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Applications Fall 2023 Teaching Assistantships (Marking and Lab Instructors) are now closed.
Mathematics
Mathematics is one of the oldest of sciences. Although there are many applications of mathematics, the questions that the subject of mathematics seeks to resolve are questions whose answers will deepen our understanding of, and reveal new insights into, mathematics itself. The inherent structure and elegance of mathematics are features of the subject that are difficult to surpass in other fields.
Mathematics further differs from other disciplines in that its advances come through the application of pure reason (via the human mind) rather than through observation (via scientific instrumentation). Consequently, mathematics builds upon its past achievements and develops independently of technological advancements.
The main branches of pure mathematics are algebra (the study of arithmetical systems of various types), analysis (the study of the continuum and the mathematics of change), combinatorics (the mathematics of counting), probability (the mathematics of random phenomena), and topology (the study of geometrical objects and their deformations).
BSc Program
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Students who graduate from the BSc program will be proficient in the uses of mathematics, especially with calculus, matrix algebra, and differential equations. These graduates will also have been exposed to some statistics, computer science, and higher level mathematical reasoning in the form of mathematical proof. Courses in number theory, abstract algebra, and optimization can be taken as part of the BSc program, and there are options that allow for a combined major in mathematics and computer science and for a combined major in mathematics and statistics.
BSc Honours Program
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Students who graduate from the BSc Honours program will be proficient in highlevel abstract mathematical reasoning. The BSc Honours program is excellent preparation for graduate studies and many University of Regina graduates from the program go on to earn MSc and PhD degrees at top universities throughout North America.
Suggested First & Second Year for BSc & BSc Honours Mathematics Majors
Fall Semester 
Winter Semester 


Year 1 
MATH 110 
MATH 111 
Year 2 
MATH 213 
MATH 222 
In order to plan third and fourth year classes, use the Course Planner.
Enquiries
For further program inquiries, please contact the Academic Program Coordinator.