#1
14th April 2018, 02:58 AM




Can I study MSc(Applied Mathematics) being a BSc(Mathematics) student?
Hello everyone, I am interested to study Applied Mathematics in my MSc. Right now I am studying BSc with Mathematics. So, I would like to know that can I study Applied Mathematics in my Master's Degree or not?

#2
15th April 2018, 04:52 PM




Re: Can I study MSc(Applied Mathematics) being a BSc(Mathematics) student?
** M.Sc. Applied Mathematics or Master of Science in Applied Mathematics is a postgraduate Mathematics course.
** The duration of Master of Science in Applied Mathematics course is two years. ** Yes, you are eligible to study M.Sc(Applied Mathematics) being a B.Sc(Mathematics) student. ** Candidate should have passed B.Sc with Physics and Chemistry, Mathematics, etc. under any registered or recognized University. 
#3
15th April 2018, 06:25 PM




Re: Can I study MSc(Applied Mathematics) being a BSc(Mathematics) student?
Yes, you are eligible to pursue M.Sc in Applied Mathematics after completing B.Sc in Mathematics.
Eligibility criteria for M.Sc (Applied Mathematics) are: Candidate must have completed B.Sc in any stream with at least 55% aggregate from any recognized university. 
#4
15th April 2018, 07:12 PM




Re: Can I study MSc(Applied Mathematics) being a BSc(Mathematics) student?
Yes you are eligible to pursue M.Sc in Applied Mathematics after completing B.Sc in Mathematics.
There is no restriction in pursuing Master’s in any other stream. 

