Graduates with the mathematics, Faculty of Science programme, will have appreciation and knowledge of the breadth and depth of mathematics, including the connections between different areas of mathematics, and between mathematics and other disciplines. They will be prepared for immediate participation in the workforce or for graduate study.
- Sr. No. Category Cr. Hrs.
- 2General 21
- 3 Foundation 33
- 4Major 34
- 5Elective 12
Year 1, Semester 1Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT1304Calculus IFoundation4
- 2MT1403Elements of Set Theory and Mathematical LogicCompulsory3
- 3MTHU1003Functional EnglishCompulsory3
- 4MTHU1013Elective IIIIslamic Studies/Ethics3
- 5MTCS1003Introduction to ComputerCompulsory3
- 7MT1701Lab (Mechanics)General1
Year 1, Semester 2Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT1313Calculus IIFoundation3
- 2MTHU1023Communication SkillsCompulsory3
- 3MTHU1033Pakistan StudiesCompulsory3
- 4MTCS1013Computer ProgrammingGeneral3
- 5MTCS1003Introduction to ComputerGeneral3
- 6MTPY1002Waves and OscillationGeneral2
- 7MTPY1001Lab-Waves and OscillationGeneral1
Year 2, Semester 3Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MTHU2053Technical Writing and Presentation SkillsCompulsory3
- 2MT2203Algebra I (Group Theory)Foundation3
- 3MT2324Calculus IIIFoundation4
- 4MTHU2043Introduction to PsychologyGeneral3
- 5MTCS2023Software PackagesGeneral3
Year 2, Semester 4Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT2333Affine and Euclidean GeometryFoundation3
- 2MT2214Linear AlgebraFoundation4
- 3MTHU2063Introduction to SociologyGeneral3
- 4MT2343Discrete MathematicsCompulsory3
- 5MTEL2003Foreign Language (Chinese)Compulsory3
Year 3, Semester 5Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 2MT3503Differential Geometry & Tensor AnalysisMajor3
- 3MT3603Real Analysis IMajor3
- 4MT3513Ordinary Differential EquationsFoundation3
- 5MT3223Algebra II (Rings and Fields)Foundation3
Year 3, Semester 6Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT3613Complex AnalysisFoundation3
- 2MT3713Classical Mechanics (MATH)Major3
- 3MT3523Partial Differential EquationsMajor3
- 4MT3623Functional AnalysisMajor3
- 5MT3633Real Analysis IIMajor3
Year 4, Semester 7Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT4644Numerical AnalysisMajor4
- 2MT4413Number TheoryMajor3
- 3MT4013Mathematical MethodsMajor3
- 4MT4xx3Elective IElective3
- 5MT4xx3Elective IIElective3
Year 4, Semester 8Sr. No. Course Code Course Title Category Cr. Hrs.
- 1MT4113Probability TheoryMajor3
- 2MT4533Integral EquationsFoundation3
- 3MT4xx3Elective IIIElective3
- 4MT4xx3Elective IVElective3
Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, and change. Those who study Mathematics are known as Mathematicians. They use variables, products, quantities, and sequences to study number theory and do mathematical analysis.A mathematician must have an analytical mindset to distinguish various patterns, develop research models, and assess demographic trends. Have technical skills when using technology, such as data scanners and graphing calculators. If you create such abilities within yourself, many opportunities are waiting for you. There are vast applications of Mathematics in our daily life, such as from budget management to making computer graphics. Even measuring food recipes for planning haircuts and making sense of medical scans, all involve calculating, evaluating, order, and relation. Mathematicians are detail-oriented when they do quantitative reasoning and apply theory to real-world situations.You can specialize in Economics and Mathematics or Statistics and Mathematics to get a job in business, finance, and accounting services.At present, there is a huge demand for mathematicians in the government and private districts due to increasing technological advances and education awareness.Because of the wide application of Mathematics in various fields, many oil and nuclear industries, operational research companies, engineering, and pharmaceutical companies employ mathematicians.The fields of space science and astronomy also employ mathematicians along with IT and insurance agents. If you are good at coding and decoding, encryption, and computer skills, there are opportunities in cybersecurity areas. You can work as a cryptographer or a data security analyst. As a mathematician, you can also work in an educational institution as a postsecondary teacher.
BS Mathematics (4 yrs, 8 semesters)
- Sr. No. COURSE NAME ADMISSION FEE FEE PER CREDIT HOUR Total No. Of Credit Hours Total Fee
- 1BS Mathematics25,00058,001317,84,800