Academics

Senior College

Academics

SENIOR COLLEGE

First Year Bachelor of Arts (F.Y.B.A.)

Compulsory Subjects:

  1. Foundation Course I
  2. Communication Skills in English
  3. Compulsory Language: Hindi/French OR   Elements of Archaeology (only for students with learning disabilities/students who have not studies either Hindi or French in the 10th/12th Std.)

Optional Subjects Groups:
Students are required to opt for one subject from each group

  • Group A: Psychology; Education; Political Science; Statistics.
  • Group B: Economics; History; Philosophy
  • Group C: English Literature; Sociology; Hindi Literature.

Second Year Bachelor of Arts (S.Y.B.A.)

Compulsory Subject :
Foundation Course II

Applied Component Groups (any ONE paper):

  1. Introduction to Food, Nutrition & Dietetics
  2. Gandhism in its present context
  3. Mass Communication
  4. Investment Analysis

Optional Group : The student must continue with the same group chosen in the first year

Third Year Bachelor of Arts (T.Y.B.A.)

Single Major any ONE subject (six papers) :
English, Hindi, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, History and Philosophy

Double Major any TWO subjects from any two groups (three papers each):

  • Group A : Psychology; Political Science; Education
  • Group B: Economics; History; Philosophy
  • Group C: English Literature; Sociology; Hindi Literature

Syllabus of Arts Stream

 

Academics Degree College - BSc

 

First Year Bachelor of Science (F.Y.B.Sc.)

Compulsory Subject:

Foundation Course: Foundations in Indian Society & Basic Issues and Concerns in Indian Society

Optional Subject Group: (Two papers in each subject)

Students are required to opt for one subject combination

  1. Chemistry/Microbiology/Zoology. OR
  2. Chemistry/Microbiology/Physics. OR
  3. Chemistry/Microbiology/Mathematics. OR
  4. Chemistry/Life Sciences/Physics. OR
  5. Chemistry/Life Sciences/Statistics OR
  6. Life Sciences/Zoology/Mathematics.

Second Year Bachelor of Science (S.Y.B.Sc.)

Compulsory Subject:

Foundation Course: Contemporary Issues I & II

Optional Subject Group : (Three papers in each subject)

Depending on the subject combination in FY, students can select any one combination

  1. Chemistry/Microbiology. OR
  2. Microbiology/Zoology. OR
  3. Chemistry/Life Sciences. OR
  4. Life Sciences/Zoology

Third Year Bachelor of Science (T.Y.B.Sc.)

Single Major (6 Units) in ONE Subject :

Microbiology, Chemistry, Life Sciences

Double Major (3 Units each) in TWO Subjects :

  1. Microbiology / Bio-Chemistry. OR
  2. Chemistry / Bio-Chemistry. OR
  3. Life Sciences / Bio-Chemistry.

Applied Component Group:

  1. Drugs and Dyes : (Chemistry - Single and Double major);
  2. Environmental Science and Pollution : (Life Science - Single and Double major);
  3. Food Production and Processing : (Microbiology - Single and Double major).

 

The University of Mumbai introduced the Bachelor of Mass Media, a three-year integrated course leading to a degree in JOURNALISM or ADVERTISING, in the academic year 2000-2001. The course, comprising six semesters, covers various aspects of study related to mass media. A student can specialise in either Advertising or Journalism in the third and final year of the course.
Sophia College introduced the BMM course in the academic year 2003-2004. Keeping in mind the mission of the college, viz., the education and upliftment of young women, the need was felt to introduce this career-oriented course. Today, a large number of job opportunities are available in the fields of Advertising and Journalism, and a degree in Mass Media will equip students to avail themselves of these job opportunities.
It is an intensive course as the objectives of the course clearly indicate. Besides the usual subject lectures, guest lectures, workshops, seminars and field trips are also arranged. There is also an optional internship at the end of the second year.

First Year Bachelor Of Mass Media (F.Y.B.M.M.)

Semester I
  • Paper 1 : Effective Communication Skills-I
  • Paper 2 : Introduction to Mass Communication
  • Paper 3 : Introduction to Computers
  • Paper 4 : Landmarks in 20th Century World History
  • Paper 5 : Introduction to Sociology
  • Paper 6 : Economics
Semester II
  • Paper 1 : Effective Communication Skills-II
  • Paper 2 : Principles of Marketing
  • Paper 3 : Political Concepts and Indian Political System
  • Paper 4 : Introduction to Psychology
  • Paper 5 : Principles of Management
  • Paper 6 : Introduction to English Literature

Second Year Bachelor Of Mass Media (S.Y.B.M.M.)

Semester III
  • Paper 1 : Introduction to Creative Writing
  • Paper 2 : Introduction to Culture Studies
  • Paper 3 : Introduction to Public Relations
  • Paper 4 : Introduction to Media Studies
  • Paper 5 : Understanding Cinema
  • Paper 6 : Advanced Computers
Semester IV
  • Paper 1 : Introduction to Advertising
  • Paper 2 : Introduction to Journalism
  • Paper 3 : Print Production and Photography
  • Paper 4 : Radio and Television
  • Paper 5 : Mass Media Research
  • Paper 6 : Organizational Behaviour

Third Year Bachelor Of Mass Media (T.Y.B.M.M.)

Journalism
Semester V

  • Paper 1 : Reporting
  • Paper 2 : Editing
  • Paper 3 : Feature and Opinion
  • Paper 4 : Journalism and Public Opinion
  • Paper 5 : Indian Regional Journalism
  • Paper 6 : Niche and Magazine
Semester VI
  • Paper 1 : Press Laws and Ethics
  • Paper 2 : Broadcast Journalism
  • Paper 3 : Niche Journalism-II
  • Paper 4 : Internet and issues in the Global Media
  • Paper 5 : News Media Management
  • Paper 6 : Contemporary Issues OR

OR

ADVERTISING
Semester V

  • Paper 1 : Advertising in Contemporary Society
  • Paper 2 : Copywriting
  • Paper 3 : Advertising Design
  • Paper 4 : Consumer Behaviour
  • Paper 5 : Media Planning and Buying
  • Paper 6 : Brand Building
Semester VI
  • Paper 1 : Advertising and Marketing Research
  • Paper 2 : Legal Environment and Advertising Ethics
  • Paper 3 : Financial Management for Marketing and Advertising
  • Paper 4 : Agency Management
  • Paper 5 : The Principles and Practice of Direct Marketing
  • Paper 6 : Contemporary Issues

Academics

SENIOR COLLEGE

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology comprises of a detailed study in the field of software development, software testing and computer systems. BSc (IT) course will equip students with the technical skills and knowledge they need to succeed in this exciting profession. It covers a broad spectrum of hardware and software solutions that enable organizations to gather, organize, and analyze data that helps them to achieve their goals. The Department also works on the co-curricular aspects which organizes intercollegiate tech fest named as “ITECHNOTHON” which includes events like Gaming, Quiz’s, Debates, and various other competitions. We also organize industrial visits, seminars, workshops and add-on courses. We also have well-equipped laboratories with high configuration computers and 100 MBPS Internet connection. After successful completion of this course, many of our students have been placed into various IT companies with the help of campus recruitment placement drives.

F.Y. B. Sc. (Information Technology)

 

Semester I

  • Imperative Programming
  • Digital Electronics
  • Operating Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Communication Skills

 

Semester II

  • Object oriented Programming
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller
  • Web Programming
  • Numerical and Statistical Methods
  • Green Computing

 

 

S.Y. B. Sc. (Information Technology)

 

Semester III

  • Python Programming
  • Data Structures
  • Computer Networks
  • Database Management Systems
  • Computer Oriented Statistical Techniques

Semester IV

  • Core Java
  • Computer Forensics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • IT Service Management
  • Computer Graphics and Animation

 

 

T.Y. B. Sc. (Information Technology)

 

Semester V

 

  • Software Project Management
  • Internet of Things
  • Advanced Web Programming
  • Linux System Administration
  • Enterprise Java

Semester VI

  • Software Quality Assurance
  • Security in Computing
  • Business Intelligence
  • Data Science
  • Project