Hi Vinayaka TK! Good question.
The math required for the program is a little advanced, but not too advanced.
Students need to know basic linear algebra (mostly just how to multiply matrices), basic calculus (integrals and derivatives of polynomial functions), basic statistics (mean, median, standard deviation) and basic physics (forces).
If you aren’t familiar with one or more of those math prerequisites, we have a list of free preparation courses on the Nanodegree homepage.
Hope you join the program!