Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.) students are offered a number of elective courses across 12 schools of JGU. These electives are often interdisciplinary, involving elements of other subjects in humanities, literature, law, management, governance environment, architecture, languages and more.
Successful completion of electives will lead to credits, which are ascertained per elective, based on the number of instructional hours.
Here is the indicative list of electives for Bachelor of Fine Arts. The electives may change every semester, so that students can continue to explore a wide gamut of study.
Society and Arts (JSLH)
Environment and Visual Media (JSLH)
Literature and Arts of the Renaissance (JSLH)
Culture of Cities (JSLH)
Contemporary Cyberculture (JSLH)
Design Thinking (JSLH)
Cultural Policies and the Art Market (JIBS)
Law’s Art and Art’s Law: Legal Aesthetics, Architecture and Visual Culture (JGLS)
Realism, Reality and Post-truth (JGLS)
Environmental Philosophy and Activism (JGLS)