Toward a new joint bachelor’s degree
Université de Sherbrooke and Bishop’s University
The mathematics departments at both universities are exploring alignment possibilities that would make their courses available to students from the other university on an optional basis. This means interested students would have access to common or complementary courses in their second language.
This first step requires adjustments to both programs that may lead to the creation of a joint bachelor’s degree. Ultimately, the arrangement would expand the offer of courses available to future mathematics students, who could study in two languages.
Tomasz Kaczynski, Mathematics Department Chair, Université de Sherbrooke
Brad Willms, Mathematics Department Chair, Bishop’s University
This project has received $10,000 in financial support from PRESE under its winter 2019 funding competition.