Student Intake : 12
Eligibility : GPA of 3.00 for AM core course units and GPA of 2.67 for PM core course units
Selection Criteria : Total weighted mark obtained for AM and PM core course units taken together.
The main reason for studying Mathematics to an advanced level is that it is interesting and enjoyable. People like its challenge, its clarity, and the fact that they know when they are right. The solution of a problem has an excitement and a satisfaction. All these aspects would be found in the ‘Mathematics’ Special Degree Program.
Wide importance of Mathematics, and the way in which it is advancing at a spectacular rate is that Mathematics is about pattern and structure; it is about logical analysis, deduction, calculation within these patterns and structures. When patterns are found, often in widely different areas of science and technology, the mathematics of these patterns can be used to explain and control natural happenings and situations. Mathematics has a pervasive influence on our everyday lives, and contributes to the wealth of the country.
Our students are in the fortunate position of having a wide range of career choices. The abilities
 to use logical thought,
 to formulate a problem in a way which allows for computation and decision,
 to make deductions from assumption,
 to use advanced concepts,
are all enhanced by this ‘Mathematics’ degree program. It is for this reason that mathematicians are increasingly in demand. With this ‘Mathematics’ degree program, a graduate gets the ability to turn his hand to finance, statistics, engineering, computing, teaching or accountancy with a success not possible to other graduates. This flexibility is even more important nowadays, with the considerable uncertainty as to which areas will be the best for employment in future years.
Special Degree in Mathematics Level 3 Course Modules
Course unit  Title  Credit value  Hours  SUBJECT TYPE 

PM3050  4  60L  x 

PM3052  Real Analysis II  3  45L  x 
PM3053  Complex Analysis  4  60L  x 
PM3054  Topology I  3  45L  x 
PM3055  Topology II  3  45L  x 
PM3056  Real Analysis I  2  30L  x 
AM3002  Computer Applications in Discrete Mathematics  3  30L /30P  x 
AM3004  Mathematical Modeling in Economics and Business  3  45L  x 
AM3007  Computer Applications in Combinatorics  3  30L/30P  o 
AM3050  Mathematical Methods  3  45L  x 
AM3051  Numerical Analysis  3  45L  x 
Special Degree Mathematics Level 4 Course Modules
Course unit  Title  Credit value  Hours  SUBJECT TYPE 

PM4001  4  60L  x 

PM4002  Fields and Galois’ theory  4  60L  x 
PM4003  Measure Theory  4  60L  x 
PM4004  Real Analysis  4  60L  x 
PM4005  Topological Spaces  4  60L  o 
PM4006  Functional Analysis  4  60L  o 
PM4007  Research Project  8  240P  x 
AM4001  Discrete Optimization with Computer Application  4  60L  o 
AM4002  Quantitative Methods  4  60L  o 
AM4003  Actuarial Mathematics  4  60L  o 
AM4004  Nonlinear Programming  4  60L  o 
AM4005  Theory of Interest and Corporate Finance  4  60L  o 
AM4006  Partial Differential Equations and their Applications in Financial Derivatives  4  60P  o 
AM4008  Advanced Optimization  4  60L  o 