# Students in the College of Arts and Science

Students who are uncomfortable with pre-calculus topics should enrol in MATH 102 prior to taking any introductory calculus course (MATH 104, MATH 110 or MATH 125).

Regardless of their most recent course work in mathematics, students should self-assess the skills in their mathematical toolkit by completing the Math Readiness Assessment.

- Archeology: MATH 110 or MATH 164
- Chemistry: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Geology: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Geophysics: MATH 110, MATH 116 and MATH 164
- Hydrology: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Mathematical Physics: MATH 110, MATH 116 and MATH 164
- Paleobiology: MATH 110 and MATH 164
- Physics: MATH 110, MATH 116 and MATH 164

Students who are uncomfortable with pre-calculus topics should enrol in MATH 102 prior to taking MATH 110

Regardless of their most recent course work in mathematics, students should self-assess the skills in their mathematical toolkit by completing the Math Readiness Assessment.

Students with a strong mathematics background (e.g., SK Calculus 30 or equivalent) should consider taking MATH 176 and MATH 177 in place of MATH 110 and MATH 116.

Contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences for advice with course selection.

- Applied Mathematics: MATH 110, MATH 116 and MATH 164
- Bioinformatics: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Business Economics: MATH 110
- Computer Science: MATH 110, MATH 116 and MATH 164
- Economics: MATH 110
- Mathematics: MATH 176, MATH 177, MATH 163 and MATH 164
- Statistics: MATH 110, MATH116, MATH 163 and MATH 164

Students who are uncomfortable with pre-calculus topics should enrol in MATH 102 prior to taking MATH 110.

Regardless of their most recent course work in mathematics, students should self-assess the skills in their mathematical toolkit by completing the Math Readiness Assessment.

Students with a strong mathematics background (e.g., SK Calculus 30 or equivalent) should consider taking MATH 176 and MATH 177 in place of MATH 110 and MATH 116.

Contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences for advice with course selection.

- Biology: MATH 125
- Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology: MATH 125
- Biomedical Foundations: MATH 125
- Biomedical Neuroscience: MATH 125
- Cellular, Physiological and Pharmacological Sciences: MATH 125
- Environment and Society: MATH 125
- Environmental Biology: MATH 125
- Environmental Geoscience: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Food Science: MATH 110 and MATH 116
- Health Studies: MATH 125
- Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences: MATH 125
- Regional and Urban Planning: MATH 104

Students who are uncomfortable with pre-calculus topics should enrol in MATH 102 prior to taking MATH 104, MATH 110 or MATH 125. In most cases, students may substitute MATH 110 for MATH 104 or MATH 125. Students unsure of their academic path should opt for MATH 110 instead of MATH 104 or MATH 125. Details on the difference between these courses are available on the Introductory Mathematics and Statistics Courses page.

Contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences for advice with course selection.

Students enrolled in BA, BFA and BMus degrees not listed above have many choices in fulfiling their quantative reasoning requirement.

MATH 101 is a course is designed for students in BA, BFA and BMus programs to fulfill their quantitative reasoning requirement. This course is designed for those who haven't traditionally been comfortable reasoning using numbers, statistics and data. For these students, the course will give an introduction to using quantitative arguments to analyze problems, critique arguments, and draw conclusions.

Before enrolling in MATH 101, students should ensure that MATH 101 appears on the list of **Quantitive Reasoning **courses of their program requirements.

Contact an advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences for advice with course selection.

# Students in the College of Education

Students enrolled in the Early/Middle Years program route of the Bachelor of Education whose Teaching Area (1 or 2) is Mathematics should not enroll in MATH 150. In fulfilling their 6 credit unit requirement of 100-level MATH, students should complete one of MATH 104, MATH 176 or MATH 110.

Details on the difference between these courses are available on the Introductory Mathematics and Statistics Courses page.

Students enrolled in the Early/Middle Years program route of the Bachelor of Education whose Teaching Area is not Mathematics should only enroll in MATH 150 if they are not confident with primary and middle school mathematical concepts and techniques. Otherwise, students should choose from MATH 104, MATH 164, STAT 103, STAT 244, STAT 245 to fulfill their Mathematics/Statistics requirement.

Students enrolled in the Secondary program route of the Bachelor of Education whose Teaching Area is Mathematics should enroll in the following courses in their first year: MATH 110, MATH 116, MATH 163 and MATH 164. Students may also choose to enroll in 3 credit units of Statistics, such as STAT 103 or STAT 245. **STAT 244 is not recommended**.

Students with a strong mathematics background (e.g., SK Calculus 30 or equivalent) should consider taking MATH 176 and MATH 177 in place of MATH 110 and MATH 116.

Students are encouraged to contact the Mathematics Undergraduate Advisor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for advice on 200- and 300- level mathematics course selection and for information on completing an undergraduate degree in mathematics concurrently with their Bachelor of Education.

# Students in the College of Kinesiology

- Kinesiology - Exercise and Sport Studies: MATH 104
- Kinesiology/Education Combined Program: MATH 104 or MATH 110

(Kin/Ed students whose Teaching Area 2 is Mathematics are required to enroll in MATH 110.)

Students who are uncomfortable with pre-calculus topics should enrol in MATH 102 prior to taking MATH 104.

Contact an advisor in the College of Kinesiology for advice with course selection.

# Students in the College of Engineering

All students in the College of Engineering are required to take MATH 133 and MATH 134 as part of their first-year studies.

# Students in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources

In many programs, students are advised to choose one of MATH 104, MATH 110 or MATH 125 as part of their second-year courses. Specific course requirements can be found on program pages in the University Catalogue.

Contact an advisor in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources for advice with course selection.

# Students in Edwards School of Business

Students in Edwards School of Business do not take courses from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics as part of their program requirements.

Contact an advisor in the Edwards School of Business for advice with course selection.