their interest in research, and to prepare them for their future work.

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Mathematics program, graduates should be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of diverse areas in mathematics such as analysis, algebra, discrete mathematics, and applied mathematics.
  • Construct and effectively communicate valid mathematical arguments.
  • Demonstrate a solid grounding in the ideas and techniques of mathematics.
  • Apply mathematical analysis and mathematical skills to problems in other disciplines.
  • Use discrete mathematical concepts in a variety of contexts such as algorithm development, computer programming, and network development and implementation.
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify and carry out thoughtful approaches to problem-solving
  • Define and execute simple research tasks as required for professional work.
  • Formulate a problem in mathematical terms from descriptions written in language specific to disciplines associated with engineering, finance, and the natural sciences.
  • Obtain the research skills necessary to adapt to change and remain current in the field and continue to learn new information, skills, and concepts.

Department of Biology

Do you want to learn the secrets of life?

If you are interested in life and living things, then a Bachelor of Education in Biology (BEB) at MARYAM would be a great way to start your professional career. In the BEB program, students will receive training in a variety of sub-disciplines including (but not limited to): genetics and molecular biology, microbiology, cell biology, anatomy, physiology, neuroscience, immunology, pharmacology, disease prevention, marine biology, ecology, and others. Our department is equipped with advanced laboratory facilities offering students the proper tools to excel and become leaders in their chosen fields. Courses offer different learning methodologies from traditional classroom instruction to innovative laboratory experiments, field trips, independent study, and senior research projects. Our dedicated faculty members are keen to offer comprehensive advising on coursework and future career options.

Graduates with a BEB degree can choose from numerous career options including: medicine and medicine-related professions, medical laboratory technology, public health, science education and teaching, further graduate studies, research, pharmaceutical industry, governmental agencies, biotechnology, wildlife management, and much more.

Upon graduation, our students will be able to:

  • participate effectively in practical, experience-based learning, through conferences, field experiences, workshops, and independent research projects.
  • apply technologies and continue to develop proficiencies in the use of modern scientific instrumentation.
  • identify and carry out thoughtful approaches to biology-related problems, understand ethical issues, and analyze biological threats to the environment.
  • define simple research tasks, carry them out and use appropriate statistical analysis in the treatment of data.
  • develop competence in critical thinking, communications, teamwork, information technology, and adaptation to change.
  • produce written and oral reports in the style most commonly used in scientific literature.
  • demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals of various molecular, cell, and ecological techniques, instruments and equipment.