Mathematics Flexible PreMajor
*Please Note: The Flexible PreMajor Program has been discontinued and will no longer be updated. The agreements listed below are for historical reference only and should not be considered a guaranteed pathway. To view current course articulations, please go the Course Search.
This schematic lists by course number those Additional Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science courses beyond the Core courses that are required at each of the BC Receiving institutions indicated. The course numbers at respective Receiving institutions are in parentheses.
Recommended CORE plus ADDITIONAL Courses at Each Receiving Institution
UFV Additional
Statistics I (270) Transition to Advanced Math (265)

UBC(O) Additional
Mathematical Proof (220) Statistics I (230)

TWU Additional
(no additional courses)

KPU Additional
Probability and Statistics (2315)

SFU Additional
Introduction to Analysis (242) Discrete Mathematics II (201) Statistics I (270) Computing with Linear Algebra (203) Computing with Calculus (204)

CORE Courses
Calculus I, II, III Linear Algebra Discrete Mathematics I Ordinary Differential Equations
Computer Science I, II

UVic Additional
Logic and Foundations (122) Abstract Algebra (212) Discrete Mathematics II (222) Intro to Real Analysis (236) Computer Assisted Math & Physics (248) Statistics I (260)

TRU Additional
Introduction to Analysis (2200) Statistics I (2000) or Differential Equations 1 (2240) Discrete Mathematics II (2700)

UBC(V) Additional
Mathematical Proof (220) Computer Science [Confirm that Core CPSC courses transfer to UBC]

VIU Additional
Statistics I (254) Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics (223)

UNBC Additional
Intro to Complex Analysis (201) Foundations of Modern Mathematics (224)

While the courses indicated above are sufficient to meet program requirements at the referenced institutions, it should be noted that, at some institutions, program flexibility permits a slight variation in the choice of courses as listed. Students are strongly advised to consult online calendars or to contact departmental advisors at their chosen institution to obtain further information about alternate course options or about any 'strongly recommended' courses in this particular Mathematics Major program.
Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Requirements in Mathematics Major Programs
At British Columbia PostSecondary Institutions
TABLE 1: Mathematics Flexible PreMajor CORE Mathematics and Computer Science Courses

UBC

UBCO

SFU

UVIC

UNBC

TRU

TWU

UFV

KPU

VIU

Calculus I

MATH 100

MATH 100

MATH 150 or 151

MATH 100

MATH 100

MATH 1130 or MATH 1140

MATH 123

MATH 111

MATH 1120

MATH 121 
Calculus II

MATH101

MATH 101

MATH 152

MATH 101

MATH 101

MATH 1230 or MATH 1240

MATH 124

MATH 112

MATH 1220

MATH 122 
Calculus III

MATH 200

MATH 200

MATH 251

MATH 200

MATH 200

MATH 2110 or MATH 2650

MATH 223

MATH 211

MATH 2321

MATH 221 
Linear Algebra

MATH 221

MATH 221

MATH 240

MATH 110 or MATH 211

MATH 220

MATH 1300 or MATH 2120

MATH 250

MATH 221

MATH 2232

MATH 241 
Discrete Mathematics I



MACM 101

MATH 122

CPSC 141

MATH 1700

MATH 150


MATH 2410

MATH 123 
Ordinary Differential Equations

MATH 215

MATH 225

MATH 310


MATH 230



MATH 255

MATH 3421

MATH 251 
Computer Science I

CPSC 110

COSC 111 COSC 121

CMPT 120

CSC 110

CPSC 100

COMP 1130

CMPT 140

COMP 152

CPSC 1103

CSCI 160 
Computer Science II

CPSC 210


CMPT 129



COMP 1230

CMPT 166


CPSC 1204

CSCI 161 
Notes:
 Students at SFU must take one of Ordinary Differential Equations (310) and Numerical Analysis (MACM 316). These are used to satisfy upperlevel requirements in the degree.
 It should be carefully checked whether Computer Science courses transfer to UBC Vancouver – transfer credit is hard to get for UBC CPSC 110 or 210 or MATH 210, which form the computing prerequisites for a B.Sc. in Mathematics at UBC.
 UVIC Logic and Foundations is an “Introduction to proofs” class. Sometimes Discrete Mathematics I courses receive transfer credit. Additionally, UVIC MATH 204 is Calculus IV. It includes a substantial amount of Ordinary Differential Equations. Students who transfer with Ordinary Differential Equations instead should experience no difficulties.
TABLE 2: Mathematics Flexible PreMajor ADDITIONAL Mathematics and Computer Science Courses Recommended By Specific Institutions
INSTITUTION

ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED COURSES

UBC Vancouver

Mathematical Proof (MATH 220), Software Construction (CPSC 210)

UBC Okanagan

Mathematical Proof (MATH 220), Statistics I (STAT 230)

Simon Fraser University

Introduction to Analysis (MATH 242), Discrete Mathematics II (MACM 201), Statistics I (STAT 270), Computing with Algebra (MACM 203);,Computing with Calculus (MACM 204)

University of Victoria

Logic and Foundations (MATH 122), Abstract Algebra (MATH 212), Discrete Mathematics II (MATH 222), Introduction to Real Analysis (MATH 236), Computer Assisted Math & Physics (MATH 248), Statistics I (STAT 260) 
University of Northern British Columbia

Introduction to Complex Analysis (MATH 201), Foundations of Modern Mathematics (MATH 224)

Thompson Rivers University

Statistics I (STAT 2000) or Differential Equations 1 (MATH 2240), Introduction to Analysis (MATH 2200), Discrete Mathematics II (MATH 2700)

University of the Fraser Valley

Statistics I (MATH 270), Transition to Advanced Mathematics (MATH 265)

Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Probability and Statistics (MATH 2315)

Vancouver Island University

Statistics I (MATH 254), Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics (MATH 223)

Trinity Western University

No additional courses

Last Update: Fall, 2019