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Course outline

Acquired skills

These are the main competences for which this degree will qualify you:

  • T1. To understand the purpose, methods and utility of the different areas of mathematics and identify its basic concepts and fundamental results.
  • T10. To use tools for searching for bibliographic resources in mathematics.
  • T2. To understand rigorous explanations of certain classical theorems in different areas of mathematics.
  • T3. To know how to abstract structural properties (of mathematical objects, of observed reality, and of other ambits) distinguishing them from those of a purely occasional nature and know how to use mathematical reasoning in that abstract context.
  • T4. To solve mathematical problems using basic skills in calculus and others, planning their resolution according to the tools available and of any restrictions in terms of time and resources.
  • T5. To apply both the knowledge and the ability for analysis and abstraction acquired in the definition and consideration of problems and in the search for their solutions in both academic and professional contexts.
  • T6. To gather and interpret data, information and relevant results on problems of a scientific and technological nature, or in other fields that require the use of mathematical tools.
  • T7. To know how to use IT applications and design programs for experimenting and solving mathematical problems in the computational environment suited to each case.
  • T8. To understand and use the language of mathematics. To communicate both in writing and orally mathematical knowledge, procedures, results and ideas.
  • T9. To develop those learning skills required for pursuing further studies with a high degree of autonomy.