Double Degree in Mathematics and Telematics (2013)

360 credits - Higher Polytechnic School
  This study programme will not be continued ; new students will not be admitted. You can refer to the corresponding current study programme. .

The Double Degree in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering enables students to attain all the skills and abilities from both degree programmes. This dual programme provides Balearic society with highly qualified graduates in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering thanks to the interest this dual professional profile has from a mutually beneficial standpoint.

The courses on the Degree in Mathematics are characterised by applied knowledge linked to specific problems from everyday life. The modelling subjects, related especially to mathematics, provide students with the chance to acquire inherent mathematics skills in their most applied aspect. This enables them to cover a much wider scope in their professional development.

The courses on the Degree in Telematics Engineering trains students with sufficient computer and telecommunication skills to design, develop and maintain telematic systems, applications and services. Telematics engineers oversee data transmission network design, packet transmission network technologies, communication protocols, internet, telephone switching and signalling, telematics system architecture and operating systems, web servers and data protection services on communication networks.

The training on both degree courses simultaneously enables students to apply modelling tools to analyse and solve telecommunication problems, thanks to a solid, theoretical mathematical foundation. In turn, thanks to the knowledge in telematics, mathematical training is accompanied by a highly practical aspect. This dual programme trains future graduates for professional work as a mathematician and telematics engineer with a new interdisciplinary, multi-role focus that is ever further in demand in today's society.

Finally, the ability to understand, speak and write in English will also be one of the key objectives on this programme.

Credit Summary

Core Training Mandatory Elective Subjects External Practicum Final Degree Project Total
  78   264     -   18 360

Subjects

First-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20300 - Discrete Mathematics Core Training 6,0
20301 - Mathematics II - Calculus Core Training 6,0
20302 - Programming - Computer Studies I Core Training 6,0
20305 - Mathematics III - Statistics Core Training 6,0
20307 - Mathematics I (Linear Algebra) Core Training 6,0
20308 - Introduction to Mathematical Analysis Core Training 6,0
20319 - English Core Training 6,0
21752 - Foundations of Physics Core Training 6,0
21756 - Introduction to Electronics Core Training 6,0
21760 - Business Core Training 6,0
22351 - Introduction to Telematic Mandatory 6,0
Second-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20309 - Introduction to Geometry Core Training 6,0
20310 - Functional Series and Integral Calculus in a Variable Mandatory 6,0
20311 - Linear Algebra II Mandatory 6,0
20312 - Differential Calculus with Diverse Variables Mandatory 6,0
20313 - Topology Mandatory 6,0
20315 - Abstract Algebra I Mandatory 6,0
20316 - Numerical Methods I Mandatory 6,0
20317 - Integral Calculus with Diverse Variables Mandatory 6,0
22353 - Computers and Operational Systems Core Training 6,0
22354 - Advanced Programming Mandatory 6,0
22356 - Signals and Systems Core Training 6,0
Third-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20318 - Affine and Metric Geometry Mandatory 6,0
20320 - Probability II Mandatory 6,0
20321 - Ordinary Differential Equations Mandatory 6,0
20323 - Discrete Algorithms Mandatory 6,0
20327 - Equations in Partial Derivatives Mandatory 6,0
21048 - Digital Electronics Mandatory 6,0
21767 - Foundations and Applications of Digital Signal Processing Mandatory 6,0
22357 - Foundations of telecommunications networks Mandatory 6,0
22359 - Local Networks and Intranets Mandatory 6,0
22360 - Propagation, Transmitters and Receivers Mandatory 6,0
Fourth-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20322 - Differential Geometry Mandatory 6,0
20324 - Abstract Algebra II Mandatory 6,0
20326 - Statistical Inference Mandatory 6,0
20328 - Complex Variable Functions Mandatory 6,0
20329 - Introduction to Optimisation Mandatory 6,0
20332 - Numerical Methods II Mandatory 6,0
21770 - Data Transmission Mandatory 6,0
22358 - Operator Networks Mandatory 6,0
22361 - Microprocessors Mandatory 6,0
22362 - Software Engineering and Databases Mandatory 6,0
22365 - Networks Planning Mandatory 6,0
Fifth-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
20330 - Mathematical Models II Mandatory 6,0
20331 - Geometry and Topology of Varieties Mandatory 6,0
22363 - Network Architecture and Interconnection Mandatory 6,0
22364 - Network Architecture Applications Mandatory 6,0
22366 - Network Management Mandatory 6,0
22367 - Telecommunication Installations I Mandatory 6,0
22368 - Multimedia Networks Mandatory 6,0
22369 - Applications and Telematic Services Mandatory 6,0
22370 - Security in Telematic Networks Mandatory 6,0
22371 - Projects Mandatory 6,0
22372 - Electronics Laboratory Mandatory 6,0
22375 - Laboratory of Networks and Telecommunication Projects Mandatory 6,0
Sixth-year subjects
Name Type Credits Teaching
language
Period
22373 - Laboratory of Networks, Applications and Telematic Systems Mandatory 6,0
22374 - Computer Laboratory Mandatory 6,0
22395 - End of Degree Project Final Degree Project 18,0

Calendar, specified by time groups

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