To train professionals with a solid preparation in two basic branches of science: physics and mathematics, which allows them to later study the general scientific problems posed by these two scientific disciplines (pure research) and practical problems related to economic production, everyday life and common problems (applied research in physics and mathematics).
The candidate for a B. Sc. in Mathematics and Physics should possess the following qualities:
Comply in a timely manner with each of the stages of the admission process highlighted in the call for entry to the university system at IPN and show documents such as:
Industry and administration:Graduates from this degree have a wide range of possibilities to contribute with their knowledge to technological development. They currently occupy positions in companies such as Telmex, Satmex, NORMEX, Silicon Graphics, Morgan Stanley Bank, Wolfram, Siemens, Bosch, HSBC, BBVA, etc., as well as working in their own companies.
Nowadays, the graduates interested in administration work in official institutions such as INEGI, SEP, Banco de México, CFE, CENAM, CONACYT, Collective Transportation System, etc. Some graduates motivated by medical applications work in institutions such as National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Hospital 20 de Noviembre, Médica Sur, etc.
Research:Graduates from the ESFM have a long tradition of conducting research in search of results that broaden the landscape of science itself or have concrete benefits for the economic process of society.
Our graduates work in prestigious research institutions such as IBM-Zurich, Bell Laboratories, University of California, Virginia Technology Institute, CINVESTAV-IPN, CIMAV, IFM-UMSNH, ININ, CIMAT, INAOE, CIO, IFUG, etc.
Teaching:Teaching remains an important field of work for graduates. Those who decide to dedicate themselves to teaching, direct educational projects work in institutions such as Technological Universities, UNAM, UP, UAM, ITAM, ITESM, UDLA, UNISON, BUAP, UNITEC, UACH, UAEM, Universidad Anáhuac, etc.
Check the list of subjects, credits and total hours of the program on the website of each school.