I am happy that you asked this question as there are not many young minds inclined towards the study of Arts and Humanities these days. Youth today either wants to be an expert in technology or a successful entrepreneur. Those who don’t want these, go for government jobs. The unprecedented invasion of commercialism and technology in our lives and career have decreased the importance of Arts and Humanities to a great deal.
B.A.– stands for Bachelor of Arts. Course duration is 3 years. The best thing about this course is that so many B.A. specialization courses are available to choose from. A general set of common B.A. subjects are present, in addition to which specialization subjects are also present. Some specialization areas are- B.A. Psychology, B.A. History, B.A.
Archaeology, B.A. Economics, B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, B.A. English, B.A. Hindi, B.A. Malayalam, B.A. in other languages (state wise), B.A. Sociology, B.A. Politics, B.A. Geography, B.A. Indian Culture, B.A. Social Work etc.
For those who think Humanities and Arts offer minimal career options should understand that the times are changing and thanks to the mentality of our youth, which is changing with the times that new career options in the field of arts are emerging.
After the completion of 12th grade in Arts stream, one can choose from a plethora of career options available at their feet. Some of the most popular career options in arts and humanities are journalism, english literature, psychology, media studies, sociology and many more.
CMR University - School of Social Sciences and Humanities offers B.A (Hons) in which the students can study a combination of 3 different subjects including English, Psychology, Journalism, Sociology and Economics. In order to obtain an ""Honours"" degree, students can specialise in one of their chosen subjects. You can check the B.A (Hons) course in Bangalore website for more information: