Note: The UBC Okanagan campus also offers a B.A. Major in Mathematics, a B.Sc. Major in Mathematical Sciences, and a B.Sc. Combined Major in Physics and Mathematics.
Graduates of this program are prepared for direct entry into careers in actuarial science, government, or finance. Many graduates go on to graduate studies, professional secondary teaching programs, or other professional programs.
First Year | Credits |
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MATH 100, 101 | 6 |
COSC 111, 121 | 6 |
CHEM 111 or CHEM 121; and CHEM 113 or CHEM 123 | 6 |
PHYS 111 or 112 | 3 |
PHYS 102, 121 or 122 | 3 |
Two of ENGL 112 or 114, 113, 150, 151, 153 | 6 |
Total Credits | 30 |
Second Year | |
MATH 200, 220, 221^{1}, 225 | 12 |
STAT 230 | 3 |
COSC 221 | 3 |
Electives^{2} | 6 |
Arts electives | 6 |
Total Credits | 30 |
Third and Fourth Years | |
MATH 307, 311, 319, 327 | 12 |
STAT 303 | 3 |
A student in this program may choose to specialize further by completing a concentration in Applied Mathematics, Data Science, or Pure Mathematics, or may choose not to pursue a concentration. The student must choose upper-level electives as specified in one of the four options below. | |
General Program Upper-level Mathematics and Statistics electives. No more than 9 credits may be STAT courses. | 15 |
Applied Mathematics Concentration^{2} Electives chosen from MATH 317, 323, 339, 340, 350, 303, 409, 433, 441, 442, 459, 461, or other approved electives in applied mathematics | 15 |
Data Science Concentration Electives chosen from: DATA 301, 311, 407, 410; MATH 409; STAT 401, 403, 449, or other approved electives in statistics, data science, or computer science | 15 |
Pure Mathematics Concentration^{2} Electives chosen from MATH 308, 312, 313, 328, 329, 330, 350, 408, 410, 411, 434, 443, 461, or other approved electives in pure mathematics | 15 |
Upper-level Science electives | 6 |
Upper-level electives | 9 |
Arts electives | 6 |
Electives | 9 |
Total Credits | 60 |
Minimum credits for degree | 120 |
^{1} MATH 221 may be taken in the second term of the first year. | |
^{2} Special Topics courses may be used for credit with the approval of the unit. |
A student must successfully complete MATH 220 and 18 credits of MATH courses numbered 300 or above (excluding MATH 448).
A student must successfully complete MATH 220 and 18 credits of MATH and STAT courses numbered 300 or above (excluding MATH 448 and STAT 448) of which at least 6 credits must be MATH courses and at least 6 credits must be STAT courses.