Degree Courses

SCCZ offers the following programs, ion the semestral mode:

            Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com)

            Bachelor of Arts (General)

            Bachelor of Arts (Mass Communication)

Under B. A. (General), the following Majors are available:

                        Anthropology

                        Economics

                        Education

                        English Elective

                        Geography

                        History

                        Political Science

Under the semestral mode, a student of B. A. studies across six semesters in three years. The first, the third, and the fifth semesters are termed “Odd Semesters” and the second, the fourth, and the sixth semesters are called “Even Semesters.”  The Odd Semesters run from July 1 to December 31, whereas the Even Semesters span from January 1 to June 30.

COURSE STRUCTURE: B.A. GENERAL MAJORS

In the Semestral Scheme, Saint Claret College, as an affiliated college under RGU, offers the following subjects (called “electives”). An applicant may choose any three of the following electives with one exception—Anthropology and Geography shall not be chosen together.

Sl. No. Compulsory (Foundational) Subjects Code Remarks
1 English Compulsory EC Studied in the First and the Second Semesters
2 Environmental Studies ES Studied in the Third Semester
3 Skill-based Course SBC Studied in the Fourth Semester.
Sl. No. Elective (Choose Any Three) Code Remarks
1 Anthropology* A

A student chooses any three of these electives and reads them in the first four semesters. In the fifth semester, he/she must choose any of the three as his/her Major (subject to approval from the College, based on his/her marks.) and specializes in it in the fifth and the sixth semesters.

2 Economics C
3 Education D
4 English Elective E
5 Geography* G
6 History H
7 Political Science P

In the first four semesters (i.e., two years), a student will study one compulsory paper and three electives of their choice per semester. The electives will remain constant across four semesters. The compulsory paper will change each year/semester. In the final year (the fifth and the sixth semesters), a student will choose any one of the three electives as his/her Major.

B.A. (MASS COMMUNICATION)

Being a professional course, Mass Communication (MC) follows a slightly different pattern. They do not choose three electives, but study couple of compulsory foundational courses (Environmental Studies and Communicative English) and the rest of the papers are ALL Mass Com papers. MC has four papers per semester.

B. COM (BACHELOR OF COMMERCE)

 

Being a professional and specialized course, B. Com too follows a different pattern. They do not choose three electives, but study couple of compulsory foundational courses (Environmental Studies and Communicative English) and the rest of the papers are ALL Commerce papers. In the third year, they have the option of specializing in any one of the four areas of Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Accounting and Finance, and Entrepreneurship. However, not all four majors may be offered in a given year. The availability of the number of Majors depends on the expertise and qualification of the faculty in a given year. See the SCCZ Handbook for Course details.

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