This undergraduate degree aims to provide higher education training that reflects the importance of Mathematics in the modern world and its applications to the increasingly demanding challenges in management while deepening its alliance with computing. The program is designed to fill some gaps, especially in terms of computational preparation that enables graduates to deal with the demands of the digital economy and the growing recourse to large data sets (Big Data). It also aims to provide the basis for the continuation of studies for a 2nd cycle in this and related areas.

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The Portuguese is the teaching language in most programs.

The Degree in Mathematics Applied to Management is a 1st Cycle course that develops over six semesters and has four dominant scientific areas, in a total of 180 credit units (ECTS): Mathematics (main); Management, Computer Engineering and Economics.

The curricular units of the Degree in Mathematics Applied to Management are offered for attendance in the regime of Isolated Curricular Units and Certified Modular programs.

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The Degree in Mathematics Applied to Management is a 1st Cycle course that develops over six semesters and has four dominant scientific areas, in a total of 180 credit units (ECTS): Mathematics (main); Management, Computer Engineering and Economics.

There is an extracurricular unit, Preparatory Mathematics, that is not part of the course. Enrollment is optional and recommended for students who need to catch up or refresh their math skills at pre-university level.