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**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:

- To upgrade and expose students and researchers tools needed in the development of their field of interest in Mathematics.
- To provide skills for high quality research and teaching in the field of Mathematics.
- 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.
- To prepare graduates for a PhD in Mathematics.
- To develop the student’s ability to do independent research and prepare them for more advanced studies in Mathematics.
- 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 |