These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
Choosing to study mathematics and statistics at Acadia offers you the opportunity to master complex reasoning skills as well as advanced data collection and analysis methods. With such skills you will be able to influence major decisions in a wide range of sectors, from politics to green energy solutions.
Acadia’s Mathematics and Statistics degree gives you the critical tools to understand and solve problems in science, business, and humanities. We offer courses that allow you to build a foundational understanding of all areas of mathematics and statistics.
You will be taught to use analytical methods, combined with data collection and interpretation to model the real world.
Outside the classroom, you will participate in mathematical contests, national conferences, and summer research while enjoying social events hosted by the department’s student society.
mathematical modelling and statistical consulting centres support student and faculty research in such diverse areas as security, energy, health, and natural resources.
The Mathematics and Statistics program at Acadia combines the high calibre of teaching and personal attention available in small classes with diverse course offerings and research opportunities that are comparable to larger institutions.
You are encouraged to gain specialized experience through teaching assistantships, consulting/reading courses, research positions and co-op placements which prepare you for interesting careers and graduate studies.
The flexibility of the program means that many of our students pursue double majors in areas such as physics, music, French and business. The department also offers a five-year BEd/BSc degree for math teachers, and is offering a new stream in Actuarial Science.
|Cost of living||1 person||$4,020|
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Students who do not meet English requirements but are academically admissible may receive an offer of admission allowing them to begin academic studies upon successful completion of our English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program.
a minimum program GPA of 3.00 is required to graduate.
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