Learning outcomes

The in-depth minor in mathematics contributes to the acquisition of the knowledge and skills appropriate to the Bachelor of Mathematics:

  • disciplinary basics needed to pursue studies in mathematics or in closely related fields.
  • capacity for abstract thought and critical spirit
  • skills in scientific communication
  • independent learning

These skills are detailed in the presentation of the programme for the Bachelor in Mathematics. Depending on the courses chosen, the student will have acquired supplementary training in closely related disciplines (physics, statistics and probability, economics, computing, applied mathematics). These courses help to develop the capacity for the analysis, in depth and from a variety of points of view, of a mathematical problem or a complex system belonging to scientific disciplines other than mathematics, in order to extract the essential features and to relate them to the most suitable theoretical tools.