1. THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL CLASSES, where the knowledge that the students must acquire is explained and developed. Students will have basic reference texts to facilitate the understanding of the classes and the development of follow up work. The teacher and the students will solve exercises and practical problems, previously suggested by the teacher.
2. TUTORING SESSIONS. Individualized attendance for students with a teacher for at least two hours a week.
3. STUDENT INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP WORK. Each student's individualized study, understanding of results and proofs, and exercise and problem-solving is fundamental in mathematics, both for learning and for self-evaluation of acquired competencies and skills.