All in all, 180 credits (abbreviated: C) have to be acquired in the Bachelor's programme with two subjects over the course of six semesters, thus ca. 30 C per semester. Those put together as follows:
|Bachelor's programme with two subjects (180 C)|
132 C + 12 C
|Area of professionalisation
|66 C in mathematics
+ 66 C in the second subject
+ 12 C Bachelor's thesis
|36 C Options (elective area)|
In the subject mathematics, the following achievements have to be acquired within these 66 C:
- Analysis I and Analytical geometry and linear algebra I
- Analysis II or methods of analysis II
- Analytical geometry and linear algebra II or geometry
- Advanced methods of analysis or mathematical basic knowledge, algebra, number theory
- School-related applied mathematics and school-related basics of stochastics
- Mathematical user systems
- Introduction to technical didactics in mathematics for the track "studium generale" or introduction to technical didactics in mathematics for the teaching profession track
Furthermore, the 36 C of the professionalisation area can also be acquired in mathematics or in the second subject or by taking courses in the key competencies area.
Attention! In some subjects, the completion of the Bachelor's programme with two subjects automatically allows the transition to the corresponding Master's programme. This is not the case in mathematics: The studies can be structured such that the transition to the Master's programme in mathematics (M.Sc.) is possible, but not every individual arrangement of the Bachelor's programme with two subjects allows you to do so. Therefore, you should plan the courses to take at an early stage together with the study advisor at an early stage.
You can find a lead on how such an arrangement can look like here: Entrance requirements for the Master (M.Sc.) in mathematics, if you completed a Bachelor (two subjects) with mathematics (German).