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Department of Mathematics
The Department consists of six institutes, twenty professors and numerous scientific staff and doctoral students. Mathematics in Stuttgart is characterized both by innovative and internationally renowned research in several important and modern areas, and by offering excellent research- and application-driven teaching.
Degree Programs in Mathematics
Mathematics is fascinating! Since its beginnings about 2500 years ago, mathematics forms the roots of a wide range of other scientific disciplines. Given the multifaceted and diversified nature of our grand societal challenges, mathematics is even more indispensable today than ever before. Students enrolled in the department's degree programs benefit from excellent job opportunities, due to their training in developing holistic and structured abstractions and problem solving capabilities.
The University of Stuttgart offers the following degree programs:
- B.Sc. Mathematics
- M.Sc. Mathematics
- B.A./M.Ed. Teacher Education Degree in Mathematics
- M.Ed. Physics and Mathematics
The degree programs in Mathematics and Teacher Education can be consecutively combined, as shown by the following diagram: