VUDM3 Mathematics, 3 Web-Based


Mathematics is an important aspect of our culture, both as a science and as a tool in a variety of fields, including other sciences. Mathematics also plays a major role in many forms of creative activity. Consequently, mathematics is a major subject in primary and secondary schools as well as in general teacher-education. In learning mathematics while studying to become teachers, students will meet the subject in a variety of contexts. In addition to honing their teaching skills and understanding of mathematics, we will emphasise the nature of the subject and the teaching of mathematics.

The target areas are described in greater detail in the National Curriculum for General Teacher Education (1999), which is to be followed up with subsequent adjustments.

Online registration Mathematics 3

After June 30th, applicants will be placed on a waiting list, and informed at the beginning of August concerning vacant places

Applicants who apply online must forward the relevant certified copies of diplomas.

Target Group and Admission Requirements

Teachers in primary and secondary schools.

Aim of the Programme

Refer to the course descriptions below.

Curriculum and structure

Code Course title Credits O/V *) Credits pr. semester
  S1(A) S2(V) S3(A) S4(V) S5(A) S6(V)
Total: 15 15 0 0 0 0
*) O - Mandatory course, V - Optional course

The study programme consists of two modules, 15 ECTS credits each. Module 1 covers number theory and didactics, Module 2 covers vector calculus, geometry, linear algebra and didactics. The modules may be taken separately. Both modules run over a whole academic year, and include a final written examination in May / June. For more information refer to the course descriptions.

Teaching and Learning Methods

The study programme is a Web-based distance-learning course of studies. The study programme uses course materials sent by mail and communication by Internet.

Assessment Methods

Each module is allocated a separate grade based on work in subject didactics that counts 20%, and a written examination that counts 80%.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Ian Harkness <>, last modified Ian Hector Harkness - 09/09/2010