
Section  Day  Time  Instructor  Exam Date  Delivery 

MATH 051  Mathematics Coop Work Term 
Fourmonth coop work term approved by the department and arranged by the coop coordinator. 
001 

 
Andrei Volodin 


MATH 052  Mathematics Coop Work Term 
Fourmonth coop work term #2 approved by the department and arranged by the coop coordinator.
*** Prerequisite: MATH 051 *** 
001 

 
Andrei Volodin 


MATH 053  Mathematics Coop Work Term 
Four month coop work term #3 approved by the department and arranged by the coop coordinator.
*** Prerequisite: MATH 052 *** 
001 

 
Andrei Volodin 


MATH 054  Mathematics Coop Work Term 
Four month coop work term #4 approved by the department and arranged by the coop coordinator.
*** Prerequisite: MATH 053 *** 
001 

 
Andrei Volodin 


MATH 101  Introductory Finite Mathematics I 
This is an introductory course intended to familiarize the students with the basic concepts of arithmetic, number theory, set theory, symbolic logic, and finite mathematics. Topics include logic, sets, numeration systems, arithmetic in nondecimal systems, system of integers, elementary number theory and modular arithmetic. There will be a strong emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, understanding concepts and their applications.
***Prerequisite: University Admission.***
*Note: Students who have received credit for any mathematics or statistics course (other than MATH 108) cannot take this class for credit, unless it is explicitly required in their program or they have received consent from the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.* 
319 
MTWR 
09:00am  12:00pm 
Gabriel Andrews 


319 
MTWRF 
09:00am  12:00pm 
Gabriel Andrews 


319 
MT 
09:00am  12:00pm 
Gabriel Andrews 


S01 
MTWR 
10:00am  11:15am 
Arzu Sardarli 
22AUG23 
VIDEO 
S02 
MTWR 
10:00am  11:15am 
Arzu Sardarli 
22AUG23 
VIDEO 
S10 
MTWR 
10:00am  11:15am 
Arzu Sardarli 
22AUG23 

MATH 102  Mathematical Modelling and Precalculus 
A course in problem solving through the use of mathematical models involving algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and their graphs. The purpose of this course is to enhance studentsâ€™ abilities to express, visualize, and model realworld problems through an understanding of common functions and their graphs.
***Prerequisite: Any one of the following: Foundations of Mathematics 30, Precalculus 20, Math B30, Math C30, or AMTH 092***
*Note: Students who have received credit in Math 103 or 110 cannot take Math 102 for credit* 
070 
MTWR 
08:00am  09:00am 
Tannen Acoose 
21AUG23 

071 
F 
08:00am  09:00am 
STAFF 


071 
F 
08:00am  09:00am 
STAFF 


MATH 103  Applied Calculus I 
Differentiation of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Optimization, curve sketching, and integration by substitution.
***Prerequisite: Precalculus 30 or Mathematics B30 with a grade of at least 65%, or PMTH 092 with a grade of at least 70%, or Math102***
*Note: Although Math 103 leads to Math 112, students who require three or more calculusbased courses should take Math 110 instead of Math 103. Students will only receive credit for one of MATH 103 or 110* 
040 
MTWR 
12:30pm  1:45pm 
Elham Soufiani 
22JUN23 

041 
F 
10:30am  11:30am 
STAFF 


MATH 110  Calculus I 
An introductory class in the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and trigonometric functions. Topics include limits, optimization, curve sketching, and areas.
***Prerequisite: Precalculus 30 with at least 75%, or Calculus 30 or Mathematics B30 and C30 with a grade of at least 65% in each or Math 102***
*Note: Students can receive credit for only one of MATH 103 or 110* 
390 
MTWRF 
12:40pm  3:15pm 
Sheila Cunningham 


391 

 
Pamela Anderson 

ONLNE 
L40 
MTWR 
12:30pm  1:45pm 
Vijayaparvathy Agasthian 
22JUN23 

L40 
M 
12:30pm  1:45pm 
Vijayaparvathy Agasthian 
22JUN23 

L40 
R 
12:30pm  1:45pm 
Vijayaparvathy Agasthian 
22JUN23 

L41 
T 
2:00pm  2:50pm 
Vijayaparvathy Agasthian 


MATH 111  Calculus II 
Differentiation and integration of exponential and logarithmic functions; methods of integration and applications; indeterminate forms, L'Hospital's rule and improper integrals; sequences, series, power series and Taylor series.
***Prerequisite: MATH 110, or MATH 103 with a grade of at least 80%*** 
040 

 
Shaun Fallat 


070 
MTWR 
08:00am  09:15am 
Arnaud Ngopnang Ngompe 
21AUG23 

071 
R 
2:00pm  2:50pm 
STAFF 


MATH 122  Linear Algebra I 
A course intended to introduce students to elementary linear algebra, particularly at a computational and applied level. Topics include matrices and systems of equations, inversion, determinants, vectors, inner products, eigenvectors and eigenvalues.
***Prerequisite: Precalculus 30, Mathematics B30 and C30, or Math 102.*** 
040 
MTWR 
11:00am  12:15pm 
Suporna Das 
26JUN23 

041 
F 
11:00am  12:00pm 
STAFF 


MATH 213  Vector Calculus 
A study of vector functions and functions of several variables and their derivatives; Applied maximum and minimum problems, Lagrange multipliers, multiple integration, integration in polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates; Green's, Stokes' and the Divergence Theorem.
***Prerequisite: MATH 111 and 122*** 
070 
MTWR 
11:00am  12:15pm 
Hugo Rodriguez Ordonez 
23AUG23 

071 
F 
11:30am  12:20pm 
STAFF 


MATH 217  Differential Equations I 
Ordinary differential equations, modelling with differential equations, Laplace transforms.
***Prerequisite: MATH 111 and MATH 122*** 
040 
MTWR 
08:00am  09:15am 
Hugo Rodriguez Ordonez 
22JUN23 

MATH 221  Introduction to Proofs and Problem Solving 
An introductory course intended to familiarize students with mathematical reasoning and proof techniques, including direct reasoning, indirect reasoning, and mathematical induction. Topics include elementary number theory, logic, sets, functions, and relations.
***Prerequisite: Two university math courses beyond MATH 102.*** 
070 
MTWR 
3:00pm  4:15pm 
Johnna Parenteau 
22AUG23 

MATH 498  Honours Seminar II 
This is the second of two honours seminars. This course must be taken by all honours students in their fourth year. Students are required to attend the seminars and to work in consultation with an assigned supervisor on an independent research project. To receive credit for MATH 498, students must present their project in both written form and as a seminar.
*Note: This seminar is restricted to honours standing students in mathematics.* 
070 

 
Patrick Maidorn 

