The requirements for the Degree in Mathematics are 240 ECTS units as specified below. In particular the students must pass a) all core courses (COR), b) four Compulsory Elective courses (COME) from four distinct specializatios and c) at least twelve more courses: of these at most five might be free Elective (FELC) while the rest might be additional Compulsory Elective course (COME) or Elective Courses (ELC).The examination is oral/written or in an assignment form.
The aim of the undergraduate study programme (UPS) provided by the Schoool of Mathemetics is to train students to the study and comprehension of the science of mathematics as well as its applications in other sciences and new technologies.
Upon the successful completion of their studies and based upon the courses taken the graduates can teach mathematics in Secondary Education and work in the puplic or private sector wherever applications of methematics is required, for example Statistics, Financial Mathematics, Business Management, etc. They can also choose to continue to graduate studies leading to basic and applied research in mathematics.
Graduates of the school of Mathematics, further to the basic knowledge of their discipline and profession are able to: 1) apply knowledge in practice, 2) communicate in a foreign language, 3) search, process, analyse and synthesize data and information, use also the necessary technologies, 4)adapt to novel situations and make decisions, 5) work independently or in groups in international and/or interdisciplinary contexts, 6) generate new research ideas and design and manage projects, 7) respect deversity, multiculturalism and the natural environment, 8) demonstrate social, professional and moral responsibility and sensitivity to gender issues, 9) view themselves as well as other critically, 10) promote free, inductive and deductive thinking.