Programs in Mathematics
The following descriptions indicate minimum program requirements. Courses bearing the "MATH" and the "STAT" abbreviations are considered as being in different subjects. The number of credit units of "STAT" courses that may be included in a Mathematics major is limited. Please consult the following information for details.
A program in Applied Mathematics has been designed to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to study Mathematics with an emphasis on the utility of the subject toward the quantitative study of a discipline other than Mathematics. Interested students should consult the Applied Mathematics program.
The Departments of Mathematics and Statistics and Physics and Engineering Physics have developed an interdisciplinary program in Mathematical Physics. Interested students, particularly students interested in applied mathematics and theoretical physics, should consult the Mathematical Physics program.
Students who have not taken all of the required courses in their second year are encouraged to discuss alternate routes with the Head of the Department.
Students intending to enter the third or fourth year of a program leading to the Honours degree are required to consult with the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics or designate for approval of an acceptable program.
In exceptional circumstances a student may be prepared to take a graduate mathematics or statistics course in the final year. Students wishing approval to take such a course and to count it towards the Honours requirements should consult with the department's Undergraduate Committee.
Students who complete an introductory course in statistical methodology that is essentially equivalent to STAT 242 may use such a course to satisfy the prerequisite requirements provided by STAT 242. However, such students will be required to add an additional approved 3 credit-unit course in statistics, mathematics or an area of application to their programs.
Junior MATH course credits
Up to 9 credit units may be obtained from the first-year offerings in mathematics depending on the courses taken and the order in which they are taken. For detailed information on which courses may be taken for credit please see the Academic Information and Policies section.
The major average in Mathematics programs includes the grades earned in:
- MATH 110, MATH 116
- All MATH and STAT courses approved for inclusion in the Major Requirement C6
- All courses listed in the Major Requirement C6.
Residency Requirements in the Major
To receive a degree in Mathematics, 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.
- MATH 110 and MATH 116
Minimum requirements in Major Requirement C6.
See Residency for additional details.
- Bachelor of Science Honours (B.Sc. Honours) - Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science Four-year (B.Sc. Four-year) - Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science Three-year (B.Sc. Three-year) - Mathematics
- Bachelor of Science Double Honours - Mathematics - Major 1
- Double Honours - Mathematics - Major 2
- Bachelor of Science Double Honours - Mathematics and Statistics - Majors 1 and 2
- Mathematics - Minor