in Computational Mathematics and Economics
BS in Computational Mathematics and Economics
This BS program (4 years duration) is conceptualized and designed for students who are interested in acquiring knowledge in Economics with emphasis on quantitative analysis, economic research and analysis, mathematical and statistical techniques, financial models, and computational skills.
In the program, students will learn to make use of mathematics, statistics, and computers to models economic and financial market activities, analyze and arrive at appropriate decisions, and make economy forecasts. With strong mathematical and computational skills, students will have the choice of getting specialized in their area of interest such as Econometrics, Applied Economics, Game Theory approach in Economics, etc.
Graduates of this 4-year study in Computational Mathematics and Economics, will have career opportunities in financial and commercial institutions, banks, investment agencies, insurance companies, public sectors, consulting firms, Government organizations and many such sectors requiring economic research and analysis. Their strong fundamentals in Mathematics, Statistics, and Economics will also help them in pursuing higher studies and research in Mathematics, Economics and allied areas.
- Qualification: Pass in PUC / 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subject along with at least one of the Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Computer Science / Electronics / Technical Vocational subjects and obtained minimum 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together of any Board recognized by the respective State Government / Central Government / Union Territories or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.
Course Duration: 8 Semester (4 years)
|Application Round||Opening Date of Application||Closing Date of Application||ASP|
|Priority Application Round 1||1st Dec 2016||28th Feb 2017||21st April 2017|
|Indian / SAARC Nationals
|BS in Computational Mathematics and Economics||500||1000||50|