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MS/M.Phil in Mathematics


MS/M.Phil in Mathematics

 Introduction

The Master of Science in Mathematics (MS Mathematics) program is intended for students who wish to go into tertiary level Mathematics teaching or Mathematics research. This program is also for teachers who wish to upgrade their teaching proficiency in Mathematics. As for researchers, it is hoped that the curriculum can provide answers to Mathematical problems involved in science and technology. The main thrust of this program is on the theory and applications of Mathematics. GSCWU has started MS Mathematics in Fall 2016.

 

Objectives of the MS Mathematics Program

The general objective of the program is to train professional Mathematicians capable of promoting the teaching, research, application and outreach of Mathematics in Pakistan and beyond.

The specific objectives of the program are:

  1. To upgrade and expose students and researchers tools needed in the development of their field of interest in Mathematics.
  2. To provide skills for high quality research and teaching in the field of Mathematics.
  3. To produce a critical mass of persons with a solid mathematical base that they can use to popularize and meet the challenges of mathematical applications to the industry and society.
  4. To prepare graduates for a PhD in Mathematics.
  5. To develop the student’s ability to do independent research and prepare them for more advanced studies in Mathematics.
  6. To provide advanced training and preparation for professional careers as mathematicians, mathematics teachers, and those employed in engineering, scientific and business fields.

 

Curriculum

The normal duration of this program will be 24 months spread over 04 semesters. Two semesters for coursework of minimum 08 courses and two semesters for research work.

Paper Code

Paper Name

Credit Hours

MATH-501

Theory of Group Actions

03

MATH-502

Semi group Theory

03

MATH-503

Applied Linear Algebra-I

03

MATH-504

Fixed Point Theory

03

MATH-505

Theory of Semirings

03

MATH-506

Viscous Fluid Flow

03

MATH-507

Magneto Hydrodynamics-I

03

MATH-508

Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics

03

MATH-509

Numerical Solutions of Non-Linear System of Equations and Ordinary Differential Equations

03

MATH-510

Computer Aided Geometric Design-I

03

MATH-511

Advanced Operations Research-I

03

MATH-512

Topics in Variational and Quasivariational Inequalities-I

03

MATH-513

Elector hydrodynamics

03

MATH-514

Computer Graphics

03

MATH-515

Algebraic Coding Theory

03

MATH-516

Finite Element Methods

03

MATH-517

Theory of Splines-I

03

MATH-525

Fuzzy Algebra

03

MATH-526

Advanced Ring Theory

03

MATH-527

Theory of Group Graphs

03

MATH-528

Strict Convexity

03

MATH-529

Applied Linear Algebra-II

03

MATH-530

Magneto Hydrodynamics-II

03

MATH-531

Numerical Solution of Integral Equations

03

MATH-532

Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations

03

MATH-533

Compressible Fluid Flow

03

MATH-534

Advanced Analytical Dynamics

03

MATH-535

Perturbation Analysis

03

MATH-536

Computer Aided Geometric Design-II

03

MATH-537

Topics in Variational and Quasivariational Inequalities-II

03

MATH-538

Integral Transforms

03

MATH-539

Lie Algebra

03

MATH-540

Theory of Splines-II

03