MSc in Computational Mathematics

MSc in Computational Mathematics

2 years
  • Fee:NPR 420,000

Any real-world issue can be designed as a mathematical model and solved to fulfill the objectives with a solid mathematical foundation and great computing skills. The Department of Mathematics at Kathmandu University (KU) has started an interdisciplinary undergraduate program B.Sc. in Computational Mathematics as of the 2017 first semester in response to the need for highly qualified graduates with solid mathematical knowledge and computational skills to deal with complex problems arising in all sorts of disciplines such as Science, Engineering, Technology, and Medical Research, Financial & Banking institutions, and product-based industries in Nepal. Students with backgrounds in science and engineering who have finished undergraduate programs are looking for higher-level education in the nation. Many students with backgrounds in engineering or computer science and engineering have shown an interest in developing their high-level mathematics skills for their academic and professional careers. The BSc graduates who have a strong background in mathematics would like to pursue and advance their computational talents in higher-level degrees. The Department of Mathematics at KU intends to launch a two-year (four-semester) master's degree program in computational mathematics to meet the needs of the aforementioned students. With an emphasis on creating and putting into practice computing solutions, this curriculum will equip the students to hone their abilities in utilizing mathematical tools and computational skills to investigate a wide range of problems appearing in academia, industry, and technology.


  • To explore foundational mathematical knowledge, and computational skills within an interdisciplinary work environment and simulate a wide range of problems in real-life applications.


  • Must have completed their graduation from any recognized University.
  • One must have completed their graduation in any relevant stream with a minimum of 50% in aggregate score or CGPA of 2.0 or second division from recognized universities
  • Must have taken Minimum 12 Credit Mathematics Courses who were from BE / BTech streams.
  • There is no minimum age limit required for MSc Computational Mathematics.
  • Candidates may be required to qualify an entrance exam or an Interview.

Curricular Structure

Year Semester Curriculum for 2-Years Master’s Program (4 Semesters) Total Credit


I MATH 505 MATH 506 MATH 507 MATH 508 MATH 509 MATH 561 15
 II MATH 517 MATH 518 MATH 519 MATH 522 MATH 561 MATH 562 17


I MATH 523 MATH 528 COMP 622 Elective 1 Elective 2 MATH 563 16
 II Thesis 12
Total               60