MULTIPLY YOUR CAREER OPTIONS

Students looking to advance their careers in areas such as scientific computing, optimization and statistics will broaden their professional capabilities with a Master’s of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. According to the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and the American Statistical Association, jobs in these fields are at an all-time high and are likely to continue to grow over the next 10 years.

An M.S. in Mathematics enhances opportunities for professional success in fields such as the following:

Actuarial science
Biomedical engineering
Finance
Mathematical economics
Operations research and management science

Accelerator Admission Details

Direct MAP Advanced MAP MAP Pre-Sessional English
GPA 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5
IELTS™ 6.5 6.0 5.5 4.5
Program Start Date Spring or Fall Spring or Fall Spring or Fall Spring, Fall or Summer

Qualifying undergraduate degrees:
A four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics or Mathematics and Computing.

MAP Sample Coursework

Data Science (exclusively for Master’s Accelerator students)
Probability and Statistics (exclusively for Master’s Accelerator students)

Progression Details

Direct MAP Advanced MAP MAP Pre-Sessional English
Credits Earned Towards Degree 9 6 9 0
Progression Requirements

Maintain status

GPA of 3.25
No grade lower than a B, and approval from the Accelerator team
GPA of 3.25
No grade lower than a B, and approval from the Accelerator team
Successful completion of the Level 4 courses

Total credits required for degree: 30

Tuition Costs

Pre-sessional English
14-week Sessions 
Direct MAP
1 Semester
Advanced MAP
1 Semester
MAP
2 Semesters
Cost Per Credit After MAP Total Credits Required For Degree
$7,730 – $8,039 $15,080 – $15,683 $16,609 – $17,273 $25,131 – $25,624 $1,260 30

*tuition can vary based on semester of entry

Enhance your employability.

Through the Career Accelerator, you’ll enhance your employability, gain skills to advance your academic performance and access opportunities for real-world work placement, either while pursuing your degree or upon graduation.