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Do you want to discover how to put our world in order? Study the meaning of data?

A degree in mathematics or statistics at UNB Saint John will prepare you for a career as a data analyst, actuary, economist, biostatistician and more.

Benefit from our small class sizes as well as our range of courses. You will stand above the rest through our tutoring opportunities as well as summer research projects. Our classes fit the needs of students heading to graduate school or looking for employment. 


You can complete the mathematics program as a major or a minor.

Many students in our programs have the opportunity to “earn while they learn” as a teaching assistant, a tutor or working with a faculty member on a summer research project.

Our majors and minors may be obtained through either the Bachelor of Arts, or the Bachelor of Science degrees. We also offer a BSc in math and economics.

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Certificate in Mathematics for Education

This certificate is open to all interested students however, it is primarily intended for current and future school teachers for whom mathematics is a potential teachable subject or those who simply wish to expand their knowledge in the field of mathematics.

This certificate can be taken as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with a degree program, with the approval of the appropriate faculty.

Candidates for admission to the certificate must meet the university’s requirements for admission to any of the faculties or the requirements for admission as a mature student.

The certificate consists of 30 credit hours (ten courses), and a grade of C or better is required in each course.

BSc course requirements


Statistics is the science of the collection and interpretation of data. You will learn to develop tools to predict behaviour and actions across a variety of sectors including government, business, science and academia. This program is available as a major and a minor. 

What to expect

In your first year, you will be required to take introductory mathematics courses in calculus as well as two introductory courses in probability and statistics. In your upper years, you will build upon this foundation with courses in probability, regression analysis and design of experiments.

You may declare your major or minor in statistics at the end of your second year.

Careers in demand

A degree in statistics prepares you for a career using data to solve a variety of intricate problems for many types of employers including:

  • academia
  • business
  • education
  • government

Our graduates go on to become:

  • actuaries
  • forensic auditors
  • insurance underwriters
  • market research analysts
  • medical researchers
  • public opinion researchers
  • statisticians
  • systems operation analysts

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