In addition to Faculties of Graduate Studies and Science requirements, the Department normally requires that:

**Master of Science (thesis-based)**

All students in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics and Statistics take course work to the equivalent of an honours bachelor's degree plus at least five half-course equivalents, or four half-course equivalents if completing program in one year (not counting the seminar course 621) at the graduate level. In addition:

a) Applied Mathematics students must include two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611 in their program.

b) Pure Mathematics students must include two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611 in their program.

c) Statistics students must include any three of Statistics 701, 703, 721, 723 in their program.

**Master of Science (course-based)**

a) Applied Mathematics students take eight half-course equivalents which must include two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611.

b) Pure Mathematics students take eight half-course equivalents which must include two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611.

c) Statistics students take eight half-course equivalents which must include any three of Statistics 701, 703, 721, 723.

All students complete a project resulting in a written report.

**Doctor of Philosophy**

Course requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy beyond those for a master's degree are determined on an individual basis, but the following rules apply:

a) Applied Mathematics students must include eight half-course equivalents in their total graduate program (MSc and PhD); including the equivalent of two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611.

b) Pure Mathematics students must include eight half-course equivalents in their total graduate program (MSc and PhD); including the equivalent of two of Applied Mathematics 605, 617, Pure Mathematics 607, 611.

c) Statistics students must include eight half-course equivalents in their total graduate program (MSc and PhD); including the equivalent of any three of Statistics 701, 703, 721, and 723.