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Course Requirements, from Autumn 2024

Students admitted to the Bachelor´s Programme in Mathematics in the Autumn semester of 2024 or later, shall study according to the following structure:

Compulsory courses, 75 credits 

Course codeCourse nameCreditsStudy period, study pace
MATA31Analysis in One Variable15 Every semester, half pace (in Swedish in spring)
MATA32Algebra and Vector Geometry7.5 Every semester, first half (in Swedish in spring)
NUMA01Computational Programming with Pyhon7.5 Every semester, second half
MATB21Analysis in Several Variables 17.5 Every semester, first half
MATB32Linear Algebra, new course from Spring 20257.5 Every semester, first half
MATB23Analysis in Several Variables 27.5 Spring semester, second half
MATB33Introduction to Higher Analysis, new course from Spring 20257.5 Spring semester, second half
MASA02Mathematical statistics, basic course15 Autumn semester, half pace

Alternative-compulsory courses, 30 credits 

Courses comprising 30 credits should be elected among the following courses (or corresponding):


Course codeCourse nameCreditsStudy period, study pace
MATB24Linear Analysis7.5 Every semester, first half
MATB25Discrete Mathematics7.5 Autumn semester, second half
MATC12Ordinary Differential Equations 17.5 Autumn semester, second half
MATM12Analytic Functions15  Autumn semester, half pace
MATM31Algebraic Structures7.5 Spring semester, second half
MATM35Number Theory7.5 Autumn semester, second half

Mathematical Statistics

Course codeCourse nameCreditsStudy period, study pace
MASC01Probability Theory7.5 Spring semester, first half
MASC02Inference Theory7.5 Spring semester, second half
MASC13Markov Processes7.5 Autumn semester, first half
MASC14Stationary Stochastic Processes7.5 Autumn semester, first half
MASC05Design of Experiments7.5 Spring semester, second half

Numerical Analysis

NUMA41Basic Course in Numerical Analysis7.5 Autumn semester, second half
NUMB11Numerical Linear Algebra7.5 Autumn semester, first half

Elective courses, 60 credits 

Courses comprising at least 30 credits in a subject other than mathematics, mathematical statistics and numerical analysis shall be included in the programme, while the remaining 30 credits are completely optional. Students are recommended to read more courses within the mathematical disciplines and focus on a direction of interest as a preparation for the Bachelor´s thesis.

Bachelor's Degree Project, 15 credits

Depending on courses chosen earlier in the programme, one may write the degree project in mathematics, statistics or numerical analysis: 

The course requirements for each course are specified in the official syllabi.