The single cycle (integrated) master study programme Mathematics education is designed for the education of mathematics teachers in high schools.
The structure and scope of its pedagogical courses meet the requirements for teaching of mathematics as an independent subject on all levels of pre-university education. Graduates of the programme can continue their studies in the third cycle.
They are qualified to teach mathematics in all types of high schools. They can find employment in institutions involved in the development of education. Given their ability of analytical thinking, they can also find employment in the business sector.
The aim of the program Applied Physics is education of qualified specialists who are able to use the acquired physical and technical knowledge in the working process of technological, measurement, diagnostic and computer-modelling sector of the economy and elsewhere.
The program is practically oriented and intended for training of specialists in research and industrial laboratories as well as in other institutions that rely on high-tech equipment.
The professional bachelor study programme Practical mathematics is designed to train and educate professionals capable of application of their mathematical knowledge in the working process in communications and information technology, technology, logistics, and elsewhere.
Graduates of the professional study programme can find employment in the information technology sector of the economy (computer programmers, IT developers, system administrators, and customer support employees), the technology and logistic sector, statistical companies at survey planning and statistical data analysis, financial institutions at information technology and mathematical support, the public sector, and elsewhere.
The academic bachelor study programme Financial mathematics is accredited to create experts capable of solving hard mathematical problems arising in the banking and insurance sector, in trading activities of stock exchanges and brokerage firms, and in management of pension and health funds.
Graduates of this study program also acquire enough theoretical knowledge to be able to proceed to the master study programme Financial mathematics. Graduates should possess basic knowledge of mathematics, economics and finance, as well as informatics, and should be able to solve non-deterministic problems with the help of probability theory and statistics, solve deterministic problems with the help of optimisation methods and operations research, compute approximate solutions with the help of numerical methods, and use computers to solve problems and present results.
Graduates of the academic bachelor study programme Financial Mathematics can find employment in banks and insurance companies, stock exchanges and brokerage firms, pension and health benefits companies, both the public sector and agencies as well as in the private sector, for example the logistic sector (optimisation).
The academic bachelor study programme Mathematics is designed to qualify students for solving hard mathematical problems arising in industry, in the public sector and in sciences.
At the same time, graduates of the programme are equipped with the core knowledge necessary for studies in the second cycle.
Mathematics is the link between natural sciences, engineering, social sciences and computer sciences. Therefore, any graduate of Mathematics should be able to model a practical problem mathematically, qualitatively analyse the obtained mathematical problems, conceive algorithms to solve them, implement those algorithms using appropriate programming tools, analyse and present the results.
Graduates are eligible for employment in the technology and logistic sector of the economy, banks and insurance companies, research and planning institutions, technology parks and the public sector.
The main goal of the bachelor study program Physics is to educate an expert capable of solving problems occurring in investigations of natural phenomena in a broad sense, and in the narrower sense in the study of properties and structure of matter as well as physical properties of materials. Becoming acquainted with modern technologies and information systems is the key ingredient.
The orientation in astronomy offers experience in a variety of problems encountered in studies of physical phenomena in space.
The orientation in physics education is intended for students who wish to obtain a solid knowledge of fundamental physics and acquire the skill of communicating scientific results to a general audience.
The orientation in meteorology is designed to equip students with capablility of solving problems in basic physics of atmospheric phenomena and to understand the fundamentals of their mathematical description in weather and climate models as well as geophysics and interdisciplinary areas.