Double Bachelor in Economics and Mathematical Engineering

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Double Bachelor in Economics and Mathematical Engineering

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Description

Programme:
Undergraduate
Delivery method:
Face-to-face
Language:
Spanish
Credits:
360 ETCS

This Double Bachelor in Economics and Mathematical Engineering provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to design mathematical models and develop specific software to meet the challenges of the “new digital economy”.

The Bachelor in Economics enables students to analyse economic reality using a rigorous, quantitative and critical approach. They can apply this approach to different contexts, including macroeconomic and financial analysis, business management or public policy analysis. Economics has evolved into an empirical science that uses theoretical frameworks to analyse and understand data. Students will develop the necessary professional skills and knowledge to identify and anticipate opportunities, allocate resources, organise information, recruit and motivate people, make decisions, reach goals and assess results.

A door
to a new future

The 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.

Curriculum

CUNEF Universidad Double Bachelor in Economics and Mathematical Engineering consists of 366 ECTS, distributed as follows:

 

 

  • 342 ECTS (compulsory courses)
  • 12 ECTS for Internships
  • 12 ECTS for the Final Degree Projects

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Search, Treatment and Use of Information6Compulsory
Algebra and Geometry6Compulsory
Calculus6Compulsory
Statistics6Compulsory
Introduction to Economics6Compulsory
Economic History6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 36

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Physics6Compulsory
Linear Algebra6Compulsory
Mathematical Analysis I6Compulsory
Programming I6Compulsory
Business Economics6Compulsory
Accounting Information Systems6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 36

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Programming II6Compulsory
Mathematical Analysis II6Compulsory
Linear Geometry6Compulsory
Topology6Compulsory
Microeconomics: Demand, Supply and Market Structure6Compulsory
Economic Environment6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 36

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Banking and Other Financial Institutions6Compulsory
Mathematical Analysis III6Compulsory
Algebraic Structures6Compulsory
Probability Calculus6Compulsory
Microeconomics: General Equilibrium Models and Factor Markets6Compulsory
Financial Markets6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 36

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Numerical Calculus I6Compulsory
Algorithm Analysis and Design6Compulsory
Statistical Inference6Compulsory
Game Theory6Compulsory
Organisational Economics6Compulsory
Macroeconomics6Compulsory
Critical Thinking and Argumentation6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 30

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Data Analysis and Information Extraction6Compulsory
Ordinary Differential Equations6Compulsory
Artificial Intelligence6Compulsory
Information Economics6Compulsory
Public Economics6Compulsory
Econometrics6Compulsory
Communication Skills3Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 39

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Banking and Monetary Economics6Compulsory
Innovation and Technological Change6Compulsory
Industrial Organisation6Compulsory
Neural Networks and Deep Learning6Compulsory
Machine Learning6Compulsory
Stochastic Processes6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 36

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Predictive Models6Compulsory
Financial and Monetary Macroeconomics6Compulsory
Regulations and Competition Policies6Compulsory
Curves and Surfaces6Compulsory
Numerical Calculus II6Compulsory
Partial Differential Equations6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 36

Fall Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Simulations in Engineering: Production Logistics, Management and Control6Compulsory
Signal Theory: Fourier Analysis6Compulsory
Visualisation Techniques6Compulsory
Behavioural Economics6Compulsory
Economic Growth6Compulsory
Corporate Finance6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS FALL TERM 36

Spring Term

COURSEECTSTYPE
Numerical Simulations in Engineering6Compulsory
Final Degree Project in Mathematical Engineering6Compulsory
Final Degree Project in Economics6Compulsory
Internships in Economics and Mathematical Engineering12Compulsory
Data Engineering6Compulsory
TOTAL CREDITS SPRING TERM 36

Career Outcomes

CUNEF Universidad Double Bachelor in Economics and Mathematical Engineering provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge to design mathematical models and develop specific software to meet the challenges of the “new digital economy”. Graduates can be considered “Data Scientists”, since the Curriculum includes, apart from solid training in Economics, courses that focus exclusively on Data Science and Engineering.

In terms of career prospects, there is a wide range of options for recent graduates: taxation, analysis and planning services, public administration, international organisations, foreign trade, business management, economic consulting, teaching and research. There is a broad spectrum of career opportunities, including the private sector (companies, banks, consulting firms), the public sector (government agencies), and international institutions (OECD, IMF, World Bank, European Commission, etc.).

Our graduates will specialise in the development and implementation of management and information systems to treat, analyse and mine huge volumes of economic data in all types of companies and institutions.