Course Overview
M.Sc. Mathematics or Master of Science in Mathematics is a postgraduate Mathematics course. Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. Mathematicians seek out patterns and formulate new conjectures which resolve the truth or falsity of conjectures by mathematical proofs. The duration of M.Sc. in Mathematics is mostly of two academic years. Mathematicians seek out patterns and formulate new conjectures which resolve the truth or falsity of conjectures by cimathematical proofs. M.Sc. is a postgraduate degree for students who want to become more skilled or specialized in a particular discipline. An M.Sc. in mathematics gives students who want to work in science, engineering ,or computing a solid core education .A post graduate degree in advanced math courses math makes job seekers more attractive to hiring managers in the fields of business and finance who look for the kind of problem solving and analytical skills that are taught in advanced math courses.
Core Modules
DSCW has had a meritorious history of producing eminent and gifted women before and after partition who have made a distinct and prominent mark in their respective fields.
Semester I (November/December)
1.

MATH601S

Real Analysis I

2.

MATH602S

Algebra I

3.

MATH603S

Differential Equations

4.

MATH604S

Complex Analysis I

5.

MATH605S

Number Theory I

Semester II (April/May)
1.

MATH621S

Real Analysis II

2.

MATH622S

Algebra II

3.

MATH623S

Vector Analysis and Mechanics

4.

MATH624S

Complex Analysis II

5.

MATH625S

Number Theory II

Semester III (November/December)
1.

MATH617S

Field Theory (Compulsory Course)

2.

MATH618S

Topology (Compulsory Course)

3.

MATH661S

Probability and Mathematical Statistics I

4.

MATH672S

Computational Techniques I

5.

MATH673S

Differential Geometry I

6.

MATH674S

Elasticity I

7.

MATH675S

Special Functions

8.

MATH676S

Fluid Mechanics I

9.

MATH678S

Linear Programming 2

Semester IV (April/May)
1.

MATH637S

Linear Algebra (Compulsory Course)

2.

MATH638S

Functional Analysis (Compulsory Course)

3.

MATH681S

Probability and Mathematical Statistics II

4.

MATH692S

Computational Techniques II

5.

MATH693S

Differential Geometry II

6.

MATH694S

Elasticity II

7.

MATH695S

Integral Transforms and their Applications

8.

MATH696S

Fluid Mechanics II

9.

MATH698S

Non Linear Programming

