2017-2018 / MATH2007-1

Mathematics

Duration

30h Th, 40h Pr

Number of credits

 Bachelor in computer science6 crédits 
 Master in data science (120 ECTS)6 crédits 
 Bachelor in biology8 crédits 
 Bachelor in chemistry7 crédits 
 Bachelor in geography : general7 crédits 
 Bachelor in geology7 crédits 
 Bachelor in physics7 crédits 
 Master in geography : climatology (120 ECTS)8 crédits 

Lecturer

Françoise Bastin

Language(s) of instruction

French language

Organisation and examination

Teaching in the first semester, review in January

Units courses prerequisite and corequisite

Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program

Learning unit contents

The course is devoted to a study of basic concepts of real analysis, vectors, analytic geometry. As a summary, one can say that the course is a course of ''calculus'', presenting basic maths material and proofs.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit

The course is a course of ''calculus'', presenting basic maths material and proofs. The aim is to provide not only techniques, but also a rigourous sense of logic and deduction in the learning.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills

Basic knowledge of students at the end of the secondary school.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Precise schedule concerning exercises and theoritical courses will be available the first day («welcome»). Different types of activities are to be organized (details in the program and during welcome); see also the french part of this document.

Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning)

Practical information (schedule, general organization of the quadrimesters,...) will be given during the ''welcome'', ie on the first day of the academic year. This information is also avaible on the web pages of the University and of the Faculty of Sciences of the University.

Recommended or required readings

Notes: information at the beginning of the academic year (syllabus). Many references are given in the syllabus. Important reference: Calculus (with analytic geometry), R. Ellis et D. Gulick, Saunders College Publishing.

Assessment methods and criteria

See http://www.afo.ulg.ac.be/fb/

Work placement(s)

Organizational remarks

See also web pages dedicated to the course

Contacts

Institute of Mathematics (B37, Parking 32)

Françoise Bastin Tel : 04/366.94.74; e-mail: F.Bastin@ulg.ac.be
Jacqueline Crasborn, Christine Amory Assistants pédagogiques, 04/366.95 95,  jcrasborn@ulg.ac.be camory@ulg.ac.be
Christophe Dozot Assistant 123Sciences Téléphone : 04 366 95 73 email : C.Dozot@ulg.ac.be (C.Dozot@ulg.ac.be )
Secretary : 04/366.94.10