Corso di Mathematics - Università degli Studi di Parma
The degree course in Mathematics is open access. It does not therefore provide for an admission test but, under current legislation, a non-selective test to check entry preparation is compulsory, the outcome of which does not in any way bind the possibility of enrolment.
The Degree Course in Mathematics aims to provide a solid grounding in the mathematical disciplines, enabling the student to become acquainted with the modern formulation and various aspects of the subject, both general and methodological as well as applied. The preparation in mathematical subjects is complemented by a good modelling-application background that emphasises the algorithmic and computational aspects of mathematics. The fundamental tool for the development of the student's knowledge and skills is classroom lectures combined with practice and/or laboratory sessions.
The Course of Study scheme does not provide for differentiated courses (curricula). In the first two years of the degree course, all subjects are included that provide the student with the basics of mathematics, physics and computer science. More advanced courses with a purely mathematical character are included in the third year.
The three-year degree graduate in Mathematics will then be able to continue his or her studies, with a good capacity for autonomy, in a Second-Cycle Degree Course in the Mathematics class, and possibly also in related scientific areas or enter the world of work, in various fields, making the most of his or her mental flexibility acquired during his or her studies.
President of the degree courseProf. Luca Lorenzi
Faculty advisorProf. Luca Lorenzi
Career guidance delegateProf. Francesco Morandin
Prof. Emilio Acerbi
Prof. Marino Belloni
Prof.ssa Maria Groppi
Prof.ssa Chiara Guardasoni
Prof. Luca Lorenzi
Prof. Costantino Medori
Prof. Adriano Tomassini