Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics

Offered by: Mathematics & Statistics

Coordinator: Dr. R. Smirnov smirnov@mathstat.dal.ca

This program is concerned with the development of the core mathematical and computational skills required in science, government and industry. Areas of application include everything from mathematical modeling to operations research to cryptography to software development.

More information on this certificate is available at: https://www.dal.ca/faculty/science/programs/diploma-certificate-programs/applied-and-computational-mathematics.html

Admission to Certificate

To enrol in the Certificate in Applied and Computational Mathematics, students must declare the certificate through Dal Online (https://dalonline.dal.ca >Web for Students>Admissions>Declare Major/Minor/Certificate), and notify the Certificate Coordinator by e-mail.

To graduate with the Certificate, students must apply to graduate with a Certificate at the time they apply to graduate from their degree program.

Certificate Requirements:

1. Completion of the 120 credit hour Major or Honours program in Mathematics or an equivalent program

2. Completion of the following mathematics courses: MATH 1000, MATH 1010, MATH 1030 (or MATH 2030), MATH 2001, MATH 2002, MATH 2040, MATH 2112/CSCI 2112, MATH 2120

3. Completion of at least four of: MATH 3120, MATH 3210, MATH 3260, MATH 3300, MATH 3330, MATH 3400

4. Completion of at least two of: MATH 4116, MATH 4220, MATH 4230, MATH 4250, MATH 4320

Additional recommended courses: MATH 2300, STAT 2060, STAT 2080