Undergraduate Programs

BS Applied Mathematics (Evening Program)

BS Applied Mathematics, a four-year degree program, is designed as a flexible applied program that provides graduates with a solid educational foundation that combines mathematics, science, technical knowledge, communications, artificial intelligence, and liberal studies to prepare graduates for applied sciences and technical fields interdisciplinary-based career and graduate studies. The Department of Applied Sciences strives to produce BS-Applied mathematics graduates who:

  • Excel in technical careers and thrive in graduate studies using scientific principles and application of physical sciences
  • Work effectively in bringing multi-disciplinary ideas to diverse professional environments
  • Familiar with modern challenges and their mathematical solutions in industries
  • Improve their workplaces, communities, and society through professional and personal activities

Program Education Objectives

PEO No.

 PEO Description

PEO-1

 Apply mathematical and related knowledge to identify and address the technical and industrial problems.

PEO-2

 Enhance intellectual and analytical abilities in taking initiatives and/or develop innovative ideas for professional growth in mathematics and allied disciplines.

PEO-3

 Work effectively as a team member or lead multidisciplinary teams while demonstrating the interpersonal & management skills and ethical responsibilities.

PEO-4

 Pursue professional career in education, business & finance, industry and research institutions or continue higher education to obtain advanced degrees in mathematics or allied Disciplines.

Program Learning Outcomes 

PLO No.

PEO No.

PLO Title

PLO Description

PLO-1

PEO-1

Mathematical Knowledge

An ability to learn basics and apply basic knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals to the solution of multiplex scientific problems.

PLO-2

PEO-1

Problem Analysis

An ability to identify, formulate and investigate complex problems reaching substantiated conclusions using mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PLO-3

PEO-2

Development of Solutions

An ability to design solutions for problems and design systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PLO-4

PEO-2

Modern Tool Usage

An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO-5

PEO-3

Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of mathematical practices

PLO-6

PEO-3

Communication

An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing with the scientific community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentations, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PLO-7

PEO-4

 Project Management and Teamwork

An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply scientific principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

PLO-8

PEO-4

Life-long learning

Recognize the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for continual development as a Mathematician

1st Semester

2nd Semester

ENG-1091 Functional English 3 0 3 HU-1092 Pakistan Study 2 0 2
HU-1091 Islamic Studies 2 0 2 CSC-1071 Introduction to Computer Programming 2 1 3
STAT-1001 Introductory Statistics 3 0 3 ENG-1092 Communication and Presentation Skills 3 0 3
TE-1113 Introduction to Textiles 3 0 3 SS-1093 Introduction to Psychology  3 0 3
MA-1021 Calculus-I  3 0 3

MA-1023

Calculus-II

3 0 3
CS-1075  Introduction to Computing 2 1 3 PH-1001  Physics-I 3 0 3
Total Cr. Hrs. 16 1 17 Total Cr. Hrs. 16 1 17

3rd Semester

4th Semester

ENG-3091 Technical Writing 3 0 3 MA-2023 Affine and Euclidean Geometry  3 0 3
MA-1024 Elements of Set Theory and Mathematical Logic 3 0 3 MA-2021 Group Theory 3 0 3
MA-2022 Calculus-III 3 0 3 MA-2024  Linear Algebra-I 3 0 3
MA-1022  Software Packages 3 0 3 MA-2025 Ordinary Differential Equation 3 0 3
PH-1002 Physics-II 3 0 3 HU-3096  Foreign Language 3 0 3
CSC-2071 Object Oriented Programming 2 1 3 CSC-2077 Data Structures &Algorithm 3 0 3
Total Cr. Hrs. 17 1 18 Total Cr. Hrs. 18 0 18

5th Semester

6th Semester

MA-3021 Topology 3 0 3 MA-3026 Classical Mechanics 3 0 3
MA-3022 Differential Geometry 3 0 3 MA-3027 Partial Differential Equation 3 0 3
MA-3023 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3 MA-3028  Complex Analysis 3 0 3
MA-3024 Real Analysis-I 3 0 3 MA-3029 Function Analysis 3 0 3
MA-3025 Numerical Analysis 3 0 3 MA-3030  Real Analysis-II 3 0 3
Total Cr. Hrs. 15 0 15 Total Cr. Hrs. 15 0 15

7th Semester

8th Semester

MA-4021 Rings and Fields 3 0 3 MA-4025 Probability Theory 3 0 3
MA-4022  Number Theory 3 0 3 MA-4026  Integral Equations 3 0 3
MA-4023 Mathematical Method 3 0 3 MA-XXXX E - IV 3 0 3
MA-XXXX E-I 3 0 3 MA-XXXX E - V 3 0 3
MA-XXXX E-II 3 0 3 MA-4050 Final Year Project 2 0 2
MA-XXXX E-III 3 0 3          
Total Cr. Hrs. 18 0 18 Total Cr. Hrs. 14 0 14
Note: Quran Translation courses will be offered in each semester as per University policy.      
Total Credits for BS Applied Mathematics 132

Intermediate with mathematics or equivalent (5% DAE of total enrollment) securing at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Merit Criteria:

Marks of Matric (40% weightage)

Marks of Intermediate Part 1 (60% weightage)

Note: Applications are entertained on Intermediate Part-I basis and merit would be finalized accordingly. However, the admitted students must meet the basic eligibility criteria of the relevant degree program on the announcement of Intermediate Part-II result failing which admission will be automatically cancelled.

Test: No Test Required

Open Merit Fee - 1st Semester

Fee Heads1st Semester Fee (Rs)
Admission Fee (Once at admission) 25,000
Certificate Verification Fee (Once at admission) 2,000
University Card Fee (Once at admission) 300
University Security (Refundable) 5,000
   
Tuition Fee (Per Semester) 29,000
Library Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Examination Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Medical Fee (Per Semester) 2,000
Student Activity Fund (Per Semester) 2,000
Endowment Fund (Per Semester) 1,000
TOTAL 72,300

Note:

  • Tuition Fee will increase @ 2.5% Per Annum in Subsequent Years.
  • 1/3rd of the Tuition Fee along with Examination Fee will be charged in Summer/Extra Semester.
  • Degree Fee will be charged @5000 rupees Once in the Last Semester

Hostel Dues

ParticularsRupees
Hostel Charges (Per Semester) 25,000
Hostel Security (Refundable) 5,000
TOTAL 30,000