The full form of M.Sc is Master of Science. It is a postgraduate Master’s degree awarded by universities in many countries in the discipline of Science. The course duration for the M.Sc course is 2 years. The Master of Science course is a program that is focused on theoretical, scientific and mathematical subjects with a view to discerning scientific concepts while preparing the aspirants for research prospects or for a vast spectrum of lucrative career opportunities.
Master of Science is a research-based postgraduate program. Typically, an M.Sc program has a particular area of concentration, in which the course offerings will focus on a specific topic and which will result in the student having an in-depth and comprehensive knowledge base. An M.Sc program that covers a broader base of knowledge and skills is better for the graduate who is unsure about a narrow, specific discipline. Although it eventually depends upon the particular course, a Master of Science degree usually requires the submission of a thesis.
1. Physics 2. Chemistry
3. Mathematics 4. Zoology
The eligibility criteria for a M.Sc. course specify that candidates should have completed their B.Sc. Course with respective subject that are necessary to take admission in respective course from a recognized board/university.
For Example: If a candidate needs to take admission in M.Sc. Physics then he/she shall have completed their B.Sc. with Physics as compulsory subject.
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