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Course Schedule for an Honours BSc in Mathematics

Mathematics and Statistics


Course Schedule for an Honours BSc in Mathematics1

 

 

Fall semester

Winter semester

Either or both semester(s)

Year 1

 

MATH-1103(3)2

MATH-1104(3)2

ACS-1903(3)3 or ACS-1905(3)3 or ACS/PHYS-2102(3)3

MATH-1201(3)

MATH-1401(3)3

Year 2

MATH-2105(3)

MATH-2102(3)3

MATH-2106(3)

MATH-2203(3)

MATH-2103(3)3

MATH-2501(3)3

MATH-2202(3)3,4

 

Years 3

 

 

 

 

MATH-3202(3)

MATH-4202(3)

MATH-3101(6)

MATH-4101(3)3,4

MATH-3401(3)3

MATH-3402(3)3

MATH-3203(3)3,4

MATH-3103(3)3,4

 

Year 4

 

 

MATH-4401(3)3,4

MATH-4403(3)3,4

MATH-4602(3)3,4

MATH-4603(3)3,4

 

Courses marked in bold print are required for the degree.  Note that one of ACS-1903(3), ACS-1905(3) or ACS/PHYS-2102(3) will be a required for all BSc Math Honours students who enter the university in the 2020-21 academic year or later.

Students must take a minimum of 66 credit hours in Mathematics and can use at most 72 credit hours in Mathematics towards their honours degree. A minimum of 30 credit hours in Mathematics must be at the 3000/4000-level of which at least 12 credit hours must be at the 4000 level.  Cross-listed courses cannot be used towards the 30-credit hour course requirement in Mathematics at the 3000/4000-level. Other degree requirements are found here.

Footnotes:

  1. This chart represents a sample course schedule. Students often don’t immediately decide on their major and can (and often do) obtain their Honours BSc degree in Mathematics by following a different course schedule than the sample one found here.
  2. Students can also take MATH-1101(6).
  3. Students may find it more convenient to take these courses in a different year (preferably within a difference of at most one year) than the one specified.
  4. Course is usually offered (at most) every other year.