On completion of the program, a graduate:
Having completed the program in Mathematical Methods in Computer Science, a graduate will possess broad background knowledge in mathematics and informatics useful for work in international computing teams, especially ones where mathematical tools play an essential role.
He will be able to: construct, optimize and research the computational complexity of algorithms solving practical problems; construct and implement programs; service software packages used in engineering and statistical data processing; design and maintain databases. Through education in mathematics and IT skills, the postgraduate will be capable of interdisciplinary cooperation with professionals who use mathematics and informatics in their work and will be able to deepen his or her knowledge independently in response to rapidly changing demands.
A diploma of the completion of a higher education first degree (Bachelor) in Mathematics.
For MA studies (second cycle):
No work experience is required.
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