BSc in Mathematics in Slovenia

Compare Bachelor of Science Degrees in Mathematics in Slovenia 2017

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A BSc stands for Bachelor of Science, and it is an undergraduate academic degree. Depending on the particular program, students who earn a BSc may choose to enter into a career or continue their education and earn an advanced degree.

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Top Bachelors of Science in Mathematics in Slovenia 2017

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B.Sc. in Mathematics

University of Primorska
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Slovenia Koper

The study programme closely combines the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science. In the following decade, major challenges in science will be posed in the area of integrating various scientific disciplines. [+]

Best BScs in Mathematics in Slovenia 2017. B.Sc. in Mathematics Type and level of qualification: first cycle: academic study programme Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) ECTS credits: 180 Structure: 29 courses (11 electives) and final project paper (6 ECTS) Obtained professional title in Slovene language: diplomirani matematik (UN) / diplomirana matematičarka (UN) / Abbreviation: dipl. mat. (UN) Field of study: Mathematics and statistics (ISCED 46); study programme: Mathematics; options: Discrete Mathematics, Financial Mathematics, Cryptography, Computer Intensive Methods and Applications, Statistics, General Mathematics,Theoretical Mathematics. Short programme description: The study programme closely combines the fields of Mathematics and Computer Science. In the following decade, major challenges in science will be posed in the area of integrating various scientific disciplines, where Mathematics (as a universal language of science) and Computer Science (as a field giving ground to ever more optimal exploitation of the richness of this language) may play a leading role. Therefore the study in the field of Mathematical Sciences should place particular emphasis on its use in other sciences and in concrete problems occurring not only in modern economy, but also in everyday life. Educational and professional goals: To demonstrate the importance of analytical thinking and argumentation, as well as usefulness of various mathematical problem-solving methods. To develop mathematical thinking, reasoning and argumentation in diverse mathematical areas. To recognise the connections between different mathematical theories and other natural and social sciences. To develop the capacity to analyse given data in the sense of reaching new conclusions. To teach students to employ modern technological tools (e.g. calculators, PCs, graphoscopes, projectors, etc.) in solving and demonstrating mathematical problems and concepts. To develop a sense for identifying and employing appropriate mathematical skills, knowledge and techniques (algebraic, numeric or graphic) in a given situation. [-]