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Program Requirements

Note: University regulations apply to all students at Laurier. If there is any discrepancy between the program or progression requirements outlined on this page and those in the university's academic calendars, the academic calendars are the official sources of information. The information below is from the latest calendar, and you may be following progression requirements from an earlier calendar. Students are responsible for checking the appropriate calendar. Contact your program coordinator should you notice any discrepancies.

General Information

All incoming students registering for a program in which either MA103 or MA110* is permitted must register for MA110*. Based on the results of the Calculus Placement Evaluation and high school grades, students may be eligible to enrol in MA103. MA110* and MA103 cover essentially the same calculus material, but MA110* includes a significant amount of pre-calculus algebra, geometry and trigonometry.

* Full-year course

General Information

The MSc in Mathematics program is designed to be completed in one year (three terms) by well-prepared students. Students normally begin the program in September, or, with permission of the department, in January. Full-time students must complete the program within two years of initial registration. To count a course or the Seminar toward the Master’s degree, a student must obtain a grade of at least B-.

The MSc may also be completed through part-time studies.



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