Mathematics is the study of the various branches of pure and applied math. Given its almost unlimited applications to the real world, mathematics is an essential ingredient of general education, and will become even more so in the future.
WHY MATHEMATICS AT GLENDON
It is an important practical tool in humanities and social sciences, such as economics, political science, psychology, and sociology. Pure math will give you a foundation in modern analysis, algebra, and topology, and how to apply these areas to other branches of science. Applied math involves operations research, statistics, and the mathematics of investment. In Glendon’s program, you can also explore the computational aspects of modern math through mathematical software.
Careers and Alumni
Stephanie de Guzman completed a major in Mathematics, a minor in French Studies, and a Bachelor of Education at Glendon before taking her career international. She is currently teaching mathematics at the International School of Basel, Switzerland. More ››
A mathematics degree can lead to work as a business analyst, statistician, researcher, or educator. Other graduates have successful careers in business, government, and industry.
Mathematics major Denis Miave Yan came from Mauritius to study at Glendon. More › ›
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Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC) Codes
iBA Bilingual: YGG
iBA Trilingual: YGH (Upper-year entry)
Mathematics is available as a bilingual or trilingual international Bachelor of Arts.
Take part in the events and activities of Club Infinity, York University’s official math club!
As a Glendon Mathematics student, you are welcome to also take courses at the Keele Campus Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
Looking for helpful math resources? We have compiled them for you!
The programs are built upon a core curriculum of courses (21 credit) that must be taken by all degree program students. The core courses are at the first and second year level. They provide students with the basics of the discipline. Upon completion, students are prepared for upper level courses of their choice.
We encourage our students to meet with a faculty member before choosing their upper level courses to make sure that their course selection reflects their interest and professional aspiration and that the requirements on the number of credits will be fulfilled.
The rigorous training you will receive in all mathematics courses will enable you to pursue a career of your choice in public or private sector or to continue education on a graduate level. Such areas of employment as education or banking and insurance business are common for mathematics degree holders.
The bilingual liberal arts environment of Glendon provides a unique, valuable, and flexible approach to complement your studies. For instance, you will have the possibility to learn French and other languages, acquire knowledge in economics and business, or to add an international component to your degree. Throughout your studies you will be able to count on an individual attention and support from your professors.
Mathematics offers the following degree types and certificates:
- Specialized Honours BA/iBA
- Honours BA/iBA
- Honours Double Major BA/iBA
- Honours Major/Minor BA/iBA
- Honours Minor BA
- Bachelor of Arts Program (BA)
Students must follow the undergraduate calendar requirements for the year they entered or switched into their program.
Access detailed program requirements below:
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree Requirements 2016-2017
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree requirements 2014-2015
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree requirements 2013-2014
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree requirements 2012-2013
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree requirements 2011-2012
Mathematics BA and iBA Degree requirements 2010-2011
Click here for a Powerpoint video presentation of the mathematics courses. Remark: Once the file open, we recommend you use the “Slide Show” format.
Some courses are cross-listed or offered through other departments. Click to view a full list of all Glendon Fall/Winter 2020-2021 courses.