Life long learning
Certificates are additional training for those who want to improve in mid-career. Access is
- Automatic for the people who already have a diploma of higher education (5 years);
- conditional on the jury's decision for other candidates (in compliance with the decree).
You enroll at the the Registration and certificates office.
Certificate in Computational Mathematics
Target audience: IT developers, banks and insurance agents, and more generally any person who needs to improve his math skills coupled with the tool.
Goals: Upon completion of this certificate, the student will be capable of making rigorous proofs, of linking the formal methods and intuition to undertand problems, and of solving practical problems requiring the use of both mathematical reasoning and numerical algorithms.
Course: choose 15 credits from the following courses, including at least one in each of the two blocks.
- Elementary mathematics, S. Bridoux, C. Michaux, C. Troestler (5 credits),
- Mathematics for computer science I, T. Brihaye & S. Bridoux (5 credits),
- Mathematical Analysis I (part A), C. Troestler (5 credits),
- Probability and statistics I, K. Grosse-Erdmann (5 credits).
- Programming and algorithms I, H. Mélot (5 credits),
- Datastructures I, H. Mélot/V. Bruyère (5 credits),
- Introduction to numerical analysis, C. Troestler (5 credits).