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General information for the a.y. 2024-2025

Disciplinary areaScience
Duration 3 years - 180 Credits
Admission Accesso Libero No limited access
Teaching method Lectures
Regulation Main Teaching Regulations
Access rules (in italian)Istruzioni e adempimenti per l'immatricolazione al corso di laurea in MATEMATICA (L-35 - Classe delle lauree in scienze matematiche)- Anno Accademico 2024-2025

The course is managed by the Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics


The three-year degree in Mathematics provides a sound basic knowledge in all areas of Mathematics, a strong acquaintance with the scientific method, along with computer and language skills. The programme trains students to develop a high capability for synthesis and abstraction. The demand for such skills is very high in both public and private research organizations, in industry, banking, finance and insurance, and the high-technology service sector in general. This is all preparatory for those who intend to deepen their studies in the applied mathematical field, for those who want to start scientific research and for those who intend to devote themselves to the study of teaching and learning issues.

Programme contents

The programme provides a thorough study of some of the main areas of Mathematics: Algebra, Geometry, Mathematical Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Probability Theory, Numerical Analysis. Teachings in the fields of Physics and Computer Science and Computational and IT Laboratory activities are also offered. A wide range of electives are offered to allow for different educational programmes. The activities intended for practice, laboratories and the drafting of the degree thesis offer the student the opportunities to independently develop their skills and inclinations.

Job opportunities

The natural path of mathematics studies continues in the master's degree programmes in Mathematics, to specialise in teaching activities, applied mathematics or scientific research, or in Vocational master programmes (1st level). As regards access to the world of work, about half of graduates in mathematics are employed in the field of mathematics teaching and the dissemination of scientific culture. The other half mainly carries out qualified technical or professional tasks to support the activities of industry, finance, services and public administration. The Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics allows graduates to access the Master's Degree Programme in Mathematics without credit obligations.

More information

Course Director:
prof. Arrigo Bonisoli
tel. 059 205 5591
Tutoring delegate:
prof.ssa Michela Eleuteri
tel. 059 205 5183