Post-doc Mason Macklem demonstrating touch-screen technology.
Mathematics is a powerful tool for solving practical problems and a highly creative field of study, combining logic and precision with intuition and imagination. It is numbers and calculation, yes, but so much more! The basic goal of mathematics is to reveal and explain patterns – whether the pattern appears as electrical impulses in an animal’s nervous system, as fluctuations in stock market prices, or as the fine detail in an abstract geometrical object.
We are thrilled to announce our Mathematics Graduate Program offering students research-based degrees of Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Mathematics and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mathematics.
To enter the mathematics graduate program (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) in Fall 2013, submit your application, as soon as possible, between September 1, 2012 and the deadline, January 31, 2013. In special circumstances, applications may be considered outside this period.
For Graduate Entrance Scholarships, priority will be given to students whose applications are completed by January 31, 2013.
Teaching Assistant Positions are available in the Winter term 2012/2013 for undergraduate courses in Mathematics, Statistics, Physics and Astronomy.
Application forms are available in Room SCI 387 in the Science Building or see links under Resources (right column of this page).
The Unit 5 Showcase Series will present four world-class speakers talking about their research and experience at UBCO. Show your support: mark your calendars and see you there!See the links under News and Events (left column of this page) for more information.
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