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Mathematics - part-time first-cycle studies (WM-MA-N-Z-1)

(in Polish: Matematyka - studia I stopnia niestacjonarne)
first-cycle programmes
part-time programmes, 3 years
Language: Polish

A Bachelor's studies in Mathematics aim to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to start professional or scientific work. A graduate can combine facts in fields of mathematics such as real and complex mathematical analysis, algebra, geometry, logic and set theory, discrete mathematics, probability, and statistics, as well as differential and ordinary equations, having explored one of these subjects in detail. A graduate learned about the essential topics and IT tools, such as algorithm analysis and numerical methods, and how to write a program (in C/C++). Learned to use programs designed for symbolic or vector calculations and graphical representation of mathematical objects. A graduate is familiar with TeX/LaTeX and fluent in advanced spreadsheet functions. Can formulate descriptions of quantitative or geometric problems in mathematical language and apply computational techniques and programming tools to solve these problems. Can adapt to the changing needs of the market and has the possibility of further education. 

After graduation, a graduate may work in the banking and insurance sectors, developed in the country and abroad, and production management, economic analysis or research institutions. This field of study may open up promotion paths if the graduate has already worked in such institutions before starting their studies.

Yearly fee: 6000 pln.

Acceptance of documents

Acceptance of documents for studies: 07/10 - 09/22, Monday to Thursday from 10:00 to 13:00.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) licencjat

Access to further studies:

The possibility of applying for the second-cycle studies and post-graduate studies.

Professional status:

not applicable

Teaching standards

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Learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competences for the Bachelor degree in mathematics approved by the Resolution No. 67/2015 of the UKSW Senate of 22 May 2015. Plan of study and syllabus given by the Resolution of the Council of the Faculty of Mathematics – Natural Sciences. College of Science, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, No. 69/18 of 19 June 2018.

Course structure diagram:

Abbreviations used in tables:
lect - Lectures
wyk2 - Lectures
cw2 - Classes
cl - Classes
cw3 - Classes
kon - Conversatorium
lab - Laboratory
lab1 -
lab2 -
lek_now - Modern language classes
pr - Practice
sem - Seminar
e - examination
zoc - graded credit
(in Polish) Matematyka 1 rokECTSlectwyk2cw2clcw3konlablab1lab2lek_nowprsemexam
Programer's environment216zoc
Mathematical Analysis I113045e
Elements of Logic and Set Theory72020e
Linear Algebra72020e
English language 1, B2220zoc
Discrete mathematics52020e
Geometry and Linear Algebra52020e
Structural Programming in C83030e
Mathematical Analysis II113045e
English language 2, B2220zoc
Academic Polish for foreigners1

1 - Obligatory subject only for foreign students ects=6 lect=60h (1-2 sem.)

(in Polish) Matematyka 2 rokECTSlectwyk2cw2clcw3konlablab1lab2lek_nowprsemexam
Probability Theory52020e
Introduction to topology and its aplications62020e
Vector Analysis62020e
English language 3, B2220zoc
Algorithms and Data Structures52020e
Ordinary Differential Equations82020e
English language 4, B2220zoc
English language - exam B22e
Practical training3120zoc
(in Polish) Matematyka 3 rokECTSlectwyk2cw2clcw3konlablab1lab2lek_nowprsemexam
Introduction to Philosophy2.515zoc
Selected issues of private law. A case study2.515e
Mathematica Laboratory320zoc
TEX Laboratory110zoc
Complex Analysis62020e
Workshops basics of entrepreneurship110zoc

Admission procedures:

Visit the following page for details on admission procedures: https://irk.uksw.edu.pl/