- Accreditation : A
- Degree : Magister Sains (Master of Science)
- Location : Depok Campus
- Length of Study : 4-6 Semesters (42 Credits)
- Language : Bahasa Indonesia
In Master Program, the students need to obtain 42 credits. It consists of core and elective courses in each concentration, to fulfill their Master degree. Department of Mathematics provides this master program to respond the increasing great demand of mathematicians in a wide areas of private and public sectors such as industry, finance, information technology, business, health and medicine, and services sectors. The objective of this study program is to provide our graduates with high level of competency in mathematics and its applications, strong research skills in mathematics to contribute in enhancing science, technology and other fields.
Currently, Master Program consists of a study program Master of Science in Mathematics. We offer two optional tracks for the students to pursue their master study including : (1) Master by Research Program, and (2) Master by Course and Research Program. Furthermore, there are three concentrations in Master Program including Pure Mathematics, Data Analysis, and Modelling.
The master program graduates pursue careers in private and public sectors such as IT and communication sectors, manufacturing industries, insurance, finance and banking sectors, business and management, consulting, energy sectors, transportation, data science, health and medicine, educations, and research institutions.
Master program of mathematics is one of the study program administered by the Department of Mathematics UI. This management scheme is in accordance with Regulation No. 60, in 1999 and Rector Decree No. UI 312, 313, 363, in 1999.
With the establishment of the UI as BHMN in Regulation No. 152 in 2000, the implementation of Master program was conducted by Rector Decree No. 545 which was refined by Rector Decree No. 612 / SK / R / UI / 2005.
Master Program is an integrated study plan as a guide to provide education on the basis of academic master mathematics curriculum that has been set. While the Department is managing academic resources for scientific development and implementation of academic education.
To support the educational activities in the Department of Mathematics, it is necessary to provide adequate facilities and infrastructures. Department of Mathematics has educational and research laboratories and a library.
Until 2011, the Department of Mathematics had 5 computing laboratories with 90 PCs and workstations. Each PC and workstation is installed by software such as: MATLAB, Maple, Lingo, Visual Basic, Visual/Borland C ++, Delphi, Oracle, Java, SAS, SPSS, S-Plus, and others. PCs were also connected to 2 servers with different domains, Linux and Windows NT. In addition, the Department of Mathematics also has a lab with 16 SUN workstations.
In mid-2011, there was given 50 PCs donations from alumni of the Department of Mathematics for practicum use. Currently the laboratory can be used by both undergraduate and postgraduate students (8 am – 5 pm).