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Introduction:

Mathematics is one of the important fields of study among all the Basic Sciences. The main purpose for studying mathematics, at advanced level, is as follows:-

  • To acquire skill in numerical and symbolic manipulation with application to Business and Scientific fields.
  • To apply logical thinking and quantitative thinking to problem solving in various settings.
  • To appreciate Mathematics & Statistics as creative human Endeavour.
  • To have the knowledge and skills to succeed in academic achievements with the highest standards of professionalism.
  • With excellent higher qualification and specialization, one can have career opportunities in teaching, scientific research and other professional openings.

In view of the above objectives BS (4-years) degree programme in Mathematics, equivalent to M.Sc has been started at the Minhaj University Lahore. The new system will enable the students for higher studies leading to MS degree (equivalent to M.Phil) and Ph.D Programme.

Further, we offer M.Sc Mathematics courses of study for students who have passed B.Sc (Pass) degree. It is a two years (4-semester) course. The courses of study are the same as for 3rd & 4th years of BS (4-years) Programme.

Next, we offer M.Phil Programme for Master students who have passed BS (4-years) or M.Sc.

Faculty

Sr.No Names Designation Qualification
1 Dr. Rakhshanda Anjum Chairperson Ph. D Mathematics (QAU)
2 Zafar Iqbal Lecturer M. Phil Maths (MUL)
3 M. Asim Ali Lecturer M. Phil Maths (FAST)
4 Qasim Noor Hussain Lecturer M. Phil Maths (FAST)
5 Haroon Ali Lecturer M. Phil Maths (MUL)
6 Ms. Kalsoom Chishti Lecturer M. Phil Maths (QAU)
7 Ms. Sara Ahmad Lecturer M. Phil Stats (PU)
8 Tauqeer Baig Lecturer M. Phil Stats (PU)
Under-Graduate Courses

SCHEME OF STUDIES

BS (4 YEARS) PROGRAMME IN MATHEMATICS

Semester-I

Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Eng-100 English –I 03
Isl-101 Islamic studies 02
Math-102 Mathematical Method-I 03
CS-102 Introduction to Computer 03
STAT-104 Statistics-I 03
Math-105 Calculus-I 03
Total 17

Semester II

Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
ENG-200 English–II(Communication) 03
PAK-201 Pak Studies 02
MATH-202 Mathematical Methods-II 03
MATH-203 Calculus-II 03
CS-204 Computing Tools for Mathematicians 02+01*
STAT-205 Statistics-II 03
Total 17
Semester- III
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
ENG-300 English-III (Report Writing) 03
MG-301 Human Resource Management 03
PHY-302 Physics 03
STAT-303 Probability Theory 03
MATH-304 Calculus-III 03
Total 15
Semester-IV
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
ENG-400 English-IV (Reading & Writing) 03
SOC-401 Introduction to Sociology 03
MATH-402 Introduction to Algebra 03
MATH-403 Number Theory 03
PSY-404 Introduction  to Psychology 03
MATH-405 Mechanics 03
Total 18
Semester-V
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math-500 Algebra-I 03
Math-501 Mathematical Statistics 03
Math-502 Numerical Analysis 03
Math-503 Real Analysis-I 03
Math-504 Vector & Tensor Analysis 03
Math-505 Ordinary Differential Equations 03
Total 18
Semester VI
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math-600 Algebra-II 03
Math-601 Classical Mechanics 03
Math-602 Complex Analysis 03
Math-603 Discrete Structures 03
Math-604 Real Analysis-II 03
Math-605 Partial Differential Equations 03
Total 18
Semester-VII
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors

Math-

** Elective A 1 03

Math-

** Elective A 2 03
Math-702 Mathematical Spaces 03
Math-703 Optimization Theory 03
CS-704 Programming Languages for Mathematician 02+01*
Total 15
Semester-VIII
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math- ** Elective A 3 03
Math- ** Elective A 4 03
Math-802 Modeling & Simulation 03
Math- Project / Elective B 03
Math-804 Functional Analysis 03
Total 15
Note: ** Two elective subjects to be selected from the list given below:
Code Subject Code Subject
Math-700Electromagnetism-I Math-800Electromagnetism-II
Math-701Operation Research-I Math-801Operation Research-II
Math-705Measure Theory-I Math-805Measure Theory-II
Math-706Group Theory-I Math-806Group Theory-II
Math-707Quantum Mechanics- I Math-807Quantum Mechanics-II
Math-708Theory of Splines-I Math-808Theory of Splines-II
Math-709Fluid Dynamics-I Math-809Fluid Dynamics-II

Note * given credit hours shows the Lab work.

Project / Elective paper will be selected from the following courses,

Subject to the availability of the teacher:

Math- 803 Relativity

Math- 810 Differential Geometry

Math- 811 Project

M.Sc. (2 YEARS) PROGRAMME IN MATHEMATICS

Semester-I

Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math-500 Algebra-I 03
Math-501 Mathematical Statistics 03
Math-502 Numerical Analysis 03
Math-503 Real Analysis- I 03
Math-504 Vector & Tensor Analysis 03
Math-505 Ordinary Differential Equations 03
Total 18
Semester-II
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math-600 Algebra-II 03
Math-601 Classical Mechanics 03
Math-602 Complex Analysis 03
Math-603 Discrete Structures 03
Math-604 Real Analysis-II 03
Math-605 Partial Differential Equations 03
Total 18
Semester-III
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors
Math- ** Elective A 1 03
Math- ** Elective A 2 03
Math-702 Mathematical Spaces 03
Math-703 Optimization Theory 03
CS-704 Programming Languages for Mathematician 02+01*
Total 15
Semester-IV
Course Code Subject Cr. Hors

Math-

** Elective A 3 03
Math- ** Elective A 4 03
Math-802 Modeling & Simulation 03
Math- Project / Elective B 03
Math-804 Functional Analysis 03
Total 15
Note: ** Two elective subjects to be selected from the list given below:
Course Code Subject Course Code Subject
Math-700Electromagnetism-IMath-800Electromagnetism-II
Math-701Operation Research-IMath-801Operation Research-II
Math-705Measure Theory-IMath-805Measure Theory-II
Math-706Group Theory-IMath-806Group Theory-II
Math-707Quantum Mechanics- IMath-807Quantum Mechanics-II
Math-708Theory of Splines-IMath-808Theory of Splines-II
Math-709Fluid Dynamics-IMath-809Fluid Dynamics-II

Note * given credit hours shows the Lab work.

Project / Elective paper will be selected from the following courses,

subject to the availability of the teacher:

Math- 803 Relativity

Math- 810 Differential Geometry

Math- 811 Project

COURSES OF M.PHIL (2011-ONWARD)

Students of M.Phil programme will be offered four courses in the first semester and four courses in the second semester.

Compulsory Courses

  • MATH-980-Mathematics Teaching Techniques & Research Methodology (3 credits)
  • MATH-981 GuestStudent Seminar-I (1 credits)
  • MATH-982 GuestStudent Seminar-II (1 credits)
  • MATH-983 GuestStudent Seminar –III (1 credits)
  • MATH-984 GuestStudent Seminar –IV (1 credits)

    Optional Courses

    Applied Mathematics

  • MATH -905 Differential Geometric Techniques (3 credits)
  • MATH -906 Mathematical Techniques (3 credits)
  • MATH -907 Advanced Differential Equations-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -908 Integral Equations (3 credits)
  • MATH -909 Advanced Mathematical Physics (3 credits)
  • MATH -910 Advanced Relativity-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -911 Advanced Relativity-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -912 Cosmology (3 credits)
  • MATH -913 Relativistic Astrophysics (3 credits)
  • MATH -914 Classical Field Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -915 Classical Electrodynamics-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -916 Classical Electrodynamics-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -917 Magnetohydrodynamics-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -918 Magnetohydrodynamics-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -919 Advanced Fluid Dynamics (3 credits)
  • MATH -920 Elastodynamics (3 credits)
  • MATH -921 Plasma Dynamics-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -922 Plasma Dynamics-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -923 Quantum Field Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -924 Advanced Quantum Mechanics-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -925 Advanced Quantum Mechanics-II (3 credits)

    Computational Mathematics

  • MATH -930 Topics in Numerical analysis (3 credits)
  • MATH -931 Theory of Spline Functions I (3 credits)
  • MATH -932 Theory of Spline Functions II (3 credits)
  • MATH -933 Theory of Spline Functions III (3 credits)
  • MATH -934 Subdivision Schemes (3 credits)
  • MATH -935 Approximation Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -936 Advanced Differential Equations-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -937 Graph Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -938 Experimental Design  (3 credits)
  • MATH -939 System Analysis (3 credits)

    Pure Mathematics

  • MATH -940 Advanced Group Theory-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -941 Theory of Rings -I (3 credits)
  • MATH- 942 Operator Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -943 Lie Algebra (3 credits)
  • MATH -944 Field Extensions & Galois Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -945 Advanced Group Theory-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -946 General Topology (3 credits)
  • MATH -947 Homotopy Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -948 Topological Groups (3 credits)
  • MATH -949 Homological Algebra (3 credits)
  • MATH -950 Lattice Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -951 Representation Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -952 BCK Algebra (3 credits)
  • MATH -953 BCI Algebra (3 credits)
  • MATH -954 Theory of Rings -II (3 credits)
  • MATH -955 Spectral Theory in Hilbert spaces-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -956 Spectral Theory in Hilbert spaces-II (3 credits)
  • MATH -957 Harmonic Analysis (3 credits)
  • MATH -958 Banach Algebras-I (3 credits)
  • MATH -959 Banach Algebras-II (3 credits)
  • ATH -960 Combinatorics & Measure Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -961 Advanced Number Theory (3 credits)
  • MATH -962 Combinatorics (3 credits)
  • MATH -963 Semi Group Theory
  • MATH -964 Advanced Functional Analysis (3 credits)

    M.Phil. Thesis

    MATH -990 Thesis (6 credits)