At SIAS, we offer an expansive undergraduate curriculum in the departments of humanities, social sciences, literature, arts, and sciences, taught by distinguished faculty from some of the world’s finest academic institutions. Our academic programme emphasizes on our guiding principles of lnterwoven Learning, a multi-directional approach to knowledge that encourages creativity, critical thinking, communication, contemplation, cross-disciplinary approaches, real-world implementation, and the ability to negotiate unanswered questions.
Understanding the impact of technology on study disciplines and our community, is important now than ever before. At an early stage, students are introduced to the concept of data and its applications.
Students are continuously encouraged to challenge different knowledge domains and through the discourse also taught to attain comfort with uncertainty.
Experiential learning from the ‘real-world’ through field trips, externships and internships are a significant part of the undergraduate programme.
Students are encouraged to explore intellectual evolution of different disciplines and explore perspectives from history of different ideas, concepts, and practices. History is looked upon as central to understanding social change.
Ability to base study on evidence is an important attribute for every learner. Krea offers training in effective research that combines empirical methods with different theoretical perspectives.
A focus on ethics to think holistically, is a core graduate attribute and an integral part of the Krea degree. Krea’s partnership with MIT Dalai Lama Centre for Ethics is also developed for delivery of this component.
Every major at Krea is writing intensive and the Centre for Writing and Pedagogy helps students write in ways that are thoughtful, complex and nuanced.
A wide choice of majors and minors across arts and sciences, create a highly engaged learning experience.
(All the Majors can be taken as Minors)
History + Politics
Literature + Arts