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Program Highlights

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Mathematics is one of the most original products of the human mind. It has many important applications in science, engineering, and statistics, but mathematics is also an important field of study for its own sake. Throughout history each culture has developed its own mathematics to solve its problems. Today there is an internationally accepted mathematics that is studied and used across the world. With our increasing need for information and technology, mathematics will play an even more important role in most occupations and fields of study. It will also continue to be a critical topic in the history of ideas, documenting fundamental modes of human thought.

Why Take Mathematics and Statistics?

Some students may take mathematics courses which apply only to their individual areas of study. Others may wish to minor or major in the subject and pursue careers in teaching, statistics, computer science, actuarial science, or many other areas. Whether studied for its many applications or for the beauty of its logical structure and expressive power, mathematics will reward the effort of students with a deeper understanding of the world and how it works. See your options here »

Career Opportunities in Mathematics  and Statistics

Most students with an undergraduate degree in Mathematics or Statistics can find employment straight from their degree. Some of our former students have gone onto successful careers in several diverse fields.
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Placement Tests

Students who register for MATH 1102 or MATH 1113 must take a placement test.

Placement tests are held in August and September each year.

If you have any questions please contact the department.

Click here for sample questions.

You may register for MATH 1102 or 1113 before taking the test. 

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