B.Sc Computer Science, Mathematics, Economics

Overview

Computer Sciences

Major papers in computer science include computer organization, operating systems, database management systems, data structures, software engineering, computer graphics and internet technology. The students become proficient in various programming languages like C, C++, Java, .Net etc. The students develop application projects prescribed in the syllabus during the respective semesters. They also engage in various knowledge enrichment activities.

Mathematics

Maths curriculum consists of intensive and extensive topics like Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Groups, Rings, Fields, Vector Spaces, Vector Algebra, Vector Calculus, Real Analysis, Vector Mechanics, Numerical Analysis, Complex Analysis, Calculus and Advanced Calculus etc. enabling the student to transform the mathematical interests to other intellectual endeavors.

Economics

Economics without Mathematics and Statistics has limitations in achieving what it can. B.Sc (MSE) combines the three intellectually complementary subjects that are always linked in the long run. This programme aims to render excellent and professional training combined with advanced technical and quantitative skills in Economics, Mathematics and Statistics that can be readily applied to a whole gamut of current social science issues. It provides a sound theoretical basis in Economic theory supplemented by practical applications of theories of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics. The course has an objective to cultivate an intellectual ambience that would make the students strong in logical thinking, thereby enhancing their decision making skills.

The scope of this programme is unlimited as there is an exponential increase in the demand for informed and talented graduates who can apply skill and imagination to real-world problems. Economics finds numerous applications in finance, public policy, public health, financial markets, forecasting, analysis, etc. Moreover a triple major gives one the freedom to pursue any of these for higher studies and research.

Syllabus

Flexible Choice-Based Credit System with Continuous Assessment Grading Pattern (CBCS-CAGP).

 

The college follows the prescribed syllabus of the University of Mysore which gets updated from time to time. In an effort to move towards the complete version of the CBCS-CAGP scheme as emphasised by the UGC and to provide greater autonomy, the University has permitted all the departments to run the programmes under Flexible CBCS-CAGP from 2017-18.

Eligibilty

Candidates who have passed in 10+2/Pre University Course/ Equivalent with 60 % aggregate are eligible to apply.

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