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Students have the option of a four-year Honours program or a three-year General program. Mathematics can be pursued on its own as a single-major subject leading to a B.Sc., or it may be studied in conjunction with another subject in a joint-major program leading to a B.Sc. or a B.A.
In the first year of studies, Trent students are offered core courses in calculus and linear algebra, as well as an introduction to probability. Upper-year courses cover a variety of areas such as linear and abstract algebra, analysis, computer-oriented mathematics, differential equations, discrete mathematics, the history of mathematics, mathematical logic, measure and integration, topology, mathematical and applied statistics, time series analysis and stochastic processes.
Trent University offers a variety of exciting undergraduate degrees in Mathematics and related disciplines, including:
- single-major Honours B.Sc. in Mathematics
- joint-major Honours B.Sc. in Mathematics
- single-major General B.Sc. in Mathematics
- joint-major General B.Sc. in Mathematics
- minor in Mathematics
- specialization in Mathematical Finance
- specialization in Statistics (not currently offered*)
- single-major Honours B.Sc. in Mathematical Computer Science (discontinued*)
- A 2+2 articulation program with Tianjin University of Commence of China brings their international students to Trent for an unique educational experience.
*Students currently enrolled can finish their degree in each program.
For students who are interested in more than one subject, the following joint degree programs are provided:
- Mathematical Economics B.Sc. degree
- Mathematical Physics B.Sc. degree
- Mathematics Course Offers (2018 to 2019)
- Mathematics Course Offers (2017 to 2018)
- Mathematics Course Offers (2016 to 2017)
- Mathematics Courses (all course offerings)
- Pure Math Dependency Lattice
- Applied Math Dependency Lattice
- University Academic Calendar
- University Academic TimeTable
- Enjoying MATH
At the graduate level, faculty members supervise M.Sc. students through the Applied Modelling and Quantitative Methods (AMOD)program. In addition, a M.Sc. degree in Financial Analytics via a course-based stream in the AMOD program is available. Ph.D degrees are offered through the Trent-Queen’s collaboration graduate program.