The Master of Science program aims to provide students with an intensive advanced education in areas of Mathematics and Statistics in preparation for doctoral studies or the job market. Students can follow either the Mathematics stream or the Statistics stream. In research output, the Department is currently in the top three in its category among Ontario universities as ranked by Canadian University Publications.
- Cellular automata, discrete dynamical systems and complex networks
- Computational methods for solving algebraic and differential systems
- Graph theory and algorithmic game theory
- Group and ring theory
- High performance parallel computing
- Mathematical music theory
- Mathematical physics and general relativity
- Mathematics education
- Nonlinear functional analysis and applications to optimization, game theory, mathematical economics, and differential systems
- Probability and measure theory
- Solitons and integrability of partial differential equations
- Symmetry analysis and computer algebra applied to nonlinear differential equations
- Statistical Inference Methods and Applications
- Computational methods and applications to stochastic models
- Convergence and Efficiency of Markov Chain Monte Carlo Algorithms
- Thesis – 6 terms (2 years)
- Project – 6 terms (2 years)
This program is funded for the defined length above as outlined on our financial page.
- November 30 for January entry, February 1 for September entry.
Applications for the 2019/2020 academic year are not currently being accepted as the program is full.
Applications for the Winter 2020 are being accepted.