From basic Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and Psychology to IT skills, group, and individual projects, and academic research, the AUFP includes all the fundamental principles and understanding that students require. In Semester 2, students get the opportunity to choose between technical and non-technical streams of subjects. Students need to earn 36 credits over the course of one year, with a CGPA of 5 in order to complete this Foundation Programme.
Communication is key in today’s multi-cultural world. The English Enhancement Programme (EEP) can help students with both communication in social situations and the proficiency they need to keep up within a classroom or a workplace.
This comprehensive 2-year program covers a range of introductory courses designed to give students a complete overview of all areas of psychology and its concepts. Students are then given the opportunity to choose their own electives based on areas of interest. Cognition, development, personality, industrial and social psychology are just some of the popular choices.
A vast majority of courses are dependent on interest and are regularly revised in order to incorporate the latest developments in psychology. Throughout the course, you will gain practical experience, and learn how to devise and run your own experiments. During the final year, you will carry out an original piece of research on a topic of your choice, with the opportunity to present their work at regional conferences.
The program includes core courses of sectoral/functional areas, Non-Teaching Credit Courses (NTCC) of sectoral/functional areas, university core courses, and university elective courses arranged semester-wise. The importance of each course is defined in terms of credits attached to it. The credit module attached to each course has been further subdivided in terms of contact hours i.e., Lecture hours (L), Tutorial hours (T), and Practical hours (P).
The Bachelor of Arts (Tourism Administration) course at Amity University blends both theoretical knowledge and practical experiences with industry interfaces including guest lectures, workshops, and international trips.
This programme will provide a learning platform for the students to learn the technical and operative skills required by the hospitality industry. During the programme, the student will learn the technical skills of the core operation of hospitality like Front Office, Food Production, Accommodation Operation and F & B Service along with general management skills. During the programme, students will learn through hands-on experience, on the job training and research. Students will also undergo one semester for industrial training where they will get industrial exposure.
The Bachelors in Film and Television Production program is designed to give you all the relevant skills in the production of film and television artifacts, encompassing the technical and academic sides of production.
This is a vibrant, practical course that allows you to develop your creativity in whichever area you wish to specialize in. With resources and facilities that allow you to experience most of the production contexts in which you will work.
The program outcomes are designed to enable students to meet the challenges of employment (including self-employment) in a society in which cultural and communications industries play an increasingly central role. Additionally, the program emphasizes that employability requires the development of students’ creative, intellectual, analytical, and research skills.
Aspirants who have a passion for media learning are selected. The course provides basic studies and knowledge about the media industry. Specialized subjects in Journalism (print, TV, design, and web), public relations, event management, films, photography through the three years of the course provide theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience to the students, thus making them industry-ready.
The course structure has been designed to give a simple and easy understanding of all the aspects of mass communication. Starting from the history and concluding with internships, hence providing all access and support to all students, in all subjects and finally being able to decide their field of interest. The students will be required to obtain the required CGPA, to complete the course.
In today’s fast changing contemporary world there is an ever-growing demand for professionals with this qualification. The B.Des graduate will be spoilt for employment opportunities in the rapidly expanding list of designer and luxury labels, retail companies in the ready-to-wear industry, and the much-needed area of sustainable and ethical apparel products.
This programme develops students’ ability to generate unique concepts and ideas, train them with skills to express these ideas, equip them with vocational abilities to create finished products through pattern development trails and garment construction.
Students will also have a well-rounded understanding of roles, opportunities and dimensions within the fashion industry like styling, photography, journalism, visual merchandising, fashion marketing, e-commerce, blogging and runway events.
A strong emphasis is placed on the use of emerging technology and software in design fields, as all students are expected to successfully complete courses in computer applications in the fashion industry.
Students will also participate in an internship, as it forms a vital part of the completion requirements for the B.Des Fashion Design degree. Ultimately, students receive real-world experience to launch them into successful careers.
The BA(Hons) Applied Psychology Programme at Collage offers a broad and self-contained introduction which covers the basic principles of learning, biological bases of behaviour, thinking, memory, personality, social influences on behaviour (Social Psychology), and changes in behaviour throughout the lifespan (Developmental Psychology) and social Gerontology and Health.
The range of classes provides a greater understanding of human development and interaction, cognitive processes, individual differences and biological influences on behaviour. An experimental approach is common to all classes and research and statistical methods are studied in their own right. A variety of optional classes is offered, in which the students study an area of psychology in greater depth.
The five-year integrated program prepares students with the syllabus mentioned in BCI Rules together with specialization of domain electives so as to equip them to appear before courts and tribunals and perform other essential roles of law professionals.
The program structure is framed to bridge a crucial gap and creates synergies by bringing management and law together. Important skills such as research, critical analysis, and synthesis of complex ideas are developed throughout the course by way of self-work, outdoor activity, workshops, and five summer internships in NGOs, commissions, legal firms, and other companies.