The first-cycle degree enables students to familiarize themselves with applications of mathematics to modern sectors of the economy. The education is provided in four specializations.
Financial and Insurance Mathematics students learn to i.e. calculate premiums and premium reserve, to practice insurance accounting using computer applications, estimate costs of loans and credits and to evaluate securities.
Mathematical Methods of Business Data Analysis prepares students for the profession of data analyst by introducing them to statistics and information systems used for statistical data analysis.
Mathematical Modelling provides an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in building and analysis of natural, technological and social processes models.
Mathematics of Decision-Making Processes is addressed to students who wish to acquire knowledge and skills in statistical decision theory together with applications to financial and insurance mathematics and data analysis using computer tools.
On account of courses in general economics students master topics related to forecasting in business, financial markets and running their own business. They also develop team-working skills in the course of classes focused on interpersonal communication in enterprises.
Graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills that make it possible to find attractive job opportunities in positions such as, i.e. stock market analyst, credit analysts, retirement advisor, database analyst, statistician, insurance analysts, insurance advisor, employee of financial institutions.