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Faculty of Arts and Science Program Information:

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2019-2020 Timetables:

For all three Campuses:
Faculty of Arts and Science courses:
Faculty of Engineering MAT courses:


A guide to 1st Year Calculus Courses:

want to take a calculus course and not sure where to begin?  Please review are guide on 1st year Calculus courses offered through the Faculty of Arts and Science, here.

Preparatory Resources and Courses:

To assess your readiness of taking 1st year level courses, we have prepared this site with review materials and quiz assessments:  ​

Our department has developed the Preparing for University Math Program (PUMP) to help student students bridge the gap between high school and 1st year University courses. The PUMP program consists of two courses:  PUMP Level 1 and PUMP Level 2. These are non-credit courses specifically designed to introduce students to the background knowledge required for entry-level Mathematics courses in calculus and linear algebra. More info on PUMP can be found here.

We also offer a credit course MAT138H1, Introduction to Proofs. MAT138H1 will provide students with plenty of practice on reading and reasoning in mathematics, finding and writing proofs and doing general problem solving. Some elements of logic, sets and cardinality, relations and functions, geometry and number theory will be introduced throughout the course.This course is designed for:

  • Students who intend to register in analytical courses but who have not been introduced to proofs in their high school program
  • Mathematics and Science students who are planning to take some of our more demanding courses like MAT 137Y1, MAT157Y1, MAT237Y1, MAT240H1, etc.
  • Students currently registered in other programs who are interested in completing a mathematical course on solving proofs
  • Students who complete the first-year computational mathematics courses but who hope to transition into more challenging mathematics courses


Topic courses in Mathematics:

The department is offering three "Topics in Mathematics" courses in the fall 2020 and winter 2021 terms:

  • MAT382H1F: Introduction on Geometric Group Theory with Kasra Rafi
  • MAT382H1S: Topic & Instructor TBA
  • MAT477H1F: Fourier series, integrals and (cool) applications (Instructor TBA)
  • MAT477H1S: Seminar on dynamical systems with option for students to choose their own topics with Kasra Rafi
  • MAT482H1S: Topic & Instructor TBA


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