New Student Information

Tution

Please contact student accounts for up to date information regarding tuition and fees.

Math Workshop

The Department offers a three week Math Workshop that is designed to ensure that new students have the mathematical tools needed for the Master’s courses. It covers topics such as single and multi-variable calculus; linear algebra; unconstrained, constrained and dynamic optimization. No registration is required but all incoming MA are expected to attend and MDE are encouraged to attend the Workshop. The topics covered by the workshop wil lbe examined in the MA theory courses and will provided a useful background for MDE theory courses.

Fall 2018 Math workshop syllabus

Courses Offered and Registration

Graduate students can register online usually beginning sometime in March at http://www.dal.ca/online and must register for the course #REGN 9999, section 1.  The CRN numbers for the 2018-19 academic year are CRN 12412  (Fall), CRN 22224 (Winter), and CRN to be announced (Summer).  Students will select specific courses after arrival on campus and in consultation with the graduate coordinator.  Up-to-date information on registration can be found here: https://www.dal.ca/faculty/gradstudies/currentstudents/registration.html

          

Funding

The University and Department offer, on a competitive basis, a limited number of scholarships, teaching assistantships, and research assistantships. Students are encouraged to submit their admission applications by January 31st to be nominated by the Department for these awards. All students are automatically considered for Dalhousie financial awards, so no special scholarship application process is required.  In addition, students are encouraged to pursue other sources of funding outside Dalhousie. Obtaining application forms, etc. for such external awards is the responsibility of the student applying for the award.

Additional Resources at Dalhousie

1. Housing

Students should be aware that it is difficult to find housing if you arrive on campus after classes start.  

2. Accessibility Services

The Student Accessibility Centre is the Halifax Campus centre of expertise on student access, inclusion, and accommodation support. 

3. Food Services Dalhousie University strives to offer something for everyone through a variety of retail outlets, dining halls, and professional catering services on the Halifax campus

4. Campus Wellness 

Dalhousie provides health & wellness support to students through an interprofessional collaborative model and stepped care approach to wellness.

5. Athletics Recreation