Specializations Available in Liberal Study

Business Administration: Handling the operational, organizational, and managerial responsibilities of a company by being proficient in accounting, strategic management, counseling, change management, marketing, sales, finance, and human resource.

Economics: The study of economies of various countries and the principles of economics in order to efficiently distribute available resources and to strengthen the economy of a country.

Entrepreneurship: Organizing and operating a business or businesses, taking on greater than normal financial risks in order to do so.

Environment Studies:Studying human interaction with the environment in the interests of solving complex problems including the natural environment, the built environment, and the sets of relationships between them.

Event Management:In charge of planning, organizing, and executing all types and sizes of events, like musical concerts, food festivals, and conventions by providing leadership, motivation, direction and support to your team.

Film & TV: Preparing students based on their specializations at a professional level and to help them enter their first job in film & television industry.

Finance:Helping companies launch new products to mergers and acquisitions and performance management including various topics like Stock Market, Investment, Banking, Insurance, Mutual Funds.

Human Resource: Managing the process of recruiting, training, orienting, compliance and optimizing employee performance in order to bring about greater profit for the company.

International Business:Working in a variety of business fields in global economy, such as marketing and finance for companies and organizations that work internationally.

International Studies:Maintaining positive diplomatic relations between countries, prevent international conflicts, and make sure things run smoothly between governments in our highly interconnected world.

Journalism & New Media: Gathering information and present it in a written or spoken form in news stories, feature articles or documentaries.

Linguistics: Studying a particular language and its structure, including the study of grammar, syntax, and phonetics.

Literary & Cultural Studies:The study of specific literature and culture of various communities such as religion, law, traditions, art and craft, etc.

Marketing & Advertising: Evolving marketing strategy, setting sales target and monitoring distribution and customer service by working with media to create visual components that complement the overall strategy.

Marketing: Evolving marketing strategy, setting sales target and monitoring distribution and customer service by working with media to create visual components that complement the overall strategy.

Mass Media:Spreading information to a large audience through the various means of communication using print media (books, magazines, and newspapers), television, movies, video games, music, cell phones, various kinds of software, and the Internet.

Mathematics:This course of mathematics in liberal arts involves the study of algebraic, geometric and statistical concepts to develop the problem solving and computational skills.

Psychology: Working with people who have life adjustment problems, and also with those who have emotional disorders or mental illness and provide treatment for people of all ages and to families and to groups.

Public Administration:Providing information to clients, and overseeing and implementing various programs for organizations and are responsible for directing and advising organization employees like researchers, program officers and consultants.

Social Studies:The study dealing with all the aspects of a human society such as its history, economy, government, geography.

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