Faculty of Science : Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Faculty

Emeritus

Visiting, Honorary, Adjunct and Cross-listed Appointments

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The prerequisite for MATH 100 is a minimum grade of 73% in either Principles of Mathematics 12 or Pre-calculus 12; or a minimum grade of C+ in MATH 120; or a PASS on the MATH 100 pretest. The pretest will be given in the first week of classes each term.
Note: MATH 498 is highly recommended.
Note: STAT 261 is recommended.
A student may declare a Minor in Mathematics by completing the requirements for an Honours Program or a Major Program in another discipline together with either the Mathematics course requirements for the General in Mathematics or the following set of courses:
Two of MATH 451, 452, STAT 354, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459 (454 can be taken more than once in different topics)
9.0 additional units made up of MATH or STAT courses numbered 300 or higher
7.5 additional units made up of MATH or STAT courses numbered 300 or higher. Recommended courses include
MATH 452, STAT 450, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459 (454 can be taken more than once in different topics)
MATH 200 (or 205), 211
STAT 260 (or 255), 261 (or 256)
MATH 352, 377, 452, STAT 350, 355, 359, 450, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459 (454 can be taken more than once in different topics)
MATH 100 (or 102 or 109), 101 (or 151)
STAT 260 (or 252, 254, 255), 261 (or 256)
One of STAT 350, 355, 359, 450, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459 (454 can be taken more than once in different topics)
Three of MATH 451, 452, STAT 354, 453, 454, 455, 456, 457, 458, 459 (454 can be taken more than once in different topics)
STAT 260 (or 255), 2611 (or 256)
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BIOC 300A or 300B may be used to fulfill the Biochemistry requirement and may be prerequisites for recommended courses.
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Students interested in cell and molecular biology should take BIOL 360, at least three of BIOL 309, 361, 362, 401A, 435, 436, 439; and BIOL 326, 432, 458, 459, 465, 467, 490F are also relevant. Students interested in physiology and medicine should take BIOL 365, at least three of BIOL 309, 360, 367, 432, 435, 436, 447; and BIOL 362, 366, 404, 401A, 409B, 439, 448, 467, 490E, 490F, 490H are also relevant. Students interested in ecology and evolution should select courses from BIOL 329, 335, 345, 346, 370, 418, 435, 438, 446, 457, 461, 462, 468, 490B, 490D, 490G, 490J
CHEM 091 and 1011, or 1012
Three of MATH 322, 335, 342, 346, 352, 365, 377, 379, 401, 412, 435, 442, 446, 451, 452, at least two of which must be numbered 400 or higher
CHEM 091 and 1011, or 1012
For a BSc degree in Combined Computer Science and Mathematics or Computer Science and Statistics, students may take a Major or Honours program. These programs are not joint degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics or Computer Science and Statistics, but a single degree program composed of selected courses from each of the departments. These combined programs are offered through the Faculty of Science. Students should contact an adviser in Computer Science for advice regarding CSC or SENG courses, and an adviser in Mathematics and Statistics for advice regarding MATH or STAT courses, and for advice regarding the programs. Students considering future graduate work in Computer Science, Mathematics or Statistics should consult with advisers prior to making their choice of elective courses.
Admissions to the Honours program is done through Mathematics and Statistics, in consultation with Computer Science. Students who wish to be admitted to one of the Combined Honours programs should apply in writing to the Honours Advisers of both departments on completion of their second year. Normally a student will be admitted to the Combined Honours program only if the student meets the following conditions:
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completion of CSC 106 (formerly 112, 212), 110, 115, 225, 230, and SENG 265
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MATH 211 can be replaced by MATH 110
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Students planning to take STAT 350 in third year should register for STAT 261
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MATH 211 can be replaced by MATH 110.
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Students planning to take STAT 350 in third year should register for STAT 261.
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MATH 211 can be replaced by MATH 110.
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MATH 211 can be replaced by MATH 110.
Combined Physics and Mathematics Program Requirements
PHYS 120 and 130; or 110 and 111
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Some students may take MATH 211 and 212 in first year, and MATH 311 and 312 in second year.
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PHYS 210 and CSC 349A are recommended.
ECON 103 or 103C or 180, 104
AWR1 and Electives3
MATH 248 or elective3,4
ECON 305, 3131,2, 3651, 366, 4352
ECON 457 or elective3, 4
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Satisfaction of the AWR (Academic Writing Requirement) is a prerequisite for ECON 225. ECON 225 is a prerequisite for ECON 313 and a co-requisite for ECON 365. Students satisfy the ECON 225 course requirement if they have passed ENGR 240.
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A minimum grade of C in ECON 203 is the prerequisite for ECON 313. A minimum grade of B- in ECON 313 is the prerequisite for ECON 435 and 454.
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Students must complete MATH 248 or ECON 457. MATH 248 should be taken in Second Year, while ECON 457 should be taken in Fourth year.
See Co-operative Education Programs for the Faculty of Science.
Each work term is recorded on the student’s 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.
The Mathematics Work Experience program is intended for students who are enrolled in, or have completed, at least 3 units of 300- or 400-level courses in Mathematics or Statistics in any Major or Honours degree program in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, or in any combined degree program. Students participating in the Work Experience program must pass two Co-op work experience terms, that is, a total of eight months of full-time, discipline-related work under the supervision of the Mathematics Co-op Program. These work experience terms are subject to the General Regulations: Undergraduate Co-op, with the exception that work term credit by challenge is not permitted. Students passing the required two work experience terms will receive a designation of Work Experience on their academic record and transcript.