**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 (1^{st}/2^{nd}/3^{rd}/4^{th}).

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 **

1^{st} Semester

II semester

**Part II **

3^{rd} semester

4^{th} 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 **

**1 ^{st} semester:**

Math 101- Complex Analysis

Math 102- Functional Analysis

Math 103- Field Theory

Math 104- Differential Equations

**2 ^{nd} semester **

Math 201- Topology

Math 202- Measure and Integration

Math 203- Module theory

Math 204- Fluid Dynamics

**Part II:**

**3 ^{rd} 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 R
^{n}

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