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BS Mathematics

Mathematics has a long history and is continuing to develop. It is a Science which provides the language and onceptual background for various branches of science. The Mathematics Department offers a wide variety of courses beginning with extension of high school and intermediate mathematics. The BS scheme of studies aims to establish the base for lifelong education by creating essential concept and equipping the student with ecessary techniques, needed to start a career of research, development, teaching of financial application involving mathematics.

Program Objective

Department of mathematics goals for the BS degree are expressed by the following core attributes we seek for BS graduates in our program:

1.Graduates will be able to approach challenging problems using a variety of mathematical problem solving skills and methods. They will be able to work with learners to encourage and effectively guide the emergence and growth of their own problem solving abilities.

2.Graduates will be skilled in communicating their mathematical thinking to peers, faculty, and others, in a variety of means. They will be able to fully participate in mathematical discourse by listening to, and respecting, the ideas of others as well as by communicating their own questions and understandings. They will seek to encourage and guide the development of mathematical communication, in this same sense, in their own classrooms.

3.Graduates will skillfully use various ways of representing mathematical ideas, including verbal, graphical, numerical, symbolic, to support and deepen mathematical understandings. They will seek to support, and build on the diversity of representations that their students find useful in their own thinking.

4.Graduates will adopt technology as an essential tool for thoughtfully teaching, learning, doing and understanding important mathematics.

Program Outcomes

After the completion of the BS Mathematics program, the students will be able to:

1.Solve problems in the areas of calculus, algebra, differential equation, probability and statistics.

2.Logical argumentation, analysis and synthesis skills through writing.

3.Communicate mathematical principles and ideas with clarity and coherence, both written and verbally, demonstrating communication skills to be used in any future career.

Duration

The program shall comprise Eight semesters spread over Four calendar years with two semesters (Fall/Spring) a year as per rules of the University of Narowal.

Admission Requirements

Minimum 50% marks at Intermediate level or equivalent

No third division in Matric

Equivalence Certificate from IBCC in case of O Level and A-Level

Assessment &Evaluation

Mid-term: 30

Sessional: 20

Final Exam: 50

Total marks: 100

Program Structure and Distribution of Courses

The program strictly follows the HEC guidelines and specifications for the Bachelors of Mathematics. Following are the distribution of total credit hours:

Sr.

Categories

No. of courses

Credit hours

 

1

Compulsory Courses

9+2

25+4=29

Minor Courses

2

General Courses

7

22

 

3

Foundation

10

30

 

4

Major Courses

13

39

Major Courses

5

Elective Courses

4

12

 

 

Total

45

132

 

Program Detail

1.Total numbers of Credit hours: 132

2.Program Duration: 4 years

3.Semester Duration: 16weeks

4.Total Semesters: 8

5.Maximum Course load per Semester: 18 Cr hrs.

6.Maximum Number of courses per semester: 6

ROAD MAP BS (Hons) Mathematics

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hrs.

 

Semester-I

 

MATH-101

Calculus-I

3(3-0)

ENG-101

Functional English

3(3-0)

ISL-101/ETH-101

Islamic Studies/ Ethics

2(2-0)

CS-105

Introduction to Computer Applications

3(2-2)

PHYS-104

Mechanics-I

3(3-0)

STAT-101

Introduction to Statistics

3(3-0)

 

Credit Hours

17

 

Semester-II

 

MATH-102

Calculus –II

3(3-0)

MATH-103

Discrete Structure

3(3-0)

ENG-102

Communication Skills

3(3-0)

 

 

 

PKS-101

Pakistan Studies

2(2-0)

 

 

 

PHYS-106

Mechanics-II

3(3-0)

CS-106

Fundamentals of Information System

3(3-0)

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

17

 

Semester-III

 

MATH-201

Calculus- III

3(3-0)

MATH-202

Number Theory

3(3-0)

MATH-203

Linear Algebra

3(3-0)

ENG-201

Technical Writing and Presentation Skills

3(3-0)

 

 

 

CS-208

Programming Language for Mathematicians

4(3-2)

QURAN-101

Quran Translation-I

2(2-0)

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

18

 

Semester-IV

 

MATH-204

Linear Algebra-I

3(3-0)

MATH-205

Vector and Tensor Analysis

3(3-0)

ENG-202

Academic Reading and Writing

3(3-0)

 

 

 

CS-207

Computational Tools for Mathematicians

3(2-2)

PHY-103

Heat and Thermodynamics

3(3-0)

QURAN-102

Quran Translation-II

2(2-0)

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

17

 

Semester-V

 

MATH-301

Real Analysis-I

3(3-0)

MATH-302

Group Theory

3(3-0)

MATH-303

Complex Analysis

3(3-0)

MATH-304

Mathematical Statistics

3(3-0)

MATH-305

Ordinary Differential Equations

3(3-0)

MATH-306

Analytical Mechanics

3(3-0)

 

Credit Hours

18

 

Semester-VI

 

MATH-307

Real Analysis-II

3(3-0)

MATH-308

Linear Algebra-II

3(3-0)

MATH-309

Research Planning and Report Writing

3(3-0)

MATH-310

Topology

3(3-0)

MATH-311

Operations Research

3(3-0)

 

Credit Hours

15

 

Semester-VII

 

MATH-401

Functional Analysis

3(3-0)

MATH-402

Numerical Analysis-I

3(3-0)

MATH-403

Partial Differential Equations

3(3-0)

MATH-407

Fluid Mechanics

3(3-0)

MATH-408

Theory of Rings and Fields

3(3-0)

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

15

 

Semester-VIII

 

MATH-404

Integral Equations

3(3-0)

MATH-405

Numerical Analysis-II

3(3-0)

MATH-406

Methods of Mathematical Physics*

3(3-0)

MATH-409

Theory of Modules

3(3-0)

 

 

 

MATH-414

General Theory of Relativity

3(3-0)

 

 

 

MATH-418

Project–I

3(0-3)

 

 

 

 

Credit Hours

15

Total Credit Hours in 8 Semesters: 132

*Methods of Mathematical Physics will be offered to those students who are not taking Project-I and those students who are taking Project-I will not study Methods of Mathematical Physics.