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THE MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MATHEMATICS
Program Requirements for the M.Sc. (Mathematics)
The candidate shall successfully complete one of the following courses of study:
(a) seven graduate courses and a major paper;
(b) six graduate courses and a thesis. The originality of a Master's thesis may lie in the organization, presentation, and scholarly evaluation, rather than in the result.
In addition to the above course work, students registered in the Major Paper/Thesis are required to register in Seminar 62-795. They must attend 75 percent of the regular department's seminars in the first year of the program.
Graduate courses completed at this institution must include two of the following: Real Analysis (62-510), Functional Analysis (62-512), or Partial Differential Equations (62-561).
If the Thesis option is taken for either the M.Sc. (Mathematics) or the M.Sc. (Statistics), a Masters committee must be appointed within the student's first term of study at the II Master's (Candidate) level. The Master's committee must be approved by the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. The Master's committee shall include the student's supervisor as chairperson, one other member of the Department, and one faculty member from outside the Department.
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