About the Programme
The minimum period required for the (six credit) Bachelor of Science degree programme which first commenced in 1984/85, is three academic years.
Aims and Objectives
The Programme leading to the award of the Bachelor of Science Degree is designed :
1. to enable particularly those in middle level employment in scientific fields to
2. to facilitate late developers to come back into the mainstream of formal
3. to enable those who, for economic or other reasons, were unable to avail
4. to enable any person to pursue a degree course in Science in their own time
5. to widen students' horizons through the compulsory non-science courses at
6. to allow students to combine courses within and outside the Science Faculty to
7. to contribute towards raising the general educational standards of the people.
Students are required to offer, at Level 3, six compulsory courses (of one-sixthredit rating each) adding up to a total of 1 credit. The balance 1 credit at Level 3 comprises of basic science courses in any three disciplines (of one-third credit each) open by the student. However, students will not be permitted to select more than two of the three disciplines Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.
Courses are offered at,