JG University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences offers Bachelor in Management & Liberal Studies (BMLS), a full-time transformative programme, for four years, trimester pattern. Post Successful Completion of BMLS, student can continue for one more year and will be eligible to be awarded Master’s Degree in Management at the end of fifth year.
The course flair is deep rooted in its interdisciplinary study and practical application of the same. The comprehensive curriculum offers a perfect blend of Analytical Skill, Business Knowledge and Strategic Perspective of varied domains. The synergy of Course Modules and Industry Sponsored Capstone Project, Research Orientation, Creative Workshop Approaches offer theory based practical learning. The Programme supports students in developing a business skill set needed to manage and lead global business arena and workplace. Students will acquire analytical competencies, critical thinking, problem solving and reflective skills to make informed and fact – driven decisions.
Students are exposed to courses in Philosophy, Sociology, Quantitative Techniques, Communication, Foreign Language among others. The idea to enable students to learn from diverse disciplines, develop a broad understanding and base for a strong foundation. The Rural Immersion Programme engages students in work-based activity and learning through practical experiences in rural areas. Also, students are exposed to subjects like Sanskrit, Performing Arts, Indian Classics, Learning through Games, Storytelling, Logic among others.
Students learn about Analytics, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Operations among other topics. In the third and fourth year of studies, Students take part in Internships in both Corporate and Social Sectors. Especially in fifth year, Concentrated Workshops on Domain Interest and Employability Specifics are major thrust in the course design.
The focus is on developing professional skills to ensure our students are productive and industry ready.
Students develop not only communication and networking skills but also the ability to do it themselves by applying their cognitive knowledge.
Exposure to rural lives, arts and crafts of India as well as cross cultural and cross sectoral workplaces build social consciousness in students.