Note on oral supplementary examinations
For students of the Bachelor's and Master's programs of the Faculty of Computer Science who started their studies after March 31, 2011, no oral supplementary examinations are offered for examinations for which the Faculty of Mathematics is responsible.
The minor in Mathematics (Math) comprises modules worth 38 credit points (LP) in the Bachelor's program.
Omitted computer science modules
For the student with a minor in mathematics, the following courses amounting to 18 credit points (LP) are omitted:
- Mathematics for Computer Scientists 1
- Mathematics for Computer Scientists 2
The student acquires the credit points for each of the following three modules from mathematics with a total of 28 credit points.
|Analysis I for Computer Scientists||9 LP|
|Analysis II for Computer Scientists |
As of the summer semester 2012, the Faculty of Mathematics no longer examines the module orally but by means of a written exam (180 minutes). The module description will be adapted.
The module exam of the module "Analysis II for Computer Scientists" will be conducted as a written exam of 180 minutes starting with the summer semester 2012.[b]
|Linear Algebra||10 LP|
The student earns credit for exactly one of the following modules from mathematics, totaling 10 credit points.
|Discrete Mathematics and OptimizationA course of this module may collide with "Basic Concepts of Theoretical Computer Science". |
The module examination of the module MAT-212 "Optimization" (9 credit points) is recognized as a module examination for 10 credit points. The course work must be completed as a participation requirement for the module examination.[a] The lecture "Optimization" probably collides with the course "Basic Concepts of Theoretical Computer Science".
|Linear Algebra II and Analytic Geometry||10 LP|
|Introduction to Numerical Mathematics |
The graded module examination of the module MAT-203 "Numerical Mathematics I", Module Handbook Mathematics, is recognized as module examination. The course credit must be taken as a participation requirement for the module examination.[a]
[a] Resolution of the Vice-Chairman of the Examination Board for Computer Science dated 07.11.2011 - The resolution shall cease to have effect when an amended module description comes into force.
[b] Resolution of the Vice-Chairman of the Examination Committee for Computer Science dated 11.07.2012 - The resolution shall cease to have effect when a correction to the Bachelor Examination Regulations comes into force.
Guidelines for recognition of modules
For modules in the minor subject Mathematics of the Bachelor's degree program in Computer Science, modules completed in another degree program are generally only recognized if they are identical to the minor subject modules. Other mathematics modules do not count towards the grade.
Currently, modules for the minor in mathematics of the bachelor's degree program in computer science are recognized as follows.[c]
|Minor subject modules||Recognizable mathematics modules|
|INF-BSc-NF-Math-001||Analysis I||MAT-101||Analysis I|
|INF-BSc-NF-Math-002||Analysis II||MAT-102||Analysis II|
|INF-BSc-NF-Math-003||Linear Algebra I||MAT-103||Linear Algebra I|
|INF-BSc-NF-Math-005||Linear Algebra II and Analytic Geometry||MAT-105||Linear Algebra II and Analytic Geometry|
|INF-BSc-NF-Math-006||Numerics I||MAT-203||Numerics I|
[c] Guidelines of the Examination Board for Recognitions in the Minor in Mathematics of the Bachelor's Program in Computer Science of 18.07.2012.