Future Students

Programs of Study

CMS College offers a selection of programs vast enough to cover every field of knowledge. Explore our programs offered from A to Z, and discover enriching paths that will let you extend your career while moving you toward your professional objectives.

Undergraduate Programs

The three-year undergraduate program is divided into six semesters. Each semester consists of a minimum of 90 working days (inclusive of examinations) distributed over 18 five-day academic weeks. The duration of the odd semesters will be from June to October and even semesters, from December to April. The structure of the semester courses is as follows:
Common course: Common courses include compulsory courses in English, additional Languages and general courses. Irrespective of the subject of specialization, the compulsory courses opted are common to all programmes
Core courses: Methodology courses, Courses on the subject of specialization, one elective and one project are compulsory for all students pursuing a particular programme.
Complementary courses: Courses that complement the study of the subject of specialization are compulsory for all students doing a particular programme.
Open course: All courses other than the courses in the area of specialization of the student can be included as an open course. The choice of open courses is based on the preference of students and availability of teachers.

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Post Graduate Programs

The two-year undergraduate program is divided into four semesters. Each semester consists of a minimum of 90 working days (inclusive of examinations) distributed over 18 five-day academic weeks..

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Doctoral Programs

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Botany

Plants have intrigued people for thousands of years. They provide aesthetic beauty as well as materials for our basic needs. Today our world presents new and complex problems that were never dreamed of a century ago. For instance, increasing human population is linked to environmental problems. Coupled to the need for more food is increasingly greater environmental impact.: the fields of study and range of applications of Botany are rich and varied.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Botany
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
Botany
Masters Degree 90 credits (self-financing)
4
Botany
Doctoral Degree
 
   

Biotechnology (self financing)

Plants have intrigued people for thousands of years. They provide aesthetic beauty as well as materials for our basic needs. Today our world presents new and complex problems that were never dreamed of a century ago. For instance, increasing human population is linked to environmental problems. Coupled to the need for more food is increasingly greater environmental impact.: the fields of study and range of applications of Botany are rich and varied.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Biotechnology (double main: Botany)
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits (self financing)
6
Biotechnology
Masters Degree 90 credits (self-financing)
4
   

Chemistry

We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Hearing, seeing, tasting, and touching all involve intricate series of chemical reactions and interactions in our body. Many of the changes we observe in the world around are caused by chemical reactions. Chemistry is not limited to beakers and laboratories. It is all around us.: the fields of study and range of applications of Chemistry are rich and varied.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Chemistry
Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) 120 credits
6
Pure Chemistry
Master’s Degree (MSc) 90 credits
4
Applied Chemistry
Master’s Degree (MSc) 90 credits
4
Analytical Chemistry
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
Chemistry
Doctoral Degree
 

Commerce

With the positive changing scenario around the world in the realm of economic activity, selecting Commerce as a career option is one of the best to grab. Commerce students get familiar with knowledge of business, trade, market fluctuation, basics of economics, fiscal policies, industrial policies, share market, stock markets, etc. Considering the burgeoning activity of market, talented commerce graduate are needed to make a balance in the demand and supply.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
B.Com (Computer Application)
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
 M.Com (Finance) 
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
Commerce
Doctoral Degree
 
   

Commerce (Self Financing)

With the positive changing scenario around the world in the realm of economic activity, selecting Commerce as a career option is one of the best to grab. Commerce students get familiar with knowledge of business, trade, market fluctuation, basics of economics, fiscal policies, industrial policies, share market, stock markets, etc. Considering the burgeoning activity of market, talented commerce graduate are needed to make a balance in the demand and supply.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
B.Com (Finance and Taxation)
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits (self financing)
6

 

Computer Science

Computing now pervades all aspect of modern society. A degree in computer science is a passport to an extraordinary range of opportunities.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Bachelor of Computer Application
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits (self financing)
6

Economics

With the increasing complexity of the problems facing the world today – social and economic crises, multiculturalism, globalization of trade, currency fluctuations, natural resource management, the study of economic and commerce provides invaluable analytical tools to confront the issues ahead, both nationally and internationally.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
B.A Economics
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6

M. A Economics

Master’s degree 90 credits

4

English

During an English literature degree, students scrutinize and debate a variety of texts, as well as acquiring knowledge of literary movements, periods and critical approaches that have shaped the way we view literature today. You will also develop comprehensive written and spoken communication skills, becoming adept at arguing a point, framing a narrative and analyzing various levels of meaning.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
English Literature 
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
English Language and Literature 
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
English Literature
Doctoral Degree
 

English Triple Main Self Financing

During an English literature degree, students scrutinize and debate a variety of texts, as well as acquiring knowledge of literary movements, periods and critical approaches that have shaped the way we view literature today. You will also develop comprehensive written and spoken communication skills, becoming adept at arguing a point, framing a narrative and analyzing various levels of meaning.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
English Literature, Communication
and Journalism (triple main)
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6

Family and Community Science

Family and community science is an interdisciplinary course covering a wide spectrum of subjects falling under 3 main core subjects: Nutrition, Human Development and Family Resource Management. It is a unique discipline with a blend of science and art.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Family and Community Science
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
Food Service Management & Dietetics
Masters Degree 90 credits (self financing)
4

History

History is a versatile field that accommodates various perspectives. It shed light on the multiple ways in which our world, our very reality, has transformed over time. It will explore large-scale social, cultural, and political processes by defining concrete, researchable questions.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
History
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
History
Master’s Degree 90 credits (self financing)
4

History(Self Financing)

History is a versatile field that accommodates various perspectives. It shed light on the multiple ways in which our world, our very reality, has transformed over time. It will explore large-scale social, cultural, and political processes by defining concrete, researchable questions.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
History
Master’s Degree 90 credits (self financing)
4

Malayalam

Malayalam studies encompass broad and deep study of the language, literature, history, and culture of Kerala.
The program courses reflect this intellectual diversity and thus range the fields of not only language and literature, but also social science, history, philosophy, and the respective studies of feminism, gender and film.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Vocational Malayalam
Bachelor’s 120 credits
6
Malayalam
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
Malayalam
Doctoral Degree
 

Mathematics

Mathematics is not just about crunching numbers. Mathematicians seek out patterns and use them to formulate new conjectures to resolve the truth. Mathematical reasoning can provide insight or predictions about nature and hence provide the foundations for innovations that transform every aspect of our lives.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Mathematics
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
Mathematics
Masters Degree 90 credits
4
Mathematics
Doctoral Degree
 

Physics

Physics is really the study of how the world works, and, it might be considered the most fundamental of all the sciences. The goal of physics is to develop theories that will summarize the laws of nature and lead to an understanding of why things work as they do. The basics of physics can be applied to fields such as engineering, communications, biology, and electronics. The development of technologies like lasers and semiconductors resulted from pioneering work in physics. Televisions, microwaves and digital cameras would not exist without breakthroughs in physics.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Physics
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
Physics (Electronics)
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
Applied Physics
Master’s 90 credits
6
Physics
Doctoral Degree
 

Sociology

Evolution, immigration, multiculturalism, discrimination, globalization, cooperation, inequality, casualization, growth, urbanization: the sociology provide tools to address issues faced by a society, a part of the world, or the planet as a whole, as well as a way of understanding how communities are formed.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Sociology
Master’s Degree 120 credits
6
Sociology
Doctoral Degree
 

Zoology

Zoology is the scientific study of all aspects of animals, their structure, function, ecology and evolution. You will study how animals function at the cellular, tissue, organ, and organismal levels, how they have evolved, how they contribute to biodiversity, and how they interact with each other and with their physical environment.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY SEMESTER
Zoology
Bachelor’s Degree 120 credits
6
Zoology
Master’s Degree 90 credits
4
Zoology
Doctoral Degree