What do you do with this course of study?
The answer is simple: You solve problems. When experts cannot achieve progress with standardised solutions, mathematicians and computer scientists develop new opportunities for action and implement them with software technology. This is why they are indispensable in almost all industries: such as insurance companies, banks, computer companies, engineering offices, research institutes, management consultancies, web agencies and, of course, data processing centres.
What is the sequence of studies?
The dual course of study is divided into core studies (1st-3rd semester) and specialisation studies. Core studies focus on the fundamentals of mathematics with analysis, linear algebra and stochastics on the one hand, and informatics with the programming language Java, a second programming language, algorithms and methods of software development on the other hand.
During specialisation studies, the subject of numerics comes next in the field of mathematics. Computer networks and IT systems are mandatory subjects in the area of informatics. In addition, there is a wide range of electives, which allows for an individual focus. These include, for example, various programming languages, advanced subjects in mathematics (stochastic processes, numerics, mathematical simulation, operations research) and informatics (script programming, Internet technologies, software development, multithreading, artificial intelligence, multimedia technology, media didactics, mobile applications, etc.). In addition, various areas of application and general competences are offered. These include, for example, business studies, physics, quality management, robotics, labour and collective bargaining law, lecturing techniques, technical-scientific publishing, to name but a few.
What does "Dual studies with integrated training" mean?
Naturally, the training contract also contains obligations, among other things:
Degree Programme: Angewandte Mathematik und Informatik / Scientific Programming (degree programme with integrated training)
Admission Requirements: Entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences or general university entrance qualification | Apprenticeship as Mathematical Technical Software Developer (degree programme with integrated training)
Degree: Bachelor of Science & MATSE (Mathematical Technical Software Developer, IHK)
Access to Further Study Opportunities: postgraduate Master's degree programmes, e.g. Technomathematik und Energiewirtschaftsinformatik (Master of Science) at FH Aachen
Prescribed Period of Study: 6 semesters, 180 credits
Admission: for the winter semester
Application: at one of the three study locations or to one of the training companies
Place of Study: Jülich, Köln or Aachen (depending on training place)
Language of Instruction: German
Vocational training plus studies equals the start of a career. You can count on the best career prospects, because your dual degree gives you access to exciting and varied fields of work in industry and research. Be it in the field of simulation and optimisation, product development, statistical quality control, software development or process and data modelling: You will turn findings from science and research into clear technical concepts which can be implemented with a reasonable amount of resources and work. In general, the following fields of activity can be identified:
Recently, the areas of environmental simulation, product assurance, quality control and management have also been added.
Postgraduate Master's Degree Programme Angewandte Mathematik und Informatik (M. Sc.)
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