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                                                                                  **IMPORTANT NOTICE**
In following the recommendations from Ottawa Public Health, the School of Mathematics & Statistics is operating online and staff are working remotely.

If you are an undergraduate student requiring advising assistance, submit your questions on our *new* advising request form.    For all other inquiries, contact the office at and your email will be redirected to the appropriate contact.

We are also checking and responding to voicemail on (613) 520-2600 ext. 1958 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

We are doing all we can to keep our community safe and to contribute to slowing the progression of COVID-19 in Ottawa and across the country.  For more information, please visit Carleton’s Coronavirus page.  Thank you.

The School of Mathematics and Statistics remains committed to delivering high-quality education to our students.   Summer 2021 courses will all be delivered online.   For information regarding Fall/Winter 2021-22 continue to check Carleton’s newsroom for the latest news.


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In today’s world, the modern citizen is routinely confronted by a maze of numbers and data in various forms. Mathematics and Statistics are also at the heart of many of today’s advancements in science and technology and are contributing to progress in other fields such as industrial and  architectural design, economics, biology, linguistics, and psychology.

Since 1942, the students enrolled in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton have enjoyed the unique advantage of studying in the nation’s capital, providing easy access to internship opportunities in government departments and private industry.

Our Programs

  • Bachelor of Mathematics
  • Master of Science: Mathematics and Statistics
  • Ph.D.: Mathematics and Statistics

Our Fields

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Bioinformatics (M.Sc. only)
  • Biostatistics (M.Sc. only)
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Pure Mathematics