Department of Mathematics
The Mathematics Department at York University is committed to building a foundation of mathematics literacy and preparation for many career options. Whether your post-grad goals are graduate school or entering the workforce, you can rest assured that you will be well prepared.
Bachelor of Science degrees are available in Mathematics, and with secondary field endorsements in Mathematics Education.
Bachelor of Arts in Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics
A Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics provides significant career options including:
- Computer Science
- Analyzing Data
- Market Research
- Inventory Strategies
Aside from graduate studies in mathematics, other advanced study options include:
- Information Technology
- Aerospace Engineering (NASA)
Some of the courses you may take include:
- Mathematics for Educators
- Intermediate Algebra
- Math in the Real World
- Functions and Modeling
- College Algebra
- Abstract Algebra
- Linear Algebra
- Discrete Mathematics
- College Geometry
- Analytic Geometry and Calculus
- Elements of Statistics
- Introduction to Mathematical Thought
- Probability and Statistics
- Differential Equations
The learner will demonstrate the skills necessary to successfully enter
mathematics-related careers or graduate programs.
The learner will exhibit baccalaureate-level proficiency in the mathematical fields of differential and integral calculus, linear and abstract algebra, real analysis, topology, differential equations, logic, set theory, and number theory.
The learner will show proficiency in the art and meaning of mathematical communication, especially as exhibited through the construction and interpretation of mathematical proofs.
Mr. Mark Miller
Chair of the Mathematics Department
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Mr. Todd Sheldon
Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics