BSc Honour Specialization


Honours Specialization in Mathematics (BSc)

Graduation Requirements:

In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must also satisfy the Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree requirements, which include regulations on first year and subject maximum and breadth requirements.


Program Requirements:

Students will need to achieve a minimum 70% average in the 60 credits presented for the Honours Specialization in Mathematics.

Students must complete 120 credits including 60 credits in the Honours Specialization as follows:
Core Mathematics Group   27 cr.
Plus one of the following streams:  
Pure Mathematics Stream
COSC 1557 Introduction to Computer Science 3 cr.
MATH 2116 Geometry 3 cr.
MATH 3126 Number Theory 3 cr.
MATH 3136 Real Analysis I 3 cr.
MATH 3137 Real Analysis II 3 cr.
MATH 3156 Algebra I 3 cr.
Groups I, II or III 9 cr.
Group IV 6 cr.
Applied Mathematics Stream
COSC 1557 Introduction to Computer Science 3 cr.
COSC 1567 Programming in C++ 3 cr.
MATH 3127 Combinatorics and Graph Theory 3 cr.
MATH 3156 Algebra I 3 cr.
MATH 3266 Differential Equations I 3 cr.
MATH 3276 Probability & Statistics II 3 cr.
Group I, II or III 9 cr.
Group IV   6 cr.
General Stream
COSC 1557 Introduction to Computer Science 3 cr.
COSC 1567 Programming in C++ 3 cr.
MATH 3127 Combinatorics and Graph Theory 3 cr.
MATH 3136 Real Analysis I 3 cr.
MATH 3156 Algebra I 3 cr.
MATH 3266 Differential Equations I 3 cr.
Group I   3 cr.
Group II   3 cr.
Group III   3 cr.
Group IV   6 cr.

Other Science Requirements

Six credits from the following: 6 cr.
BIOL 1006 Introduction to Molecular and Cell Biology  
BIOL 1007 Introduction to Organismal and Evolutionary Biology  
CHEM 1006 General Chemistry I  
CHEM 1007 General Chemistry II  
PHYS 1006 General Physics I: Mechanics  
PHYS 1007 General Physics II: Mechanical Wave, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics  
PHYS 2006 General Physics III: Electromagnetism  
PHYS 2007 General Physics IV: Optics and Introduction to Modern Physics  
Plus:
Six credits from the following science disciplines: 6 cr.
Biology, Chemistry, Physical/Technique Geography, Geology, Physics

Concurrent Education with Mathematics

Students must comply with the requirements for their Mathematics degree program and include the following Concurrent Education set of courses: MATH 1070 Fundamentals of Arithmetic for Teachers, or six credits in Mathematics courses having 4U or equivalent prerequisites, ACAD 1601 Academic Writing, and EDUC 0106 Introduction to Teaching.


Breadth Requirements and Electives:

ACAD 1601   3 cr.
Humanities   3 cr.
Social Science and/or Professional Studies 6 cr.
Electives 36 cr.

Group Requirements:

Core Mathematics Group
MATH 1036 Calculus I  
MATH 1037 Calculus II  
MATH 1046 Introductory Linear Algebra  
MATH 1056 Discrete Mathematics I  
MATH 2036 Advanced Calculus I  
MATH 2037 Advanced Calculus II  
MATH 2046 Advanced Linear Algebra  
MATH 2056 Discrete Mathematics II  
MATH 2076 Probability & Statistics I  
Group I Pure Mathematics
MATH 2116 Geometry  
MATH 3126 Number Theory  
MATH 3127 Combinatorics & Graph Theory  
MATH 3136 Real Analysis I  
MATH 3137 Real Analysis II  
MATH 3146 Complex Analysis I  
MATH 3156 Algebra I  
MATH 3157 Algebra II  
MATH 3166 Topology  
Group II Applied Mathematics
MATH 2216 Introduction to Computational Geometry  
MATH 3226 Introduction to Stochastic Processes  
MATH 3256 Operations Research  
MATH 3266 Differential Equations I  
MATH 3267 Differential Equations II  
MATH 3276 Probability & Statistics II  
MATH 3286 Mathematics of Finance  
MATH 3296 Mathematical Modeling  
PHYS 3007 Computational Physics  
COSC 1567 Programming in C++  
COSC 2206 Mathematical Computation  
COSC 3006 Numerical Methods I  
Group III Mathematics Options
MATH 2306 History of Mathematics  
MATH 2386 Problem Solving  
MATH 3396 Selected Topics I  
MATH 3397 Selected Topics II  
Group IV Advanced Research Courses
MATH 4016 Numerical Methods II  
MATH 4036 Measure Theory  
MATH 4046 Advanced Applications of Probability and Statistics  
MATH 4086 Functional Analysis  
MATH 4246 Optimization  
MATH 4496 Research Project I  
MATH 4497 Research Project II  

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