About the programme
Mode of study and length of the programme in years: Fulltime, 4 years
Length of the degree programme in ECTS credits: 240 credit
Language(s) of instruction: Lithuanian/ English
Degree and/or Qualification awarded: Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics and Applications of Mathematics
Good knowledge of mathematics is a universal skill, which can be applied in a variety of fields, such as finance, engineering, information technologies, science, or teaching. While there are mathematical programmes of various kinds in Lithuanian universities, our programme is the only one in the country which focuses on mathematics as such, not only on the ways to apply it. By doing so, we offer our students the distinctive university experience, which is to be a part of an institution emphasizing the importance of reflection.
It's worth studying because:
 programe gives wide mathematical knowledge and develops mathematical techniques using skills in the fields of finance, engineering, IT;
 the teachers of the programme are one of the best specialistsof the field in the country;
 availability of Minor Study: to get additional teacher qualification;
Career opportunities:
Graduates can work at the science and education institutions, industry, agencies of information and social investigations, management institutions. Graduates can also pursue a career in spheres where their mathematical knowledge, abstract and analytical type of thinking and ability to use specialized software are needed.
International studies and internship opportunities:
Vilnius University encourages the use of various opportunities for studying at foreign universities, allowing students to gain intercultural experience, develop and evaluate their competences, establish contacts abroad, and open wider career opportunities.
Study plan
Study plan
Course title 
Credits 
Course title 
Credits 
1 SEMESTER 
30.0 
6 SEMESTER 
30.0 
Compulsary Modules 

Compulsary Modules 

Mathematical Analysis I 
10.0 
Number Theory 
5.0 
Linear Algebra and Geometry 
5.0 
Equations of Mathematical Physics 
5.0 
Basics of Discrete Mathematics 
5.0 
Applied Statistics 
5.0 
Informatics I 
5.0 
Physics 
5.0 
Foreign Language I 
5.0 
Optional Modules 



Elective course units from the list: 

2 SEMESTER 
30.0 
Additional Chapters of Mathematical Analysis 
5.0 
Compulsary Modules 

Basics of Operator Theory 
5.0 
Mathematical Analysis II 
10.0 
Introduction to Galois Theory 
5.0 
Algebra I 
5.0 
Harmonic Analysis 
5.0 
Informatics II 
5.0 
Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory 
5.0 
Foreign Language I 
5.0 
Variational Calculus and Optimal Control 
5.0 
Additional Chapters of Combinatorics  5.0  
GUS* 
5.0 



7 SEMESTER 
30.0 

3 SEMESTER 
30.0 
Compulsary Modules 

Compulsary Modules 

Basics of Mathematical Modelling 
5.0 
Mathematical Analysis III 
10.0 
Reliability Theory 
5.0 
Algebra II 
5.0 
GUS* 
5.0 
Differential Equations I  5.0  Optional Modules  
Elective course units from the list:  
Geometry 
5.0 
Mathematics of Financial Markets 
5.0 
Combinatorics and Graph Theory 
5.0 
Encoding and Cryptography 
5.0 

Asymptotic Methods for Differential Equations 
5.0 

4 SEMESTRAS 
30.0 
Algorithmic Number Theory 
5.0 
Compulsary Modules 
Information Theory and Data Mining 
5.0 

Differential Equations II 
5.0 
8 SEMESTER 
30.0 
Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics I 
5.0 
Compulsary modules 

Theory of Complex Variable Functions 
5.0 
Professional Internship 
15.0 
Measure and Integral Theory 
5.0 
Bachelor's Thesis 
15.0 
Numerical Methods 
5.0 






5 SEMESTER 
30.0 


Compulsary Modules 



Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics 
5.0 


Functional Analysis 
5.0 


Mechanics 
5.0 


GUS* 
5.0 


Optional course units 



Elective course units from the list: 



History and Philosophy of Mathematics 
5.0 


Numerical Methods II 
5.0 


Additional Chapters of Complex Analysis 
5.0 


JAVA Technologies 
5.0 


Visual Programming 
5.0 


Web Programming 
5.0 


GUS*  General University Studies. Developed competences depend on the subject chosen by a student.
Expected Learning Outcomes:
A student will be able to:
 define and illustrate main concepts of mathematics, communicate in mathematical language;
 state and prove basic mathematical propositions;
 apply basic mathematical propositions to solve typical problems;
 formulate realworld problems in mathematical language;
 construct mathematical models;
 make and justify conclusions (implications) based on the analysis of the relevant mathematical model;
 use several programming languages;
 solve mathematical and nonmathematical problems by using computer software.