Majors, minors and specializations

The Department of Applied Mathematics offers a variety of plans that lead to the BMath Honours degree, as follows:

Applied Mathematics

Applied Mathematics/Biology Specialization

Applied Mathematics/Economics Specialization

Applied Mathematics/Physics Specialization

Applied Mathematics/Engineering Specialization: Fluids and Heat

Applied Mathematics/Engineering Specialization: Communication and Control

Applied Mathematics/Engineering Specialization: Heat and Mass Transfer

Mathematical Physics

Applied Mathematics with Scientific Computing

Advisory Notes:

Recommended schedule for Applied Mathematics plans.

A major in Applied Mathematics may also be combined with a major in another department in a joint or double plan.  Note the difference between a "double plan" and a "joint plan":

  • For a "double plan" you must satisfy all the requirements of both departments
  • For a "joint plan" the requirements of each department are somewhat reduced

Two popular combination plans are:

  • Joint Applied Mathematics/Computer Science
  • Double Applied Mathematics/Pure Mathematics

It is essential that you refer to the undergraduate calendar for the complete requirements for each plan.

All academic programs require a certain number of courses within the Math faculty but outside of the Applied Mathematics program. In consultation with the other departments we have put together information on sensible "math elective" courses available to our students.

An Applied Math minor can be combined with most other majors in the Faculty of Mathematics.