Mathematics permeates many levels of our daily lives, is an important part of our cultural heritage, and is increasingly becoming one of the world’s essential key technologies. The Bachelor's degree programme Technical Mathematics teaches students the theoretical principles of Mathematics, as well as practice-oriented and practical methods. Special emphasis is placed on the development of mathematical models and appropriate solution methods. To supplement the compulsory subjects, students can select between specialised subjects from the focus areas of Applied Analysis, Applied Statistics, and Discrete Mathematics. This is further expanded to include knowledge of programming, mathematical and statistical software, as well as the choice of one of the extension subjects: Informatics, Information Technology, Language and Communication, Business and Law, Feminist Science/Gender Studies, Geometry, or Mathematics in a Specific Context.