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{ Different courses taught in UPLB }
AMAT 115 (Introduction to Mathematical Decision Theory) AMAT 167 (Mathematical Models in Operations Research I) AMAT 180 (Introduction to Biomathematics)  offered at UP Cebu AMAT 198 (Practicum) MATH 11 (College Algebra)  Lecture and Recitation MATH 14 (Plane Trigonometry)  Recitation MATH 17 (College Algebra and Plane Trigonometry)  Lecture and Recitation MATH 26 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I)  Recitation MATH 27 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry II)  Recitation MATH 28 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry III)  Recitation MATH 36 (Mathematical Analysis I)  Lecture and Recitation MATH 37 (Mathematical Analysis II)  Recitation MATH 38 (Mathematical Analysis III)  Lecture MATH 174 (Numerical Analysis I)  Lecture and Laboratory MATH 175 (Numerical Analysis II)  Lecture and Laboratory MATH 181 (Introduction to Probability Theory) MATH 190 and AMAT 190 Special Problem Advising and Coadvising MATH 191 (Special Topics: Dynamical Systems) MATH 195 (Research Methods in Mathematics) UPCOMING/CURRENT CLASSES (2nd Sem 20162017): MATH 182 (Introduction to Stochastic Processes) For the list of my advisees/student supervising, refer to this page: Advising
For the profile of research groups/laboratories,
refer to this page: Laboratories { Approved proposed courses }
{ Additional information }

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My proposal for the MS/PhD AMAT specialization (as of Oct. 15, 2015):
Starting point of my lifelong learning: Participation in leadership camps during college years. I encourage my students to attend such training activities.
I also encourage my students and colleagues to visit other academic and research institutions in Philippines and abroad to avoid inbreeding. I remind them to become globally competitive and become citizens of the international community.
I also encourage my students and colleagues to visit other academic and research institutions in Philippines and abroad to avoid inbreeding. I remind them to become globally competitive and become citizens of the international community.