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MS Mathematics

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Mathematics has become one of the main focused research area in Pakistan and around the world as well. Due to applications and usefulness in basic sciences and other disciplines, there is a growing demand of applied mathematicians in public and private sectors, research organizations and industries. We hope the graduates will play a vital role by serving as well trained mathematician, system analyst and optimization analysts and other mathematics related jobs. MS program prepares the students with best all-inclusive skills and knowledge they need to pursue the best career option in the most dynamic areas of modern science and technology. This program practice the students to understand the mathematical problem lying in the daily life system, model it and then solve it by using analytic and numerical technique. During the last few decades, the Mathematics has become the focal and grooming research area due to the exponential growth of science and technology all over the world and growing demand of professionals and researchers.

Program Structure

  • Duration: 2 Year
  • Semesters: 4
  • Description of Courses (Core Courses & Elective Courses)
    • Core Courses: 12 CH’s
    • Elective Courses: 12 CH’s
  • Thesis Credit hours: 6
  • Total Credit Hours: Minimum 30

Admission Requirements

  • No third Division in academic career
  • GAT General / NTS (min 50% score) or alternative examination stipulated by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan
  • 16 years of education in relevant discipline with minimum 2.5/4 CGPA + GAT 50%
  • Interview 


Credit hours

Credit hours of the program are 30. Coursework comprises of 24 credit hours and research 6 credit hours.

Core Courses

Course Code



Advanced Fluid Dynamics - I


Advanced Algebra - I


Topics in Numerical Analysis - I


Advace Functional Analysis - I

 Special Elective Courses

  • Advanced Number Theory
  • Topics in Differential Equation I
  • Topics in Differential Equation II
  • Advanced Fluid Dynamics II
  • Advanced Topics in Numerical Analysis II
  • Advanced Group Theory I
  • Advanced Group Theory II
  • Numerical Functional Analysis with Scientific Computation
  • Symmetry Analysis of Difference Equations and Applications
  • Applied Partial Differential Equations
  • Difference Methods for Partial Differential Equations
  • Computer Graphics
  • Advances in Graph Theory
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Theory of Relativity
  • Applied Linear Algebra
  • Simulation and Modeling
  • Fuzzy Logics & Its Applications
  • Mathematical Cryptography
  • Advance Geometry
  • General Relativity

Research Work

  • Thesis

All applications are evaluated on the basis of merit as determined by the applicant's previous academic record and performance in the interview.

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