Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) - Statistics
The B. Sc. in Statistics is an extensive programme exposes students to mathematical and statistical modeling and their applications in Science, Engineering, Technology, and the Arts (SETA). The programme is research-focussed, mixing synergistically with the Liberal Arts so that as students learn about different statistical tools and techniques and continuously get to apply their learnings in a wide variety of domains.
The programme aims to attract hard-working aspirants who have the curiosity to learn new statistical tools, the ability to design research studies in a variety of domains, the ability to apply appropriate statistical tools and interpret their results, and the ability to communicate/translate these results into insights for further action. The subjects that students take include traditional branches of mathematics and statistics, such as algebra, analysis, differential equations, descriptive statistics, and inferential statistics, and also several contemporary offerings, such as operations research, stochastics, chaotics, and simulation modeling.
The programme also offers students various experiential learning opportunities such as internships in industry and academia, live research projects, social researches to positively impact the local community, contributing to and organizing seminars and conferences, all of which provide a holistic education.
Three Years (Six Semesters)
Commence of the course
Mode of Study
Pre-University/Higher Secondary/10+2 Examinations or equivalent from any recognized Board or Council in any discipline.
Obtained at least 50% marks in the subjects taken in standard 12 or equivalent.
- Have an inside track to Global Leaders’ Alliance Fellowship
- Take classes with Oxbridge/Ivy League faculty
- Exposure to a wide variety of applications of mathematical and statistical modelling in Science, Engineering, Technology, and the Arts (SETA)
- Internships in industry and academia, with live research projects
- Social research programmes to positively impact the local community
- Contributing to and organising seminars and conferences