*X--Degree Programs*

Department of Mathematics and Statistics, College of Physical and Engineering Science.

A grade of 70% in the mathematics courses of semesters 1 and 2 is normally required for admission to semester 3 of this program.

- 19-104
**General Chemistry I** - 27-160
**Foundations of Programming** - 63-120
**Calculus I** - 76-100
**An Introduction to Mechanics** - One Arts or Social Science elective.

- One biological science course from 17-115, 65-100, 92-102.
- 19-105
**General Chemistry II** - 63-121
**Calculus II** - 76-101
**Fundamental Laws of Physics** - One elective.

+The MPC2 courses provide another route into Semester 3. MPC2 students should consult the Program Counsellor concerning course selection for Semesters 1 and 2.

- One biological science course.
- 63-215
**Applied Matrix Algebra** - OR
- 63-216
**Linear Algebra I** - 63-220
**Advanced Calculus I** - 89-204
**Statistics I** - OR
- 89-210
**Introductory Probability and Statistics** - One elective.

- 63-213
**Numerical Methods** - 63-217
**Differential Equations I** - 63-221
**Advanced Calculus II** - 89-205
**Statistics II*** - One elective.

*If 89-210 taken in semester 3, 89-205 is recommended but not required.

- 63-200
**Set Theory** - 89-310
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics I** - 89-324
**Applied Regression Analysis** - Two electives.

- 89-311
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics II** - 89-321
**Experimental Design** - **One 300 or 400 level Statistics or Mathematics course.
- Two electives.

- 89-408
**Data Analysis** - *Two 400 level Statistics or Mathematics courses.
- Two electives.

- 89-332
**Sampling Theory with Applications** - 89-434
**Statistical Inference** - **Two 300 or 400 level Statistics courses.
- One elective.

**A specialized honours in Statistics must include 4 or more 400 level courses in Statistics.

Semester 1-3 inclusive are identical to the specialized honours program.

- 63-213
**Numerical Methods** - 63-217
**Differential Equations I** - OR
- 63-221
**Advanced Calculus II** - 89-205
**Statistics II*** - or 1 elective.
- Two electives.

*If 89-210 is taken in semester 3, 89-205 is recommended but not required.

- 89-310
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics I** - 89-324
**Applied Regression Analysis** - Three electives.

- 89-311
**Introductory Mathematical Statistics II** - 89-321
**Experimental Design** - **One 300 or 400 level Statistics or Mathematics course.
- Two electives.

- 89-408
**Data Analysis** - **One 400 level Statistics course.
- Three electives.

- 89-332
**Sampling Theory with Applications** - 89-434
**Statistical Inference** - **Two 300 or 400 level Statistics courses.
- One elective.

**A Statistics major must include 4 or more 400 level courses in Statistics (which may include 63-407, 63-424) and must include at least 12 300 or 400 level courses for the program committee approved list of science electives.

At least 6 Statistics courses must be included among the 10 courses in Mathematics and Statistics. The required courses are 63-120, 63-121, 63-215 or 63-216, 89-204, 89-210, 89-205, 89-310, 89-311. Recommended courses are 89-321, 89-332, 89-324, 89-408, 89-435. (Students are strongly urged to take mathematics courses as electives such as 63-213, 63-220.)

1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar
X--Degree Programs Bachelor of Science - B.Sc. |

For general calendar inquiries contact: sdorr@registrar.uoguelph.ca

Last revised: November 4, 1997.