The Graduate Program in Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences ITB was established in 1993, offering a higher education programs for Master and PhD degrees in pure and applied mathematics. It is one of the best graduate programs in mathematics in Indonesia. The Program is the largest of its kind in terms of student body and the breadth of programs offered.
It is supported by high qualified academic staff with prominent educational background from the best universities in USA, UK, France, Netherland, Japan, Australia and Canada. They have excellent academic record in conducting research on various areas of mathematical sciences including Algebra, Analysis, Graph and Combinatorial Mathematics, Dynamical Systems, Population Dynamics, Mathematical Hydrodynamics, Actuarial and Financial Mathematics, Optimization and Control Theory, Statistics and Probability Theory.
The research supports ongoing theoretical development of the mathematical sciences. At the same time, it promotes application of mathematics in science and engineering. In turn, the research brings a flow of real mathematical problems to enrich the graduate programs.
Collaborations with industries have been built for a longtime, such as Research Consortia OPPINET (Optimization on Oil & Gas Pipeline Network) and FinanMOS (Financial Modeling, Optimization, and Simulation), PT. Astra Agro Lestari for research on early warning system for oil palm plantation, and PT. Chevron for research on pipeline.
Education
An academic year at Institut Teknologi Bandung is divided into two semesters: odd and even semesters. Each semester consists of 14 weeks for courses and 1 week for exams. A Master program consists of 12 courses which normally takes 2 years. Six of the courses are compulsory, including a master thesis. Each course is 3 credits (3 hours per week).
All text books for courses are in English. All faculty members can teach their courses in English if there are some international students who cannot speak Indonesian.
In Mathematics Master Program ITB, each student with the help of his academic adviser design his study plan based on his interests and linkages with ongoing research in the following Research Groups: Algebra, Analysis and Geometry Research, Combinatorial Mathematics, Industrial and Financial Mathematics, and Statistics. In addition, there is a possibility to conduct multidisciplinary studies, both with other research division at the ITB as well as with industry.
Curriculum Structure
Duration : 2 years, 4 semesters
Structure
Compulsory courses : 12 credits
Thesis : 6 credits
Elective courses : 18 credits
Total : 36 credits
First Semester
Name  Credit  
1 
Matrix Analysis 
3 
2 
Advanced Real Analysis 
3 
3 
Elective Course 
3 
Total 
9 
Second Semester
Name  Credit  
1 
Compulsory Course I 
3 
2 
Elective Course 
3 
3 
Elective Course 
3 
Total 
9 
Third Semester

Name 
Credit 
1 
Compulsory Course II 
3 
2 
Thesis I 
3 
3 
Elective Course 
3 
Total 
9 
Fourth Semester
Name  Credit  
1 
Thesis II 
3 
2 
Elective Course 
3 
3 
Elective Course 
3 
Total 
9 
Courses List
Code  Name  Code  Name 
MA5021  Matrix Analysis  MA5023  Algebra II 
MA5022  Algebra I  MA5025  Topics in Algebra II 
MA5024  Topics in Algebra I  MA5035  Topics in Analysis II 
MA5031  Advanced Real Analysis  MA5221  Module Theory 
MA5032  Real Analysis  MA5231  Complex Analysis 
MA5033  Topology  MA5232  Fourier Analysis 
MA5034  Topics in Analysis I  MA5251  Graph Theory 
MA5041  Topics in Geometry  MA5252  Topics in Discrete Mathematics II 
MA5081  Financial Time Series Analysis  MA5261  Financial Econometrics 
MA5133  Lebesgue Measure and Integration  MA5262  Financial Computation 
MA5152  Topics in Discrete Mathematics I  MA5263  International Financial Mathematics 
MA5161  Financial Mathematics  MA5271  Advanced Partial Differential Equation 
MA5171  Advanced Optimization Method  MA5272  Optimal Control Theory 
MA5172  Dynamical System  MA5273  Computational Fluid Dynamics 
MA5173  Topics in Applied Mathematics I  MA5274  Population Dynamics 
MA5181  Advanced Stochastic Processes  MA5275  Topics in Applied Mathematics II 
MA5182  Reliability Analysis  MA5281  Measure and Probability 
MA5183  Topics in Statistics I  MA5282  Space Time Analysis 
MA6021  Topics in Algebra III  MA5283  Topics in Statistics II 
MA6031  Non Linear Analysis  MA6022  Topics in Algebra IV 
MA6032  Non Linear Dynamics and Bifurcations  MA6034  Topics in Analysis IV 
MA6033  Topics in Analysis III  MA6251  Topics in Discrete Mathematics IV 
MA6121  Group Theory  MA6271  Non Linear Control Theory 
MA6131  Functional Analysis  MA6272  Topics in Applied Mathematics IV 
MA6151  Algebraic Graph Theory  MA6281  Topics in Statistics IV 
MA6152  Association Schemes  MA5091  Independent Study I 
MA6153  Topics in Discrete Mathematics III  MA5092  Independent Study II 
MA6171  Robust Control Theory  MA6091  Thesis I 
MA6172  Topics in Applied Mathematics III  MA6092  Thesis II 
MA6181  Topics in Statistics III  MA6095  Paper I 
MA6096  Paper II 
Each students must choose one of the following research topics: Algebra, Analysis and Geometry, Combinatorial Mathematics, Industrial and Financial Mathematics, and Statistics.
For students who choose :
 Algebra : The Compulsory Course I is Module Theory, the Compulsory Course II is Group Theory.
 Analysis and Geometry : The Compulsory Course I and II can be chosen from these four courses : Complex Analysis, Fourier Analysis, Lebesgue Measure and Integration, Functional Analysis.
 Combinatorial Mathematics : The Compulsory Course I and II can be chosen from these three courses : Graph Theory, Algebraic Graph Theory, Association Schemes.
 Industrial and Financial Mathematics : The Compulsory Course I and II can be chosen from these four courses : Dynamical System, Financial Mathematics, Optimal Control Theory, Advanced Partial Differential Equations
 Statistics : The Compulsory Course I is Advanced Stochastic Process, the Compulsory Course II is Measure and Probability.