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4.13.5 Statistics  Mathematics Joint Honours Program
4.13.5 Statistics  Mathematics Joint Honours Program
The departments of Statistics and Mathematics offer a joint Honours program for students wishing in depth study in Statistics and Mathematics. 
To enter the Honours program students must have satisfied the Faculty of Science requirements for entry to the program, and have obtained a minimum grade of "B" in STAT 2150, and either MATH 1232 or MATH 1690 (or a minimum grade of "A" in MATH 1700).
To continue in the Honours program, students must maintain a minimum DGPA of 3.00.
To graduate with the B. Sc. Honours degree, a student must achieve a minimum DGPA of 3.00 and a minimum grade of āCā on all remaining courses that contribute to the 120 credit hours of the degree.

YEAR 1 
YEAR 2 
YEAR 3 
YEAR 4 
JOINT HONOURS 120 CREDIT HOURS (comprising courses listed in chart below, and electives) 
MATH 1220^{1}, MATH 1230^{1}, MATH 1232^{1} (B), MATH 1240 
STAT 2400
MATH 2020, MATH 2080, MATH 2090, MATH 2150, MATH 2160, MATH 2180

STAT 3050, STAT 3470, STAT 3480, STAT 3400, STAT 3800 
STAT 4100, STAT 4520, STAT 4530 
The following courses must be taken in Year 1 or Year 2:
STAT 1150^{1}, STAT 2150 (B)
COMP 1010
6 credit hours from the Faculty of Arts, which should include the required āWā course
12 credit hours of approved electives

MATH 2030, MATH 3320, MATH 3322, MATH 3340, MATH 3470, MATH 3472, MATH 3440, MATH 3460
3 credit hours from MATH 2070, MATH 2170 and any 3000/4000 level Mathematics courses
3 credit hours from any 4000 level Mathematics courses
6 credit hours of approved electives

30 Hours 
30 Hours 
30 Hours 
30 Hours 
NOTES:
^{1 }Students are strongly advised to take MATH 1220, MATH 1230, MATH 1232. The following substitutions are allowed (but not advised), provided the grades indicated in brackets are achieved: MATH 1300 (A) in place of MATH 1220, MATH 1500 (A) or MATH 1510 (A) in place of MATH 1230, MATH 1700 (A) in place of MATH 1232, MATH 1690 (B) in place of MATH 1230 and MATH 1232. STAT 1000 (C) and STAT 2000 (B) in place of STAT 1150.
(Letters in brackets indicate minimum prerequisite standing for further study.) 
