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Maths, Computer Science

Undergraduate Degree in Maths, Computer Science

Science, Technologies, Health Sector

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| Objectives | Admission | Careers | Organisation of studies | Teacher mentoring / professional internship | Contacts and registrations

Description from the Information and University Orientation Service (SIOU)
Description from the Faculty of the Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science
Description from the Faculty of the Undergraduate Degree in Maths
Careers in Maths
Career possibilities in industrial computer science, in management computer science

The Undergraduate Degree in Science, Technologies, Health, major in Maths and Computer Science, aims at providing students with strong theoretical and practical knowledge in Maths and Computer Science and at unveiling how both disciplines are more and more interrelated.

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Admission in 1st year of Undergraduate Degree (L1)
- high school graduates (scientific leaving certificate is highly recommended) or applicants with a Diploma giving access to university studies (DAEU) with B specialty:
Degree applications: from January to March on a single portal

Admission in 2nd or 3rd year of Undergraduate Degree (L2 or L3)
- applicants with a University Technological Degree or an Advanced vocational diploma (BTS) or preparatory class to a Grande Ecole:
on validation of higher education studies request to submit at the end of June.

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The immediate career perspective after an Undergraduate Degree in fundamental Maths is teaching: Primary school teacher’ diploma (CAPE), Secondary school teacher's diploma (CAPES). There are various options to continue the studies after an Undergraduate Degree: Master's Degree, Engineering school, specialised school (statistics, actuaries, etc.).

As regards the Computer Science Degree, there are many career opportunities directly after the Undergraduate Degree (analyst programmer, study engineer, engineer assistant, resources manager, system and network engineer/technician, Internet/intranet technologies expert, etc.).

To continue one’s studies towards a Master’s Degree or an Engineering School enables the student to consider more qualified positions (calculation engineer, engineer in software development/integration, R&D engineer, security and information systems manager, multimedia manager, etc.).

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Organisation of studies
The Undergraduate Degree is split into three years of two semesters each. The student attends an average of 20 hours of class per week. Each semester is worth 30 ECTS, the full Undergraduate Degree is hence worth 180 credits.

Four specialties are available:

- fundamental Maths
- applied Maths
- computer science
- fundamental Computer Science and Maths

The first two years are common to all the specialties but Computer Science, which partially differs from the 3rd semester onwards.

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Teacher mentoring / professional internship
A teacher is in charge of the student’s educational follow-up. To achieve the follow-up, there is a minimum of four sessions per year. Aside the sessions, the mentor is available along the year to answer the student’s questions regarding his/her studies.

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Contacts and registrations
UFR Sciences Exactes et Naturelles
Rue des Crayères
Campus Moulin de la Housse
B.P 1039
Email: scolarite.sciences@univ-reims.fr