B.Sc. CSMS (Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics) is a three year under graduate programme affiliated to Bangalore University spanning over six semesters. It follows triple major system wherein students study Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics/Electronics as major subjects. This three year programme paves way for taking up postgraduate programmes in computers science, mathematics, Statistics/ Electronics.
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.
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.
Statistics is a mathematical science pertaining to collection, classification, analysis, interpretation or explanation and presentation of numerical data. In the modern world the science of statistics is an indispensable part of every sphere of human activity and is extensively applied in framing policies and formulating decisions in a large number of diversified fields covering natural, economical physical and social sciences. This three year course includes topics on descriptive statistics, statistical inference, sampling theory, experimental design, demography, industrial statistics like statistical quality control and operations research.
Eligibility for Admission Pass in 10+2/Pre University course/Equivalent. Candidates should have studied at least two subjects from Mathematics, Computer Science, Statistics or Physics