Computational Mathematics at Grenfell
Campus
The degree
is a B.Sc. major in Mathematics that aims to cover essential undergraduate
topics in mathematics and to develop rigorous logical thinking. The program
also equips students with computational techniques to model and solve
realworld problems.
Computational
Mathematics is the language of your future. You'll need it to navigate the
numbers and wield the evolving tools of industry.
Apply for admission directly from high school. If
you have attended another postsecondary institution, you can apply for
advanced standing. You should meet with an academic adviser to discuss transfer
credits and appropriate course selection.
CAREER/ADVANCED STUDY OPPORTUNITES:
Mathematics is found everywhere and that means mathematicians
are needed everywhere. Computational mathematics focuses on solving real world
problems with computational techniques. This gives graduates the inside track
on jobs in business and computing. This program gives you critical thinking and
analytical skills that you can apply to virtually any job or further education.
With a degree in computational mathematics,
career industries include:
Software
Development Market/Risk
Analysis Aerospace and
Aviation Telecommunications Biotechnology Entrepreneurial
Ventures 
Accountant Demography Epidemiology Forensic
Science Meteorology Financial
advising 
Using computational mathematics as a first degree
is a great way to prepare to become a:
Doctor
Lawyer
Teacher
A quick look at the degree:
1000 level
Math Courses 
2000
level Math Courses 
3000
level Math Courses 
4000
level Math Courses 
Other
Courses Required/Suggested 
Math 1000 Math 1001 
Math 2000 Math 2050 Math 2051 Math 2130 Math 2320 
Math 3000 Math 3132 Math 3240 3 more courses at the 3000 level 
Math 4242 Math 4950 1 more course at the 4000 level 
Engi 1020 Engl 1000 Engl 1001 1000 level Physics Phil 2210 Stats 2550 
Sample first and second year courses:
Math 1000 stream
Year One 

Fall
Semester 
Winter
Semester 
Intersession 

September
 December 
January
 April 
May –
June 


Math 1000 Engi 1020 Engl 1000 Phys 1050 Elective 

Math 1001 Math 2050 Engl 1001 Elective^{α} Elective 

Year Two 

Fall
Semester 
Winter
Semester 
Intersession 

September
 December 
January
 April 
May –
June 


Math 2000 Stats 2550^{α} Elective^{γ}^{} Elective Elective 

Math 2320 Math 2130 Math 3XXX^{β} Elective Elective 

^{α}Some students may wish to complete
Statistics 2550 in their first year.
^{β}Math 3202 or Math 3260 will be offered
each year.
^{γ}Phil 2210 is recommended early in the
program.
Math 1090 stream
Year One 

Fall
Semester 
Winter
Semester 
Intersession 

September
 December 
January
 April 
May –
June 


Math 1090 Engl 1000 Phys 1020 Elective Elective 

Math 1000 Math 2050 Engl 1001 Elective^{} Elective 
Math 1001 Stats 2550^{δ} 
Year Two 

Fall
Semester 
Winter
Semester 
Intersession 

September
 December 
January
 April 
May – June 


Math 2000 Engi 1020 Elective^{δ}^{} Elective^{γ}^{} Elective 

Math 2320 Math 2130 Math 3XXX^{β} Elective Elective 

^{δ}Some students may wish to complete
Statistics 2550 in their first year.
^{β}Math 3202 or Math 3260 will be offered
each year.
^{γ}Phil 2210 is recommended early in the
program.
Students
should consider electives that will lead to the completion of requirements for
a minor also. For example, students may
want to take courses leading to the completion of a minor in Business,
Economics, or Physics.