2021 Undergurduate Academic Handbook

60Study at APUCourse RegistrationExaminations and GradingSeminar SubjectsOff-campus Study ProgramsOther Information and ProgramsCurriculum■ AY 2017 Curriculum (APM)Required Subjects (Mathematics)SubjectDescriptionRegistrationRegistration SemesterFundamental Mathematics (APM Major)Fundamental Mathematics will provide you the chance to learn the minimum mathematical skills and mathematical literacy necessary in order to understand social science. Especially, these skills are related to mathematical operations such as quantitative calculations and Excel (spreadsheet) which are used in the APM quantitative courses ("Finance," "Introduction to Economics," "Accounting," and so on). This subject aims to get students familiar with numbers and to help them acquire fundamental knowledge / literacy and learn how to think using mathematics.Registered by StudentStudents are strongly recommended to take these subjects in the early stages of their studies.Advanced Mathematics (APM Major)Advanced Mathematics will provide you the chance to learn mathematics that is the foundation of scientic methods used to analyze mechanisms and patterns of social phenomena. Especially, these tools are related to mathematical models (i.e. formulation using the language of mathematics) for making decisions or analyzing business issues used in the four Areas of Study (Accounting and Finance, Marketing, Strategic Management and Organization, and Innovation and Economics). This subject aims to improve mathematical skills by deepening mathematical knowledge and learning applications in social science.*2 Students are allowed to register for the three subjects, "Accounting Ⅰ," "Introduction to Marketing," and "Introduction to Economics" by themselves in their rst semester depending on the starting level of their required language subject. If they are successfully able to earn credits for the registered subject, it will be recognized as successful completion of a required subject and it will not be registered again in the second semester or later.

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