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  • Objectives
    This program "fast-tracks" exceptional Mathematics or Statistics students, making it possible to graduate in four years instead of five, with both a bachelor's and a master's degree. You can graduate with a Combined BMath/MSc in Mathematics or in Statistics.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Mathematics in Mathematics (Combined with Master of Science in Mathematics)
  • Course description
    Mathematics
    B.Math.
    (15.0 credits)
    (Combined B.Math./M.Sc.)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (9.5 credits):

       1. 7.0 credits in MATH 1002 [1.0], MATH 1102 [1.0], MATH 2000 [1.0], MATH 2100 [1.0], MATH 2454, STAT 2655, MATH 3001, MATH 3057, MATH 3106, MATH 3158;
       2. 0.5 credit in MATH 3002 or MATH 3008;
       3. 0.5 credit from the 3000-level Honours Sequence or MATH or STAT at the 4000-level or higher;
       4. 1.5 credits at the 4000-level or higher in MATH or STAT;

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (5.5 credits):

       5. 4.0 credits not in MATH, STAT or COMP, consisting of:
             1. 1.0 credit in Natural Science Electives;
             2. 2.0 credits in Approved Arts or Social Sciences;
             3. 1.0 credit at the 2000-level or higher, in Natural Science Electives or in Approved Arts and Social Sciences.
       6. 1.5 credits in free electives.

    Students wishing to specialize in Stochastics may, with the permission of the School, replace Items 1 - 4 of the Mathematics version by:

       1. 5.5 credits in MATH 1002 [1.0], MATH 1102 [1.0], MATH 2000 [1.0], MATH 2100 [1.0], MATH 2454, STAT 2559, STAT 2655;
       2. 2.0 credits in MATH 3001, STAT 3506, STAT 3558, STAT 3559;
       3. 0.5 credit from MATH 3002, MATH 3057, MATH 3008;
       4. 1.5 credits at the 4000-level or higher in MATH or STAT.

    Graduate Portion  - M.Sc.


    During the graduate portion of the "fast-track" program, the student is registered as a graduate student and is covered by the regulations of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

       5. 1.5 credits at the 5000-level or higher in MATH or STAT;
       6. 1.0 credit at the 5000-level or higher in mathematics or statistics or from another department or school;
       7. Either:
             1. MATH 4905 and 1.5 credits in MATH or STAT at the 5000-level or higher

                or
             2. an M.Sc. thesis in Mathematics.

    • MATH 0005 - Precalculus: Functions and Graphs
    • MATH 0007 - Introductory Calculus
    • MATH 0107 - Algebra and Geometry
    • MATH 1002 - Calculus
    • MATH 1004 - Calculus for Engineering or Physics
    • MATH 1005 - Differential Equations and Infinite Series for Engineering or Physics
    • MATH 1007 - Elementary Calculus I
    • MATH 1009 - Calculus: with Applications to Business and Economics
    • MATH 1102 - Algebra
    • MATH 1104 - Linear Algebra for Engineering or Science
    • MATH 1107 - Linear Algebra I
    • MATH 1119 - Linear Algebra: with Applications to Business and Economics
    • MATH 1401 - Elementary Mathematics for Economics I
    • MATH 1402 - Elementary Mathematics for Economics II
    • MATH 1805 - Discrete Structures I
    • MATH 2000 - Calculus and Introductory Analysis (Honours)
    • MATH 2004 - Multivariable Calculus for Engineering or Physics
    • MATH 2007 - Elementary Calculus II
    • MATH 2008 - Intermediate Calculus
    • MATH 2009 - Intermediate Calculus for Science Students
    • MATH 2100 - Algebra (Honours)
    • MATH 2107 - Linear Algebra II
    • MATH 2108 - Abstract Algebra I
    • MATH 2200 - Co-operative Work Term Report 1 (Honours)
    • MATH 2210 - Introduction to Geometry
    • MATH 2404 - Ordinary Differential Equations I
    • MATH 2454 - Ordinary Differential Equations (Honours)
    • MATH 2800 - Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms
    • MATH 2907 - Directed Studies (Honours)
    • MATH 3001 - Real Analysis (Honours)
    • MATH 3002 - Calculus of Differential Forms and Geometry (Honours)
    • MATH 3007 - Functions of a Complex Variable
    • MATH 3008 - Ordinary Differential Equations (Honours)
    • MATH 3009 - Introductory Analysis
    • MATH 3057 - Functions of a Complex Variable (Honours)
    • MATH 3101 - Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications
    • MATH 3106 - Introduction to Group Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 3107 - Linear Algebra III
    • MATH 3108 - Abstract Algebra II
    • MATH 3158 - Rings and Fields (Honours)
    • MATH 3200 - Co-operative Work Term Report 2 (Honours)
    • MATH 3201 - Co-operative Work Term Report 3 (Honours)
    • MATH 3206 - Plane Projective Geometry
    • MATH 3210 - Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry
    • MATH 3306 - Elements of Set Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 3404 - Ordinary Differential Equations II
    • MATH 3406 - Autonomous Dynamical Systems (Honours)
    • MATH 3705 - Mathematical Methods I
    • MATH 3800 - Modeling and Computational Methods for Experimental Science
    • MATH 3801 - Linear Programming
    • MATH 3802 - Combinatorial Optimization
    • MATH 3804 - Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
    • MATH 3806 - Numerical Analysis
    • MATH 3807 - Mathematical Software
    • MATH 3808 - Mathematical Analyses of Games of Chance
    • MATH 3809 - Introduction to Number Theory and Cryptography
    • MATH 3815 - Mathematics for Molecular Biology
    • MATH 3816 - Mathematics for Evolutionary Biology
    • MATH 3819 - Modern Computer Algebra
    • MATH 3825 - Discrete Structures and Applications
    • MATH 3855 - Discrete Structures and Applications (Honours)
    • MATH 3907 - Directed Studies
    • MATH 4002 - Fourier Analysis (Honours)
    • MATH 4003 - Functional Analysis (Honours)
    • MATH 4007 - Measure and Integration Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4102 - Group Representations and Applications (Honours)
    • MATH 4105 - Rings and Modules (Honours)
    • MATH 4106 - Group Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4107 - Commutative Algebra (Honours)
    • MATH 4108 - Homological Algebra and Category Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4109 - Fields and Coding Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4200 - Co-operative Work Term Report 4 (Honours)
    • MATH 4201 - Co-operative Work Term Report 5 (Honours)
    • MATH 4205 - Introduction to General Topology (Honours)
    • MATH 4206 - Introduction to Algebraic Topology (Honours)
    • MATH 4207 - Foundations of Geometry (Honours)
    • MATH 4208 - Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds (Honours)
    • MATH 4305 - Analytic Number Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4306 - Algebraic Number Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4600 - Case Studies in Operations Research (Honours)
    • MATH 4700 - Partial Differential Equations (Honours)
    • MATH 4701 - Topics in Partial Differential Equations (Honours)
    • MATH 4703 - Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations (Honours)
    • MATH 4801 - Topics in Combinatorics (Honours)
    • MATH 4802 - Introduction to Mathematical Logic (Honours)
    • MATH 4803 - Computable Functions (Honours)
    • MATH 4805 - Theory of Automata (Honours)
    • MATH 4806 - Numerical Linear Algebra (Honours)
    • MATH 4807 - Game Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4808 - Graph Theory and Algorithms (Honours)
    • MATH 4809 - Mathematical Cryptography (Honours)
    • MATH 4811 - Combinatorial Design Theory (Honours)
    • MATH 4905 - Honours Project (Honours)
    • MATH 4906 - Directed Studies (Honours)
    • MATH 4907 - Directed Studies (Honours)
    • STAT 2507 - Introduction to Statistical Modeling I
    • STAT 2509 - Introduction to Statistical Modeling II
    • STAT 2559 - Basics of Statistical Modeling (Honours)
    • STAT 2605 - Probability Models
    • STAT 2606 - Business Statistics I
    • STAT 2607 - Business Statistics II
    • STAT 2655 - Introduction to Probability with Applications (Honours)
    • STAT 3502 - Probability and Statistics
    • STAT 3503 - Regression Analysis
    • STAT 3504 - Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design
    • STAT 3506 - Stochastic Processes and Applications (Honours)
    • STAT 3507 - Sampling Methodology
    • STAT 3508 - Elements of Probability Theory
    • STAT 3509 - Mathematical Statistics
    • STAT 3553 - Regression Modeling (Honours)
    • STAT 3555 - Stochastic Modeling and Simulation (Honours)
    • STAT 3558 - Elements of Probability Theory (Honours)
    • STAT 3559 - Mathematical Statistics (Honours)
    • STAT 3608 - Probability in Communications and Electrical Engineering
    • STAT 4500 - Parametric Estimation (Honours)
    • STAT 4501 - Probability Theory (Honours)
    • STAT 4502 - Survey Sampling (Honours)
    • STAT 4503 - Applied Multivariate Analysis (Honours)
    • STAT 4504 - Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments (Honours)
    • STAT 4506 - Nonparametric Methods (Honours)
    • STAT 4507 - Statistical Inference (Honours)
    • STAT 4508 - Stochastic Models (Honours)
    • STAT 4509 - Advanced Mathematical Modeling (Honours)
    • STAT 4601 - Data Mining I (Honours)
    • STAT 4603 - Time Series and Forecasting (Honours)
    • STAT 4604 - Statistical Computing (Honours)
    • STAT 4605 - Statistical Methods in Biostatistics (Honours)
    • STAT 4606 - Practices in Biostatistics (Honours)

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