BS Mathematics

Introduction

The BS Mathematics (4 years) program aims at producing undergraduate students in Mathematics who can fulfill the needs of our schools and college education and pursue their higher studies in Mathematics. The entrance requirement of the B.S. Mathematics (4 years) program is HSC or equivalent. B.S. Mathematics (4 years) is a 135 credit hours (15-18 credit hours per semester) program of studies spread over eight semesters.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

After graduation our students will be able to:

PEO-I

Get admission in an institute/university for pursuing their studies for M.Phil. degree.

PEO-II

Identify and solve mathematical problems using their subject knowledge and relevant techniques.

PEO-III

Enhance their intellectual capabilities by taking initiatives for their professional growth in Mathematics and allied disciplines.

PEO-IV

Work hard as an individual or as a team member while demonstrating interpersonal skills and high ethical values.

PEO-V

Pursue professional career in Education, Business and Finance, Govt. Departments as well as Private organizations and will be able to elevate themselves to middle level management within ten years.

PEO-VI

Communicate effectively with their colleagues, seniors and society.

Programs Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

Our BS Mathematics program has the following PLOs:

PLO-I

The students will have the ability to learn basics of mathematics and apply its knowledge to the solutions of problems of mathematics and related areas.

PLO-II

The students will have the ability to identify and analyze mathematical problems in Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Engineering areas.

PLO-III

The students will have the ability to find appropriate methods, techniques and appropriate software for solutions of mathematical problems.

PLO-IV

The students will apply ethical principles and shall commit to high ethical values and norms with mathematical community and society.

PLO-V

The students will have the ability to work individually as well as a member of team.

PLO-VI

The students will have the ability to pursue higher studies for M.Phil. degree.

PLO-VII

The students will have the ability to communicate effectively mathematical ideas and presentations with their own community as well as society.

PLO-VIII

The students will have the ability to engage himself in lifelong learning in the context of latest advancement in their subject.

Eligibility Criteria

Intermediate or equivalent with at least 2nd division.

 

Career Prospects

Lecturer at Colleges

Subject Specialist in School Education

Trained Graduate Teacher at Directorate of Federal Government Educational Institutions

Forensic Scientist at Punjab Forensic Science Agency, Lahore

Research Officer at Planning and Development departments

Senior Auditor at Department

Investment analyst

Budget Analyst

Accountant

Stockbroker

Data Scientist

Astronaut

 

Accreditations

B.S. Mathematics (4 years) program is recognized by HEC Pakistan.

 

Scheme of Studies for BS Mathematics Program

Total Credit Hours = 130

English I (Functional English) Introduction to Computers Physics-I (Mechanics)
Pakistan studies Calculus-I English II (Composition-I)
Islamic studies Physics-II (Electricity & Magnetism) Calculus-II
Computer Programming Elements of Set Theory & Mathematical Logic English III (Communication Skills for Mathematicians)
Foreign Language Modern Physics and Electronics Calculus-III
Computer Tools for Mathematics Number Theory Human Psychology
Mathematical Statistics-I Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics Elements of Differential Equations
Discrete Structures Introduction to Linear Algebra Real Analysis-I
Modern Algebra-I Ordinary Differential Equations(ODE) Vector and Tensor Analysis
Complex Analysis Real Analysis-II Modern Algebra-II
Set Topology Partial Differential Equation(PDE) Differential Geometry
Classical Mechanics Functional Analysis I Numerical Analysis-I
Probability Theory Elective-I Elective-II
Mathematical Methods-I Integral Equations Numerical Analysis-II
Mathematical Statistics-II Elective-III Elective-IV