# Modelling and Calculations

## General information

In view of the quick changes in the world around us, there is a strong need for people who understand the mathematical background of the wide areas of exact and social sciences, and who are also able to use information technology effectively. The ability to communicate across the traditional borders of branches is also essential. The modular structure including mathematics, informatics, and specific natural or social sciences represents our response to this challenge. The study programme of Modelling and Calculations links mathematics, informatics, and other branches. It is a quickly developing multidisciplinary area connected to natural sciences, economics, and technical sciences.

The goal of this study programme is to provide the students with real education focusing on applied mathematics, and prepare them for the follow-up studies in the Master's degree programmes.

### A successful graduate is able to

- prove deeper mathematical thinking oriented also towards different branches of exact and social sciences
- gain an orientation in the basic methods of applied mathematics and statistics
- use modern computational tools

## Graduate employment

In cooperation with experts in various branches (according to the particular specialization) they can participate in solving specific scientific as well as real life problems. The graduates can find employment in the areas of data processing and analysis. They are expected to work in interdisciplinary institutions.

Faculty | Faculty of Science |
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Type of study | bachelor's |

Mode | full-time |

Standard length of studies | 3 years |

Language of instruction | czech |

## Field of study combinations

#### Field combinations with Modelling and Calculations

This field of study is only offered in single-subject study mode

## Admission Requirements

The Learning Potential Test (Czech only)

##### Recommended literature

Passing the Learning Potential Test is not based on any special reading. Examples of previous years' tests can be found on http://www.muni.cz/study/admission/tsp

##### Evaluation criteria

The Learning Potential Test results

## Frequently enrolled courses

Recommended study plans and other information can be found in the faculty study catalouge.

### 1st semester

### 2nd semester

- Numerical calculations II
- Modeling and Simulation
- Differential and Integral Calculus B
- File Structures
- Principles of low-level programming
- Principles of Computer Graphics
- English for Mathematicians II
- Deterministic models
- Algorithms and data structures I
- Computer Networks
- Physical Education- Fitness
- Academic Writing
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Algebra I
- Formal Languages and Automata
- Introduction to Logic
- UNIX
- Information Law
- Introduction to Visual Communication
- Selected chapters in the Theory of Mind
- Grammar Practice on-line

### 3rd semester

- Mathematical modelling - introduction
- Database Systems
- Numerical calculations III
- Continuous Models and Statistics B
- Mathematical Software
- Time series
- Non-Imperative Programming
- Foundations of Programming
- Java
- Microeconomics 1
- Discrete mathematics B
- General Chemistry
- General Chemistry - sem.
- Chemical Information Search
- Introduction to Programming I
- Electronic Typesetting and Publishing with TeX
- Continuous deterministic models I
- Deterministic models
- Modeling and Simulation
- Differential and Integral Calculus B
- Principles of Computer Graphics
- C++ Programming

### 4th semester

- Numerical calculations IV
- Discrete mathematics B
- Deterministic models
- Spectral Analysis of Time Series
- UNIX
- Macroeconomics 1
- Computer Algebra Systems
- Seminar in Java programming
- English for Mathematicians II
- Non-linear dynamics
- Continuous deterministic models II
- Algorithms and data structures I
- Programming Numerical Computations
- Introduction to Development in C#/.NET
- English Online

### 5th semester

- Statistical modelling
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Bachelor Thesis 1 (M - neučitelské obory)
- Linear and Adaptive Data Analysis
- Continuous deterministic models I
- Spectral Analysis I
- Introduction to Econometrics
- Financial Markets
- Mathematical modelling - introduction
- Structural bioinformatics
- Advanced Physical Chemistry
- Advanced Physical Chemistry - seminar
- Nonequilibrium systems
- Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling I
- Computational Chemistry and Molecular Modeling I seminar
- Introduction to Quantum Chemistry and Electronic Structure of Molecules
- English for Mathematicians I
- Electronic Typesetting and Publishing with TeX
- Automata and Grammars
- Coding, Cryptography and Cryptographic Protocols
- Introduction to Information Technologies
- Computer-Systems Architectures
- Computer Systems
- Protection of Data and Information Privacy
- Analysis and Visualization of Economic Data
- Economic Policy 1
- Principles of Economics
- Corporate Economics
- Statistics 1

### 6th semester

- Non-linear dynamics
- Problems and contexts in mathematics
- Bachelor Thesis 2 (M - neučitelské obory)
- State examination Bc, Mathematics
- Computer Algebra Systems
- Continuous deterministic models II
- Deterministic models
- Time Series
- Information processing and visualization in chemistry
- Methods of Quantum Chemistry
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- English for Mathematicians II
- Algebra I
- Functional Analysis I
- Game Theory
- Introduction to Logic
- Principles of Computer Graphics
- Principles of low-level programming
- Domain specific development in C/C++
- Authentication and Access Control
- Physical Education - Zumba
- Insurance Industry 1
- Big Data with SQL

#### Additional information

Information about the study programme is published on

the website of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (www.math.muni.cz) in the section "For Students".