B.Sc. (Hon.) Mathematics

Course Overview

B.Sc. (Hon.) Mathematics is an undergraduate three year degree problem. The basic objective of B.Sc. (Hon.) Mathematics at Eternal University is to provides the deep knowledge about trigonometry, geometry, calculus, Ring theory, Linear algebra and numerous other theories in Mathematics or respective disciplines, for example statistics additionally to study of the normal Bachelor of Science subjects such as Physics and Chemistry. The students taught during this programme help the deep knowledge in the area of Mathematics. The aims of this programme are to provide a broad and comprehensive knowledge of core areas of pure and applied mathematics in a supportive teaching environment. Stimulate an interest in all aspects of modern mathematics. Prepare students for work as professional mathematicians either in academia or elsewhere, develop an appreciation of the importance of mathematics in research.


B.Sc. (Hon.) Mathematics


3 Years




10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or equivalent with 50% marks

Future Prospects

The degree programme in B.Sc. (Hon.) Mathematics is one of the most jobs oriented undergraduate three year degree course. As it has a vast area of specializations so that after completion of the degree, students can grab career opportunities in following position candidates can go for post-graduation in Mathematics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Astronomy, Actuarial Science, MCA/MBA/CA/CS and in some other fields. Candidates in this field are employed in colleges, schools, and government and private organizations and also in various industries. Candidates can also go for banking jobs both on government or private basis for example bank P.O.s. Other places where their degree credited are business service banking, accountancy, investment, insurance government as well as public administrations. Candidates can work as teachers in schools and colleges and can run their own coaching centres. Numerous mathematicians are employed in government sectors and in industries, for example, commercial surveys, research operations, and numerical analysis. Government departments engaged in space research (the Indian Space Research Organisation, or ISRO), defence research (Defence Research and Development Organisation, or DRDO), aeronautical research (National Aeronautics Limited, or NAL), all employ mathematicians to solve their special problems.

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