In the 2019-2020 Supplemental Calendar, you will find lots of useful information on our undergraduate programs and courses.
Some important things to look for in the supplemental calendar:
- program tables: incorporate the university residency requirement, degree (BA or BSc) requirements and the program requirements in a four-year schedule. When you apply to graduate, degree audit will be done against the requirements listed in the York University Academic Calendar in the year you commenced the program. If you are combining degrees (double majors or major/minor) or if you have switched programs, we suggest you arrange an advising appointment with the Faculty advisors or your program director in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
- descriptions of courses we offer; if you are looking for course locations or timetables, please check York's course listings instead.
- guidelines for students not in math or stats on how to pick the right course