Double degree in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering
372
credits
 Higher Polytechnic School
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Entry Profile
The double degree in Mathematics and Telematics is suitable for students who have taken Advanced Mathematics at high school and have the following abilities:
 Analysis and reflection
 Abstract reasoning and problem solving
 Verbal and written communication
 Ability to work as part of a team
 Initiative
 Ability to understand, analyse and summarise
 Perseverance
It is also important to bear in mind that since this double degree includes the skills and knowledge on each of the separate degrees, high marks in high school studies and an ability for individual work are recommended.
Entry information
Number of places.
Academic year
201920: 10
Course entry methods
Course entry methods  Preferences 

Students who have passed a university entrance examination
(1)
Higher vocational graduates (2) 
(3) Weighted subjects in the voluntary stage.
Academic year
201920:

Those who have passed the over25s entrance examination  Engineering and Architecture 
University graduates  
Over40s who have accredited professional or work experience  
Those who have passed the over45s entrance examination  
University programmes started at another UIB campus  
Specific students who have a highschool diploma without the PAU  
Official Spanish university studies already begun  
Overseas university studies already begun or finished without being officially accredited 
Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated
in accordance with the following criteria:
(1)
For entry with highschool diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam)
, the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the
two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in
accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2)
For entry with a higher vocational qualification
, the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training
course and the two best weighted marks from
subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the
weighting parameters for university admission
Cutoff markNotas de corte
Detailed information about cutoff marks for
Double degree in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering
Useful information
 Preregistration information activities and advice
 Entry and admission: Entry and admission procedure information (preenrolment and registration)
 Registration: Registration information
Validations
Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GMT2
Secretary
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Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)
Table of equivalences by curriculum Double degree in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering
Double Degree in Mathematics and Telematics (2013)
Double Degree in Mathematics and Telematics (2013)  Double degree in Mathematics and Telematics Engineering 



20309: Introduction to Geometry 
20309: Introduction to Geometry 
20310: Functional Series and Integral Calculus in a Variable 
20577: Mathematical Analysis III 
20311: Linear Algebra II 
20311: Linear Algebra II 
20312: Differential Calculus with Diverse Variables 
20312: Differential Calculus with Diverse Variables 
20313: Topology 
20313: Topology 
20315: Abstract Algebra I 
20315: Abstract Algebra I 
20316: Numerical Methods I 
20316: Numerical Methods I 
20317: Integral Calculus with Diverse Variables 
20317: Integral Calculus with Diverse Variables 
20318: Affine and Metric Geometry 
20318: Affine and Metric Geometry 
20320: Probability II 
20579: Probability 
20321: Ordinary Differential Equations 
20321: Ordinary Differential Equations 
20322: Differential Geometry 
20322: Differential Geometry 
20323: Discrete Algorithms 
20580: Algorithmics 
20324: Abstract Algebra II 
20324: Abstract Algebra II 
20326: Statistical Inference 
20581: Statistics 
20327: Equations in Partial Derivatives 
20327: Equations in Partial Derivatives 
20328: Complex Variable Functions 
20328: Complex Variable Functions 
20329: Introduction to Optimisation 
20329: Introduction to Optimisation 
20330: Mathematical Models II 
20582: Analysis of Data 
20331: Geometry and Topology of Varieties 
20331: Geometry and Topology of Varieties 
20332: Numerical Methods II 
20332: Numerical Methods II 
21048: Digital Electronics 
21048: Digital Electronics 
21767: Foundations and Applications of Digital Signal Processing 
21767: Foundations and Applications of Digital Signal Processing 
21770: Data Transmission 
21770: Data Transmission 
22353: Computers and Operational Systems 
22353: Computers and Operational Systems 
22354: Advanced Programming 
22354: Advanced Programming 
22356: Signals and Systems 
22356: Signals and Systems 
22357: Foundations of telecommunications networks 
22357: Foundations of telecommunications networks 
22358: Operator Networks 
22358: Operator Networks 
22359: Local Networks and Intranets 
22359: Local Networks and Intranets 
22360: Propagation, Transmitters and Receivers 
22360: Propagation, Transmitters and Receivers 
22361: Microprocessors 
22361: Microprocessors 
22362: Software Engineering and Databases 
22362: Software Engineering and Databases 
22363: Network Architecture and Interconnection 
22363: Network Architecture and Interconnection 
22364: Network Architecture Applications 
22364: Network Architecture Applications 
22365: Networks Planning 
22365: Networks Planning 
22366: Network Management 
22366: Network Management 
22367: Telecommunication Installations I 
22367: Telecommunication Installations I 
22368: Multimedia Networks 
22368: Multimedia Networks 
22369: Applications and Telematic Services 
22369: Applications and Telematic Services 
22370: Security in Telematic Networks 
22370: Security in Telematic Networks 
22371: Projects 
22371: Projects 
22372: Electronics Laboratory 
22372: Electronics Laboratory 
22373: Laboratory of Networks, Applications and Telematic Systems 
22373: Laboratory of Networks, Applications and Telematic Systems 
22374: Computer Laboratory 
22374: Computer Laboratory 
22375: Laboratory of Networks and Telecommunication Projects 
22375: Laboratory of Networks and Telecommunication Projects 
Academic Accreditation Committee
Regulatory Agreement 10714/2013, whereby the regulations for awarding academic accreditation for participation in university cultural, sports, student representation, solidarity and cooperation activities are approved.