Master of Science (MSc)


  1. At least 18 credit hours, not including seminar courses, at the graduate level to be chosen in consultation with a department adviser (i.c. a potential supervisor or the graduate coordinator). In addition, students whose preparation in a particular area of mathematics is deficient will be required to complete appropriate courses which will be designated by the adviser.
  2. Attendance and participation in a seminar.
  3. A satisfactory thesis.
  4. Students are required to give an oral presentation (defence) of their thesis and at that time to answer questions about the thesis. This presentation will be made after the thesis is in the hands of the student's committee and will be taken into account when the committee makes its decision.