The objective of the Bachelor's Degree in Applied Mathematics at the Universidad Panamericana is to prepare leaders with a solid background in the field of mathematics through three terminal lines:
- Data science
At the end of your degree, you will be able to use your knowledge of mathematical analysis of data to simulate and model statistical processes.
In addition, you will be able to find patterns of behaviour and establish trends and probabilities for solutions to complex problems in business, technology, government, production, mobility and other industries.
Our programme includes seminars, where you will develop leadership skills through teamwork, oral and written communication, as well as interaction with professionals and specialists from related and different fields.
You will also develop critical, analytical, reflective and systemic thinking for knowledge generation, decision making and problem solving, with a solid ethical and humanistic orientation that characterises UP.
This is how, hand in hand with our curriculum and a great teaching staff, you will be able to:
- Acquire work skills, both autonomous and collaborative, oriented to multidisciplinary, national and international fields, which will facilitate your adaptation to changing contexts.
- Be able to propose, develop and argue in a solid and formal way in favour of the implementation of your own projects.
- Orientate yourself to the area of research through your approach to academics dedicated to the generation of new knowledge in various fields.
SEP 20200083 dated 2/26/2020, plan 2020, school-based modality, Augusto Rodín site.
A candidate for the Bachelor of Applied Mathematics should have the following skills and aptitudes:
- Capacity for analysis, synthesis and abstraction.
- Creativity, imagination and a sense of inventiveness.
- Ability to work and concentrate.
- Problem-solving and problem-solving skills.
- Mathematical and programming skills.
- Curiosity, observation and attention to detail.
- Willingness to communicate your ideas clearly.
- Interest in applications.
- Willingness to work in a team.
- Enthusiasm and enjoyment of mathematics.
- Leadership and business acumen.
At the end of the degree, a graduate in Applied Mathematics will have the following competences:
- Strong background in mathematics, statistics, data science and computer science.
- Significant development of professional skills that will enable you to work in academia and research, as well as in industry and government.
- Analytical ability to tackle complex problems.
- Adapting, proposing, undertaking, researching and creating knowledge in the areas of applied mathematics.