Knowledge of Mathematics and Statistics is crucial for understanding our world. This unique program provides a core of both
mathematics and statistics with a choice of a Mathematics stream or a Statistics stream. This major also requires the completion
of an area of emphasis as listed. Students are encouraged to speak with a Program Counsellor when choosing courses for the
selected stream and area of emphasis.
Students may enter this major in Semester 1 or any semester thereafter. A student wishing to declare the major must consult
the Faculty Advisor. A total of 20.00 credits is required to complete the Major which includes at least 10.00 credits in Mathematics
& Statistics, 0.50 credits in Computing and Information Science, and an additional 2.50 credits in an area of emphasis.
Semester 3
CIS*1500 
[0.50] 
Introduction to Programming 
MATH*2200 
[0.50] 
Advanced Calculus I 
STAT*3100 
[0.50] 
Introductory Mathematical Statistics I 
1.00 electives or restricted electives 
Semester 5
2.50 electives or restricted electives 
Semester 6
2.50 electives or restricted electives 
Semester 7
2.50 electives or restricted electives 
Semester 8
MATH*4440 
[0.50] 
Case Studies in Mathematics and Statistics 
2.00 electives or restricted electives 
* Students entering the major in first year are strongly advised to take IPS*1500 or (MATH*1200, PHYS*1080). Students declaring the Energy and Mass Transfer, the Electricity and Systems, or the Signal Processing Area of Emphasis
should take (MATH*1200, PHYS*1080).
** Students entering the major in first year are strongly advised to take IPS*1510 or (MATH*1210, PHYS*1010). Students declaring the Energy and Mass Transfer, the Electricity and Systems, or the Signal Processing Area of Emphasis
should take (MATH*1210, PHYS*1010).
*** BIOL*1070 and BIOL*1090 are recommended if taking either the BINF or the BBM Area of Emphasis
RESTRICTED ELECTIVES

1.00 credits of Approved Arts and/or Social Science electives

5.50 credits from either the Mathematics Stream or the Statistics Stream as follows:

2.50 credits from an Area of Emphasis
Mathematics Stream:
MATH*2210 
[0.50] 
Advanced Calculus II 
MATH*2270 
[0.50] 
Applied Differential Equations 
MATH*3160 
[0.50] 
Linear Algebra II 
MATH*3200 
[0.50] 
Real Analysis 
0.50 additional credits in MATH at 3000 level or above 
3.00 additional credits in MATH or STAT at 3000 level or above of which at least 1.50 credits must be MATH at the 4000 level 

STAT*3110 
[0.50] 
Introductory Mathematical Statistics II 
STAT*3240 
[0.50] 
Applied Regression Analysis 
0.50 additional credits in MATH at 3000 level or above 

1.00 additional credits in MATH or STAT at 2000 level or above 

3.00 additional credits in MATH or STAT at 3000 level or above of which at least 1.50 credits must be STAT at the 4000 level 

AREAS OF EMPHASIS
BIOINFORMATICS (BINF)
The following credits must be taken: 
BIOL*2400 
[0.50] 
Evolution 
BIOL*3020 
[0.50] 
Population Genetics 
BIOL*3040 
[0.50] 
Methods in Evolutionary Biology 
BIOL*3300 
[0.50] 
Applied Bioinformatics 
MBG*2040 
[0.50] 
Foundations in Molecular Biology and Genetics 

BIOMATHEMATICAL OR BIOSTATISTICAL MODELLING (BBM)
The following credits must be taken: 
BIOL*2060 
[0.50] 
Ecology 
BIOL*2400 
[0.50] 
Evolution 
BIOL*3060 
[0.50] 
Populations, Communities & Ecosystems 
BIOL*3130 
[0.50] 
Conservation Biology 
BIOL*4150 
[0.50] 
Wildlife Conservation and Management 

COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)
The following credits must be taken: 
CIS*2430 
[0.50] 
Object Oriented Programming 
CIS*2500 
[0.50] 
Intermediate Programming 
CIS*2520 
[0.50] 
Data Structures 
at least 1.00 credits from: 
CIS*3110 
[0.50] 
Operating Systems I 
CIS*3190 
[0.50] 
Software for Legacy Systems 
CIS*3490 
[0.50] 
The Analysis and Design of Computer Algorithms 
CIS*3530 
[0.50] 
Data Base Systems and Concepts 

Note: CIS*2750 is recommended in addition to the Area of Emphasis requirements for students interested in Computer Science


ECONOMICS (ECON)
The following credits must be taken: 
ECON*1050 
[0.50] 
Introductory Microeconomics 
ECON*1100 
[0.50] 
Introductory Macroeconomics 
ECON*2310 
[0.50] 
Intermediate Microeconomics 
at least 1.00 credits from: 

Note: ECON*1050 and ECON*1100 are approved Arts or Social Science electives for B.Sc. students


ENERGY AND MASS TRANSFER (EMT)
The following credits must be taken: 
ENGG*1210 
[0.50] 
Engineering Mechanics I 
ENGG*2230 
[0.50] 
Fluid Mechanics 
ENGG*2400 
[0.50] 
Engineering Systems Analysis 
ENGG*3260 
[0.50] 
Thermodynamics 
ENGG*3430 
[0.50] 
Heat and Mass Transfer 
Note: No more than 3.00 credits in ENGG courses may be taken.


ELECTRICITY AND SYSTEMS (EAS)
The following credits must be taken: 
ENGG*1210 
[0.50] 
Engineering Mechanics I 
ENGG*2400 
[0.50] 
Engineering Systems Analysis 
ENGG*2450 
[0.50] 
Electric Circuits 
at least 1.00 credits from: 

Note: No more than 3.00 credits in ENGG courses may be taken.


SIGNAL PROCESSING (SP)
The following credits must be taken: 
ENGG*1210 
[0.50] 
Engineering Mechanics I 
ENGG*2400 
[0.50] 
Engineering Systems Analysis 
ENGG*2450 
[0.50] 
Electric Circuits 
ENGG*3390 
[0.50] 
Signal Processing 
ENGG*4660 
[0.50] 
Medical Image Processing 
Note: No more than 3.00 credits in ENGG courses may be taken.


INDIVIDUALIZED (IN)
It is required that 2.5 credits are taken from approved Science electives for B.Sc. students where 1.00 credits must be at
the 3000 level or above.
Credit Summary (20.00 Total Credits)
5.00  First year science credits
3.00  Required science courses semesters 3 – 8 )
8.00  Restricted electives (Stream and Area of Emphasis)
1.00  Arts and/or Social Science electives (# 1 in restricted elective list)
3.00  Free electives  any approved elective for B.Sc. students. (Could be less if restricted electives do not count as science)
Of the total credits required, students are required to complete 16.00 credits in science of which 2.00 credits must be at
the 4000 level and an additional 4.00 credits must be at the 3000 or 4000 level.