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The Frequently Asked Questions below covers a wide range of common questions on a diverse set of topics. If your question is not in this FAQ and does not relate to registration issues, contact the appropriate individual on the Advisor Contact Information list below based on the nature of your inquiry.
The department holds an annual Mathematics Information Session in March and maintains a page of material and links that are discussed at the session.
Frequently Asked Questions - Degree requirements
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For Majors or Honours students, the new CPSC courses [CPSC 110 and CPSC 210] or [CPSC 110 and MATH 210] or the old CPSC courses [CPSC 111 and CPSC 211] or [CPSC 111 and MATH 210]. The old CPSC courses CPSC 111 and CPSC 211 are not offered after 2010W. For minors, there is no computing requirement. Also, some combined programs do not have a computing requirement.
Many Math programs used to require CPSC 111 and one of CPSC 211 or MATH 210. The CPSC courses changed numbers to CPSC 110 and 210 in 2009/2010, but this change was
not immediately reflected in most of the Math program descriptions in the UBC Calendar.
The new requirement, which should be reflected in newer versions of the UBC Calendar, is "one of CPSC 110, 111 and one of CPSC 210, 211, MATH 210".
All BSC degrees in Mathematics require at least 3 credits of first-year Physics. Students who have not taken Physics 12 in high school must take 6 credits. A BA degree in Mathematics does not have this requirement. See the individual program listings for details (Science
Whenever a program's requirements change, students are allowed to satisfy the original requirements or the new ones; see these UBC regulations
. Students may not pick and choose from different versions of program requirements; they must satisfy one complete set of requirements.(ID 44)
Disclaimer: In all cases of inconsistencies between this FAQ and the UBC Calendar, the UBC Calendar supersedes the material here.
|1st year Advisor||Margaret Ness||MATH 121||822-6430||ness|
|2nd year Non-Math||Dr. Anthony Peirce||MATH 108||822-2104||peirce|
|3rd year Non-Math||Dr. Anthony Peirce||MATH 108||822-2104||peirce|
|4th-5th year Non-Math||Dr. Anthony Peirce||MATH 108||822-2104||peirce|
|2nd year Honours (or combined honours)||Dr. Greg Martin||MATH 212||822-4371||gerg|
|3rd year Honours (or combined honours)||Dr. Dong Li||MATX 1104||827-3039||dli|
|4th year Honours (or combined honours)||Dr. Dong Li||MATX 1104||827-3039||dli|
|2nd year Majors/Minors||Dr. Tai-Peng Tsai||MATH 109||822-2591||ttsai|
|3rd year Majors/Minors||Dr. Albert Chau||MATH 239||822-2450||chau|
|4th year Majors/Minors||Dr. Albert Chau||MATH 239||822-2450||chau|
|Transfer of Credits & AP Exemptions Advisors||Dr. Lior Silberman||MATH 229B||827-3031||lior|
|Dual Degree Math/Ed (Education Advisor)||Dr. Richard Anstee||MATX 1114||822-6105||anstee|
|Adjudication of graduating students||Dr. Keqin Liu||MATX 1225||822-3785||kliu|
|Adjudication of graduating students||Dr. Lior Silberman||MATH 229B||827-3031||lior|
|Actuarial Advisor||Dr. Joel Friedman||MATH 210||822-2413||jf|
|Co-op Liaison||Dr. Brian Wetton||MATX 1107||822-5784||wetton|
|Putnam Advisor||Dr. Greg Martin||MATH 212||822-4371||gerg|
|Chief Advisor||Dr. Brian Wetton||MATX 1107||822-5784||wetton|
|Undergraduate Chair||Prof. Mark Mac Lean||MATH 113||827-3038||ugradchair|
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