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The principles expressed in the Bologna declaration determines the harmonious integration of different courses of study geared to meet academic and professional goals, thereby making them more attractive, encouraging mobility of students and teachers within the European Higher Education.
The 1. Nos courses of study promote the formation of a solid base and a global character framed in different areas of knowledge. The 2. Paragraphs courses of study contribute to the specialization of training courses, meeting the expectations, scientific or professional, licensees, providing mobility between different areas of knowledge.
The Technological Specialisation Courses (CET) narrow, in collaboration, the relationship between the UMa and the labor market responding to the needs of students wishing to continue their secondary school studies embarking on a vocational track, and training needs of professionals, that enhance their training by acquiring new skills that foster increased productivity in the workplace.
Mathematics is a broad discipline, strongly related to innovation, science and technology.
Mathematicians are very professional individuals who can have a career in many places.
Living with a constant learning desire and maintaining a sustained progress, are characteristics common to mathematicians and highly valued by employers.
Experts trained in mathematics by CCCE are particularly suitable for:
* Serving modeling, treatment and data analysis and advice on projects decision tables in businesses of all natures;
* Following a career that focuses more on the research, as the university.
* Advanced Functional Analysis
* Option 1 (Math)
* Stochastic Processes
* Computational Statistics
* Option M1
* Complementary Logic and Algebraic Structures
* Option L1
* Investment Projects Analysis
* Set Theory
* Statistic Complements
* Applications of Mathematics to other Sciences
* Option M2
* Combinatory Analysis
* Option L2
* Multivariate Data Analysis
* Option 2 (Math)
* Times Series and Forecasting