In the compulsory area of ??mathematics , basic knowledge, skills and abilities in mathematics are acquired. The first focal points are set in the direction of optimization and stochastics, which find particular application in economics.
The compulsory elective area of ??mathematics offers the opportunity to round off the mathematical profile of the degree.
The interdisciplinary elective and compulsory area gives you the space to acquire interdisciplinary skills ("soft skills" and consider mathematics from other perspectives).
The minor subject economics introduces the basics of business administration and economics and gives the opportunity to set initial priorities in this field of application
Since mathematics is a basic science, graduates of mathematics are in demand in almost all economic areas.
You take on both internal and external mathematical problems, record them, analyze them and treat them with the appropriate mathematical methods. Structured and analytical thinking is particularly in demand, as is the ability to abstract. Complex problems need to be solved with a systematic and targeted approach.
The job market in business, industry, administration and science has a need for well-trained mathematicians in a variety of professional fields. Potential employers can be insurance companies, banks, market and opinion research institutes, management consulting firms, software and system houses, engineering offices or research institutes.