• Accelerated Master of Mathematics (MMath) degree

  • MMath
    The MMath degree involves about a year of graduate courses and either a research report or thesis supervised by a faculty member.

  • MMath, Co-op option
    In the co-op option, students spend one or more terms working in industry, thus gaining valuable experience while earning their degree. Recently, the co-op option has been undertaken by students whose research focuses on financial applications of optimization. It is recommended that students interested in this option apply for the ordinary (non-co-op) MMath program and then contact the graduate officer about transferring to the co-op program subsequent to their admission.

  • Master of Mathematics in Quantum Information
    The University of Waterloo, home of the Institute for Quantum Computing, offers graduate students unique opportunities to learn about and engage in world-leading research in quantum information.

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
    The PhD involves about two years of grad courses followed by          research and a dissertation, and typically lasts four years.

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD/QI)
    The PhD/QI is a collaborative program with the Institute for Quantum Computing.