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Department of Mathematical Sciences Regulations

Department of Mathematical Sciences Regulations

See the University Regulations section and the Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies Regulations section of this Calendar for conditions to enter, proceed in, and graduate from these programs.

In Mathematics and Statistics programs where the year level of mathematics or science courses is specifically designated to be at the second year level or higher, zero level courses are not allowed.

Students cannot obtain credit for two courses covering essentially the same material. Some examples are: Mathematics 0210, 0212, 4030; Mathematics 1160, 1180; Mathematics 2321 and 2331/2333.

To continue in a Mathematics or Statistics Program, students must successfully complete all the required first year courses in their major program by the end of their second year of full time registration.

For programs offered by the Department of Mathematical Sciences, the courses that may be used to fulfill science elective requirements are as follows: any course offered for science degree credit in the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematical Sciences, or Physics; as well as those courses listed as acceptable for science credit in the calendar entries of the Departments of Anthropology and Geography.