Plans starting in 2A

This chart is a list of some plans within the Faculty of Mathematics and their required non-mathematics courses. Please use this as a reference and guide to selecting your non-math courses. For a complete listing of all courses offered, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar.

Plan name First-year elective courses and upper-year courses for later

MTHEL 131 is required before admission will be considered.

A communication course is required in 1A and MTHEL 300 is required in the upper years.

By completion of the plan: AFM 101, ECON 101, and ECON 102.

AFM 102 is strongly recommended since it is required for the Actuarial Science/Finance specialisation.


 

MTHEL 131 is required before admission will be considered.

A communication course is required in 1A and MTHEL 300 is required in the upper years.

By completion of the plan: AFM 101, AFM 102ECON 101, and ECON 102.

MTHEL 131 is required before admission will be considered.

A communication course is required in 1A and MTHEL 300 is required in the upper years.

By completion of the plan: AFM 101, ECON 101, and ECON 102.

A communication course and any non-math courses of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

By completion of the plan: PHYS 121.

communication course and any non-math course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

communication course and any non-math course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

By completion of the plan: PHYS 121.

Recommended courses include BIOL 130, BIOL 239 and BIOL 240.

communication course and any non-math course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

By completion of the plan: PHYS 121.

Recommended courses include ECON 101 and ECON 102.

PHYS 121 and a communication course are required in 1A.

PHYS 122 and GENE 123 are required in 1B.

A communication course and PHYS 121 are required in 1A.

communication course and PHYS 122 are required in 1B.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

By the time you graduate you will need to have finished three courses in one non-math discipline: either economics, any science discipline or any single engineering discipline. At least one of these three courses must be at the 200, 300, or 400-level.

A communication course and any non-math course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.
Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science. Students wanting to complete this option should apply for this limited-enrolment plan at the end of Spring 2022 and have taken or be taking CS 245/246. A communication course and any non-math course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.
Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science.

communication course and any non-math courses from the list below in 1A and 1B.

It is recommended that you choose your non-math courses from the following courses required for the option: BIOL 130, 130L, 239, 240, 240L

CHEM 120CHEM 120LCHEM 123CHEM 123L.

Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B. 

It is recommended that you consider one (or two) of the following courses for your non-math courses: AFM 101, AFM 102AFM 131BUS 111W, BUS 121W, ECON 101, ECON 102, MSCI 211.

Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science. Students will not be signed into the specialisation until they have successfully completed FINE 100.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

It is recommended that you consider one (or two) of FINE 100 and FINE 101 for your non-math courses. 

Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science. Enrolment in this plan normally occurs at the beginning of the 1B term and is determined by your grades in 1A. Students apply to be admitted to this option in December of their first year.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

PHYS 121 is recommended in your first year.  

Note:  PHYS 121 in winter term is offered only as an online course)

Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B. 

It is recommended that you consider one (or two) of ENGL 108D and FINE 150 for your non-mathematics courses. 

Note: This plan is restricted to students already admitted to Computer Science.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

Note: Students must already be admitted to the co-op stream before a transfer to Computing and Financial Management (CFM) can be considered

CFM students typically take the following courses during their first year:

AFM 101AFM 102AFM 121AFM 131CS 135CS 136MATH 135MATH 136MATH 137MATH 138

Refer to the CFM website for the most recent degree requirements and sequence of courses.

Note: Students must already be admitted to Computer Science before they can apply for this limited-enrolment plan. Students wanting to transfer to this from a BMATH program must first go through the competitive entry process to get into Computer Science. Students can apply to transfer to BCS Data Science in the term that they are taking STAT 231.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A.

In 1B, a communication course and STAT 230 are highly recommended.

Note: Students must be admitted to the BMath Data Science program. Students can apply in the term they are taking CS 136. Please note that it is highly competitive. A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A.  Any two non-math courses of your choosing in 1B. 

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

It is recommended that you consider two of the following courses for your non-math courses: AFM 101, AFM 102BUS 111WBUS 121W, ECON 101, ECON 102, MSCI 211

communication course in both 1A and 1B and ECON 101 or ECON 102.

Both ECON 101 and ECON 102 are required in first year.

communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

By completion of the plan, AFM 101, AFM 102, AFM 131, ECON 101, ECON 102 are required.


Note:  MATH 147 is highly recommended.

A communication course is required in 1A and 1B.  PHYS 121 is required in 1A. PHYS 122 is required in 1B.
communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

Required courses by completion of the plan include ECON 101, ECON 102, AFM 101, AFM 102 and either BUS 111W or AFM 131/ARBUS 101 and 

communication course is required in 1A and 1B. PSYCH 101 and/or a course in the intended second teaching subject is recommended.

communication course and one of BUS 111WECON 101ECON 102 and AFM 101 are normally taken in both your 1A and 1B terms.

A communication course and one of ECON 101ECON 102,  AFM 101 or AFM 131 in your 1B term.

communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A and 1B.

communication course is required in 1A and 1B. PSYCH 101 and/or a course in the intended second teaching subject is recommended.


 
communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A.  Any two non-math courses of your choosing in 1B.

A communication course and any non-mathematics course of your choosing in 1A. 

Any two non-math courses of your choosing in 1B.  By completion of the plan, one additional course chosen from the following list are required:  BIOL 239, HLTH 101 and CS 338.