Mathematicians are generalists who are able to recognize common basic patterns in various application situations, to develop suitable mathematical models and solution methods and to implement them in practice. This requires not only knowledge of mathematical methods but also basic knowledge in related fields (computer science, engineering, business studies). With a training profile of this kind, there are excellent career opportunities, for example in the automotive and aviation industries, in telecommunications and transport companies, in banks and insurance companies or with energy suppliers.
The concept of the Business and Technology Mathematics course is tailored precisely to these requirements: In the Bachelor’s program, students receive basic training in the mathematical disciplines of analysis, linear algebra, numerical mathematics, stochastics, statistics and optimization as well as in computer science and engineering. In the fifth and sixth semesters, students can choose from a wide range of elective subjects and test their acquired knowledge in an interdisciplinary internship.