In order to earn a Mathematics Honours degree, a student must complete thirteen courses as well as a capstone thesis and earn 60 credits, out of which:
 40 credits must be from the mathematics required courses (ten 4 credit courses)
 6 credits coming from the mathematics affiliated required courses (two 2 credit courses, two 1 credit courses)
 9 credits from mathematics elective courses.
 8 credits from capstone thesis.
Minor:
In order to earn a Minor in Mathematics, a student must earn 27 credits, out of which:
 24 credits coming from six mathematics required courses:
Analysis 1; Discrete mathematics; Linear algebra 1; Analysis 2; Algebra 1; Probability.
2. 3 credits worth of courses, which can come from the following course baskets:
a. A required math course which is not one of the six courses mentioned in the previous point.
b. A course from the list of math electives.
c. These credits cannot come from any of the four affiliated mathematics courses (writing, computational methods, history, ethics).
Concentration:
There are three concentration tracks in mathematics. You are required to successfully complete the following courses to earn a concentration in one of the below tracks.
 Concentration 1: Analysis 1, Analysis 2, Probability
 Concentration 2: Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra 1, Algebra 1
 Concentration 3: Analysis 1, Linear Algebra 1, Analysis 2, Differential Equations
The Krea mathematics graduate will go into a variety of future career paths encompassing both academia as well as employment in a wide range of sectors and industries, including, but certainly not limited to, government and public policy, technology, finance, data science, and consulting.
Job Roles 
Organizations 
 Actuary
 Statistician
 Data scientists
 Data analyst
 Operations research analyst
 Digital Analytics

 Insurance company
 PE/VC firms
 Quant Trading Firms
 Mathematical modelling product
firms
 Data Analytics firm
 Data department of an FMCG
company
 Operations Research
