1987
In 1987 to 1992 the Mathematics Department of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences ITS had established a collaboration with the Mathematics and Information Faculty, Delft University of Technology (DUT) in the Netherlands. The collaboration is in the form of improving curriculum, improving education facilities and infrastructure, training lecturers and sending lecturers for further study. The collaboration with the Netherlands was carried out again in the form of a Workshop Workshop (RWS) held in 1998 and 2003.
One of the results of the collaboration was the completion of the 1994 and 1999 curriculum so that there were five areas of interest (Algebra, Analysis, Models and Systems, Operations Research and Simulation, Computer Science) established. For the 2009 competency-based curriculum, the five areas of interest are adjusted into four Course Clusters (RMK):
- RMK Analysis & Algebra.
This family emphasizes understanding and developing the basics of Mathematics, Analysis, and Algebra so as to be able to follow and develop new theories of mathematics and other sciences.
- RMK Modeling and Systems.
This family emphasizes understanding and developing the basics of Mathematics, System Modeling and Simulation, so as to be able to develop and apply them in real problems.
- RMK Operations Research and Data Processing
This family emphasizes the understanding and development of the basics of Mathematics, Operations Research, Statistical Data Processing, Stochastic Processes, so as to develop and apply them in real problems.
- Computer Science RMK
This family emphasizes understanding and developing the basics of Mathematics, Computer Science and Information Systems so as to be able to build and develop professional software