# Mathematics

## General information

The study programme of Mathematics is intended for students with a deep interest in mathematics. It provides not only knowledge of basic mathematical concepts and methods, but also develops logical and abstract thinking in order to prepare students for the follow-up studies in the Master's degree programmes. The study of basic mathematical courses is supplemented with elective courses which form the particular profile of the graduate.

### A successful graduate is able to

- explain fundamental results in the main branches of mathematics, namely mathematical analysis, statistics, algebra, and geometry
- present an overview of applications of mathematics and statistics in other branches of science

## Graduate employment

The Bachelor's degree programme of Mathematics is a general programme focusing on the preparation of applicants for the studies in the follow-up Master's degree programmes; however, it enables also a direct application in real life as the graduates may use their knowledge of the area of financial and insurance mathematics or computer science.

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 Mathematics

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

- Mathematical Analysis II
- Algebra I
- Linear Algebra and Geometry II
- Mathematical Seminary II
- Mathematics of Finance
- Computer Algebra Systems
- English for Mathematicians II
- Set Theory
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Introduction to Programming II
- Classical, relativistic, quantum and statistical physics

### 3rd semester

### 4th semester

- Measure and Integral
- Probability and Statistics II
- Numerical Methods I
- Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces
- Topology
- Set Theory
- Mathematical Seminary II
- Galois Theory
- Problem solving seminar
- Physical Education - Hiking
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Linear Algebra and Geometry II
- Linear programming
- Formal Languages and Automata
- Formela lab seminar

### 5th semester

- Bachelor Thesis 1 (M - neučitelské obory)
- Global Analysis
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Linear Algebra and Geometry III
- Ordinary Differential Equations I
- Numerical Methods II
- Rings and Modules
- Mathematical Programming
- Category Theory
- Graph Theory
- Electronic Typesetting and Publishing with TeX
- Model theory
- Popularization of Science
- Coding, Cryptography and Cryptographic Protocols
- Java
- Neural Networks
- Physical Education - Swimming
- Linear Models in Statistics I
- Number theory
- Exersices in Category Theory
- Problem solving seminar
- Introduction to Transparent Intensional Logic
- Formela lab seminar
- Mathematical Logic
- Database Systems
- Physical Education - Futsal

#### Additional information

http://www.math.muni.cz/pro-studenty/studium-bakalarske-studium.html