- Department of Mathematics and Statistics
- Mathematics and Statistics Programs
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- Combined Mathematics and Statistics Program Requirements
- Combined Chemistry and Mathematics Program Requirements
- Computer Science and Mathematics, and Computer Science and Statistics Program Requirements
- Physics and Mathematics Program Requirements
- Combined Major in Financial Mathematics and Economics
Mathematics and Statistics Co-operative Education Program- Computer Science/Mathematics Work Experience
The Co-operative Education Program in the Faculty of Science is described on this page. Students in a Major or Honours Program offered by the department who are admitted to the Co-operative Education Program participate in a combined Computer Science/Mathematics Program during their first two years. In their third year, students may opt to complete either a Computer Science degree program or a Mathematics and Statistics degree program, and will then enter the Co-op Program in the relevant department. Students who opt for a combined or joint degree program involving both departments will remain in the combined Computer Science/Mathematics Co-op Program.
The normal requirements for admission to the Computer Science/Mathematics Co-op Program are given in the Computer Science Co-operative Education Programs section, here. Students are normally admitted to the program in January, after their first term on campus, and application for admission should be made before the end of the first term. However, a student may be admitted to the program up to the end of his or her second year. A student will be admitted to a co-op program only if there is a satisfactory schedule of academic terms and work terms that will enable the student to complete all co-op requirements.
Students registered in the Co-op Program normally must be enrolled in at least 6 units of course work during each academic term. The performance of students will be reviewed after each academic term and each work term. Students who fail to achieve satisfactory standing on an academic term or satisfactory completion of a work term may be required to withdraw from the program.
Each work term is recorded on the students academic record and transcript. The granting of Work term credit by challenge is permitted and is governed by the co-op regulations. Students must pass four work terms in order to complete their Co-op degree requirements, and satisfy the course requirements of their specific degree program.
Further information concerning the Co-operative Education Program may be obtained from the department.
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