Below is a collection of links mentioned in the Mar. 27, 2012 information session for undergraduates.

- UBC Department of Mathematics website
- Why be a Math Major? A short power point presentation
- AMS Mathematical Moments A number of very interesting Mathematical stories in a one page format.
- AMS Early Career Profile Network very interesting real life stories. You can search by job category or by institution such as U. Washington in Seattle.
- AMS Mathematical Sciences Career Information for undergrads
- American Mathematical Society (AMS) Careers and Employment for Ph.D's

- Math Grads’ Skills: Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, Science, Critical Thinking, Active Learning, Persuasion, Complex Problem Solving, Operations Analysis, Programming, Operation Monitoring, Operation and Control, Troubleshooting, Judgment and Decision Making, Systems Analysis, Systems Evaluation, ... And Many More!
- Careers in Mathematics
- Science Coop Program with details about Mathematics Coop at Mathematics Coop . Albert Chau is the Coop advisor. It is always recommended that students take CPSC 110/210 early for this program since these skills are often important to employers of the Coop jobs.

- Booklet for Mathematics Students with general descriptions of programs and typical courses taken.
- Presentation 2012 by Richard Anstee on programs
- Undergraduate section of Math Department website
- UBC Mathematics Undergraduate Program Description Booklet
- UBC Calendar BSc Mathematics programs (see also Honours Computer Science and Math, Honours Physics and Math, Honours Mathematics and Statistics, Honours Chemistry and Mathematics)
- UBC Calendar BA Mathematics programs
- Dual-Degree Program in Math and Education (Calendar listing) Note that George Bluman (bluman at math dot ubc dot ca) is the advisor for this program.
- Minor in Honours Mathematics for Applied Science students. See some student advice at Minor in Honours Math

- Year-specific advisors
- Undergraduate Chair Dr. Rajiv Gupta
- Chief Advisor Richard Anstee (until Jun 2012), Richard Anstee