Computational Math

Students pursuing a bachelor of science with a major in computational math at Grenfell Campus will normally take the following courses in their first year:

Mathematics 1000 (or 1090)1Mathematics 1001 (or 1000)
English 1000English 1001
Physics 1050 (or Physics 1020)Mathematics 2050
elective2Computer Science 1510
  1. Students who are required to take Mathematics 1090 before entry into Mathematics 1000 are strongly recommended to take Mathematics 1001 during Intersession of their first year. Students not completing Mathematics 1001 in their first year may need extra time to complete their program.
  2. Students should consider electives that will lead to the completion of requirements for a minor. For example, students may want to take courses leading to the completion of a minor in business, economics or physics. Students may also want to complete a course in statistics, such as Statistics 2550 or 2500 in their first year.

Contact information

For additional information, visit the School of Science and the Environment or contact Dr. Robert Gallant.


Undergraduate Admissions and Programs

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