DU BA Courses 2015
Apratim Chatterjee, 08 Apr 2015, #DU

DU BA 2015 Courses will provide an overview of courses which you can choose from a list of BA courses provided in this page while applying for Delhi University Colleges. Candidates can apply to as many as courses in as many as colleges as he/she wishes, subjected to the availability of the very course in that college. Delhi University offers as many as 26 courses for BA Honours Admissions. Careers360 brings you the comprehensive list of courses offered at Faculty of Arts.

University of Delhi has announced that admissions to BA programmes for the academic session 2015 to begin from May 28.

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Delhi University BA 2015 Courses – Delhi University offers both the BA Programme course as well as BA Hons. Course for admissions in DU Faculty of Arts. Candidates can get the list of courses being offered at Faculty of Arts in the University of Delhi.

BA (Hons.) Courses

  • Applied Psychology

  • Arabic

  • Bengali

  • Business Economics

  • Economics

  • English

  • French

  • Geography

  • German

  • Hindi

  • History

  • PatrakaritaEvamJanasanchar

  • Italian

  • Journalism

  • Music

  • Persian

  • Philosophy

  • Political Science

  • Psychology

  • Punjabi

  • Sanskrit

  • Social Work

  • Sociology

  • Spanish

  • Urdu

  • Hindi Journalism and Mass Communication

BA Programme Course–DU offers language and discipline courses divided in two modules, which is offered in 6 semesters.

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Arabic

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Arabic

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Buddhist Studies

  • B.A. Programme (compulsory Language Course (Assamese, Bengali, etc.)

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses (Assamese, Bengali, etc.)

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Hindi

  • B.A. Programme ( Language Courses) in Hindi

  • B.A. Programme ( Discipline Courses) in Urdu

  • B.A. Programme (Language Courses) in Urdu

  • B.A. Programme (Language Courses) in Linguistics

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Statistics

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Operational Research

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline and Application Courses) in music

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline & Language Courses) in Persian

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Philosophy

  • B.A Programme (Discipline courses) in Punjabi

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Punjabi

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses ) in Sanskrit

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in Sanskrit

  • B.A. Programme ( Discipline Courses) in Psychology

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Mathematics

  • B.A. Programme (Application  Courses) in Mathematics

  • B.A. Programme (Application and Discipline  Courses) in Computer Science

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Commerce

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Physical Education

  • B.A. Programme (Application Courses) in Physical Education

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Home Science :- Food Technology, Apparel Design & Construction, Family and Child Welfare, Nutrition & Health Education

  • B.A. Programme (Application and Foundation Courses)

  • B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in French

  • B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in German

  • B.A. (Programme) Discipline Course in Spanish

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Sociology

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Geography

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Political Science

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Economics

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in History

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Courses) in English

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in English

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Bengali) for course 'B' and 'C'

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Tamil) for course 'B' and 'C'

  • B.A. Programme (Compulsory Language Course in Sindhi, Telugu, Assamese and Manipuri) for course 'B' and 'C'

  • B.A. (Vocational Studies) Programme

  • B.A. Functional Hindi For 1st Semester

  • B.A. Programme (Discipline Courses) in Education

BA Programme Course Structure – Candidates interested in pursuing BA programme from Delhi University can find below the BA programme structure of all 6 semesters –

Semesters

Courses


Semester I

Language Course IA

Language Course IIA

Discipline Course IA

Discipline Course IIA


Semester II

Language Course IB

Language Course IIB

Discipline Course IB

Discipline Course IIB


Semester III

Language Course IC

Discipline Course IC

Discipline Course IIC

Foundation Course IA


Semester IV

Language Course ID

Discipline Course ID

Discipline Course IID

Foundation Course IB


Semester V

Language Course IIC

Discipline Course IE

Discipline Course IIE

Application Course IA


Semester VI

Language Course IID

Discipline Course IF

Discipline Course IIF

Application Course IB

The University has 16 faculties and 86 departments spread over North and South campuses in the National Capital. The Central University has 83 affiliated colleges with around 150000 students in regular programmes and about 250000 students enrolled in its other programmes. 

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