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
  • Master of Science (M.Sc. Program)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. Program).

For program regulations, refer to the Supplemental Regulations.

Upcoming Seminars

Rings and Modules seminar:
R. W. Quackenbush: When is a \(\vee\)-semilattice a lattice?
Tuesday, November 21 at 14:40, 418 Machray Hall.

Functional Analysis seminar:
Edward Timko: A Classification of \(n\)-tuples of Commuting Isometries
Tuesday, November 21 at 15:00, 205 Armes.

Geometry and Topology seminar:
Marc Ethier
Friday, November 24 at 13:30, 316 Machray Hall.

Combinatorics seminar:
Anthony Bonato: Burning spiders and path forests
Friday, November 24 at 15:30, 418 Machray Hall.