Learning outcomes

Dutch-taught Bachelor of Mathematics

The Bachelor has a complete command of the mathematical language.

1. The Bachelor understands a mathematical text in terms of definitions, theorems and demonstrations.

2. The Bachelor can reason logically with mathematical symbols.

The Bachelor can independently solve a mathematical problem with the acquired knowledge.

3. The Bachelor can follow an existing mathematical reasoning, can analyse it and recognize gaps.

4. The Bachelor can abstract real problems at knowledge level and translate them to a mathematical context.

5. To analyse and solve mathematical problems, the Bachelor can independently collect, process and critically evaluate the necessary information (in foreign languages).

6. The Bachelor has the necessary calculation skills and is able to build correct mathematical demonstrations.

7. When solving mathematical problems, the Bachelor can critically reflect on the solving process and the end result.

8. The Bachelor can plan and execute a simple mathematical project within a set framework and can consult literature.

The Bachelor can easily report scientifically, orally and in writing.

9. The Bachelor can write a correct mathematical text.

10. The Bachelor can transfer the essence of a mathematical theory to colleagues.

The Bachelor has acquired a mathematical/scientific attitude.

11. The Bachelor knows different mathematical subfields and can reason crossdisciplinary.

12. The Bachelor can reason deductively and logically in a creative manner.

13. The Bachelor can work independently and in a team.

14. The Bachelor has broadened the knowledge within another scientific discipline among which computer science, physics, economics or biology.

The Bachelor has a basic knowledge in computer science.

15. The Bachelor can work with current mathematical software.

16. The Bachelor has knowledge of a programming language and can independently implement mathematical algorithms in this language.