Mathematics for Management
Matrices, linear systems of equations, sequences, series, the limits of financial mathematical applications, functions with a variable, differentiation, integration, functions with several variables, introduction to descriptive statistics, basic concepts, averages, measures of dispersion, distribution, index numbers, correlation, linear regression
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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After successful completion of the course, students can explain basic mathematic methods of financial mathematics, linear algebra as well as one- or multidimensional analyses; they can also apply these to problems in business sciences. Furthermore, students can apply basic analytical methods of descriptive statistics, i.e. location, distribution and dependency levels of statistical frequency, and calculate and interpret probability distributions.
These learning outcomes mainly contribute to the following (international) programme learning outcomes:
LO 4.1. methodology