(Knowing): Students should be able to show they possess and understand knowledge in the area of Mathematics, starting from the basis of their general secondary education and at a level which, while based on advanced textbooks, at the same time includes certain aspects involving knowledge from the vanguard of the study of Mathematics.
(Applying): Students should know how to apply mathematical knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and should possess the competences that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defence of arguments and problem solving within the field of Mathematics.
(Reflecting): Students should have the ability to collect and interpret relevant data, within the field of Mathematics, in order to emit judgements that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical topics.
(Learning): Students should have developed the learning skills required to undertake further studies in Mathematics with a high degree of autonomy.
(Communicating): Students should be able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions in the area of Mathematics to a specialist and non-specialist audience.
(Autonomy) Autonomous learning of new knowledge and techniques.
(Working in teams) Knowing how to work in teams.
(Searching for information) Use of search tools for bibliographical references and in Internet.
(Reading) Reading of scientific texts written in Spanish and in English.