Department of Mathematics & Computer Science


Welcome to the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science

Our computer science, mathematics and statistics faculty and instructors are top of the line, with credentials to rival other universities in and outside of Canada.

We offer Bachelor of Science undergraduate degrees in Applied Statistics, Computer Science, and Mathematics. Both Master's and Doctoral levels of study are also available. Department faculty are currently working with students studying at each of these levels, many of whom are graduate students from all over the world. Learn more about our majors and minors.

Undergraduate students may have opportunities to do research projects with our faculty, using modern facilities, for hands-on experience. Several department faculty have independent research programmes supported by agencies such as NSERC and IBM Canada, and at times, there may be a collaboration with other disciplines.

During this unique time in the world, the University of Lethbridge is unable to have you on campus for a while, so please take the time to "meet" our faculty and instructors via the buttons directly below.  We think you'll see the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science offers a wide range of topics in each of our disciplines, and we're confident you will find something to appeal to your intellectual interests.

Department Highlights

INSTRUCTOR - 3 year term position (Math and Statistics)

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for a three-year Instructor term position.

The appointment will commence as early as July 01, 2021, subject to budgetary approval.

We are looking for a candidate with a proven ability to teach lower level courses in Statistics and Mathematics. The ability to teach Computer Science would be an asset. The successful candidate will have a M.Sc. in Mathematics or Statistics.

Teaching duties will include teaching classes, tutorials, and labs.




Math/Stat HELP SESSIONS (Spring 2021)

Looking for free support with your math and statistics courses?  Visit the virtual Math-Stats Help Sessions (through MS Teams) to connect with a tutor in your course area.

Tutors with various course expertise are available 12 – 9 pm MST.  Help is designated for uLethbridge students enrolled in first and second-year math and statistics classes.

For more information visit Math-Stats Help Sessions and read the instructions in the General Channel.

Service provided by the uLethbridge Department of Mathematics and the Student Success Centre.

CPSC LABS MS TEAM (Virtual) (Spring 2021)

I will host weekly live lab time in the CPSC Lab MS Team
What is this live virtual lab thing?
- It is a mostly social gathering meant to mimic working in the real lab with students from many different classes, graduate students, an instructor now and then, and perhaps the occasional professor.
- It is NOT a tutorial. It is NOT a help session, though I don't mind answering a few general questions.
- It is NOT a chance to have someone debug your code, rewrite your homework, or pitch in on your assignment.

I, or in a pinch Dame Nutquacker who may fill in for a minute or two, will be in a live group MS Teams meeting at the following time:

Tuesdays - 2:30 to 4:30 pm

I look forward to hearing how your week is going.

Nicole Wilson

CPSC HELP SESSIONS online (Spring 2021)

Free tutoring service for CPSC 1620, 1820, 2620 and 2720.

Looking for support with your computer science courses? Visit the virtual Computer Science Help Sessions (through MS Teams) to connect with a tutor for CPSC 1620, 1820, 2620 and 2720.

Tutoring is available during the following times:
•     Tuesdays 2:00-4:00 PM, tutor MacKenzie Kure
•     Wednesdays 6:00-8:00 PM, tutor MacKenzie Kure
•     Thursdays 6:00-8:00 PM, tutor Blake McLachlin

For more information, visit Computer Science Help Sessions and read the instructions in the General Channel.

Computer Science Help Sessions Teams link.

Service provided by the uLethbridge Department of Mathematics and the Student Success Centre.


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