Graduate Programs
The department offers a program of studies in several branches of mathematics leading to the Master's of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Some of the chief branches offered are:
  • Analysis: Approximation Theory, Complex Analysis, Functional Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, Operator Theory, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
  • Applied Mathematics: Mathematical Biology, Mathematical Modelling, Numerical Analysis
  • Discrete Mathematics / Algebra: Associative Rings, Combinatorics, Computer Algebra, Group Theory, Invariant Theory, Matrix Theory, Spectral Graph Theory
  • Foundations: Model Theory
  • Geometry / Topology: Algebraic Geometry, Differential Geometry, Low Dimensional Topology, Symplectic Geometry
For more details, see Research.

Programs available
  • Pre-Master Program
  • Thesis-based Master of Science (M.Sc. Program)
  • Course-based Master of Science (M.Sc. Program)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. Program).
Typically, students take 4 to 5 years to complete a Ph.D, 2 years to complete a thesis-based M.Sc. and 16 months to complete a course-based M.Sc. For program regulations, refer to the Supplemental Regulations.

News

MathCamp 2017 information is online.

Manitoba Workshop on Mathematical Imaging Science Friday, May 5, all day, Robert Schultz Lecture Theatre, details.

In an effort to help students, the Math department has put together the LevelUp program. See details here. Video explaining registration process is here.

Events

Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 14:30, TBA
Tommy Kucera
Fibonacci and the Liber abaci
(Seminar series : Colloquium)

Friday, May 12th, 2017 at 14:30, TBA
John Dallon
Modeling Amoeboidal Cell Motion -- Force vs Speed
(Seminar series : Colloquium)

Friday, August 4th, 2017 at 15:30, TBA
Jose Aguayo
TBA
(Seminar series : Colloquium)