Bachelor in Mathematical Engineering

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Bachelor in Mathematical Engineering

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Description

Programme:
Undergraduate
Delivery method:
Face-to-face
Language:
Spanish
Credits:
240 ECTS

This Bachelor in Mathematical Engineering is designed to provide society with data scientists, experts who combine a solid and consistent mathematical background with IT training focused on computing, understood as the intersection between Mathematics and Computer Science. Our graduates specialise in reliable and efficient data representation, storage, management and extraction, which enables them to tackle all kinds of digital projects in sectors such as banking, finance, insurance, logistics or any other areas that apply Industry 4.0 technologies.

A door
to a new future

Curriculum

CUNEF Universidad Bachelor in Mathematical Engineering consists of 240 ECTS, distributed as follows:

  • 60 basic ECTS (compulsory courses)
  • 132 ECTS (compulsory courses)
  • 42 ECTS (elective courses)
  • 6 ECTS for the Final Degree Project

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Search, Treatment and Use of Information6Compulsory
Algebra and Geometry6Basic
Calculus6Basic
Programming I6Basic
Statistics6Basic
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 30

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Physics6Basic
Linear Algebra6Basic
Mathematical Analysis I6Basic
Programming II6Basic
Critical Thinking and Argumentation3Compulsory
Verbal and Written Communication Skills3Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 30

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Numerical Calculus I6Compulsory
Mathematical Analysis II6Compulsory
Linear Geometry6Basic
Topology6Compulsory
Probability Calculus6Basic
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 30

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Numerical Calculus II6Compulsory
Mathematical Analysis III6Compulsory
Algebraic Structures6Compulsory
Algorithm Analysis and Design6Compulsory
Statistical Inference6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 30

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Artificial Intelligence6Compulsory
Ordinary Differential Equations6Compulsory
Itinerary Elective (1)6Elective
Stochastic Processes6Compulsory
Itinerary Elective (2)6Elective
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM30

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Data Analysis and Information Extraction6Compulsory
Partial Differential Equations6Compulsory
Itinerary Elective (3)6Elective
Signal Theory: Fourier Analysis6Compulsory
Curves and Surfaces6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 30

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Numerical Simulations in Engineering6Compulsory
Simulations in Engineering: Production Logistics, Management and Control6Compulsory
Neural Networks and Deep Learning6Compulsory
Machine Learning6Compulsory
Visualisation Techniques6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 30

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Itinerary Elective (4)6Elective
Itinerary Elective (5)6Elective
Final Degree Project6Compulsory
Elective Courses (2) or Internships12Elective
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 30

Career Outcomes

Mathematical Engineering graduates can choose between entering the job market at an executive level or furthering their education in scientific or technological disciplines that require good mathematical and IT skills. Thanks to globalisation and the growing presence of new technologies across all businesses, the need for professionals with the necessary digital capabilities is constantly rising. Today’s industries need to embrace digital transformation to find their place in this increasingly digitalised world and meet the needs of their potential markets.

Software analysts and developers are still in high demand in the job market, and mathematical engineers are well-positioned for a career leading projects based on changing technologies. Additionally, companies increasingly seek experts in the world of data, also known as data scientists, and our graduates in Mathematical Engineering match this profile perfectly.