BA Programme of Mathematics prepares specialists in the following areas: Algebra, Geometry, Differential Equations, Mathematical Analysis, Complex Analysis and Topology, Probabilities and Statistics, Operation Studies, Mathematical Logic, Mathematical Modelling, Mechanics. Students are given the opportunity to choose courses according to their interests, which will deepen their knowledge in the mathematical direction they have decided on.
Тhe curriculum provides excellent training for the students in the different fields of Mathematics. The syllabuses include basic theoretical fields such as: Algebra, Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus, Probabilities and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Mechanics, Complex Analysis, Mathematical Logic, Differential Equations, Mathematical Optimization. Particular attention is also paid to courses related to the application of mathematics and informatics. Through a variety of optional courses, practices and opportunities for internships, the training aims to adapt students to the specifics of their future careers.
Students in Mathematics, graduating the FMI, have in-depth theoretical knowledge and practical skills to solve basic mathematical problems that have arisen in scientific research or in practice:
- They have fundamental knowledge in the following mathematical fields: Algebra, Geometry, Differential and Integral Calculus, Probabilities and Statistics, Numerical Methods, Mechanics, Complex Analysis, Mathematical Logic, Differential Equations, Mathematical Optimization.
- They have fundamental knowledge in the following fields of Informatics: Data Structures and Algorithms, Discrete Mathematics, Object-Oriented Programming. They have programming language skills for procedural and object-oriented programming.
- They are able to apply their theoretical knowledge in solving practical problems.
- They have acquired skills to independently search for the necessary information in literary sources.
Students in this BA programme have good opportunities to continue their MA and PhD studies and follow-up careers as lecturers and researchers in higher schools and research institutes. At the same time, their solid mathematical preparation makes them particularly suitable candidates for specialization in a number of fields of application such as Mathematical Economics, Cognitive Sciences, Linguistics, Biology, Philosophy, etc.