### Department of Statistics, Economics and Bioinformatics

Statistics is a decision-making science that is useful for managers at all ranks, and its subject of inquiry is the scientific application of mathematics in order to better understand the world. For example, the development of inferential statistics along with the development of data collection and analysis methods has had important applications for a wide range of science branches such as biology, economics, management, engineering, medicine, public health, psychology, marketing, education and sports. On the other hand, the field of probability has had significant theoretical applications for science branches such as physics, communication, quality control, transportation, aerospace, financial mathematics, stock market analysis and economics. As such, it can confidently be claimed that there is no limit to applying statistics in science. Thus, students of statistics can pursue their education in many other fields and exhibit their skills and abilities in those fields.

### Department of Computer Science

Computer science is considered the bridge between computer knowledge and mathematics. The main goal of computer science is to design the best algorithms for problem solving, ones that can be implemented in the shortest time, with the least error, and with the highest accuracy. Thus, this field aims to train specialists who can help solve the problems of concern in other science branches more efficiently. These specialists adopt a logical-mathematical perspective and use their computer knowledge in order to accomplish this responsibility. Career opportunities for the graduates of computer science are very similar to those for software engineers. Relatedly, the graduates can help the software engineers in a company by playing a significant role in coordinating tasks, selecting solutions, and sharing algorithms.

### Department of Mathematics and Applications

Mathematics can be defined as the science of order in that it aims to detect, describe, and explain order in apparently complex phenomena and situations. The main tools of this science are those concepts that enable us to describe this order. In contrast to what the majority may think, mathematics is not only about formulas and rules that can be applied anytime, anywhere, but it also deals with understanding a problem correctly and thinking deeply to find a solution to the problem. To acquire these skills, students of mathematics should be patient and have the perseverance to think about mathematical problems even for several hours, relying on their initiative and creativity to solve them. In today's world, all industries have mathematical infrastructure and, in research and development centers, mathematicians actively cooperate with engineers and other scientists; what is ultimately achieved is the outcome of their teamwork. As such, a mathematician may succeed in many professions, even in those apparently unrelated to mathematics, which can be attributed to the intellectual discipline and deep insight he gains during his studies.

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