Ujjwal Kirti|May 20, 2022
Bennett University intoduces BA Liberal Arts programme
NEW DELHI: Bennett University, Grater Noida has launched the Bachelor of Arts programme in Liberal Arts for the academic session 2020-21. The students have ten domains to choose a major subject. These include Psychology, Philosophy, Business Studies, Marketing, Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, Economics, Political Science, English Literature and Finance. Further, each major has a specialized basket of electives, courses which have been hand-picked to help students further their knowledge and allow them to explore new areas of interest.
The BA Liberal Arts programme allows students to pace their learning, and gives them space to decide the courses of their choice. It also offers them the opportunity to do an extra one year and earn a Post- Graduate Diploma in their chosen area of study after finishing their degree.
Students can opt for courses of their choice, they can earn credits for playing physical sports or going to the gym and they don't have to decide their Major at the time of admission.
The programme has been designed to provide all-round holistic development to students; education that develops skills, improves perspectives and prepares students to deal with everyday challenges of life in a balanced and responsible manner.
An important feature of the programme is that the students do not have to choose their Major at the time of admission. Instead, they have one full year to explore their area of interest. It is only in the second year that they decide their major
The students are also exposed to a wide range of Foundation courses in the first year to broaden their knowledge and build all-round skills such as oral and writing skills, critical thinking skills and problem-solving skills.
The Bennett University programme is not limited to classroom learning alone. The students will earn credits for playing physical sports or going to the gym. They will be given classics and bestsellers from various fields to read, analyse and discuss. This will help improve their conversational skills and perspectives and challenge dogmas. They will also get an opportunity to meet and interact with some of the leading lights of the media and the industry.
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