MS COMPUTER SCIENCE program provides an intensive preparation in the concepts and techniques related to the design, programming and application of computing systems. The program requires students to take a broad spectrum of courses and simultaneously allows for emphasis on the desired areas of specialization. The program is based on HEC guidelines. The program comprises two years of study over at least 4 semesters. It requires completion of 30 credit hours of course work. Students are required to complete 8 courses and a thesis of an equivalent of 6 credit hour of 2 courses in order to fulfill degree requirements. Students must maintain a CGPA of 3.0 for the conferment of the degree.
MS MATHEMATICS AND MS STATISTICS (SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING) prepare students for careers in research, applications, and teaching. Students choose courses from two areas of concentration for their course work: Mathematics and Computations or Statistics and Computations. Students are required to qualify successfully for eight courses (4 compulsory and 4 electives) each of 3 credit hours duration. On successful completion of MS course work students will be allowed to work on a 6 credit hour thesis on a subject of their interest and depending on the availability of the faculty. Students will be required to qualify for Final (Comprehensive) Examination, as well as write and defend a thesis. The MS Program takes usually two years to complete and students must pass GRE/NTS exam prior to the completion of the degree.
MS ACTUARIAL SCIENCE (AS) & COMPUTATIONAL FINANCE (CF) program is for those candidates who have demonstrated high academic ability at BS level programs in the fields of Actuarial Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Physics and are interested in exploring actuarial science, risk management, financial mathematics and computing sciences in insurance and finance. The field of computational finance along with actuarial science is in demand nationally and internationally in banks, financial institutions and insurance companies.