General Information

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers two graduate programs leading to the degree of Master of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science. These are:

  1. Master of Science (M.S.) in Mathematics and Computer Science (With Thesis).
  2. Master of Science (M.S.) in Mathematics and Computer Science (Non-thesis).

Both programs have been designed to motivate students who have an interest in advanced study and to prepare them to meet the specialized personnel requirements of modern industry, commerce and education. Courses are carefully selected from different branches of Mathematics and Computer Science to provide a program as flexible as possible.


The objective of the non-thesis program is to provide courses in mathematics and computer science to graduates of arts and sciences and engineering who may already have jobs, and who aim to gain further education in Mathematics and Computer Science. Candidates who are found to be qualified for the coursework are directly accepted to the program. Others are required to complete a suplementary program in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Graduate School.