Informatics-Mathematics-Economy, Bachelor's, 3 years
- Years3 Years
- ECTS credits180
What you Learn
Required Learning Outcomes
On completion of the study programme the candidate will have the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence:
- has a broad knowledge of computer science, statistics and economic theory.
- is able to convey basic insight from the models, in an intuitive way.
- has sufficient mathematical, statistical and programming skills to model economic problems,
- can use a broad range of methods from statistics and computer science to analyse economic and industrial problems,
- masters classical fields of mathematics such as calculus and linear algebra, as well as basic programming,
- and is able to participate in projects in system development and programming.
The candidate is able to
- work in individual and collaborative settings,
- analyse and evaluate legal and ethical aspects of his/her own work,
- give a critical and thoughtful view of his/her own and collaborator's work,
- and to expand his/her field of knowledge on his/her own.