Bangalore University

Bangalore University is a public state university which was established in 1886 and is one of the oldest universities in India. The Bangalore University is a part of "The Association of Indian Universities (AIU)" and has got UGC recognition. The university operates from the Jnana Bharathi Campus in Bangalore.

In 1886, the university was started as the Central College, Bangalore by the British Government to award University degrees. On 10th July 1964, it was renamed as Bangalore University by the UGC under the then State Government of Mysore. The Central College, Bangalore and the University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering were merged into this university.

Bangalore University Address:

Jnana Bharathi,
Bangalore,
Karnataka - 560056
Phone: +91-80-23213172, 23213023
Fax: +91-80-23219295, 23211020
Web: www.bangaloreuniversity.ac.in

Academics

The Bangalore University has authority over four constituent colleges out of which the Central College and the University Visveswaraya College of Engineering are very famous. For opting a post graduate course from the Bangalore University, one must secure 50% in aggregate and also 50% in the subject he wants to take up for specialization. The University has six faculties Commerce & Management, Arts, Science, Education, Engineering and Law.

Courses at the Graduate Level:

  • Bachelor of Science (BSc)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
  • Bachelor of Education (Bed)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
  • Bachelor of Law (LLB)
  • Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd)
  • Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
  • Bachelor of Library & Information Science (BLISc)
Courses at the Post Graduate Level:

  • Master of Arts (MA) in English, French, Hindi, History, Kannada, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, Rural Development, Sanskrit, Social Work, Sociology, Telugu, Urdu
  • Master of Science (MSc) in Apparel Technology and Management, Botany, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Application, Electronic Science, Environmental Science, Genetics, Geography, Geology, Holistic Psychology, Home Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Psychology, Speech & Hearing, Statistics, Zoology
  • Master of Commerce (MCom)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
  • Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
  • Master of Finance and Accounting (MFA)
  • Master of Library & Information Science (MLISc)
  • Master of Law (LLM)
  • Master of Physical Education (MPEd)
  • Master of Social Work (MSW)
  • Master of Tourism Administration (MTA)
  • PG Diploma in Electronic Media (1 year)
  • Master of Architecture on Construction and Project management
  • Master of Architecture on Landscape
  • MSc in Molecular Biology
  • MSc in Life Sciences
  • Diploma in Epilepsy Care
Last Updated on : March 25, 2016


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