Government College Women University Faisalabad

MS/ M. Phil Mathematics

  • Year 1 (Two Semester) Course Work
  • Year 2 (Two Semester) Research Work


Course Work
Course Code Credit Hours
MTH-  3
MTH- 3
MTH- 3
MTH- 3
Total      12
MTH- 3
MTH- 3
MTH- 3
MTH- 3
MTH-729 (Seminar) 1(0-1)
Total 13
Research Work
Semester-III & IV
MTH-730 (Special Problem) 1(0-1)
MTH-731 (Thesis) 6(0-6)
Seminar II (Synopsis Defense)  
Total 7
Total Credit Hours 32


Course  Code Title of the Course Credit Hours
MTH-701 Commutative Algebra 3(3-0)
MTH-702 Theoretical Physics (Plasma Physics) 3(3-0)
MTH-703 Advanced Functional Analysis 3(3-0)
MTH-704 Representation Theory of Symmetric Groups 3(3-0)
MTH-705 Advanced Numerical Analysis 3(3-0)
MTH-706 Fixed Point Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-707 Advanced Partial Differential Equations 3(3-0)
MTH-708 Lie Algebra 3(3-0)
MTH-709 Numerical Solutions of Ordinary Differential Equations 3(3-0)
MTH-710 Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations 3(3-0)
MTH-711 Geometric Function Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-712 Advanced Graph Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-713 Advanced Group Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-714 Approximation Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-715 Theory of Semi Groups 3(3-0)
MTH-716 Advanced Fluid Dynamics 3(3-0)
MTH-717 Acoustics 3(3-0)
MTH-718 Computational Algebra 3(3-0)
MTH-719 Integral Transforms 3(3-0)
MTH-720 Heat Transfer 3(3-0)
MTH-721 Viscous Fluid Flow 3(3-0)
MTH-722 Convex Analysis 3(3-0)
MTH-723 Inequalities Involving Convex Functions 3(3-0)
MTH-724 Perturbation Methods 3(3-0)
MTH-725 Theory of Interpolation Spaces 3(3-0)
MTH-726 Variational Inequalities and its Applications 3(3-0)
MTH-727 Integral Equations 3(3-0)
MTH-728 Theory of Majorization 3(3-0)
MTH-729 Seminar 1(0-1)
MTH-730 Special Problem 1(0-1)
MTH-731 Thesis 6(0-6)
MTH-732 Homological Algebra 3(3-0)
MTH-733 Advanced Number Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-734 Field Extensions & Galois Theory 3(3-0)
MTH-735 Linear Groups & Group Representations 3(3-0)
MTH-736 Operator Theory 3(3-0)


  • Overall minimum 24 teaching credit hours for M. Phil. program are mandatory. However, the research supervisor of students may recommend additional courses.
  • The department will offer the courses in each semester keeping in view the availability of teachers and nature of research to be conducted from the following list.