Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The Graduate Program in Mathematics & Statistics offers instruction leading to Master of Arts, Master of Science in Applied & Industrial Mathematics and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Research interests of faculty members cover diverse areas of mathematics including algebraic geometry, applied mathematics, category theory, complexity theory, differential equations, dynamical systems, discrete mathematics, functional analysis, geometry, group theory, history of mathematics, logic and set theory, numerical analysis, optimization, probability, stochastic processes and topology. They also cover various areas of statistics including foundations of statistics, generalized linear models, interactive statistical graphics, statistical inference and survey sampling technique
Mathematics and Statistics at a Glance
Applied and Industrial Mathematics
Statistics and Actuarial Science
Laura Keane's research focuses on rechargeable batteries used in everyday devices such as cell phones and laptop computers. Using mathematical modelling, she examines the factors that contribute to battery degradation over time, with the goal of improving their lifetimes.
The Graduate Program in Mathematics and Statistics at York is an exciting environment to pursue innovative, socially engaging, career-ready education. Contact our Graduate Program Assistant to learn more.