The Doctoral School in Mathematics and Computer Science Programme Profile

Educational Program The Doctoral School in Mathematics and Computer Science
Degree Awarded Ph.D. in Mathematics; Ph.D. in Computer Science
Standard Length of Studies
(Number of ECTS Credits)
3 years – 6 semesters;
180 credits
Type of Study Full-Time
Higher Education Institution Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Faculty / Department Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
Contact Person Professor Radu Precup
Phone +40 264 430500
Fax +40 264 591906
Profile of the Degree Program Mathematics/Computer Science
Target Group / Addressees Master degree students in Mathematics, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Economics, Natural Sciences
Entrance Conditions A Bachelor and a Master degree in Mathematics, Computer Science or related fields is required. Candidates should pass a written test knowledge in Mathematics or Computer Science, as well as an oral examination.
Further Education Possibilities The Ph.D. programme in Mathematics/Computer Science involves the students in the most important and recent research project of the faculty.
Description of Study The Ph.D. programme in Mathematics/Computer Science take place under the guidance of 18 doctoral supervisers in the field of Mathematics and 7 doctoral supervisers in the field of Computer Science.
Core courses:

  1. Mathematics Commutative rings and algebraic number
    Theory, Coding theory, Modular representation of finite groups, Nonsmooth analysis, Nonlinear analysis, Fixed point theory and applications, Convex analysis, Variational calculus, Nonlinear partial differential equations, Fluid mechanics
  2. Computer Sciences Models and implementation of distributed applications, Databases, Distributed artificial intelligence, Games computational theory, Languages, tools and programming media, Software architecture,
Purposes of the program The purpose of the programme is to produce valuable and international certificate research activity: research papers, methods and algorithms
Specialization / Area of Expertise Mathematics/Computer Science
Extra Peculiarities
Practical Training
Final Examinations The Ph.D. thesis is defended in an oral examination. The student should prove fundamental and relevant research in the field of mathematics or computer science.
Gained Abilities and Skills
  1. Mathematics
  2. Computer Science
Job Placement, Potential Field of Professional Activity The holder of a Ph.D. diploma may activate, on the condition of graduating the pedagogical module, as teacher in the Speciality of Mathematics or Computer Science in any state or private educational institution at any level. As well the holder of a Ph.D. diploma may activate in any institution or company of the economy and administration on positions requiring the necessity of high level studies in Mathematics or Computer Science.