The Bachelor of Arts degree at TSLAS has two major components. The first is a Foundations program that runs for the first two semesters (one year). The Foundations program is a general education requirement that focuses on core competencies and consists of a common curriculum for all subsequent programs of study. It requires you to engage with a range of core knowledge areas with a cross-disciplinary emphasis. The Foundations or Gen. Ed. program is designed to enhance your capacities in several areas including formal writing, data handling, and statistical analysis, and prepare you with critical thinking skills as well as communication skills. It also offers creative and aesthetic engagement such as in the areas of music and theatre. On completion of the Foundations program, you are required to choose a Major or the specialized area of your interest for the next four semesters (2 years). The list of Majors on offer is available elsewhere on the website. You can also choose two Majors which will require an additional (3+1) year of college work. The Bachelor of Arts degree at TSLAS is designed to be one of the most flexible programs that opens the door to a wide variety of jobs as well as prepares you for further study. Examples of careers where employers look for a Liberal Arts degree include: Human Resource Management; News Journalism; Public Relations; Non-profit and NGO management;
Public Health; economic/sociological data management; Corporate interface; Healthcare and medical resource management; and of course, Teaching, along with the appropriate certification. Importantly, the Liberal Arts degree provides a strong foundation for graduate studies such as Ph.D in the humanities and social sciences.
At least three courses from five to six courses to be offered from the below given list