Mathematical models pervade all aspects of the pure and applied sciences. Advances in science and technology require not only specialized knowledge in a particular discipline but also a deep understanding of the mathematical tools that underpin models in the discipline. The Certificate in Mathematical Modelling equips students with the mathematical fluency required to formulate, analyze, and evaluate models arising in a wide variety of scientific and industrial contexts.

Following completion of MATH 336 (Mathematical Modelling I), students are invited to complete their training by continuing a broad study of mathematical models in MATH 436 (Mathematical Modelling II) or by exploring in depth an area of mathematical modelling that appeals to their particular interests (discrete, continuous, probabilistic, or quantum modelling).

**Major Average**

The major average in the Certificate in Mathematical Modelling includes the grades earned in:

- All courses eligible to be used in the program

**Residency Requirements**

To receive a Certificate in Mathematical Modelling, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.

- Minimum credit units required in the program

See Residency for additional details.

# Requirements (30 credit units)

- MATH 211.3
- MATH 238.3
- MATH 223.3 or MATH 225.3 or MATH 276.3
- MATH 224.3 or MATH 226.3 or MATH 277.3
- STAT 241.3
- MATH 336.3

Choose **3 credit units** from the following:

- MATH 110.3
- MATH 133.4
- MATH 176.3

Choose **3 credit units** from the following:

- MATH 116.3
- MATH 134.3
- MATH 177.3

Choose **3 credit units** from the following:

- MATH 164.3
- MATH 266.3

Choose **3 credit units** from the following:

- MATH 313.3
- MATH 314.3
- MATH 325.3
- MATH 327.3
- MATH 328.3
- MATH 331.3
- MATH 339.3
- MATH 436.3
- STAT 341.3
- STAT 342.3
- STAT 344.3
- STAT 345.3
- STAT 346.3
- STAT 348.3
- STAT 349.3
- STAT 447.3