Mathematics is the logical basis for most scientific and engineering disciplines. A bachelor’s degree in mathematics trains high-level mathematicians to work in research, industry, and education. Graduates work in R&D, and finances in a wide range of companies in the computer and high-tech industries, universities, research institutes, and schools. Due to ongoing research in advanced technology industries, the demand for mathematicians, whose training allows them to incorporate their knowledge in a broad range of areas, is increasing. The advantage of mathematics graduates over graduates from other scientific and engineering disciplines is their deep understanding of the foundations of mathematics and their fundamental and structured thinking, which is an asset in any field. The Faculty of Mathematics offers five separate registration tracks. Three tracks are under the exclusive responsibility of the Faculty of Mathematics: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science. Additionally, there is a joint undergraduate program with the Physics Faculty (Mathematics-Physics) and the Computer Science Faculty (Computer Science and Mathematics).

Mathematics provides the logical foundation for most scientific and engineering disciplines, making it an essential field of study. A bachelor’s degree in mathematics trains individuals to become high-level mathematicians who are equipped to work in a variety of fields, including research, industry, and education. Graduates go on to work in R&D, finance, and a wide range of computer and high-tech companies, universities, research institutes, and schools. With ongoing research in advanced technology industries, the demand for mathematicians continues to increase, as they can incorporate their knowledge in various areas.

What sets mathematics graduates apart from other scientific and engineering graduates is their deep understanding of the foundations of mathematics and their structured and fundamental way of thinking, which is an asset in any field.

The Faculty of Mathematics offers five different registration tracks to cater to diverse interests. Three tracks, namely Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics with Computer Science, are under the exclusive responsibility of the Faculty of Mathematics. Additionally, there is a joint undergraduate program with the Physics Faculty, known as Mathematics-Physics, and the Computer Science Faculty, known as Computer Science and Mathematics.

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