Studying and Teaching at the Department of Mathematics

Courses of Studies in Mathematics

Information on Teaching in Winter Semster 2020/21

The Department of Mathematics is currently preparing to offer almost all teaching courses in mathematics with physical presence. Especially, the exercises for the basic lectures will take place with physical presence in lecture rooms. Beyond that we will offer as many lectures with physical presence as possible. The advanced courses ["Aufbaumodul" in Sec. B of the modules manual [Modulhandbuch]] have to be held virtually, the corresponding exercises will partially be held with physical presence and partially with digital media. Similarly, this also holds for the remaining lectures (specialized courses, ...). Please look for information in CampusOnline, in E-Learning or from the corresponding lecturer.

(date: September, 2020)

The Department of Mathematics offers bachelor and master courses of studies with the degrees B.Sc. (Bachlor of Science) and M.Sc. (Master of Science) in Mathematics. All Master's Programmes are offered in English on demand.

From winter semester 2020/2021 on, the Department of Mathematics offers the new programme of study "Computational Mathematics (B.Sc.)" which – on top of a profound mathematical training – offers a special focus on methods relevant for applications and on algorithms which are realized by the computer . As speciality the studying course offers to focus rather early on three specialization areas, simulation and optimization of dynamical systems, data analysis and approximation, or algorithmic algebra and data security.

From winter semester 2019/2020 on, the Department of Mathematics offers the elite programme of study "Scientific Computing, Master of Science (M.Sc.)". This master course of study is funded by the Elite Network of Bavaria and is one of the only two new programmes of study of the Elite Network in Bavaria.

Bachelor of Science / Master of Education for High School Teachers ["Gymnasium"]

Information on high school teachers is only relevant for German speaking students. Please refer therefore to the German web pages [de].

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