B.A Humanities

About the Program

The ICFAI University offers the B.A. (Humanities) Course, emphasizing the development of skills and intellectual growth by providing practical insights into social concepts. This 3-year campus- based Program aims to impart comprehensive knowledge and a broad understanding of the subject. The Program focuses on various areas within the fields of Social Science and Liberal Arts, equipping Students with the necessary skills to excel in their professional lives beyond the University. Here, Students are encouraged to enhance their abilities and explore their roles in society. The B.A. (Humanities) Program amalgamates creativity, innovation and discovery.

    • Three years (six Semesters).
    • An Applicant should have passed Class XII (or an equivalent Examination) in any discipline with an aggregate of 45% or higher marks. Students awaiting the results of their final Examinations in Class XII are also eligible to apply.
    • The curriculum is primarily contemporary and innovatively designed in collaboration with the academicians and the professional experts, following the guidelines of the UGC. The Program spans six Semesters over three years and aligns with the New Education Policy 2020. Students are introduced to Skill Enhancement Courses, Discipline-Specific Courses, Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) and Generic Elective Courses.
    B.A. (Humanities) Program Structure
    Year I Semester - I Semester - II
    • English Language – I
    • Introduction to Political Science – I
    • Introduction to Sociology – I
    • Ancient History – I
    • Indian Government and Politics
    • Introduction to Computers
    • English Language – II
    • International Politics
    • Concepts of Sociology
    • Ancient History-II
    • Environmental Sciences
    • Introduction to Cultural Studies
    Year II Semester - III Semester - IV
    • English Literature – I
    • Western Political Thought
    • Sociological Thought – I
    • Medieval History – III
    • Introduction to Gender Studies
    • Media Literacy
    • English Literature – II
    • Indian Political Thought – I
    • Sociological Thought – II
    • Colonial History –
    • Theoretical Concepts of Gender Studies
    • Soft Skills
    Year III Semester - V Semester - VI
    • English Literature-III
    • Indian Political Thought-II
    • Rural and Urban Sociology
    • Modern Indian History
    • Social Research Methodology
    • Concepts of Cultural Studies
    • English Literature-IV
    • Major Issues in Contemporary World Politics
    • Indian Sociological Thought
    • World History
    • Academic Writing
    • Social Development in India
    The program structure is subject to change (if required)