Overview

The course aims at a broad and integrated knowledge and understanding of the scientific foundations of the subjects computer science, mathematics and physics (IMP) as well as the parallels and relationships between these disciplines and their methods, a critical understanding of the most important theories, principles and methods of the subjects, in-depth Knowledge stocks in special areas of one or more of the three disciplines, the ability to apply knowledge and understanding in the context of an activity or a profession, in particular for activities and professions with a scientific component and with interdisciplinary requirements.
The students acquire skills for the independent development and further development of technical problem solutions and arguments and the independent design of further learning processes, the competencies necessary to gain, evaluate and interpret relevant information and the derivation of scientifically founded judgments and the ability to formulate and argumentatively defend subject-related positions and problem solutions and master the exchange with representatives of the subjects involved as well as with laypeople and the assumption of responsibility.
Successful completion of the degree qualifies for professions that require skills and competencies in the field of computer science, mathematics and / or physics. In particular, the course enables students to take up a subsequent master’s course in at least one of these subjects and then forms a basis for activities with a scientifically shaped requirement profile. It qualifies in a special way for activities that require analytical problem-solving skills and benefit from a broad technical perspective, and thus for a variety of professions in business and science.

The spectrum of tasks in science and practice in the three subjects of mathematics, physics and computer science is wider and wider than ever before.
As a result, the demand for experts who have mastered the methods and ways of thinking from more than one subject is growing steadily.
Students who want to acquire such skills currently either have to undergo extensive self-didactic training or take up a second degree.
The IMP bachelor's degree is aimed at this target group: broadly interested students who consistently think outside the box and want to get to know and master different perspectives, including their interrelationships.
The wide range of options in the later course of the course then enables concentration on one of the subjects in the focus without losing sight of the other two disciplines.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Monobachelor Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics with 240 CP

Compulsory area (145 CP)

Basic modules from
- Computer Science (38 CP) 
- Mathematics (51 CP) 
- Physics (39 CP)

Scientific Computing (5 CP)

Bachelor thesis and defense (12 CP)

Specialized specialization (40 CP)

Modules from all three subjects of the course, each with options:
- Computer Science: 8 CP
- Mathematics: 10 CP
- Physics: 22 CP

Major subject (28 - 35 CP)

One of the subjects computer science, mathematics or physics is to be studied as a major. In other words, you study further modules from the subject chosen as a major:
- In the case of computer science as a major, another 28-35 CP (depending on the selected modules).
- In the case of mathematics as a major, another 30-35 CP (depending on the modules chosen).
- In the case of physics as a major, a further 29-35 CP (depending on the selected modules).

Interdisciplinary elective area (20 - 27 CP)

The modules to the extent of 10 CP can be freely selected from the module catalog of the general elective area of ??other subjects or central institutions: http://agnes.hu-berlin.de/

In addition, further modules from the following catalog must be completed so that a total of 240 credit points are achieved in the course. The modules introduced may not originate from the chosen specialization subject, and only modules may be introduced that have not already been introduced in the subject elective area

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A total of 240 credit points (CP *) must be acquired.

Compulsory area: 145 CP, including bachelor thesis and its defense (10 CP + 2 CP )
Specialized
specialization: 40
CP Main subject: 28 - 35 CP Compulsory elective area: 20 - 27 CP


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