Master of Science (M.Sc.)

A Master of Science (M.Sc.) is a postgraduate degree that takes two years to complete in specialized science subjects like Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Botany, Life Sciences, Bio-Technology, and Microbiology. The degree known as an M.Sc., or Master of Science, is intended to give students the necessary scientific understanding and to open up new and abundant prospects in several sectors.


To be eligible for admission to M.Sc. degree programs, candidates must have earned their graduation from an accredited university or other institution.
The minimal percentage a candidate must have in their bachelor’s degree varies depending on the university or college.
To be admitted to M.Sc. degree programs, candidates often need to have an overall graduating average of 50%. There is no upper age limit for enrollment in these programs.

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