Department of Mathematics
There are three campuses at Yangon University of Economics: ‘Kamayut’, ‘Hlaing’ and ‘Ywathagyi’ Campuses.’ Yangon University of Economics (Kamayut Campus), situated at the corner of Pyay Road and Inya Road was established on the 2nd of November in 1964. Yangon University of Economics (Hlaing Campus), situated on Parami Road in Hlaing Township was opened as a branch of the Yangon University of Economics (Main Campus) in 1976-1977 academic year when regional colleges were opened. At that time, the first year and the second year Eco students had to attend at the Hlaing Campus. In 2015-16 academic year, four bachelor degree courses for Accounting, Population Studies, Public Administration and Development Studies were opened. As four additional undergraduate courses were opened in 2019-2020 academic year, there are now eight undergraduate courses in total at Hlaing Campus. Yangon University of Economics (Ywathagyi Campus) was established on the 15th of November in 2000. In this campus, there are not only the same eight kinds of Undergraduate and Honours degrees but also Qualifying classes and Master Degree courses.
Currently, the department of English is being run with a total teaching staff of seven: one associate professor (Head of the Department), four lecturers and two part-time tutors (freshly appointed – in 2020).
For the time being, the department of English, as a supporting department, offers the only course on Business English to students who are specializing in respective academic disciplines like ‘commerce, accounting, business administration, statistics, population studies, economics, public administration and development studies.’
We contribute excellent and dynamic services to students specializing in various academic disciplines and train them to become well-qualified and efficient ones in a national as well as global community. We make sure our academic subject which is Business English (or ‘Business Communication’ for the third-year course starting from the up-coming academic year) implement the quality course. This competence-based curriculum ensures the students’ competency and makes them relevant to the demands of the business world.
Yangon University of Economics
Department of Mathematics
Head of Department
Professor Dr. Myint Wai
Daw Khin Sabai Soe
Daw Kyi Kyi Pe
Daw Naing Naing Myint
Daw Than Than Myint
Dr. Yin Yin Nu
Dr. Zar Zar Oo
Daw Nandar Su Hlaing
Daw Cho Nwe Wai
Daw Zin Pa Pa Phyo
Daw Zin Myo Win
U Aung Thet Lwin
U Hein Ko Ko Zaw
Daw Aye Nandar Htet
Mathematical Logic - Statements and Logical Operators, Logical Equivalence, Tautologies, Contradictions, and Arguments ; Set and Counting – The Addition and Multiplication, Permutations and Combinations; Functions and Linear Models – Function and Models, Linear Functions and Models; Nonlinear Functions and Models – Quadratic Functions and Models, Exponential Functions and Models, Logarithmic Functions and Models; Introduction to the Derivative – Average Rate of Change, Derivatives: Numerical and Graphical Viewpoints, Algebraic Viewpoints; Techniques of Differentiation with Application – A First Application: Marginal Analysis, The Product and Quotient Rules, The Chain Rule; Further Application of the Derivative – Application of Maxima and Minima, The Second Derivative Test for Relative Extrema.
Matrix Algebra and Applications – Matrix Addition and Scalar Multiplication, Matrix Multiplication, Matrix Inversion, Input- Output Model; The Integral – The Indefinite Integral, Substitution, The Definite Integral: Algebraic Approach and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Further Integration Techniques and Applications of the Integral, Integration by Parts, Area Between Two Curves and Applications, Differential Equations and Application; Functions of Several Variables – Partial Derivatives; Trigonometric Models – Trigonometric Functions, Models and Regression, Integrals of Trigonometric Functions and Applications.
Third Year & First Year Honours
Complex number and Analytic Functions; Complex Integrals; Linear Mappings; Series Solutions of ODEs; Fourier Analysis; Partial Differential Equations – Solution by Separating Variables Used of Fourier Series; D’Alembert Solution of the Wave Equations.
Fourth Year & Second Year Honours
Sets and Mapping – Sets, Mapping, Natural Number and Induction, Denumerable Sets; Fourier Analysis(Continued) – Fourier Integral, Fourier Cosine and Sine Transforms, Discrete and Fast Fourier Transforms, Tables of Transforms; System of Differential Equation - A Simple Mass-Spring System, Coupled Mass-Spring System, Systems of First Order Equations, Vector-Matrix Notation for Systems, The Need for a Theory, Existence, Uniqueness and Continuity, The Gronwall Inequality; Basic Properties of Linear Programs – Examples of Linear Programming Problems, Basic Solutions, The Fundametal Theorem of Linear Programming, Relations to Convexity; The Simplex Method – Pivots, Adjacent Extreme Points, Determining a Minimum Feasible Solution, Computational Procedure-Simplex Method, Artifical Variables, Matrix Form of the Simplex Method, The Revised Simplex Method, LU Decomposition; Determinant; Eigen Value, Eigen Vector.
Third Year Honours & M.Com (Q)
Euclidean Vector Spaces – Vector in 2-Spanace, 3-Spanace and n-Spanace, Norm, Dot Product and Distance in Rn, Orthogonality, The Geometry of Linear System, Cross Product; General Vector Spaces – Real Vector Space, Subspace, Linear Independence, Coordinates and Bases, Dimension, Change of Basis, Row Space, Colum Space and Null Space, Rank Nullity and the Fundamental Matrix Spaces, Basic Matrix Transformation in R2 and R3, Properties of Matrix Transformation, Geometry of Matrix Operators on R2; Inner Product Spaces – Inner Products, Angel and Orthogonality in Inner Product Spaces, Gram-Schmidth Process, Q-R, Q-R Decomposition, Best Approximation: Least Squares, Mathematical Modeling Using Least Squares, Function Approximation: Fourier Series; Diagonalization and Quadratic Forms – Orthogonal Matrices, Optimization Using Quadratic Forms, Quadratic Forms, Hermitian, Unitary and Normal Matrices; Set and Relation; Functions; Cardinality Order.
M. Econ( Economics) I
Laws of Algebra of Sets; Set Operations; Product Sets; Compositions of Relations; Equivalence Relations; Algebra of Real Value Functions; Equivalent Sets; Denumeriable Sets; Cardinality, Ordered Sets and Subsets; Applications of Zorn’s Lemma; Linear Programming – Simplex Method; Power of a Square Matrix, the Characteristics Equation, Cayley – Hamilton Theorem; Computation of eAt; Solution of Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients by Matrix Method.
M. Econ( Statistics) I
Riemann Integration; Riemann Integral as a Limit of a Sum; Improper Riemann Integral ; The Lebesgue Integral for Bounded Functions; The Lebesgue Integral Defined on a Bounded Measurable Sets; Power of a Square Matrix, the Characteristics Equation, Cayley – Hamilton Theorem; Computation of eAt; Solution of Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients by Matrix Method; Numerical Methods – Modified Euler Methods, Runnge – Kutta Method; Adams – Bashforth – Moulton Method; Eigen Value Problem; Sturm –Liouville Problems.