Separate from this, our Department is a part of the Collaborative Biostatistics Program, a collaborative graduate program between the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, and the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan.
For core courses, and other specific information in each specialization, click on the above links.
Details about course-based M.Math., thesis-based M.Sc. and Ph.D programs are given below.
For a thesis-based M.Sc. and a Ph.D. degree, the student will conduct research normally supervised by a research supervisor. For information on research groups and research interests of our faculty members, see the “Research” item in the top menu.
For application procedures, see this page “Application Procedures” menu tab.
Programs: Our Department offers the following degree programs.
The minimum residency required for the course-based M.Math program is 12 months. Typically, a student will complete the program within two years.
The research for the Ph.D. thesis and the thesis preparation are normally supervised by the research supervisor. The student is required to submit a thesis containing a worthwhile contribution to knowledge and warranting publication. The adequacy of the thesis is decided by an examining committee consisting of the Advisory Committee and an External examiner from outside this University. The candidate must pass an oral examination based on the work in the thesis.
Transfer from M.Sc. to Ph.D. program
Also see the College of Graduate Studies and Research Policy and Procedues Manual Section 188.8.131.52.