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Overview

Master of Science (MS) in Mathematics program aims to provide suitable career in many research organizations/laboratories, both government and private, maintain independent research staffs that include mathematicians. Their work often deals with the development of new technology, including research in basic physics and software development, as well as applied mathematics.

Numerical simulation, such as weather and climate forecasting, depends heavily on the use of supercomputers. At the MS level, graduate would be able to acquire skills for solving problems suggested either by mathematics or by real world questions. Foremost is the ability to break complex issues into smaller, more manageable problems, until a model is reached which can be thoroughly studied and understood.

Focus Area

  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Symmetries of Differential Equations
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Relativity
  • Group Theory and Generalizations
  • Functional Analysis
  • Complex Analysis
  • Fuzzy Algebra
  • Ring Theory and Generalizations
  • Number Theory
  • Topology

Program Description

The duration of studies for the MS Degree shall normally be not less than one and half year and not more than three years. The MS in Mathematics Program consists of 24 credit hours (courses with three credit hours each) and 6 credit hours of thesis. The students have to take courses from the following list with the prior approval of Department.

  • Hilbert Space Methods
  • Geometric Function Theory
  • Optimization Method I
  • Perturbation Method I
  • Advanced Convex Analysis
  • Fixed Point Theory and Application
  • Advanced Modern Algebra with Application
  • Numerical Solution of ODEs
  • Group Theory
  • Advanced Numerical Analysis
  • Representation Theory of Finite Groups
  • Numerical Linear Algebra
  • Fixed Extension and Galois Theory
  • Approximation Theory and Application
  • Viscous Fluid I
  • Viscous Fluid II
  • Advanced Partial Differential Equation
  • Perturbation Method II
  • Variational Inequalities and Application
  • Numerical Solution of PDEs-I
  • Integral Inequalities
  • Physical Fluid Dynamics
  • Numerical Solution of PDEs-I
  • Fluid and Thermodynamics
  • Advanced Mathematical Statistics
  • Magneto Hydrodynamics
  • Advanced Topology
  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics
  •  Spectral Methods in Fluid Dynamics

Application and admission

At CIIT the admissions into graduate progams are offered on merit. the merit is determines on the basis of the academic record, GRE/NTS-GAT score and interview.

General Eligibility Criteria 

Pre-requisite:

  • A 16 years degree in Mathematics (BS or MSc) from an accredited institution, with minimum First division (annual system) or CGPA 2.5/4.0 (semester system) and no third division (Annual system) or 'D' grade (semester system) throughout academic career. 
  • NTS GAT (General) with minimum score of 50.

Program Duration:

The duration of studies for MS degree shall normally be, not less than two years and not more than four years.

Course Work:

An MS Scholar will have to complete minimum of 30 credit hours by undertaking 24 credit hours course work from approved Scheme of Studies and 6 credit hours of MS Thesis.

 

Career prospects

More than 90 % our graduates are either appointed as lecturers in Hazara University, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, (Abbottabad, Attock and Wah Campuses), NUST, Rawalpinid, Air University, Kohat Univerisity and degree colleges or doing PhD in Pakistan or Abroad.