Mathematics at our university has been taught since 1969. The Institute of Mathematics was set up in 1976 and it has been playing an active role in scientific research and teaching practices to this day. We have organized several conferences on mathematics and also participated in many scientific and educational grants and projects.
Today the Institute of Mathematics at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce employs 18 university teachers and offers the following undergraduate and graduate programs of study:
- mathematics – specializations:
- teaching of mathematics
- applied mathematics
During the academic year 2017/2018 we offer the following courses in english:
- Efficient Methods of Algebra - 5 ECTS credits
- Analysis of Algorithms and Numerical Methods - 3 ECTS credits
both in summer semester (Master studies).
We are located on the new Campus of Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce. Our students are provided with optimal conditions to study: well-equipped lecture rooms and computer laboratories with access to the Internet, numerous data bases, online journals and utility programs, small laboratory groups, etc. The building provides access for the disabled.
A research group containing more than twenty members specializing in various branches of abstract and applied mathematics is actively taking part in selected projects. Our Institute organizes a weakly workshop which includes the following topics: Topology, Set Theory.