The Curriculum of the Degree in Mathematics has a duration of four years, followed by the option of the Master Degree in two more years. The curricular design groups the subjects in three diversified academic cycles in the different areas of study of mathematics: Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, Topology and Applied Mathematics.
The Bachelor of Mathematics has a high capacity for abstraction and is able to deal fluently with mathematical topics from a logical perspective with rigor and outside subjective considerations. It is prepared to form multidisciplinary teams of research, analysis and modeling, as well as to provide teaching in the area in a broad thematic and in depth range. In the broad spectrum of mathematics, the Bachelor of Mathematics has extensive knowledge in core subjects such as Algebra, Analysis, Geometry and Topology with qualifiable academic quality and broad mastery of the theory from its foundations. The mathematical professional has a broad command of the computer as an instrument of calculation, quantitative analysis and technical communication, in addition to its conventional uses. The aforementioned characteristics make this professional a valuable technical agent in the processes of innovation and technological transfer associated with growth and development.