Tokyo University of Science

Introduction

Mathematics is the foundation of the science and technology that supports modern society. By learning multifaceted mathematics in a systematic manner, students can acquire capabilites that allow them to flexibly adapt to various career options after graduation, such as continuing studies or finding employment. In addition, an important tradition of the Department of Mathematics is to foster junior-high or high school teachers who possess solid, specialized knowledge on mathematics.
The following are features of the education of the Department of Mathematics.

  • Through well-organized curriculum of mathematics education, students effectively acquire the fundamentals of modern mathematics.
  • In later grades, students are urged to do mathematics actively in seminar courses.
  • Many elective subjects are offered that are connected to latest research works in graduate school.
  • Students can also acquire practical knowledge on probability theory, statistics, programming and computational techniques.

Curriculum Chart

Area of Learning

# indicates required subjects. ## indicates elective required subjects.

Subjects Common to All Areas

  • # Introduction to Computer Science 1 / 2
  • ## Physics 1 / 2
  • ## Chemistry 1 / 2
  • ## Biology 1 / 2
  • ## Introduction to Computers 1 / 2
  • # Junior Course of Seminar 1 / 2
  • ## Numerical Analysis 1 / 2
  • Computer Programming 1 / 2
  • Information Systems
  • Multimedia System
  • Topics in Information Theory 1 / 2
  • Introduction to Computer Network
  • # Senior Course of Seminar 1 / 2
  • ## Topics in Mathematics 1 - 8
  • Techniques for handling mathematical documents
  • <General Subjects>
    • Human Science
    • English
Algebra
  • # Linear Algebra 1 / 2
  • # Algebra 1 / 2
  • ## Fields and Galois Theory 1 / 2
  • ## Rings and Modules 1 / 2
  • ## Algebra 3 / 4

Graduation Research*

  • Kida Research Group
  • Kunugi Research Group
  • Sanada Research Group
Geometry
  • # Logic and Sets
  • # Foundation Geometry
  • # Geometry 1 / 2
  • # Topology 1
  • ## Topology 2
  • ## Differential Geometry 1 / 2
  • ## Geometry 3 / 4
  • ## Advanced Geometry 1 / 2

Graduation Research*

  • Koike Research Group
  • Yamakawa Research Group
Analysis
  • # Foundation of Analysis
  • # Calculus of One Variable
  • # Calculus of Several Variables
  • # Analysis 1 / 2
  • ## Integration Theory
  • ## Functional Analysis
  • ## Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
  • ## Theory of Differential Equations
  • ## Analysis 3 / 4
  • ## Advanced Analysis 1 / 2

Graduation Research*

  • Kato Research Group
  • Tanaka Research Group
  • Ohta Research Group
  • Yokota Research Group
Probability Theory / Statistics
  • # Mathematical Statistics 1 / 2
  • ## Theory of Probability 1 / 2

Graduation Research*

  • Kaneko Research Group
Mathematics Education
  • Theory of Mathematics Education 1 / 2
  • Mathematics in Education 1 / 2

Graduation Research*

  • Shimizu Research Group

# indicates required subjects. ## indicates elective required subjects.

Information on Career Paths

  • 34.0%

  • Education

    21.4%

  • Information industry

    15.5%

  • Finance, insurance

    6.8%

  • Transport, Communication

    1.9%

  • Service

    1.9%

  • Civil servant

    1.9%

  • Machinery and appliances

    1.0%

  • Publishing, broadcasting

    1.0%

  • Other industries

    3.9%

  • Other (persons planning on continuing education, studying abroad, etc.)

    10.7%

List of Faculty Members

Title Name Research Area Keyword
Professor KANEKO hiroshi Foundations of mathematics/Applied mathematics stochastic processes
Professor KATO Keiichi Basic analysis partial differential equation
Professor KIDA Masanari Algebra Number theory
Professor KOIKE Naoyuki Geometry Differential Geometry
Professor KUNUGI Naoko Algebra Representations of finite groups
Professor OHTA Masahito Mathematical analysis Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Professor SANADA Katsunori Algebra ring theory
Professor SHIMIZU Katsuhiko Science education Mathematics Education, Educational Technology
Professor YOKOTA Tomomi Basic analysis Partial differential equations
Junior Associate Professor Tanaka Mieko Mathematical analysis
Junior Associate Professor YAMAKAWA Daisuke Geometry Complex Symplectic Geometry
Assistant Professor FUKAYA Noriyoshi Mathematical analysis Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Assistant Professor ITABA Ayako Algebra Representation theory of algebras/Noncommutative algebraic geometry
Assistant Professor ITAGAKI Tomohiro Algebra
Assistant Professor KAWAMOTO Masaki Basic analysis Mathematical Physics
Assistant Professor OKADA Nolio Basic analysis
Assistant Professor TADANO Homare Geometry Differential Geometry
Assistant Professor YAMAMOTO Hikaru Geometry Differential Geometry, Geometry of submanifolds, Geometric Flow
Assistant Professor YONEYAMA Taisuke Basic analysis
Mathematical analysis
Spectral and Scattering Theory
Partial Differential Equation

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