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Overview

Mathematics has been international since ancient times and deals with objects, laws and problems that originally originate from concrete facts of perception, the natural sciences, technology and economics as well as many other areas, and which they become independent theories through abstraction over long periods of time and structures developed. The results obtained within the framework of such mathematical theories can in turn be applied in many areas of science and practice. Mathematical ways of thinking and working methods can be found today in many fields of knowledge, e.g. in the natural sciences and technology as well as in banking and insurance. The successful degree in mathematics qualifies for professions in which problem-solving skills are required, ie

The aim of the Bachelor (Bachelor of Science) is to impart all the basics that enable students to apply mathematical ways of thinking and working methods in various areas of application within and outside of research. In particular, they will be able to grasp and model a wide variety of questions, to cooperate with other mathematicians as well as experts from other fields of knowledge and practitioners and, above all, to independently familiarize themselves with new mathematical areas. The following competencies result in bullet points:
- Well-founded mathematical knowledge
- Basic ability to work scientifically
- Methodological competence and flexibility
- Ability to abstract, recognize analogies and basic patterns
- Conceptual, analytical and logical thinking
- Understanding the importance of mathematical modeling
- Basic knowledge of computer-aided simulation and mathematical software
- Solving a more extensive task than a bachelor thesis.

What distinguishes studying mathematics at the HU?

The Institute for Mathematics has a wide range of professorships with which research and teaching is carried out in many projects together with other Berlin universities: in the DFG research center MATHEON, in the special research area "Space, Time, Matter", in the Berlin Mathematical School, and many more

For the students, this results in a wide range of courses already in their bachelor's degree and the opportunity to specialize in many areas of mathematics. You can complete part of your studies at over 30 European partner institutions as part of Erasmus. An active student council supports their fellow students especially at the beginning of their studies.

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

Compulsory area (110 CP)

module designation scope
1 Analysis I

10 LP

2 Analysis II 10 LP
3 Analysis III 10 LP
4th Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry I. 10 LP
5 Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry II 10 LP
6th Algebra and Function Theory 10 LP
7th Numerical linear algebra 5 LP
8th Basics of numerical mathematics and optimization 10 LP
9 Stochastics I 10 LP
10 Introduction to Scientific Computing 5 LP
11 Project internship 5 LP
12th seminar 5 LP
  bachelor thesis 10 LP

Elective area (35 CP)

In the compulsory elective area, modules from the following table totaling 35 CP must be completed. Otherwise, the modules of the master’s degree in mathematics can also be used for the elective area of ??the bachelor’s degree.

module designation scope
13th Differential geometry 10 LP
14th Topology i 10 LP
15th Algebra II 10 LP
16 Number theory 10 LP
17th Functional analysis 10 LP
18th Partial differential equations 10 LP
19th Nonlinear Optimization 10 LP
20th Calculation of Variations and Optimal Controls 10 LP
21st Numerics of ordinary differential equations 10 LP
22nd Numerics of Partial Differential Equations I. 10 LP
23 Stochastic Financial Mathematics I 10 LP
24 Stochastics II 10 LP
25th Methods of Statistics 10 LP
26 Project internship II 5 LP

Interdisciplinary compulsory elective area (35 CP)

In the interdisciplinary compulsory elective area, modules from the module catalogs provided for this purpose in other subjects or central institutions totaling 20 credit points are to be completed freely; the subjects of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and those of the Faculty of Business and Economics located on the Adlershof campus are particularly recommended.

In addition, modules from the module catalogs provided for this purpose in other subjects or central institutions with a total of 15 CP must be completed of your choice ( http://agnes.hu-berlin.de/ ). Alternatively, up to 10 CP can be acquired through internships. An internship is a full-time internship of at least four weeks that is completed in a company or a research institution. A full-time internship of at least four weeks is credited with 5 CP after submitting an internship report; a full-time internship of at least eight weeks is credited with 10 credit points after submitting an internship report.

Offers in interdisciplinary. Compulsory elective area for other courses

module designation scope
1 Analysis I 10 LP
2 Analysis II 10 LP
4th Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry I. 10 LP
5 Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry II 10 LP

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A total of 180 credit points (CP *) must be acquired.

Mandatory range: . 110 LP including thesis
Professional main elective area: 35 LP
metadisciplinary elective area: 35 LP


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