194

Programs by Department

## 194.10 Mathematics

## 194.10.1 Honors in Mathematics

Continuation in the Honors in Mathematics program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in the previous Fall/Winter. Graduation requires the successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in each Fall/Winter.

Year 1 | |

MATH 117, 118, 127, 227 | |

6 in an approved Science option | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

6 in approved options |

Year 2 | |

MATH 217, 317, 328, either 326 or 334 | |

6 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

6 in approved options |

Years 3 and 4 | |

30 in MATH courses including MATH 326, 334, 411, 417, 418, 424, 446 or 447, 448, 496 | |

6 in approved Science options including 3 in CMPUT or STAT | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

18 in approved options |

Notes | |

Several of the required courses, including MATH 496 are only offered in alternate years. | |

MATH 496 should be taken in third year. | |

ECON 299, 386 or 387 may not be used for credit in any Honors degree offered by the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. | |

SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to MATH 114, 115, CMPUT 174 and 18 Science options. |

## Honors in Applied Mathematics

Continuation in the Honors in Applied Mathematics program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in the previous Fall/Winter. Graduation requires the successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in each Fall/Winter.

Year 1 | |

MATH 117, 118, 127, 227 | |

6 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

6 in approved options |

Year 2 | |

MATH 217, 317, 325 or 326 or 328, 334 | |

6 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

6 in approved options |

Years 3 and 4 | |

21 in Mathematics including MATH 337, 381, 411, 417, 436, 496 | |

6 in approved options at the 300-level in the field of application | |

3 in an approved 300- or 400-level MATH or MA PH 3 in CMPUT or STAT option | |

9 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved Arts options | |

12 in approved Science options |

Notes | |

Several of the required courses, including MATH 496, are only offered in alternate years. | |

MATH 496 should normally be taken in third year. | |

ECON 299, 386 or 387 may not be used for credit in any Honors degree offered by the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. | |

SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to MATH 114, 115, CMPUT 174 and 18 Science options. |

## Minor in Statistics

The degrees Honors in Mathematics and Honors in Applied Mathematics can each be obtained with a minor in Statistics if the student's program includes STAT 265, 266, 312, 371, 372, 378 and two of STAT 368, 441, 471, 472, 479.

## Minor in Computing Science

The degrees Honors in Mathematics and Honors in Applied Mathematics can each be obtained with a minor in Computing Science. The student's program must include CMPUT 114 and 115 or 174 and 175, 201, 204, 272, 291, 304, 328 and at least an additional 3 in Computing Science at the 300- or 400-level.

The Department also offers a BA Honors in Mathematics (see §44.18.1).

## Honors in Mathematical Physics

See §194.15.7 for details.

## Honors in Statistics

See §194.18.1 for details.

## 194.10.2 Specialization in Mathematics

Continuation in the Specialization in Mathematics program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all MATH courses completed in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all MATH courses taken in the last Fall/Winter of the degree, as well as a minimum 2.3 GPA on all courses credited towards the degree and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all MATH courses credited towards the degree.

The program must contain the following courses. It is recommended that these courses be taken in the years indicated.

Year 1 | |

MATH 114, 115 | |

MATH 125 | |

CMPUT 174 and 175 | |

6 in junior ENGL | |

3 in a Science option | |

6 in options |

Year 2 | |

MATH 214, 215 | |

MATH 225 | |

MATH 228 | |

3 in a MATH option | |

3 in a Science option | |

6 in Arts options | |

6 in options |

Year 3 | |

MATH 314, 414 | |

6 in MATH options | |

6 in Science options | |

6 in Arts options | |

6 in options |

Year 4 | |

12 in MATH at the 300- or 400-level | |

6 in Science options | |

12 in options |

Notes | |

Each student's program must have the approval of the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. | |

A student must take at least 6 in MATH in each Fall/Winter of the program. | |

A corresponding Honors MATH course can be substituted for any MATH course listed. For example, MATH 117 can be substituted for MATH 114. | |

Credit will not be given for ECON 299, 386 or 387. | |

Credit for SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to MATH 114, 115, CMPUT 174 and 18 Science options. |

## 194.10.3 Specialization in Computational Science (Mathematics)

Continuation in the Specialization in Computational Science (Mathematics) program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all CMPUT, MATH and STAT courses completed in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all CMPUT, MATH and STAT courses taken in the last Fall/Winter of the degree, as well as a minimum 2.3 GPA on all courses credited towards the degree and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all CMPUT, MATH and STAT courses credited towards the degree.

The program must contain the following courses. It is recommended that these courses be taken in the years indicated.

Year 1 | |

CMPUT 174 and 175 | |

MATH 114 and 115 or 117 and 118 | |

MATH 125 | |

6 in a junior ENGL | |

9 in options |

Year 2 | |

CMPUT 201, 204, 272 | |

MATH 214 and 215, or 217 and 317 | |

MATH 222, 225 | |

STAT 221 | |

6 in Arts |

Year 3 | |

CMPUT 229, 291 | |

MATH 228, 381 | |

STAT 222 | |

3 in MATH or STAT | |

3 in Arts | |

9 in options |

Year 4 | |

6 in CMPUT at 300-level or higher | |

6 in MATH or STAT at 300-level or higher | |

3 in an option at 300-level or higher | |

3 in Arts | |

12 in options |

Notes | |

The program must contain at least 72 in Science and 18 in Arts. | |

Recommended MATH options include MATH 314, 322, 324, 325, 334, 337, 373, 414, 421, 422, 481. | |

Recommended CMPUT options include CMPUT 301, 304, 313, 325, 379, 391, 401, 411. | |

Recommended STAT options include STAT 368, 378, 466, 471, 479. | |

STAT 265/366 can be substituted for STAT 221, 222. | |

Each student's program must have the approval of the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. | |

Credit will not be given for ECON 299, 386 or 387. | |

Credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to CMPUT 174, MATH 114, 115 and 18 options. |

## 194.10.4 Mathematics and Economics

The Faculty of Science offers an Honors degree and a Specialization degree in Mathematics and Economics.

## Honors in Mathematics and Economics

Continuation in the Honors in Mathematics and Economics program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in the previous Fall/Winter. Graduation requires the successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 3.0 GPA in each Fall/Winter.

Year 1 | |

ECON 101, 102 | |

MATH 117, 118, 127, 227 | |

6 junior ENGL or 3 junior ENGL and 3 junior WRS | |

6 in approved Science options |

Year 2 | |

ECON 281, 282 | |

MATH 217, 317, 325 or 326 or 328 | |

STAT 265, 266 | |

3 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved options |

Years 3 and 4 | |

ECON 384, 385, 399, 481, 482, 497 | |

6 in Economics options | |

12 from MATH 334, 373, 381, 411, 417, 421, 422, 481 | |

12 in MATH or STAT courses | |

6 in approved Science options | |

6 in approved options |

Notes | |

Credit is not granted for ECON 299, 386 or 387. | |

Credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to MATH 114, 115, 15 Science options and 6 approved options. |

## Specialization in Mathematics and Economics

Continuation in the Specialization in Mathematics and Economics program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ECON, MATH and STAT courses completed in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ECON, MATH and STAT courses taken in the last Fall/Winter of the degree, as well as a minimum 2.3 GPA on all courses credited towards the degree and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ECON, MATH and STAT courses credited towards the degree.

The program must contain the following courses. It is recommended that these courses be taken in the years indicated.

Year 1 | |

ECON 101, 102 | |

MATH 114, 115, 125 | |

STAT 151 | |

6 junior ENGL or 3 junior ENGL and 3 junior WRS | |

3 in a Science option | |

3 in an option |

Year 2 | |

ECON 281, 282 | |

MATH 214, 215, 225 | |

STAT 265, 266 | |

6 in Science options | |

3 in an option |

Years 3 and 4 | |

24 in ECON including ECON 399 | |

18 in MATH or STAT options | |

3 in a Science option | |

15 in options |

Notes | |||||||||

Each student's program must have the approval of the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and must include:
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Credit will not be given for ECON 299, 386 or 387. | |||||||||

Students who are considering graduate work in Economics should take ECON 497. | |||||||||

A Student must take at least 6 in ECON, MATH, or STAT in each Fall/Winter of the program. | |||||||||

A corresponding Honors MATH course can be substituted for any MATH course listed. For example, MATH 117 can be substituted for MATH 114. | |||||||||

Credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to MATH 114, 115, CMPUT 174, 12 Science options and 6 options. |

## 194.10.5 Specialization in Mathematics and Finance

Continuation in the Specialization in Mathematics and Finance program requires successful completion of at least 24 with a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ACCTG, ECON, FIN, MATH, MGTSC, OM and STAT courses completed in the previous Fall/Winter. In addition, graduation requires a minimum 2.3 GPA and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ACCTG, ECON, FIN, MATH, MGTSC, OM and STAT courses taken in the last Fall/Winter of the degree, as well as a minimum 2.3 GPA on all courses credited towards the degree and a minimum 2.3 GPA on all ECON, FIN, MATH, MGTSC, OM and STAT courses credited towards the degree.

Year 1 | |

CMPUT 174 and 175 | |

ECON 101, 102 | |

MATH 114, 115, 125 | |

STAT 151 | |

6 junior ENGL or 3 junior ENGL and 3 junior WRS |

Year 2 | |

ACCTG 311 | |

ECON 281 | |

MATH 214, 215 | |

MATH 225, 253 | |

OM 352 | |

STAT 265, 266 | |

3 in options |

Year 3 | |

FIN 301 | |

STAT 353 | |

MATH 356, 357 | |

3 in a FIN option | |

15 in options |

Year 4 | |

MATH 314, 414 | |

MATH 373 | |

ECON 399 or STAT 378 | |

6 in FIN options | |

12 in options |

Notes | |||||||

Each student's program must have the approval of the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences and must include:
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Approved ACCTG, ECON, FIN and MGTSC options include ACCTG 322, 412, 432, 443; ECON 282, 384, 385, 399, 408, 481, 482; FIN 412, 413, 414, 416, 422, 434, 442; MGTSC 404, 405. Credit will not be given for ECON 299, 386 or 387. | |||||||

Recommended Science options include: MATH 334, 337, 381, 432, 481; STAT 354, 466, 471, 472, 479. | |||||||

A corresponding Honors MATH course can be substituted for any MATH course listed. For example, MATH 117 can be substituted for MATH 114. | |||||||

Credit in SCI 100 will be considered equivalent to CMPUT 174, MATH 114, 115 and 18 options. |

## 194.10.6 Industrial Internship Program

An Industrial Internship Program, similar to a co-op program, is offered to students in the Specialization or Honors programs in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (see §192.11 for guidelines to the program). The Industrial Internship designation will appear on the degree parchments of students who have participated in the program.

Students approved to enter this stream register for a continuous sequence of Science Work Experience courses (WKEXP 955, 956, 957, 958), starting in May, September or January. During the program, students are considered full-time students of the University. Work experience courses have no weight and are graded credit/no credit, and recorded on the student's transcript. The Industrial Internship Program Advisor maintains contact at approximately three-month intervals with the student and the person designated by the employer to be responsible for the student's progress. This arrangement ensures satisfaction on all sides. If the review shows the situation is not satisfactory, the internship may be terminated and the student would then return to classes at the next available opportunity. The graduation requirements for the Industrial Internship program designation include successful completion of at least WKEXP 955 and 956 plus MATH or STAT 400. MATH or STAT 400 must be taken in the first term immediately following completion of the WKEXP period. If required by the employer, the student's written report and oral presentation in MATH or STAT 400 may be classified confidential. The employer also assesses the student's performance during the work term. Based on the student's written report and oral presentation, and the report from the employer, students are awarded a grade in MATH or STAT 400. Neither MATH 400 nor STAT 400 can be used for credit toward a Specialization or Honors degree offered by the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.

Interested students should see the Industrial Internship Advisor in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences for more information.