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Bachelor in Applied and Computational Mathematics (ACM)

Note: From Fall 2015, Jacobs University is implementing a new curriculum structure. As part of the restructuring of the majors, Mathematics and ACM will become a joint program with differentiation option between pure and applied topics, and a flexible choice of minor subjects.

Goals

  • Use advanced mathematical algorithms
  • on high performance computers
  • to solve real-world problems in engineering and science.

Specializations

Computational Biology Computational Mathematics Financial Mathematics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Systems biology
  • Biomedical modeling

From Fall 2015:
Bachelor in Mathematics
with a minor in
Computational Biology
  • Theoretical foundations
  • Modeling
  • Scientific computing

From Fall 2015:
Bachelor in Mathematics
with a minor in
Physics or Computer Science
  • Theoretical Foundations
  • Stochastic Processes
  • Assets and risk modeling

From Fall 2015:
Bachelor in Mathematics
with a minor in
Economics and Finance

 

 
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