Professional profile of the Mathematics graduate
Function in a work context.
A graduate in Mathematics is characterised already with a first-cycle degree course by problem solving skills and a logical approach to various problems. The mathematical training allows one to enter the labour market, quickly acquiring the additional knowledge and specific skills required. In order to acquire greater autonomy and levels of responsibility in the performance of some of the listed activities or functions, however, it is necessary to continue studies with a Master's degree.
- translates into mathematical language various problems relating to the scientific, economic-financial and computer science fields;
- identifies simple mathematical models useful for describing these problems and solves them also using modern computer and scientific calculation tools;
- analyses numerical data;
- disseminates and disseminates scientific culture.
Competences associated with the function.
- Aptitude for abstract reasoning, formalising and/or modelling concrete problems and solving them with mathematical and computer tools;
- ability to manage, analyse and process numerical data;
- communication skills, with particular regard to scientific culture.