Bachelor of Science

Mathematical and Statistical Science degrees


Mathematics and Statistics play a fundamental role in our modern world and provide us with the tools for analyzing and solving problems in numerous fields.


Note:
 
 *Mathematics 31 (Calculus) or equivalent is required to be successful in each of the following programs. See the course pre-requisite chart for more.

 

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The Applied Mathematics degree teaches you to use mathematical principles to solve real world problems. Unlike most Honors degrees, this program includes a minor in either Computing Sciences or Statistics- depending on your area of interest. 

  Honors


Mathematics
Our Mathematics degree examines the “pure beauty” of mathematics and its principles. The Honors program is ideal if you have a real appreciation for abstraction, logic and symmetry and an interest in becoming Mathematicians.  In the Specialization program you are able to combine your interest in mathematics with the study of a related discipline such as physics or statistics. 

  General
  Specialization
  Honors
 

Mathematics-Computational Science
This program will allow you to combine your interests in mathematics and/or statistics with studies in computing science. 

  Specialization


Mathematics and Economics
This program offers a diverse education in mathematics, finance, economics and actuarial sciences, and provides an excellent background if you are interested in careers in a financial career. 
 Specialization
 Honors

Mathematics and Finance

Similar to Mathematics and Economics, the Mathematics and Finance program offers a diverse education in mathematics, finance, economics and actuarial sciences. It also includes a management science component and is a great choice if you are interested in becoming a Financial Analyst. 
 Specialization
 Honors
   
Statistics
The Statistics degree teaches advanced study in Statistics along with an area of application that uses statistics. you are given a list of areas to choose from upon entering the program.

  General
  Specialization
  Honors