Mathematics and Statistics and Computer Applications
Undergraduate Program Director
HOVHANNES A. HARUTYUNYAN, PhD Armenian Academy of Sciences; Professor
Sir George Williams Campus
Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Complex, Room: EV 003.139
514‑848‑2424, ext. 3000
The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science and the Faculty of Arts and Science have created a program of study which combines a comprehensive education in computer science and mathematics. This program resides in both Faculties. In the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, it is offered under the aegis of the Bachelor of/Baccalaureate in Computer Science, Computer Applications Option. According to their preferences and aspirations, students may apply either for a Bachelor of/Baccalaureate in Computer Science program, Bachelor of/Baccalaureate in Science program, or Bachelor of/Baccalaureate in Arts program. The Arts and Science offering is described in §31.200. The Computer Science program is described below.
The Computer Applications Option may be taken with a Major in Mathematics and Statistics. It provides a foundation for integrated studies in computer science and mathematics.
The mathematics component of the program includes topics that overlap with computer science, such as modelling, symbolic computation, and combinatorics, as well as the standard topics of a mathematical curriculum.
Structure of the Program
The program consists of 90 credits.
|Mathematics and Statistics Option||Credits|
|Computer Science Core (see §71.70.2)*||33.00|
|Complementary Core (see §71.70.2)||6.00|
|Mathematics and Statistics Core||36.00|
|Computer Science Electives (see §71.70.2)||3.00|
|General Electives (see §71.70.2)||12.00|
*COMP 232 may be replaced by MAST 217. COMP 233 must be replaced by MAST 221.
|Mathematics and Statistics Core||Credits|
|COMP 361||Elementary Numerical Methods**||3.00|
|COMP 367||Techniques in Symbolic Computation***||3.00|
|COMP 465||Design and Analysis of Algorithms||3.00|
|MAST 218||Multivariable Calculus I||3.00|
|MAST 219||Multivariable Calculus II||3.00|
|MAST 232||Mathematics with Computer Algebra||3.00|
|MAST 234||Linear Algebra and Applications I||3.00|
|MAST 235||Linear Algebra and Applications II||3.00|
|MAST 324||Introduction to Optimization||3.00|
|MAST 331||Mathematical Modelling||3.00|
|MAST 333||Applied Statistics||3.00|
*COMP 339 is cross-listed with MATH 339.
**COMP 361 may be replaced by MAST 334.
***COMP 367 is cross‑listed with MAST 332.
The Computer Science and Mathematics and Statistics program is restricted to students who are enrolled in or simultaneously applying for the Computer Science Applications Option and who are qualified for the mathematics component. Applicants must fulfill the admission requirements for the Computer Science Option in Computer Applications (see §71.10.2) and be accepted into the Computer Applications Option. For admission requirements for the mathematics component, see §31.200.
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- Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science - Section 71
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