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The Department of Mathematics and Statistics offers Bachelor's degrees in both the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science, as well as Master's and Doctoral degrees in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.
The collection of works in mathematics and statistics in the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering aims to cover subjects taught in traditional undergraduate courses in mathematics and statistics from the most elementary to the very advanced (see list in subject order). The Library is also collecting in integrated technical computing systems (e.g. MATLAB, Mathematica).
Schulich Library has mathematics collections not reflected in this policy, including an extensive collection of material in applied statistics, with special emphasis on biostatistics, epidemiology and biology. Also, the Mossman Collection in the Schulich Library includes considerable holdings in the history of mathematics and statistics.
There are holdings of interest in mathematics and statistics in all, or almost all, of the branch libraries.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Library has a collection of holdings on pure and applied mathematics, and on theoretical and applied statistics, operations research, and on the teaching of mathematics and statistics.
The Macdonald Campus Library has holdings in applied mathematics and in applied statistics, especially as they relate to biology, agriculture and the environment.
Collection levels - definition of the collection levels employed by McGill University Library
|03||9-10.3||Mathematical logic & foundations
(also collected by Humanities & Social Sciences Library)
|01||21-35||History & biography||4|
|68||75-76.95||Computer science; electronic data processing
(see collection policy for Computer Science)
(incl. experimental design & graph theory)
(incl. homological algebra)
Group theory & generalizations
Linear & multilinear algebra
(incl. matrix theory)
|60||273-274.76||Probability theory & stochastic processes
(see collection policy for Civil Engineering for engineering mathematics)
|62J||275||Regression & correlation
(incl. least squares)
Parametric statistical inference
(incl. statistical distribution theory)
Multivariate statistical analysis
Nonparametric statistical inference
(incl. decision theory)
Time series analysis
(incl. inference from stochastic processes)
Differential equations (ordinary & partial)
(incl. topological groups)
(incl. systems theory)
(also collected for Electrical & Computer Engineering, and for Mechanical Engineering)
(incl. optimal control)
Potential theory & harmonic functions
(incl. algebraic, combinatorial)
Convex sets, distance geometry & geometric inequalities
|70, 73||801-939||Analytic mechanics
(see collection policy for Civil Engineering for applied mechanics)
(see collection policy for Physics for descriptive & experimental mechanics)
McGill University Libraries Collection Policy, September 1994. Revised March 2008.