School of Mathematics has a doctoral program in the first-level discipline of mathematics and a postdoctoral programme in mathematics. In 1981, we obtained the authority to confer Master's degrees in Computational Mathematics, and in 2011, obtained the authority to confer Master's degrees in the first-level discipline of mathematics. In 2012, a second-level discipline, "Information and Computation," was independently established within the university, offering doctoral degrees. In 2018, approval was obtained for a doctoral program in the first-level discipline of mathematics. In 2023, approval was granted for a postdoctoral postdoctoral programme in mathematics.

The discipline has a Master's program in the first-level discipline of mathematics, with five second-level discipline directions: Basic Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Probability and Mathematical Statistics, and Operations Research and Control Theory. It also has a doctoral program in the first-level discipline of mathematics with four second-level discipline directions: Algebra and Coding, Applied Numerical Approximation, Applied Probability and Statistics, and Computational Geometry and Optimization.