BML Munjal University launches new specializations in Engg, Business management, law and economics
Hyderabad, 15th April 2019: BML Munjal University (BMU), Hero Group’s not-for-profit University, today announced the launch of eight new undergraduate courses – B.Sc. (Hons.) Economics, BBA with Business Analytics specialization, BBA-LLB and BA-LLB.
The university has also launched the specializations for B. Tech courses – Mechanical Engineering to offer specialization in Automobile Engineering and Robotics & Automation; Civil Engineering to offer Construction Management and Smart City & Sustainable Management; Electronics and Communication Engineering to offer specialization in Internet of Things; Computer Science and Engineering to offer specialization in Cyber Security and Data Science & Artificial Intelligence. The courses are designed to meet the growing demand for specialized skills, and the changing market and economic conditions. BML Munjal University believes that it’s important for education to equip students that will help them both to make meaningful contribution to society as well as thrive in the dynamic workplace of tomorrow.
The new courses and specializations are based on an innovative pedagogical approach, which is much more hands-on and experience-driven rather than mere delivery of knowledge. The experiential learning environment centres around five key themes – 1. Creative Visualization of Practice; 2. Role-play and Prototyping; 3. Collaboration and Working in Virtual Teams; 4. Ethical Leadership oriented Entrepreneurial Initiatives; 5. Technology based Gamification.
According to Dr. Vishal Talwar, Dean, School of Management, BML Munjal University: “Our new courses are designed considering the essential skills required by students to meet the challenges of the dynamic workplace and to boost their career in respective fields. Under BMU’s experiential learning format, besides theoretical and experimental knowledge, the students are also exposed to working on various projects. We have ambitious plans for the university, and we expect to continue to draw the best students.”