Science and Engineering


Mathematics is an important part of everyday life and also plays a large role in practically every industry, which is why graduates of the Mathematics program will have a wide variety of career options to choose from. In the Mathematics program, you will learn not only about the areas of pure mathematics, which include algebra, calculus, mathematical analysis, geometry, logic, topology and number theory, but also the areas of applied mathematics, including computing, mathematical physics, statistics, differential equations and game theory. You will also learn about math in relation to other fields of study, such as the fields of social sciences, natural sciences and the humanities, and through the various mathematical exercises, develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills which are needed in most jobs