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MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

PROGRAMS
General Mathematics
Honours Mathematics
Honours Mathematics and Statistics
Honours Mathematics and Computer Science
Honours Mathematics with Finance Concentration
Honours Actuarial Science (Commencing Fall 2021)
Combined Honours Mathematics Programs
Certificate in Statistical Consulting
Minor in Mathematics
Minor in Statistics
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Mathematics and Statistics

MATHEMATICS AND EDUCATION CONCURRENT PROGRAMS
Concurrent Bachelor of Mathematics (General)/Bachelor of Education

MATHEMATICS AND BUSINESS COMBINED PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration and Mathematics) (with/without thesis)
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration and Mathematics) with Specialization in Supply Chain and Business Analytics (with/without Thesis)
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration and Mathematics) with Specialization in Finance (with/without thesis)


Additional Information: Mathematics and Statistics Program Regulations and Suggested Courses For Specializations
Additional Information: GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS

COURSES
MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

General Mathematics

Degree Requirements

Total courses: thirty.

(a) MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3590, STAT-2920 and STAT-2950; plus four other MATH or STAT courses at the 2XXX level or above.
(b) COMP-1400 and COMP-1410;
(c) four courses from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences;
(d) three courses from any area of study, including Mathematics and Statistics;
(e) eight courses from any area of study, excluding Mathematics and Statistics.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Mathematics

Degree Requirements

Total courses: forty.

(a) MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3200, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, STAT-2920, STAT-2950; plus eight more MATH or STAT courses at the 3XXX level or above.
(b) COMP-1400 and COMP-1410;
(c) four courses from Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences;
(d) twelve courses from any area of study.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Mathematics and Statistics

Degree Requirements

Total courses: forty.

(a) MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3200, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, STAT-2920, STAT-2950, STAT-3920, STAT-3950; plus two additional Statistics courses (STAT) at the 3XXX-level or above; plus eight more MATH or STAT courses at the 3XXX level or above.
(b) COMP-1400 and COMP-1410;
(c) four courses from Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences;
(d) eight courses from any area of study.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Mathematics and Computer Science

Degree Requirements

Total courses: forty.

(a) Mathematics and Statistics: MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3200, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, STAT-2920, STAT-2950; plus two MATH or STAT courses numbered 3XXX or higher.
(b) Computer Science:COMP-1000, COMP-1400, COMP-1410, COMP-2120, COMP-2140, COMP-2310, COMP-2540, COMP-2560, COMP-2650, and COMP-3150; plus three additional COMP courses at the 3XXX level or above.
(c) four Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science courses at the 2000 level or above, excluding COMP-2057, COMP-2067, COMP-2077, COMP-3057 and STAT-2910.
(d) seven courses from any area of study.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.


Honours Mathematics with Finance Concentration

Degree requirements

Total courses: Forty

(a) MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, MATH-4960, STAT-2920, STAT-2950, STAT-3920, STAT-3950, STAT-3960, ACCT-1510, ACCT-2510, FINA-2700, FINA-2710, FINA-3710, FINA-3720, FINA-3790, FINA-4720, FINA-4770
(b) ECON-1100, ECON-1110, ECON-3130, ECON-4140, COMP-1400, COMP-1410, COMP-2120, PHIL-2240
(c) Six courses from any area of study excluding Business and Mathematics and Statistics.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Actuarial Science

Degree requirements:

Total courses: 40

(a) MATH-1020 Mathematical Foundations, MATH-1250 Linear Algebra I, MATH-1720 Differential Calculus, MATH-1730 Integral Calculus, MATH-2250 Linear Algebra II, MATH-2251 Linear Algebra III, MATH-2780 Vector Calculus, MATH-2790 Differential Equations, MATH-3200 Abstract Algebra, MATH-3580 Introduction to Analysis I, MATH-3581 Introduction to Analysis II, MATH-3590 Complex Variables, MATH-3960 Linear Optimization, MATH-3980 Theory of Interest, MATH-4980 Life Contingencies I, MATH-4981 Life Contingencies II, STAT-2920 Introduction to Probability, STAT-2950 Introduction to Statistics, STAT-3920 Probability, STAT-3950 Statistics, STAT-3960 Stochastic Operations Research, STAT-4550 Regression Analysis, ACSC-4030 Derivative Markets I, three courses from MATH or STAT at the third year level or higher.
(b) COMP-1400 Introduction to Algorithms and Programming I, COMP-1410 Introduction to Algorithms and Programming II, ECON-1100 Introduction to Economics I, ECON-1110 Introduction to Economics II, ACCT-1510 Principles of Financial Accounting, FINA-2700 Business Finance I
(c) Two courses from the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
(d) Six courses from any area of study

Courses used to calculate the major average are all courses taken with the MATH, STAT, or ACSC prefix.

Combined Honours Mathematics Programs

Degree Requirements

Honours programs combining Mathematics with a second Honours area of study (other than Computer Science) will consist of:

Total courses: forty.

(a) Mathematics and Statistics: MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3200, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, STAT-2920, STAT-2950; plus two additional MATH or STAT courses at the 3XXX level or above.
(b) Course requirements-Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(c) COMP-1400 and COMP-1410;
(d) any additional courses as determined by the second area of study;
(e) additional courses, if necessary, from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Certificate in Statistical Consulting
Open only to students currently enrolled in a degree program, are in good academic standing in their program, and meet the admission requirements for a program in Mathematics and Statistics.

Total courses: 9

(a) SCIE-1000
(b) MATH-1730, MATH-2250, STAT-2950, STAT-4980, STAT-4981, STAT-4460, STAT 4550,
(c) STAT-4600

The necessary suite of prerequisite courses outside of the certificate are MATH-1020, 1720, 1250 AND 1730 and STAT-2920.

Minor in Mathematics

A minor in Mathematics can be obtained upon completion of six courses from the following list, with a minimum grade of 60% in each course: MATH-1020, MATH-1250 or MATH-1260 or MATH-1270, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3XXX, MATH-4XXX, STAT-2910 or STAT-2920.


Minor in Statistics

A minor in Statistics can be obtained upon completion of six courses from the following list, with a minimum of 60% in each course: (a) MATH-1250 or MATH-1260 or MATH-1270, MATH-1720 or MATH-1760, MATH-1730 and (b) three courses from STAT-2920, STAT-2950, STAT-3XXX, STAT-4XXX.


Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Mathematics and Statistics

Major Concentration: MATH-1020, MATH-1250, MATH-2250, MATH-2251, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, STAT-2920, STAT-2950; four of MATH-3160, MATH-3200, MATH-3270, MATH-3580, MATH-3581, MATH-3590, STAT-3960. (additional requirements: MATH-1720, MATH-1730.)

Minor Concentration: MATH-1020, MATH-1250, MATH-2780, MATH-2790, MATH-3590, STAT-2920. (additional requirements: MATH-1720, MATH-1730.)


PROGRAM REGULATIONS
All programs in Mathematics are subject to the general University and Faculty of Science regulations as outlined in the relevant sections of this calendar. Additionally, Mathematics majors must obtain a 60% or better in each Mathematics or Statistics course which is explicitly required in their program of registration. Students registered in the combined Mathematics and Computer Science Honours program also must obtain at least 60% in all required Computer Science courses.

SUGGESTED COURSES FOR MATHEMATICS SPECIALIZATION'S
Pure Mathematics: COMP-2310, MATH-3270, MATH-4220, MATH-4230, MATH-4580,and MATH-4581.
Statistics: COMP-2310, STAT-3920, STAT-3950, and MATH-4580.
Applied Mathematics: COMP-2310, MATH-3550, MATH-3960, PHYS-1400, PHYS-1410, PHYS-1500, PHYS-2200, PHYS-2500, PHYS-3500, PHYS-4200, PHYS-4100, and STAT-3960.
Actuarial: MATH-3960, MATH-3980, MATH-4980, MATH-4981, STAT-3920, STAT-3950, STAT-3960, STAT-4980, STAT-4981, ACCT-1510, ACCT-2550, FINA-2710, and FINA-4740.