M.Sc. Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics offers a graduate program that leads to the degree of Master of Science in Mathematics. The program features a thesis and a non-thesis options. The thesis option requires a successful completion of a thesis, and the non-thesis option requires the completion of a project. Both part-time and full-time students can be admitted to the program. Current research interests of the faculty include:

Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Integral Transforms, Fractional Calculus, Algebra (Ring Theory); Analysis (Functional Analysis, Operator Theory; Approximation Theory and Fourier Analysis), Geometry (General Topology, Differential Geometry, and Algebraic Topology), Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics, Dynamical Systems, and Control. 

To be recognized as one of the top mathematics department in the region for offering strong M.Sc. in Mathematics, and to be valued internationally as a significant contributor to the continuing graduate education in these fields.

To train students to apply and disseminate mathematical knowledge and understanding.


- Excellence

- Creativity

- Integrity and Professionalism

- Service to society