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Table of ContentsGoal and tasks of Programmes 3 Academic Studies Programmes of Mathematics at the University of Latvia 3 Description of Programmes 4 Object of Programmes 5 Length of Studies and Common Score of Subject Matters 5 Terms of Awarding Qualification 6 Other Studying Possibilities. 7 Assessment of Knowledge 7 Assessment of Studies Programmes on Students and Employers’ Part 7 Long – Term Assessment of Studies Programmes 8 Studies Programmes At UL In Comparison With Studies Programmes At Universities Of Other Countries 8 Number of students 10 Financial Resources of Mathematics Studies Programmes. 10 Material and Informative provision 10 Qualification of Academic Teaching Staff 11 Scientific Research Work 11 Studies programmes Development Plan 13 Description of courses of programme 14 Algebra I 15 Algebra II 16 Analytic geometry 17 Complex variable Function theory. 18 Developmental psichology 19 Diferential equations  I 20 Elements of fuctional analysis 22 General pedagogy 23 General psychology 24 Mathematical analysis I 25 Mathematical analysis II 26 Mathematical analysis III 28 Mathematical analysis IV 29 Mathematics education method I 30 Mathematics education method II 31 Mathematics education methods III 32 Mathematical Logic 33 Mathematical Statistics 34 Methods of Optimisation 35 Numerical methods I 37 Numerical methods II 38 Numerical methods III 39 Pedagogycal practise I 40 Pedagogycal practise II 41 Probability Theory 42 Programming and computers I 43 Programming and computers II 44 Programming and computers III 45 Description of courses of programme 47 METHODS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS 47 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS  II 48 Introduction to Algorithm Theory 49 Number Theory 50 Topology I 51 Topology II 53 Differential geometry 54 Fundamentals of geometry 55 Elements of Combinatorics 56 Physic for teachers of mathematics I 57 Physic for teachers of mathematics II 58 Physic for teachers of mathematics III 59 Physics I (Natural sciences I  Theoretical Mechanics) 60 Physics II (Natural sciences II  Theory of electromagnetism) 62 Natural sciences III (Physics III) 63 Special Methods of Elementary Mathematics 65 Mathematical Models in the Differential Equations 66 Teaching Methods of Informatics 67 METHODS OF FORMALIZATION OF GEOMETRICAL ILLUSTRATIONS 68 PRACTICUM OF ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS 69 DEDUCTION GROUNDS OF INSTRUMENTAL MATHEMATICS 69 Computer in Teaching Process I 71 Computer in Teaching Process II 72 Theory and Methodology of Upbringing 75 THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS 76 Differentiation of Elementary Mathematics Exercises 77 Differentiation of Elementary Mathematics Exercises 78 ORGANIZATION OF EDUCATION 79 Psychology of The Family 80 Goal and tasks of ProgrammesThe function of mathematically educated people in different spheres of national economy is the factor that simulates the growth of the state. The aim of the academic curriculum in mathematics of bachelor and master is to prepare for the state’s need a sufficient number of highly qualified and mathematically educated specialists. With development of national economy, the need for these mathematicians appears in such industrial, economical, and other branches, where it has not been necessary till now. Due to the present situation in Latvia the need for widely educated mathematicians will increase. Educating the new generation of mathematicians, academic programs are formed to go one step ahead for national economy and to secure the academic education in the science of mathematics. We must also preserve historically formed heritage of traditions in the science of mathematics and promote further development of all branches of mathematics in Latvia. Reproduction of mathematician personnel is also important objective of the academic programs in mathematics. Many postgraduates in mathematics work at schools and continue already historically formed enlarged mathematically educational work of Latvian pupils, others on the contrary successfully continue the doctoral studies and farther can accomplish scientific studies in mathematics. The goal of the programmes of the bachelor and master’s studies in mathematics is to secure academic education in the science of Mathematics, maintaining a historically established inheritance of the traditions of the science of Mathematics in Latvia and facilitating further development of a possibly greater number of sub – programmes in Mathematics. The tasks of the bachelor and master’s studies programmes in mathematics are: to offer the students of these programmes the required theoretical and practical basic knowledge in all the sub–programmes of mathematics; to provide the required basis of academic knowledge to prepare highly qualified professionals for the use of mathematics in national economy (mathematical modelling and mathematical statistics) and to secure the education of mathematics in all levels to prepare the specialists with an independent and creative approach in acquiring the latest achievements of Mathematics and putting them effectively into practice. In addition to the above mentioned tasks, the main task is to offer the students of master’s degree programme extended knowledge in one or several separate directions of Mathematics, and their applications. 