Bachelor programmes

Current year courses

Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics
Students may choose between an economics-financial curriculum and a modellistic-computational one. In any case, the course is characterized by the emphasis in the modellistic and numerical-algorithmic preparation. Students can then naturally have access to the Master's Degree in Mathematics, offered by the Department of Computer Science and the Master's Degree in Banking and Finance (curriculum Quantitative Finance), offered by the Department of Economics. There is a wide choice of stage proposals, both within University of Verona research teams and at external facilities. The Bachelors in Applied Mathematics can be employed in banking and financial institutions, insurance companies and research departments of companies and industries.
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Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics
The Degree in Bioinformatics integrates knowledge of programming, algorithms, systems and architectures, and computer science fundamentals, with basic knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry and biology, such as cell biology. This combination provides the necessary training to work in a new cutting edge field at the forefront of computer science and biology which, for example, has made human genome sequencing possible. The programme provides the skills needed to work in applied computer science for medicine and biology, sectors which are increasingly using information technology for tasks such as accessing genomic databases and analysing data from biotechnology laboratories. The degree programme lays the foundation to address specific topics in advanced bioinformatics that will have a growing impact on medicine and natural sciences in the years to come, for example: modelling and simulation of biological processes, drug development and innovative treatments, and understanding biomolecular phenomena.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
The Degree in Computer Science is designed to provide the necessary skills to plan, build, develop, manage and maintain computer systems, whether in computer or calculator manufacturing companies, public administration, or companies or laboratories that use complex computer systems. Compared to the Degree in Information Technology, this course aims to develop typical skills in the following areas: information systems and databases, complex software architecture, information and knowledge modelling, network services (especially design) and systems security. Students will gain knowledge and skills in various areas of science, IT and communication technology and will also learn at least one European language apart from Italian.

Courses not currently running

Bachelor in Computer Science (until 2008-2009 academic year) Course partially running
The degree course in Computer Science aims to supply the necessary skills to operate in programming, creation, development, management and maintenance of information technology systems, bothin information systems used to create business and calculation systems,and in public administration, in businesses and laboratories that use complex information systems. Compared to the Degree Course in Information Technology, this course aims at developing the typical skills in the following sectors: information systems and databases, complex software architecture, information modelling and knowledge, network services (with a particular focus on programming) and system security. Furthermore, the course aims to provide knowledge and skills in the various sectors of information and communication science and technology and to enable graduates to have a working knowledge of at least one European language besides Italian, both in the written and oral forms.
Bachelor's degree in Bioinformatics (until 2008-2009) Course partially running
Bachelor's degree in Multimedia Information Technology (until 2008-2009) Course partially running
Degree in Applied Mathematics (until a.y. 2008/2009) Course not running

The Bachelor's degree course, in Italian "laurea triennale", in Applied Mathematics belongs to class nr. 32 "Mathematical Sciences". It is an inter-faculty course involving the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences (the main course chair) and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Verona. Students may choose between an economics-financial curriculum and a modellistic-computational one, devoted to applications, such as mathematical models for biological sciences or fluid dynamics. During the course, special seminars are given to help the student to choose the curriculum. Students can then naturally have access to the second level degree course, in Italian "laurea specialistica", in Quantitative Methods for Finance, offered by the Faculty of Economics of the University of Verona, or a second level degree course in Mathematics in other universities. Moreover, a second level degree course in Mathematics, currently in the planning stage, is expected to be activated at the University of Verona in the academic year 2009/2010.
The Bachelors in Applied Mathematics can be employed in banking and financial institutions, insurance companies and research departments of companies and industries.
Students can apply for scholarships (specifically devoted to class nr. 32) to the INdAM (Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica "Francesco Severi"). More information can be found at the item Activities/FELLOWSHIPS of the web page of the Institute http://www.altamatematica.it/englishversion/indexen.html. Moreover, the course fees due by students with a sufficiently regular academic career are partially refunded. A further selection, on the basis of merit, can be applied if the available funds are not enough.

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