The mathematics bachelor's degree in Marburg is based on a clearly elaborated study program. The aim is to impart a broad theoretical basis of mathematical knowledge in connection with the study of a freely selectable minor. First of all, the basic concepts and ideas are conveyed and practiced in order to gradually advance to more complex and abstract contexts. The beginners' lecture "Fundamentals of Mathematics" makes it easier for you to get started with university mathematics and introduces you as a freshman to topics that are important in all areas of mathematics (e.g. proof techniques, propositional theory and set theory).
Special courses and an internship give you the opportunity to acquire interdisciplinary and personal key skills. Practical relevance and topicality are combined with a scientifically sound education, whereby mainly mathematical and scientific and less engineering methods are used. You can choose between the main areas of algebra, analysis, geometry, optimization, stochastics, numerics and discrete mathematics.
General higher education entrance qualification or subject-related higher education entrance
qualification 1 or technical college entrance qualification or master craftsman's examination as well as com parable qualifications in professional advancement training or professionally qualified persons
he university decides on the validity of the subject binding for this course.
free (no NC)
The fields of activity for mathematicians are very diverse and predominantly interdisciplinary. Since the fields of activity in which a solid knowledge of mathematics are required are continuously developing, there are excellent career prospects. Often, interesting, non-subject tasks are also carried out very successfully, as abstract-logical skills to analyze a problem and lead to a solution are also of great use in other areas, and innovation processes are particularly encouraged as a result.
Graduates can be found outside of universities and research institutions in practically all areas of industry and business. Mathematicians are particularly sought after in software development, banks and insurance companies, but also in the automotive industry. The ability to trace problems back to their fundamental core makes them particularly suitable for innovative professional fields such as cell and genetic research or IT security.
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