Ph.D in Mathematics
Master degree in relevant subjects with a minimum of 55% marks (CGPA 5.5 on a 10 point scale) or equivalent from a recognized University/Institution.
The Department of Mathematics offers 2 PhD degrees, one in Mathematics and one in Applied Mathematics
These majors consist of 2 full years of lower-division work (covering calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and multivariable calculus), followed by 8 one-semester courses including real analysis, complex analysis, abstract algebra, and linear algebra. These eight courses may include some mathematically based courses in other departments, e.g., physics, engineering, computer science, or economics.