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Dierk Schleicher

Professor of Mathematics

dierk@jacobs-university.de

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Recommended Course Plans

In Mathematics, there are two main variants of the curriculum. In the regular variant, students will start out taking ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE MATHEMATICS and GENERAL MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE. Students following the regular variant will satisfy all degree requirements. Students with a strong Mathematics background will want to take the advanced variant which starts out with Analysis and Linear Algebra and moves to more advanced courses from there.

Intermediate or even more advanced variants are equally possible, subject only to the formal graduation requirements; students should generally try to take as demanding courses as possible.

Regular Variant

Year 1 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
ESM FOR MATHEMATICS   120111 5 m 120112 5 m
GENERAL MATHEMATICS & CPS   110101 5 m 110102 5 m
    incl. Natural Science Lab Units   110111 2.5 m 110112 2.5 m
First year courses in ESc subject     5 e   5 e
    Incl. Natural Science Lab Units     2.5 e   2.5 e
First year courses in second ESc subject [1]     5 e   5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   30 30   60 30  

Year 2 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
ANALYSIS   100211 7.5 m 100212 7.5 m
LINEAR ALGEBRA   100221 7.5 m 100222 7.5 m
PERSPECTIVES OF MATHEMATICS   100291 5 m 100292 5 m
Language Courses or Home School Electives     5 e   5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   90 30   120 30  

Year 3 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
SPECIALIZED MATHEMATICS COURSES     22.5 m   15 m
Guided Research/BSc Thesis Mathematics         100392 7.5 m
Language Courses or Home School Electives     2.5 e   2.5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   150 30   180 30  
C = ECTS credit points, T=type (m=mandatory, e=elective, u=university), Transdisciplinary Courses are School of Humanities and Social Sciences and University Studies Courses

Advanced Variant

Note: The course plan of the advanced variant exceeds the formal graduation requirements. By taking a moderate number of credits in excess of the required minimum, students can combine an excellent preparation for graduate study in Mathematics while still developing interests outside of the Mathematics major.


Year 1 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
ANALYSIS   100211 7.5 m 100212 7.5 m
LINEAR ALGEBRA   100221 7.5 m 100222 7.5 m
PERSPECTIVES OF MATHEMATICS   100291 5 m 100292 5 m
Mathematics Lab Units   110111 2.5 m 110112 2.5 m
Courses in ESc subject [1]     5 e   5 e
Associated Natural Science Lab Units     2.5 e   2.5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   35 35   70 35  

Year 2 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
SPECIALIZED MATHEMATICS COURSES     22.5 m   22.5 m
Language Courses or Home School Electives     5 e   5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   102.5 32.5   135 32.5  

Year 3 Courses   Fall C T Spring C T
Specialized/Advanced Courses     15 m   15 m
Guided Research/BSc Thesis Mathematics   100391 7.5 m 100392 7.5 m
Language Courses or Home School Electives     5 e   5 e
Transdisciplinary Courses     5 u   5 u
Running Total / Semester Total   167.5 32.5   200 32.5  

C = ECTS credit points, T=type (m=major, e=elective, u=university), Transdisciplinary Courses are School of Humanities and Social Sciences and University Studies Courses

Notes

  1. While language courses are optional and can be taken any time during the course of studies, students are advised to begin taking language courses early in addition to regular Engineering and Science electives.

Recommendation Professional Skills

The SES recommends attending the Professional Skills seminars offered by the Career Services Center. Those seminars include soft skills development seminars and application training which will help you to cope with your studies and master your internship and job search.

For more information on internships see http://www.jacobs-university.de/career-services/internship.



 

 
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