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The bachelor's programme in Technical Mathematics teaches students, on the basis of sound knowledge, the skills to identify mathematical and formal structures of a problem and to develop solutions. The programme focuses on the promotion of creative and formal thinking, the teaching of the most essential sub-disciplines and methods of mathematics, the combination of complex arguments and the training of the communication of mathematical contexts using up-to-date literature.

- Higher education institution:
- Technische Universität Wien
- Group of fields of study:
- Natural Sciences, Engineering Sciences

- Degree programme:
- Technical Mathematics
- Type:
- Bachelor programme
- Academic degree:
- Bachelor of Science, BSc
- Duration:
- 6 Semester / 180 ECTS*

- URL student information:
- http://www.math.tuwien.ac.at/
- Download curriculum:
- http://www.tuwien.ac.at/fileadmin/t/rechtsabt/downloads/Studienplaene_ab_Oktober_2011/Bachelorstudium_Technische_Mathematik.pdf

- Languages of instruction:
- Partly English
- Costs:
- Student Union fee: EUR 20,20
- Tuition fee - see Detailed information
- Stay abroad:
- Not compulsory
- Type of higher education institution:
- University
- Location:
- Wien
- Curriculum:
- published in the:
- MBl. 2016/17, Stk. 16 (Nr. 171)

The degree programme in Technical Mathematics deals with the basics of mathematics and their applications as well as basic knowledge in engineering and natural sciences. Students can choose topics from electrical engineering, computer sciences, physics and mechanics.

The bachelor's programme in Technical Mathematics consists of compulsory subjects and modules, respectively, elective subjects to be chosen from a list, in the following areas: natural sciences and electrical engineering; theoretical and practical computer sciences; algebra, discreet mathematics and geometry; statistics and probability theory; analysis, numerics and scientific computing; and elective subjects which can be chosen freely to specialise in certain areas. The compulsory subjects include analysis and basics, analysis and applications, linear algebra, probability theory and statistics, numerical mathematics and computer mathematics, seminar and practical training and applications. To complete the programme students have to write a seminar paper within the framework of a seminar. This serves as a preparation for the bachelor's thesis.

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