The Department of Mathematics offers programs of study that lead to the Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Science. For information on the Bachelor of Science, see the Faculty of Science.

For information on advanced degrees, see graduate Mathematics.

The Department offers a large selection of courses in various areas of pure and applied mathematics which require various levels of mathematical sophistication. B.A. programs combining mathematics with another subject such as economics, English, linguistics, music, or philosophy, are encouraged. The student is advised to consult a Mathematics Major advisor in order to design a coherent program of study suitable to the student's interests and abilities.

In addition to Faculty requirements, students complete:

- MATH 100 or 102 or 104 or 110 or 180 or 184 or 120;
^{1} - MATH 101 or 103 or 105 or 121;
- MATH 200 (or 226);
- MATH 220;
^{2} - MATH 221 or 223, and 215;
^{2}and - one of CPSC 110, CPSC 111 and one of CPSC 210, CPSC 211, MATH 210.
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In addition to Faculty requirements, students complete 24 credits of mathematics courses numbered 300 and above, and 6 credits of mathematics, statistics, or computer science courses numbered 300 or above.

The Department makes the following recommendations:

- Mathematically able students are encouraged to take the Honours stream MATH 120, 121, 223, 226, and 227.
- Numerical analysis courses in computer science (CPSC 302, 303, 402, 403) require completion of CPSC 111. Other upper-level computer science courses useful to mathematics students require completion of CPSC 211 and 221.
- In second year, MATH 221 should be taken in Term 1. It is possible to take (with appropriate prerequisites) some of MATH 307, 308, 312, 317, 340 and MATH/STAT 302, as well as MATH 300, in Term 2.
- Students interested in pursuing statistics to some depth should take STAT 200 and MATH/STAT 302 in second year. This will prepare them for more advanced statistics courses such as STAT 305, 306, 404, and 405.
- Majors students should consider taking some of MATH 300, 320, 322.
- MATH 302 and 307 are useful in many areas of mathematics.
- Students interested in operations research should take MATH 340, 441, 442, and 443. They are also advised to take MATH 303, STAT 305, and 306, and some advanced computer science courses.
- Students interested in teaching are advised to take MATH 308, 309, 312, 313, 414, 446.
- Students interested in becoming actuaries can make substantial progress toward this career goal while majoring in mathematics or statistics. These students should consult the actuarial advisors in the Mathematics and/or Statistics Departments for detailed guidance on course selection and advice on taking the Society of Actuaries' examinations.
- Students interested in the physical sciences should take MATH 317.
- Students interested in economics should consider taking ECON 420 and 421, and should consult an advisor in the Economics Department for other appropriate economics courses. A Combined Major in Mathematics and Economics is available (see below).
- In selecting electives, students should consider pursuing an area of application of mathematics in some depth. They should also ensure that they fulfil all the graduation requirements of the Faculty of Arts.

For information on the Combined Major in Economics and Mathematics, see Vancouver School of Economics.

In addition to Faculty of Arts requirements, students complete:

- MATH 120 and 121 (or one of 100, 102, 104, 120, 180, 184, and one of 101, 103, 105, 121);
- MATH 223
^{5}(or 221^{5}) and 215; - MATH 226 and 227 (or 200, 220, and 317); and
- one of CPSC 110, CPSC 111, and one of CPSC 210, CPSC 211, MATH 210.
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In addition to Faculty of Arts requirements, students complete:

- MATH 300, 320, 321, 322, and one of 412, 422, or 423;
^{6} - 15 additional credits
^{6}from MATH 400-406, 412, 416-429, 433-440, 443, 449;^{7}and - 9 additional credits of mathematics courses numbered 300 or higher.

Students intending to enter the Honours program should consult a Honours advisor in the Department of Mathematics at the beginning of the second year. To be admitted to the Honours program, a student must obtain at least 68% in MATH 121, or 80% in MATH 101 or 103 or 105, and 80% average in MATH 100/101 or 102/103 or 104/105.

Students who intend to do graduate work in Mathematics should continue their study of French, German, or Russian beyond the level that fulfils the language requirement of the Faculty of Arts.

Students take mathematics courses as for Honours mathematics and other subjects as specified by the other department.

In addition to Faculty of Arts requirements, students complete:

- MATH 320 and 321
^{7} - 6 credits
^{7}chosen from MATH 300, 301, 316, 322, 331 - 12 credits
^{7,9}chosen from MATH 400-405, 412, 416-429, 433-440, 443, 449; and - other subjects as specified by the other department.
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^{1}See Calculus Examination Certificate.

^{2}One of MATH 220 or 215 may be delayed until third year. Students obtaining 68% or higher in MATH 226 are not required to take MATH 220.

^{3}Students can take ECON 307 and 3 additional credits of Economics numbered 300 or higher instead of ECON 101 and 102.

^{4}STAT 200 can substitute for ECON 325.

^{5}Students are advised to take these courses in first year.

^{6}A 68% overall average is required in these 30 credits to obtain an honours degree.

^{7}A 68% overall average is required in these 24 credits to obtain this Honours degree.

^{8}See Combined Honours Program under "Program Requirements" in the Faculty of Arts.

^{9}MATH 449 is recommended.

^{10} MATH 210 may not be offered every year.