Mathematics and Statistics

Mathematics and Statistics offers courses both at the undergraduate and graduate level. Our undergraduate mathematics courses cover a broad range of topics including calculus, algebra, analysis, ordinary and partial differential equations, number theory, networks and graphs, financial mathematics, and grade-school mathematics. Our undergraduate statistics courses also cover a broad range of topics including probability, inference, experimental design, and multivariate analysis.

Our department provides a variety of options for primary degrees including:

We also have minors and certificates including:

Course registration and advising

New or First Year BSc students - please consult the SASE First Year Guidebook for information on registering for first year courses. The SASE advisor provides undergraduate academic advising for all new and first year students.

Upper Year Math Majors - consult the UNBSJ SASE course matrix guides. One-on-one academic advising is available from the Chair of the Department or from the Undergraduate Academic Advisor.

To learn more about the UNB Saint John mathematics and statistics department, please contact one of our faculty members.