The Department of Mathematics offers several Honours and Major undergraduate degree programs. Click here to learn more about them. See here for information on fees, funding and awards and scholarships, and here to get information about admission procedures and deadlines. Finally, click here to find out about careers in Mathematics.
The Department offers many undergraduate courses. Click here to find out what these are. You will also find there past examinations (midterms and finals).
Information on new mathematics curriculum can be found in this document. In particular, if you are interested in Science General degree or Math minor, see p.8 of that file.
Student advisors in the faculty administering your program will have a general knowledge of your program requirements. For specific questions regarding mathematics courses, you can contact the Associate Head (Undergraduate Studies).
The Department of Mathematics does not allow overrides into first- and second-year courses. However, it is likely that in the time from the start of classes to the end of the Registration revision period (see here for that date in the current year), some spots will open up in one of the sections of the course you want to take. Check with the instructor of one of the sections and with one teaching assistant that it is okay to sit in their class, then attend lectures and tutorials. If a spot opens up in one of the sections, register in it. Note that you will incur late registration fees, and that there is no guarantee that a spot will indeed open up.
We have a help centre, located 412 Machray Hall, available to students registered in first year math courses. Details are available here.
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:
Friday, November 24 at 13:30, 316 Machray Hall.