NCWEB MA/M.Sc Mathematics Part I II (1st/3rd 2nd/4th SEM) Syllabus 2015


NCWEB MA/M.Sc Mathematics Part I II (1st/3rd 2nd/4th SEM) Syllabus 2015:

The Non collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB) has offered various programs and among of them one is MA/M.Sc Mathematics.

NCWEB DU M.A M.Sc Mathematics Part 1 2 Syllabus 2015

The Non collegiate women’s education board (NCWEB), MA/M.Sc Mathematics is a 2 year degree program. In this article we have given the complete syllabus of NCWEB MA/M.Sc Mathematics part I and II (1st/2nd/3rd/4th).

The students may get their syllabus from here of all semesters. The MA/M.Sc Mathematics is divided in two parts each part consists of two semesters.

Part I

1st Semester

II semester

Part II

3rd semester

4th semester

Mostly the admission seeking candidates are looking for syllabus to familiar with the course, so they can get the brief details of course from here.

Part I

1st semester:

Math 101- Complex Analysis

Math 102- Functional Analysis

Math 103- Field Theory

Math 104- Differential Equations

2nd semester

Math 201- Topology

Math 202- Measure and Integration

Math 203- Module theory

Math 204- Fluid Dynamics

Part II:

3rd semester  

Math 301: Any course out of the following:

  • Advance Complex Analysis
  • General Measure theory
  • General Topology

Math 302: Any course out of the following

  • Fourier Analysis
  • Matrix Analysis
  • Theory of Operators
  • Compositional methods for ordinary differential equations

Math 303: Any course out of the following:

  • Introduction to Algebraic Topology
  • Advanced group theory
  • Representation of Finite groups
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

Math 304: Any course of out of the following:

  • Coding theory
  • Mathematical Programming
  • Graph Theory
  • Methods of Applied Mathematics

Part II

Semester IV

 Math 401: Any course out of the following:

  • Differential Equation
  • Commutative Algebra
  • Calculus on Rn

Math 402: Any course out of the following:

  • Abstract Harmonic Analysis
  • Advanced Functional Analysis
  • Theory of Frames
  • Operators on Hardy-Hilbert Space
  • Computational Methods for partial differential equation

Math 403: Any course out of the following:

  • Homology Theory
  • Theory of Non- commutative Rings
  • Algebraic Number Theory
  • Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Math 404: Any course out of the following:

  • Advanced coding theory
  • Optimization Techniques and control Theory
  • Cryptography

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