# Mathematics

- Cadice (ES)
- Granada (ES)
- Łódź (PL)
- Ostrava (CZ)

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What is the objective of the course? What is it?

What does it train you for?

What does it train you for?

The degree (BSc) in Mathematics can be obtained after three years of study, and consists of 180 credits (CFU). A (non-selective) test evaluating the preliminary knowledge is to be taken after registration at the University. After the test, Additional Educational Obligations (OFA) can be assigned to the students. The main purpose of the degree in Mathematics is to develop the following competences:

- a firm understanding of the basic notions, and of the methods which are characteristic of the different sectors of Mathematics;
- solid skills in computational mathematics and computer science;
- the ability to understand and to use descriptions and mathematical models in practical situations of scientific or financial interest;
- acquiring that knowledge which is useful to critically think over mathematics and science, their methods, their progress, and their relationship with Human sciences, as well as with the society;
- the ability to efficently use, both in written and oral form, at least one language of the EU.

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What do you learn?

The disciplines that are studied during the BSc in Mathematics are in the context of pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Didactics of Mathematics and History of Mathematics, as well as of Computer Science and basic Physics. The english language is also studied and internships at companies and institutions will be organized. In detail, the curriculum consists of the following: FIRST YEAR

- ALGEBRA 1
- MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 1
- GEOMETRY 1
- PROGRAMMING WITH LABORATORY
- PHYSICS 1
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS - EQUIVALENT TO LEVEL B

- ALGEBRA 2
- MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 2
- GEOMETRY 2
- NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
- SUBSIDIARY MATHEMATICS
- DYNAMIC SYSTEMS WITH LABORATORY

- ALGEBRA 3
- MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS 3
- GEOMETRY 3
- PROBABILITY THEORY
- PHYSICS 1
- THEORETICAL MECHANICS

- ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS FROM AN ADVANCED STANDPOINT
- THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE
- EDUCATIONAL METHODOLOGIES AND TECHNIQUES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE

- OPERATIONS RESEARCH
- FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
- STATISTICS

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What can you do with it?

The work areas for the graduates in Mathematics are the ones needing a mathematical and computational modelling, in industry, finance, services, scientific research, teaching, and public administration. In particular, mathematics graduates work at:

- Informatics companies;
- Banks;
- Financial companies;
- Industries;
- Services and Public administration;
- School teaching;
- Research.