Third Year Applied Mathematics

Applied Mathematics (AM) is a three-year bachelor programme. Each year is divided into four quarters, each consisting of ten weeks. The academic calendar specifies these weeks as well as the holidays taken into account. Each quarter consists of 15 European Credits (EC). The curriculum has a total of 180 EC, meaning students are expected to earn 60 EC per year. Each year consists of four modules, each with their own theme within the programme. During the first semester of the third year, you as a student have the opportunity to follow a minor of your own choice.

  • Modules 9 & 10: Minor

    In the first semester of the third year of the Bachelor's programme Applied Mathematics, you choose a minor.

  • Module 11: Electives & Preparation Bachelor’s Thesis

    The last semester of the programme contains Reflection on Mathematical Research, the Bachelor’s Assignment, and elective courses. Reflection on Mathematical Research I is the preparation of the student's Bachelor’s Assignment. In Module 11 (Osiris), students follow the course

    • Reflection on Mathematical Research I

    and two electives from the following list:

    Moreover, the students will choose a subject for their Bachelor's Assignment and start with the literature research of their assignment.

  • Module 12: Finalising Bachelor’s Thesis

    In the last module (Osiris) of the Bachelor programme Applied Mathematics, students will focus on their Bachelor's Assignment. Besides, two courses complete this module.

    • Bachelor's Assignment
    • Reflection on Mathematical Research II
    • Complex Function Theory