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About Department
Department of Mathematics at NUST School of Natural Sciences is currently offering the following programs in Mathematics: 
1. Postgraduate Programs
             a. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
             b. Master of Science (MS)
2. Undergraduate Program
             a. Bachelor of Science (BS)  
The main theme of the programs is to train students in various fields of Mathematics for their better understanding of Mathematics which leads to lifelong successful careers.
To get admission in any of these programs, please visit:

To know the eligibility criteria, fee structure, duration of the program and admission process etc. For any general queries, you may write to 

For queries related to Mathematics, you may write to

The MPhil/PhD Mathematics programs were started in 2004, whereas MPhil program was converted to MS in 2011. An MS is a two year degree program which comprises of both course work and thesis. The 24 credit hours course work of the program is designed keeping in view the international standards, HEC guidelines and the national requirements. The thesis carries research work worth 6 credit hours. After graduation, the interested students get admissions in foreign and local universities easily which is an indicator of the fact that our degrees meet the international standards. MS and PhD course curriculum can be found here and here, respectively.

BS Mathematics program was started in 2010 which is a four year program in-line with the requirements of the Higher Education Commission for award of degree. The course work of BS Mathematics is designed according to the vision of NUST (See Vision and Mission of NUST) and guidelines of the Higher Education Commission. The description of the course curriculum for eight semesters and course outlines can be found here.pdfhere.pdf. The program envisages the uplifting of the standards of higher education in mathematics in Pakistan and is in pace with fast growing technological revolution. The courses included in this program are a fine blend of core, pure and applied mathematics.

General information about admissions to BS/MS/PhD can be found on:​