## Mathematics

Mathematics deals with understanding relationships in the world around us. By studying mathematics you will learn why and under what conditions different theorems and formulas are valid and how to apply mathematics in problem solving. You will not only learn to think and reason mathematically, but also develop your ability to draw logical conclusions. As a mathematician, you will be able to, for example, solve optimisation problems or perform statistical analyses, risk assessments and prognostic calculations. Your studies will include various areas of mathematics, including algebra, vector calculus, number theory, mathematical analysis, statistics, probability, financial mathematics and numerical mathematics.

The courses effectively combine mathematical theory and its applications in the form of lectures, practical assignments, demonstrations and classroom exercises. Majoring in Mathematics will give you plenty of opportunities. You can choose the general track if you aim at a career in academia. You can also choose the math teacher track. You can even choose to specialise in financial or insurance mathematics or applied mathematics. Your choice of specialisation will, to some extent, determine which minor subjects you can take. Computer Science, Statistics or Economics are excellent choices to support your specialisations. Chemical Engineering and Information Technology also offer numerous interesting courses related to Mathematics. For students majoring in any other subject, Mathematics is a useful minor subject.