Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics
TimetablesMorning lectures and some afternoons in your first year.
Table of credits for each course
|Basic training||Compulsory||Optional||Bachelor's degree final project|
Period of studySix-monthly
Part-time or full-timeFull-time
SpecialisationsSpecialisation in Economatics
Specialisation in Statistics
Specialisation in Mathematical Engineering
Specialisation in Fundamental Mathematics
Basic and compulsory training
|1st year||2nd year|
|Real Variable Functions
Fundamentals of Mathematics
Computer Tools for Mathematics
Current Science Topics
Calculus in Different Variables and Optimisation
Discrete Mathematics Seminar
|3rd year||4th year|
|Differential Equations and Modelling I
Differential Equations and Modelling II
Complex and Fourier Analysis
Probability and Stochastic Modelling
|Bachelor's Degree Final Project|
|48 optional credits must be taken. Students can take subjects from specialisation tracks or opt for more general training.
Not all optional subjects are offered each year.
(1) All optional subjects are for 6 credits, except this one, which is for 12 credits.
In order to obtain a specialisation at least 30 credits must be taken for each track. The remaining optional credits can be made up of other subjects from the specialisation or from fourth year optional subjects.
|Specialisation in Statistics||Specialisation in Economatics|
|Specialisation in Mathematical Engineering||Specialisation in Fundamental Mathematics|
(2) Compulsory for obtaining the Specialisation in Fundamental Mathematics.