The Bachelor's degree programme in mathematics offers a solid and broad education in mathematics. Its goal is to introduce students to fundamental mathematical terms, structures and methods, complemented with a basic knowledge of physics and computer science. The knowledge, the practised scientific thinking and the interdisciplinary competencies acquired during the Bachelor's programme prepare students for the challenging subsequent Master's programmes. The technical and methodological knowledge base is supplemented by freely chosen courses of general education from the humanities, social sciences and political sciences.
Computational Science and Engineering
The Bachelor's degree programme in computational science and engineering (CSE) offers an education in computer-aided engineering and sciences. The courses are interdisciplinary, application and solution-oriented, and fundamentally support the use of computers. In addition to gaining knowledge in application areas in natural and engineering sciences, students are taught the corresponding mathematical methods and informatics’ tools. The Bachelor's programme aims to prepare students primarily for the subsequent Master's programmes.