Astronomy and Mathematics (double bachelor)
The combined Astronomy & Mathematics education programme takes three years and comprises courses from the Astronomy and Mathematics bachelor's programmes (248 EC in total). The first year (86 EC) is concluded with two separate propedeutic diplomas: one for Astronomy and one for Mathematics. This is followed by the second year (90 EC) and third year (72 EC). The combined Astronomy & Mathematics programme results in two Bachelor of Science (BSc) diplomas: BSc Astronomy and BSc Mathematics. Please find the course descriptions for years 1, 2 and 3 and the Astronomy electives on the tabs below.
Information on study and career orientation can be found on the last tab Career orientation.
In addition to this combined programme, there are three other options for the Astronomy bachelor's:
- Astronomy - three years, one bachelor's diploma
- Astronomy and Physics - three years, two bachelor's diplomas
- Astronomy and Computer Science - one year, two propedeutic diplomas