B.Sc. (Mathematics) – ScienceSahaswi Group of Institutions
B.Sc. Mathematics is an undergraduate degree in the domain of Mathematical studies. The course aims at providing knowledge about disciplines of Maths such as Calculus, Differentiation, Integration, Linear programming, etc.
It is a 3-year professional degree course pursued by aspirants willing to make a career in the Mathematical domain and related disciplines.
B.Sc. Mathematics: Course Structure
The subjects of B.Sc. Mathematics courses are designed in such a way that they primarily focus on developing mathematical skills in algebra, calculus, and data analysis. B.Sc. Mathematics course is an amalgamation of in-depth knowledge of geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and other theories.
It also explores related topics like Computer Science and Statistics. This degree course helps students in building a good foundation base for pursuing higher studies.
B.Sc. Mathematics Eligibility Criteria
Students who want to pursue B.Sc. in Mathematics must meet the following minimum eligibility criteria:
- The student must have passed Class 12th from a recognised board.
- Mathematics must be one of the main subjects in Class 12th.
- Minimum percentage or marks expected in Class 12th may vary college/ Institute wise.
- Admission process also varies college/ university wise. Some colleges/ universities accept admission on merit- basis while others conduct entrance tests for admission in B.sc. Mathematics course.
B.Sc Mathematics Admission Process
Admission for B.Sc. Mathematics is generally done on merit- basis. Marks obtained in Class 12th are used for admission in B.Sc. Mathematics in most of the Universities/ Colleges. However, there are some colleges/ universities that conduct their own entrance test for admission like UPCATET.
Moreover, certain states conduct centralised admission processes for admission in B.Sc courses. The candidate needs to register and attend the admission process for admission for the centralised admission process.