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Applied Mathematics
The goal of this program is to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to study Mathematics with an emphasis on the utility of the subject toward the quantitative study of a discipline other than Mathematics; that is, the program is aimed at helping open students to the power of Mathematics as a tool of application.
Major Average
The major average in Mathematics programs includes the grades earned in:
 6 credit units from the following:
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3
 MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 MATH 121.3 or MATH 125.3; and MATH 128.3
 All MATH and STAT courses approved for inclusion in the Major Requirement C6
 All courses listed in the Major Requirement C6.
Residency Requirements in the Major
To receive a degree in Applied Mathematics, students must complete at least twothirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.
 6 credit units from the following:
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3
 MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 MATH 121.3 or MATH 125.3; and MATH 128.3
Minimum requirements in Major Requirement C6.
See Residency for additional details.
Bachelor of Science Fouryear (B.Sc. Fouryear)  Applied Mathematics
This program is aimed to equip students with basic mathematical knowledge and skills to analyze and solve problems arising in subject areas other than mathematics.
In order to become acquainted with the breadth of application of mathematics, students are advised to consider obtaining a minor in another subject.
A student following this program could, with appropriate choices made early enough, qualify for the B.Sc. Honours – Applied Mathematics. In order to consider this possibility it is essential that one seek and receive academic advising at an early stage in the program  no later than the end of firstyear.
C1 Science Requirement (minimum 15 credit units)
 CMPT 111.3 or CMPT 116.3
 CMPT 115.3 or CMPT 117.3
 BIOL 120.3
 BIOL 121.3
 CHEM 112.3
 CHEM 115.3
 CHEM 250.3
 GEOG 120.3
 GEOL 121.3
 GEOL 122.3
 ASTR 113.3
 PHYS 115.3
 PHYS 117.3 or PHYS 125.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Remaining credit units to be selected from the following areas, such that no more than 6 credit units are from any one area:
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Physics & Astronomy
C2 Humanities Writing Requirement (6 credit units)
ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 INTS 101.12 LIT 100.6 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C3 Social Science Requirement (6 credit units)
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3  Any seniorlevel social science course provided that the prerequisite is met and not more than 6 credit units in one subject are used for the Social Science Requirement
 Statistics courses in social sciences are not accepted for credit toward the Social Science Requirement (eg. ECON 204.6, PSY 233.3, PSY 234.3, SOC 225.3 and SOC 325.3).
 Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.
 NRTH 101.3 may not be used to fulfill the Social Science Requirement.
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C4 Mathematics and Statistics Requirement (6 credit units)
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3
 MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 MATH 121.3 or MATH 125.3; and MATH 128.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C5 General Requirement (6 credit units)
No more than 6 credit units in C1  C5 from any one subject. For example, if you have received credit for ENG 110.6 in C2, you may not take further ENG courses to fulfill this requirement
Choose 6 credit units from the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages and/or Fine Arts.
CHIN 114.3 CHIN 117.3 CLAS 110.3 CLAS 111.3 CMRS 110.3 CMRS 111.3 CREE 101.6 CREE 110.3 CREE 120.6 ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 ESL 115.3 ESL 116.3 FREN 103.3 FREN 106.3 FREN 122.3 FREN 125.3 FREN 128.3 FREN 218.3 GERM 114.3 GERM 117.3 GRK 112.3 GRK 113.3 HEB 114.3 HEB 117.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 HNDI 114.3 HNDI 117.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 INTS 101.12 JPNS 114.3 JPNS 117.3 LATN 112.3 LATN 113.3 LING 110.3 LIT 100.6 MUS 111.3 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3 PHIL 140.3 RLST 110.6 RLST 111.3 RLST 112.3 RLST 113.3 RUSS 114.3 RUSS 117.3 SNSK 114.3 SNSK 117.3 SPAN 114.3 SPAN 117.3 UKR 114.3 UKR 117.3 WGST 112.3 
Any seniorlevel humanities course provided that the prerequisite is met.

Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.

CLAS 103.3, CLAS 104.3, CLAS 105.3, and CLAS 106.3 may not be used to fulfill the General Requirement.
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3 
Most seniorlevel social science courses provided that the prerequisite is met.

Most statistics courses are not accepted for credit in the General Requirement
ART 111.6 ART 112.6 ART 113.6 ART 136.3 ART 141.3 ART 161.3 ARTH 120.3 ARTH 121.3 DRAM 101.3 DRAM 104.6 DRAM 110.3 DRAM 113.3 DRAM 118.3 DRAM 119.3 DRAM 121.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 MUS 101.3 MUS 105.3 MUS 111.3 MUS 120.2 MUS 121.2 MUS 133.3 MUS 134.3 MUS 150.3 MUS 151.3 MUS 175.3 MUS 184.3  Any seniorlevel fine arts course provided that the prerequisite is met.
INCC 201.3 INCC 280.3 INTS 203.3 NRTH 101.3
Humanities
Social Sciences
Fine Arts
Courses with No Program Type
C6 Major Requirement (45 credit units)
 The program does not require the specification of a concentration area. However, some students will find it to be a useful option to build their program around specific courses with applications in particular areas. For example, students with an interest in the physical sciences (chemistry, geology and geophysics, physics, engineering) might choose to emphasize ‘continuous’ mathematical tools such as differential equations, whereas students with interests in the life sciences (biology, biochemistry, biomedicine, biostatistics, epidemiology) and the social sciences (economics, psychology, sociology) might direct their study towards ‘discrete’ mathematical methods such as linear programming, graph theory, combinatorics or towards statistical methods.
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 436.3
 STAT 241.3
 MATH 264.3
 MATH 266.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3
 MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3
 MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 328.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 352.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 379.3
 STAT 242.3
 STAT 341.3
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 314.3
 MATH 432.3
 MATH 438.3
 MATH 439.3
 MATH 452.3
 MATH 465.3
 MATH 485.3
 MATH 498.3 (Special Topics in Applied Mathematics)
 STAT 442.3
 STAT 443.3
Ideally, by the time of graduation, every student will have been exposed to aspects of continuous, discrete, and probabilistic and statistical methods.
Choose 3 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Choose 12 credit units from the following:
Choose 3 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
See suggested sequence of courses below to see sample concentrations. NOTE: Students may choose to follow a sample program to focus in a specific area, but are not required to do so.
Sample program #1 – Continuous Modelling and Differential EquationsSample program #2 – Discrete Modelling
Sample program #3 – Probabilistic and Statistical Modelling
C7 Electives Requirement (36 credit units)
These are courses to complete the requirements for the 120 credit unit fouryear program, of which at least 66 cu must be at the 200level or higher. Students may also select more courses in MATH and STAT depending upon their interests.
Students are encouraged to select courses from other disciplines and perhaps construct a minor in another subject.
Suggested Sequence of Courses
 Note: one need not follow a sample program, as outlined here:
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended)
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 is recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 379.3
 One of MATH 313.3, MATH 314.3
 12 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 436.3
 Two of MATH 432.3, MATH 438.3, MATH 439.3
 21 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 6 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 336.3
 One of MATH 327.3, MATH 328.3
 One of MATH 313.3, MATH 314.3
 STAT 242.3
 STAT 341.3
 3 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 12 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 432.3
 MATH 436.3
 MATH 465.3
 One of MATH 327.3, MATH 328.3
 18 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 ((If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 STAT 242.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 MATH 328.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 366.3
 One of MATH 313.3, MATH 314.3
 STAT 341.3
 STAT 342.3
 STAT 346.3
 STAT 349.3
 6 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 436.3
 STAT 442.3
 STAT 443.3
 One of MATH 313.3, MATH 314.3
 18 approved credit units Electives C7
Sample program #1 – Continuous Modelling and Differential Equations
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Sample program #2 – Discrete Modelling
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Sample program #3 – Probabilistic and Statistical Modelling
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Bachelor of Science Threeyear (B.Sc. Threeyear)  Applied Mathematics
This program is aimed to equip students with basic mathematical knowledge and skills to analyze and solve problems arising in subject areas other than mathematics.
In order to become acquainted with the breadth of application of mathematics, students are advised to consider obtaining a minor in another subject.
C1 Science Requirement (minimum 15 credit units)
 CMPT 111.3 or CMPT 116.3
 CMPT 115.3 or CMPT 117.3
 BIOL 120.3
 BIOL 121.3
 CHEM 112.3
 CHEM 115.3
 CHEM 250.3
 GEOG 120.3
 GEOL 121.3
 GEOL 122.3
 ASTR 113.3
 PHYS 115.3
 PHYS 117.3 or PHYS 125.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Remaining credit units to be selected from the following areas, such that no more than 6 credit units are from any one area:
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Physics & Astronomy
C2 Humanities Writing Requirement (6 credit units)
ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 INTS 101.12 LIT 100.6 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C3 Social Science Requirement (6 credit units)
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3  Any seniorlevel social science course provided that the prerequisite is met and not more than 6 credit units in one subject are used for the Social Science Requirement
 Statistics courses in social sciences are not accepted for credit toward the Social Science Requirement (eg. ECON 204.6, PSY 233.3, PSY 234.3, SOC 225.3 and SOC 325.3).
 Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.
 NRTH 101.3 may not be used to fulfill the Social Science Requirement.
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C4 Mathematics and Statistics Requirement (6 credit units)
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3
 MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 MATH 121.3 or MATH 125.3; and MATH 128.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C5 General Requirement (6 credit units)
No more than 6 credit units in C1  C5 from any one subject. For example, if you have received credit for ENG 110.6 in C2, you may not take further ENG courses to fulfill this requirement
Choose 6 credit units from the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages and/or Fine Arts.
CHIN 114.3 CHIN 117.3 CLAS 110.3 CLAS 111.3 CMRS 110.3 CMRS 111.3 CREE 101.6 CREE 110.3 CREE 120.6 ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 ESL 115.3 ESL 116.3 FREN 103.3 FREN 106.3 FREN 122.3 FREN 125.3 FREN 128.3 FREN 218.3 GERM 114.3 GERM 117.3 GRK 112.3 GRK 113.3 HEB 114.3 HEB 117.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 HNDI 114.3 HNDI 117.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 INTS 101.12 JPNS 114.3 JPNS 117.3 LATN 112.3 LATN 113.3 LING 110.3 LIT 100.6 MUS 111.3 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3 PHIL 140.3 RLST 110.6 RLST 111.3 RLST 112.3 RLST 113.3 RUSS 114.3 RUSS 117.3 SNSK 114.3 SNSK 117.3 SPAN 114.3 SPAN 117.3 UKR 114.3 UKR 117.3 WGST 112.3 
Any seniorlevel humanities course provided that the prerequisite is met.

Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.

CLAS 103.3, CLAS 104.3, CLAS 105.3, and CLAS 106.3 may not be used to fulfill the General Requirement.
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3 
Most seniorlevel social science courses provided that the prerequisite is met.

Most statistics courses are not accepted for credit in the General Requirement
ART 111.6 ART 112.6 ART 113.6 ART 136.3 ART 141.3 ART 161.3 ARTH 120.3 ARTH 121.3 DRAM 101.3 DRAM 104.6 DRAM 110.3 DRAM 113.3 DRAM 118.3 DRAM 119.3 DRAM 121.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 MUS 101.3 MUS 105.3 MUS 111.3 MUS 120.2 MUS 121.2 MUS 133.3 MUS 134.3 MUS 150.3 MUS 151.3 MUS 175.3 MUS 184.3  Any seniorlevel fine arts course provided that the prerequisite is met.
INCC 201.3 INCC 280.3 INTS 203.3 NRTH 101.3
Humanities
Social Sciences
Fine Arts
Courses with No Program Type
C6 Major Requirement (30 credit units)
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 336.3
 STAT 241.3
 MATH 264.3
 MATH 266.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3
 MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3
 MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 314.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 328.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 339.3
 STAT 242.3
The program does not require the specification of a concentration area. However, some students will find it to be a useful option to build their program around specific courses with applications in particular areas. For example, students with an interest in the physical sciences (chemistry, geology and geophysics, physics, engineering) might choose to emphasize ‘continuous’ mathematical tools such as differential equations, whereas students with interests in the life sciences (biology, biochemistry, biomedicine, biostatistics, epidemiology) and the social sciences (economics, psychology, sociology) might direct their study towards ‘discrete’ mathematical methods such as linear programming, graph theory, combinatorics or towards statistical methods.
Ideally, by the time of graduation, every student will have been exposed to aspects of continuous, discrete, and probabilistic and statistical methods.
Choose 3 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Choose 9 credit units from the following:
See suggested sequence of courses below to see sample concentrations. NOTE: Students may choose to follow a sample program to focus in a specific area, but are not required to do so.
Sample program #1  Continuous Modelling and Differential EquationsSample program #2  Discrete and Statistical Modelling
C7 Electives Requirement (21 credit units)
These are courses to complete the requirements for the 90 credit unit threeyear program, of which at least 42 cu must be at the 200level or higher. Students may also select more courses in MATH and STAT depending upon their interests.
Students are encouraged to select courses from other disciplines and perhaps construct a minor in another subject.
Suggested Sequence of Courses
 NOTE: one need not follow a sample program as outlined here.
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 One of MATH 313.3 or MATH 314.3
 18 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 336.3
 Two of MATH 327.3, MATH 328.3, STAT 242.3
 18 approved credit units Electives C7
Sample program #1  Continuous Modelling and Differential Equations
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Sample program #2  Discrete and Statistical Modelling
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Bachelor of Science Honours (B.Sc. Honours)  Applied Mathematics
This program is aimed to equip students with basic mathematical knowledge and skills to analyze and solve problems arising in subject areas other than mathematics.
In order to become acquainted with the breadth of application of mathematics, students are advised to consider obtaining a minor or a doublehonours in a field related to Applied Mathematics such as Anatomy and Cell Biology, Astronomy, Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geological Sciences, Economics, Engineering, Management, Physics, Physiology, or Psychology.
Students interested in entering an Honours program should consult advisors in the department concerned before registering for their second year. Of the 120 credit units required for the B.Sc. Honours degree, at least 66 credit units must be at the senior level. Application for admission to Honours is not considered until successful completion of at least 60 credit units with a Cumulative Weighted Average of at least 70% overall and at least 70% in the subject of Honours. For further details, please see the Academic Information and Policies section.
C1 Science Requirement (minimum 15 credit units)
 CMPT 111.3 or CMPT 116.3
 CMPT 115.3 or CMPT 117.3
 BIOL 120.3
 BIOL 121.3
 CHEM 112.3
 CHEM 115.3
 CHEM 250.3
 GEOG 120.3
 GEOL 121.3
 GEOL 122.3
 ASTR 113.3
 PHYS 115.3
 PHYS 117.3 or PHYS 125.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Remaining credit units to be selected from the following areas, such that no more than 6 credit units are from any one area:
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Physics & Astronomy
C2 Humanities Writing Requirement (6 credit units)
ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 INTS 101.12 LIT 100.6 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C3 Social Science Requirement (6 credit units)
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3  Any seniorlevel social science course provided that the prerequisite is met and not more than 6 credit units in one subject are used for the Social Science Requirement
 Statistics courses in social sciences are not accepted for credit toward the Social Science Requirement (eg. ECON 204.6, PSY 233.3, PSY 234.3, SOC 225.3 and SOC 325.3).
 Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.
 NRTH 101.3 may not be used to fulfill the Social Science Requirement.
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C4 Mathematics and Statistics Requirement (6 credit units)
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3
 MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 MATH 121.3 or MATH 125.3; and MATH 128.3
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
C5 General Requirement (6 credit units)
No more than 6 credit units in C1  C5 from any one subject. For example, if you have received credit for ENG 110.6 in C2, you may not take further ENG courses to fulfill this requirement
Choose 6 credit units from the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages and/or Fine Arts.
CHIN 114.3 CHIN 117.3 CLAS 110.3 CLAS 111.3 CMRS 110.3 CMRS 111.3 CREE 101.6 CREE 110.3 CREE 120.6 ENG 110.6 ENG 111.3 ENG 112.3 ENG 113.3 ENG 114.3 ESL 115.3 ESL 116.3 FREN 103.3 FREN 106.3 FREN 122.3 FREN 125.3 FREN 128.3 FREN 218.3 GERM 114.3 GERM 117.3 GRK 112.3 GRK 113.3 HEB 114.3 HEB 117.3 HIST 110.3 HIST 111.3 HIST 115.3 HIST 120.6 HIST 121.3 HIST 122.3 HIST 125.3 HIST 135.3 HIST 145.3 HIST 151.3 HIST 152.3 HIST 155.3 HIST 165.3 HIST 170.6 HIST 175.3 HNDI 114.3 HNDI 117.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 INTS 101.12 JPNS 114.3 JPNS 117.3 LATN 112.3 LATN 113.3 LING 110.3 LIT 100.6 MUS 111.3 PHIL 110.6 PHIL 115.3 PHIL 120.3 PHIL 133.3 PHIL 140.3 RLST 110.6 RLST 111.3 RLST 112.3 RLST 113.3 RUSS 114.3 RUSS 117.3 SNSK 114.3 SNSK 117.3 SPAN 114.3 SPAN 117.3 UKR 114.3 UKR 117.3 WGST 112.3 
Any seniorlevel humanities course provided that the prerequisite is met.

Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.

CLAS 103.3, CLAS 104.3, CLAS 105.3, and CLAS 106.3 may not be used to fulfill the General Requirement.
ANTH 111.3 ARCH 112.3 ARCH 116.3 ECON 111.3 ECON 114.3 GEOG 130.3 INDG 107.3 IS 110.3 LING 111.3 LING 112.3 POLS 111.3 POLS 112.3 PSY 100.3 PSY 120.3 PSY 121.3 SOC 111.3 SOC 112.3 WGST 112.3 
Most seniorlevel social science courses provided that the prerequisite is met.

Most statistics courses are not accepted for credit in the General Requirement
ART 111.6 ART 112.6 ART 113.6 ART 136.3 ART 141.3 ART 161.3 ARTH 120.3 ARTH 121.3 DRAM 101.3 DRAM 104.6 DRAM 110.3 DRAM 113.3 DRAM 118.3 DRAM 119.3 DRAM 121.3 INCC 120.1 INCC 150.1 MUS 101.3 MUS 105.3 MUS 111.3 MUS 120.2 MUS 121.2 MUS 133.3 MUS 134.3 MUS 150.3 MUS 151.3 MUS 175.3 MUS 184.3  Any seniorlevel fine arts course provided that the prerequisite is met.
INCC 201.3 INCC 280.3 INTS 203.3 NRTH 101.3
Humanities
Social Sciences
Fine Arts
Courses with No Program Type
C6 Major Requirement (66 credit units)
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 352.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 371.3
 MATH 379.3
 MATH 436.3
 MATH 438.3
 STAT 241.3
 MATH 264.3
 MATH 266.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3
 MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3
 MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 328.3
 MATH 361.3
 MATH 373.3
 STAT 242.3
 STAT 341.3
 MATH 314.3
 CMPT 394.3
 MATH 432.3
 MATH 433.3
 MATH 439.3
 MATH 452.3
 MATH 465.3
 MATH 485.3
 MATH 498.3 (Special Topics in Applied Mathematics)
 STAT 442.3
 STAT 443.3
The program does not require the specification of a concentration area. However, some students will find it to be a useful option to build their program around specific courses with applications in particular areas. For example, students with an interest in the physical sciences (chemistry, geology and geophysics, physics, engineering) might choose to emphasize ‘continuous’ mathematical tools such as differential equations, whereas students with interests in the life sciences (biology, biochemistry, biomedicine, biostatistics, epidemiology) and the social sciences (economics, psychology, sociology) might direct their study towards ‘discrete’ mathematical methods such as linear programming, graph theory, combinatorics or towards statistical methods.
Ideally, by the time of graduation, every student will have been exposed to aspects of continuous, discrete, and probabilistic and statistical methods.
Choose 3 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
Choose 3 credit units from the following:
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
See suggested sequence of courses below to see sample concentrations. NOTE: Students may choose to follow a sample program to focus in a specific area, but are not required to do so.
Sample program #1 – Continuous Modelling and Differential EquationsSample program #2 – Discrete Modelling
Sample program #3 – Probabilistic and Statistical Modelling
C7 Electives Requirement (15 credit units)
 These are courses to complete the requirements for the 120 credit unit Honours program, of which at least 66 cu must be at the 200level or higher. Students may also select more courses in MATH and STAT depending upon their interests.
Students are encouraged to select courses from other disciplines and perhaps construct a doublehonours or a minor in another subject.
Suggested Sequence of Courses
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 352.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 371.3
 MATH 379.3
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 373.3
 MATH 436.3
 MATH 438.3
 One of MATH 314.3 or CMPT 394.3
 Two of MATH 432.3, MATH 439.3, MATH 498.3 (Only when the topic is Applied Mathematics)
 9 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 352.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 371.3
 MATH 379.3
 3 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 213.3
 MATH 328.3
 MATH 436.3
 MATH 438.3
 Three of MATH 314.3, MATH 361.3, MATH 432.3, MATH 465.3, MATH 498.3 (Only when the topic is Applied Mathematics), STAT 242.3, CMPT 394.3
 9 approved credit units Electives C7
 MATH 110.3 and MATH 116.3; or MATH 123.3 and MATH 124.3
 CMPT 111.3 and CMPT 115.3; or CMPT 116.3 and CMPT 117.3
 1518 approved credit units toward Distribution Requirements C1C5
 If possible: MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (266.3 recommended).
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3; or MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3; or MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3
 MATH 238.3
 MATH 264.3 or MATH 266.3 (If not already taken in Year 1. MATH 266.3 recommended).
 STAT 241.3
 STAT 242.3
 9 approved credit units to complete Distribution Requirements C1C5
 MATH 313.3
 MATH 327.3
 MATH 331.3
 MATH 336.3
 MATH 339.3
 MATH 352.3
 MATH 366.3
 MATH 371.3
 MATH 379.3
 STAT 341.3
 MATH 436.3
 STAT 438.3
 STAT 342.3
 STAT 346.3
 STAT 349.3
 One of MATH 314.3 or CMPT 394.3
 Two of MATH 498.3 (only if the topic is Applied Mathematics), STAT 442.3, STAT 443.3
 6 approved credit units Electives C7
Sample program #1  Continuous Modelling and Differential Equations
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Sample program #2  Discrete Modelling
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Sample program #3  Probabilistic and Statistical Modelling
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Minor in Applied Mathematics
 MATH 110.3 or MATH 123.3
 MATH 116.3 or MATH 124.3
 MATH 211.3
 MATH 336.3
 STAT 241.3
This minor may be taken in conjunction with any degree in another subject area in the College of Arts & Science.
The Minor average in Applied Mathematics will be calculated using the grades earned in all courses eligible to be included in the Minor program requirements. Students must complete at least twothirds of the program requirements (rounded to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) using courses offered by the University of Saskatchewan to meet the Residency requirement.
Requirements (24 credit units)
MATH 264.3 (Linear Algebra)
MATH 266.3 (Linear Algebra I)
Choose 6 credit units from the following:
MATH 223.3 and MATH 224.3
MATH 225.3 and MATH 226.3
MATH 276.3 and MATH 277.3