# Calendar Information

For a complete list and descriptions of Math/Stats courses visit Acadia's Academic Calendar, or the Online Course Catalog.

For detailed course information, including prerequisites, antirequisites, etc., refer to the calendar or course catalog links above.

## Additional information on 1000/2000 level courses

**MATH 0110: Pre-University Mathematics**

Math 0110 is designed for students coming to Acadia who require additional preparation before taking Math 1253 or Math 1613. This course does not count as a credit towards any Acadia degree.**MATH 1003 Precalculus**

Math 1003 is designed for students coming to Acadia who require additional preparation before taking Math 1013, Math 1323, or Math 1333. This course may not be used to satisfy major or minor Mathematics requirements.**MATH 1013: Introductory Calculus I**MATH 1013 is the first course in Acadia's calculus sequence, and is followed by Math 1023. The main focus of the course is on derivatives and their applications. Students in a science program other than nutrition or psychology will normally take Math 1013/1023 (plus applicable studio) in their first year. These courses are also an option for other students who have a suitable background in high school mathematics.**MATH 1023: Introductory Calculus II**MATH 1023 is Acadia's second calculus course, and follows on from Math 1013. The main focus of the course is on integration. This course prepares students for second-year courses in Advanced Calculus and Differential Equations (Math 2013 and Math 2023, or Math 2753 and Math 2723), for Probability and Statistics for Scientists and Engineers (Math 2213, Math 2223), and for Theory of Interest (Math 2633).

**MATH 1253: Statistics 1**

Math 1253 is our first Introductory Statistics course for students studying Nutrition, Psychology, Biology, Environmental Science, Geology, Computer Science, Kinesiology, and Business. Math 1253 replaces Math 1213, which was last offered in 2021-22.**MATH 1313: Foundations**

This course is an initial introduction to Fundamental Mathematical ideas and to mathematical proofs. Although no course formally depends on the material studied in this course, the reasoning skills developed here will be useful in many further Math courses. This course primarily designed for students who are majoring in mathematics and statistics as it is a requirement for this program.**MATH 1323: Matrix Algebra**

This course provides an introduction to methods of matrix algebra, taking mainly a computational approach to the material. This course may be used as an elective for many programs. Our second-year Linear Algebra 2 course (Math 2313) has this course as one of two possible prerequisites.**MATH 1333: Introduction To Linear Algebra**

This course provides an introduction to methods of matrix algebra, taking mainly a proof-based approach to the material. This course is a requirement for students majoring in mathematics and statistics. This course may also be used as an elective for many programs. Our second-year Linear Algebra 2 course (Math 2313) has this course as one of two possible prerequisites.**MATH 1413: Discrete Mathematics**

This course covers a number of foundational mathematics topics which are important for Computer Science. It is required for all Computer Science majors.**MATH 1533 - 1583:**These six courses are for elementary education programs.**MATH 1613: General Linear Algebra and Calculus for Business and Economics**Math 1613 is designed as an introduction to methods of linear algebra and calculus with a focus on applications to problems in Business and Economics. It covers less material than our main calculus sequence (Math 1013/1023) and Matrix Algebra (Math 1323 or 1333), and is not a replacement for either of those. Any student who is considering taking further Math courses should take the main calculus sequence Math 1013/1023 and/or Math 1323 or 1333 instead.**MATH 2013: Advanced Calculus**

This is Acadia's second-year core Advanced Calculus course for Math majors, and extends methods from first-year calculus into settings involving more than one variable.**MATH 2023: Differential Equations I**

This course builds on first-year calculus to explore techniques and concepts in the area of differential equations. Our third-year Ordinary Differential Equations course (Math 3713) has this as one of its possible prerequisites.**MATH 2213: Appl Probability Sci/Engi**

Math 2213 is our first Introductory Statistics course for students in math, physical sciences and engineering. Calculus is used throughout the course, and so first-year calculus must be completed prior to taking this course.**MATH 2223: Applied Statistics For Science**

Math 2223 follows on from Math 2213 and is a second Introductory Statistics course for students in math, physical sciences and engineering.**MATH 2243: Statistics II For Life Science**

Math 2243 follows on from Math 1253 and is a second Introductory Statistics course for students studying in Life Science.**MATH 2253: Statistics II for Science**

Math 2253 follows on from Math 1253 and is a second Introductory Statistics course for students studying in Science. Math 2253 replaces Math 1223, which was last offered in 2021-22.**MATH 2313: Linear Algebra 2****MATH 2633: Theory of Interest****MATH 2723: Introduction to Differential Equations**

This course is an introduction to differential equations, mainly aimed at Engineering and Science students. Our third-year Ordinary Differential Equations course (Math 3713) has this as one of its possible prerequisites.**MATH 2753: Multivariate Calculus For Appl Sci**

All information on 3000- and 4000-level courses is contained in the Acadia Academic Calendar and the Course Catalog (see top of this page for links).