The MSc Mathematics programme at MIT-WPU is a highly applied, multidisciplinary degree that combines elements of pure and applied mathematics, statistics, and computer science. The programme provides students with a strong foundation in mathematical concepts and techniques, as well as the skills and knowledge needed to design and develop software applications.
The programme also prepares students for research roles in academia and industry, as well as for careers in fundamental research. This involves coursework in topics such as mathematical modeling, data analysis, and programming, as well as hands-on experience working on research projects or internships.
|Scholarship Name||MIT-WPU CET Score|
|Dr. Vishwanath Karad Scholarship||93 & Above|
|MIT-WPU Scholarship I||91 & Above|
|MIT-WPU Scholarship II||90 & Above|
M.Sc. Mathematics: Minimum 50% aggregate score in 3/4-year graduation or equivalent from Govt. Approved Institution in Arts / Science stream with Mathematics as a compulsory subject or B.Sc. (C.S.)/ B.Sc. (Statistics) Mathematics as a compulsory subject up-to second year OR B.E./B.Tech. (at least 45% in case of candidates of backward class categories belonging to Maharashtra State only)