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Master of Science (M.Sc.) Mathematics and Statistics (Thesis) (45 credits) Master of Science (M.Sc.) Mathematics and Statistics (Thesis): Bioinformatics (48 credits) Master of Science (M.Sc.) Mathematics and Statistics (Non-Thesis) (45 credits) About Mathematics and Statistics The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers programs that can be focused on applied mathematics, pure mathematics, and statistics leading to master’s degrees (M.A. or M.Sc.), with program options in Bioinformatics. The research groups are: Algebra; Algebraic Geometry; Analysis; Applied Mathematics; Differential Equations; Differential Geometry; Discrete Mathematics; Geometric Group Theory; Logic; Mathematical Biology; Mathematical Physics; Number Theory; Probability; Statistics. In the basic master’s programs, students must choose between the thesis option, and the non-thesis option which requires a project. The Bioinformatics option requires a thesis.
The normal entrance requirement for the Master's programs is a Canadian honours degree or its equivalent, with high standing, in mathematics, or a closely related discipline in the case of applicants intending to concentrate in statistics or applied mathematics.
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