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Mathematics and Applications

 1st Cycle Degree     Departamento de Matemática [Portuguese]

Study plan   Mathematics and Applications
DGES code
Assessment/Accreditation/Registration A3ES Accreditation, 05-06-2019
DGES Registration R/A-Cr 32/2019, 02-07-2019
ECTS 180


Profile of the programme The first cycle degree program in Mathematics and Applications is aimed at equipping students with a coherent body of knowledge and skills in Mathematics in order to enable them to understand, formulate and solve problems, both theoretical and practical, using the specific methods of this area
Students can also choose either a Minor in Economics or a Minor in Computer Science. These minors aim to offer students the opportunity to explore to a brief but substantial degree the areas of Economics and Computer Science. They can also choose a Minor in Mathematics
Future graduates will be able to: obtain employment in sectors of activity where there exist a significant demand for professionals with strong mathematical skills; pursue an academic specialization in áreas such as Mathematics, Mathematical Education, Economics and Computer Science.
Key learning outcomes Graduates will have a solid grounding not only in core areas of Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Analysis, Modeling, Probability and Statistics) but also by choice in areas where Mathematics plays a key role, such as Economics and Computer Science, that will allow them to: 1. understand and construct logical mathematical arguments; 2. solve mathematical problems that require creative reasoning with different levels of abstraction.; 3. use mathematical ideas to model real-world problems; 4. use mathematical and computational tools to analyze data and evaluate critically the results; 5. develop multidisciplinary work; 6. communicate mathematical ideas. Graduates will thus be able to: 1.pursue a second cycle of studies in Mathematics, Mathematics Teaching, Computer Science, Economics or related areas. 2. begin rewarding careers in sectors of activity such as data science, logistics and transport, telecommunications, banking and actuarial science.
Occupational profiles of graduates Teaching, investigation, data science, logistics and transport, telecommunications, banking and actuarial science.
Learning facilities The University of Beira Interior offers infrastructures of very good quality (including conventional classrooms, laboratories, computer rooms, study rooms and library), as well as modern computing resources.

Departamento de Matemática

Rua Marquês D'Ávila e Bolama
6201-001 Covilhã
275 242 091

Course Coordinator(s)

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Course Director
Isabel Maria Romano da Cunha
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Mobility coordinator
Helder Soares Vilarinho
Note: The information contained in these pages does not relieve consultation of official documents. Last updated on: 2019-07-09

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