The common regulations for all Postgraduate Diploma programmes in the University shall apply.
The general regulations for all Postgraduate Diploma programmes in the Faculty of Science and in the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics shall apply. In particular sections 4,6 and 8 on examinations and section 9 on awards in the faculty regulations apply.
The following shall be eligible for registration for the Postgraduate Diploma in Pure Mathematics
A holder of a Bachelors degree with at least Lower Second Class Honours, having studied Mathematics as a single subject or as a major of two subjects studied at the degree level at JKUAT or at any other University recognized by the Senate.
A holder of a quantitative degree, not necessarily in Mathematics, with at least Lower Second Class Honours, from JKUAT or any other University recognized by the Senate, but with relevant work experience in Mathematics. However, if an applicant’s background in Mathematics is insufficient, satisfactory audit of some undergraduate units as advised by the Department will be required.
Duration of the Programmes
The duration of the programme for Postgraduate Diploma in Pure Mathematics shall normally extend over a period of twelve (12) months and no more than eighteen (18) months from the first date of registration.
CORE UNITS (Each course is ONE (1) unit, unless otherwise stated)
SMA 3100 Theory of Itegration
SMA 3102 Functional Analysis
SMA 3106 Complex Analysis 1
SMA 3108 Group Theory 1
SMA 3178 Project in Pure Mathematics (2 units)
ELECTIVE UNITS (Each course is ONE (1) unit, unless otherwise stated)
SMA 3101 Theory of Itegration
SMA 3103 Functional Analysis 11
SMA 3104 Differential Topology 1
SMA 3105 Differential Topology 11
SMA 3111 Agebraic Geometry
SMA 3112 Non Commutative Ring Theory
SMA 3110 Quadratic forms
SMA 3115 Application of Linear Agebra
SMA 3131 Ordinary Differential Equations
SMA 3113 Homological Agebra