Double Honours Programs may be taken in combinations of two subjects. In this program at least 36 credit units will normally be taken in each subject. For further details, please see the Academic Information and Policies section.

Students who wish to complete a Double Honours in Mathematics and Statistics must follow the requirements for that specific combination of disciplines, listed separately on this page.

Of the requirements listed in Major 2, some courses (usually 6 credit units) may be used to fulfill Requirements 1 to 3 of Major 1. If this happens, the result will be that the number of Open Electives in Requirement 5 will be increased accordingly to continue to require a total of 120 credit units for the Double Honours degree.

The major average for Mathematics as Major 2 will be calculated using the grades earned in all MATH and all STAT courses approved for use in a Mathematics major.

Students must complete at least two-thirds of the Major 2 program requirements (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan to meet the mandatory residency requirement.

Students who are admitted to a Double Honours program (Mathematics and another subject) must be advised in both departments. Students will fulfill the Mathematics portion of the program as follows:

# Requirements (42 credit units)

__MATH 163.3____MATH 164.3__- MATH 238.3
__MATH 266.3____MATH 276.3____MATH 277.3____MATH 361.3____MATH 362.3____MATH 371.3____MATH 379.3____MATH 402.0____STAT 241.3__

MATH 402.0 is not required for students completing CMPT 400.3 as part of their Major 1 requirements.

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

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

Choose the remaining **3 credit units** from the following, using the following rules:

- MATH — 300-Level, 400-Level
- STAT — 300-Level, 400-Level
- MATH 211.3

### Recommended Electives

Computer Science

- CMPT 141.3 or CMPT 116.3 (recommended options)
- CMPT 145.3 or CMPT 117.3 (recommended options)

If you require further assistance, please contact the Arts & Science Undergraduate Student Office.