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Computer Mathematics, full-time, second-cycle (WMI-0118-2SO)

(in Polish: Matematyka komputerowa, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na matematyce komputerowej

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Access requirements

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attainment of sufficient score on the basis of requisite application documents

Teaching standards

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Graduates who complete the programme of study have acquired the learning outcomes specified in Resolution No. 34/III/2012 adopted by the Senate of the Jagiellonian University on 28th March 2012 on the introduction of learning outcomes for particular fields of study conducted at the Jagiellonian University as of the 2012/2013 academic year, with later amendments. Graduates hold the following qualifications as regards knowledge, skills, and social competences: KNOWLEDGE - An advanced knowledge of selected branches of computer science enabling him/her to study and engage in Computer Mathematics; - An advanced knowledge of the branches of mathematics necessary for work on algorithms in discrete and continuous mathematics; - Knowledge of the fundamental mathematical laws and theorems, and ability to apply them in the analysis and modelling of problems in his/her selected branch of Computer Mathematics; - An advanced knowledge of the modern languages and paradigms of programming; - Knowledge of the contemporary development trends and scientific achievements in his/her selected branches of Computer Mathematics; - A sufficient scope of knowledge to understand issues in Computer Mathematics which are still at the research stage; - An advanced knowledge of the algorithms and data structures applied to solve problems in continuous and discrete mathematics; - Knowledge of the tools of computer science which assist the computer mathematician in his work; - An advanced practical knowledge of the computer mathematics applied in the design and implementation of individual and collective computer projects; - A foundation knowledge of the principles of safety and hygiene at work for independent professional work as a computer mathematician; - A foundation knowledge of the social, ethical, legal, and economic issues associated with the computer mathematician’s profession; - An advanced knowledge of the protection of intellectual property and responsibility for his/her actions; - Proficiency in English at the B2+ intermediate level, allowing him/her to read the professional literature. SKILLS - Ability to propose and verify mathematical hypotheses on the basis of the computer experiments he/she has carried out independently; - Ability to construct mathematical models and support them with appropriately designed and implemented software; - Ability to prove theorems and disprove hypotheses, using classical methods as well as computer-supported methods; - Proficiency in the use of mathematical software packages for symbolic and numerical calculations, and for modelling graphics. - Proficiency in programming in several modern programming languages and in the application of advanced programming paradigms; - Ability to select the right algorithmic techniques, data structures, and numerical methods for the solution of problems in his/her selected branch of Computer Mathematics; - Proficiency in the development, application, and verification of computer mathematics for computer projects carried out individually as well as in a team; - Ability to successfully apply advanced tools and technologies in his/her selected disciplines of Computer Mathematics; - Ability to collect information from the English-language and Polish documentation, the professional/ scientific literature, the internet, and other reliable sources; - Ability to integrate and interpret the information he/she has acquired, and on this basis draw conclusions and formulate an opinion; - Ability to speak on new developments in selected disciplines of Computer Mathematics using language that is clear and easy to understand ; - Ability to communicate effectively with engineers, scientists, and businessmen on issues in Computer Mathematics, examining and analysing problems, formulating them in mathematical language, and assessing the potential for their algorithmic resolution; - Ability to participate in discussions on new developments in selected disciplines of Computer Mathematics and to form his/her own opinion on such issues; - Ability to determine the course for the continuing enhancement of his/her knowledge and the means to achieve it; - Ability to compile comprehensive papers in Polish and a foreign language, written in language that is clear and easy to understand, on detailed problems in Computer Mathematics, and to discuss the solutions to them; - Ability to compile and proficiently deliver substantial oral presentations in Polish and a foreign language on detailed issues in Computer Mathematics and their applications in selected branches; - Proficiency in English at the B2+ intermediate level, allowing him/her to read and understand English-language software documentation, textbooks, and scientific papers on Computer Mathematics. SOCIAL COMPETENCES - Appreciation of the need for continuing, lifelong education and updating his/her knowledge to keep abreast of civilisational developments; - Ability to conduct a dialogue to develop and increase the precision of his/her comprehension of the subject under discussion; - Capacity for teamwork, as team leader, as a subordinate member, and as a partner in the team; - Appreciation of the need for systematic work in long-term projects; - Ability to define the priorities for the achievement of tasks he/she has set him/herself, or which have been assigned him/her by others; - Appreciation of the value of intellectual integrity in his/her own and other people’s activities; adherence to the ethical principles in his/her conduct; - Awareness of the legal and social aspects of computerisation; and ability to observe the principles associated with them in his/her professional activities; - Appreciation of the ethical requirement of objectivity in the interpretation and presentation to the best of his/her knowledge of the results he/she obtains in his/her professional activities; - An attitude of reservation on opinions and claims which have not received sufficient verification.