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Take A Look At Some Of The Many Specialised Courses Offered At UPES That You Should Be Aware Of!

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A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce - Class of 2017
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Specialised education or unique education has become the need of the hour in today’s day-and-age for a plethora of reasons. After all, a single look at the job market should be more than enough for people to understand the requirement of education that’s specific to a particular industry – nailing down a job is hard, and it becomes even more challenging down the line in one’s career. Therefore, to ensure that struggles are mitigated, and opportunities are plenty, the best course of action for a person to take would be to go for a specialised education pertaining to the industry that they’re most interested in.

Keeping this in mind, it must be said that the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) is one such university that has propagated this notion of specialised education – and degrees – becoming the norm in the job market of tomorrow. With an extensive collection of specialised courses that will aid any person’s job efforts, it must be said that UPES’ offerings will go a long way in ensuring that the industries of tomorrow will be augmented by the specialised knowledge and insights of the coming generation.

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Take A Look At Some Of The Many Specialised Courses Offered At UPES That You Should Be Aware Of!

There are way too many specialised degrees provided by UPES and talking about the benefits of every one of them might prove for some arduous reading. So, instead, let us list out the dynamics of the undergraduate course from each of the schools of UPES – namely, the School of Engineering (SoE), School of Computer Science (SoCS), School of Design (SoD), School of Business (SoB), and School of Law (SoL).

B.Sc (Hons.) with various specialisations

The School of Engineering is one of UPES’ most populated schools, which is understandable – after all, engineering is one of the most sought-after degrees in India, and for a good reason. To help students attain a leg-up in their career, SoE provides a B.Sc (Hons.) with multiple specialisations. These specialisations include Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.

B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering with multiple specialisations

The School of Computer Science is another school that – along with SoE – witnesses a relatively high number of applications. One of their main offerings is a B.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering that will go a long way in ensuring that little to no problems come in the way of people getting into the industry of their choice. To put it into context, here are some of the specialisations that UPES boasts of – IT Infrastructure, DevOps, e-Commerce, AI & Machine Learning, Mobile Application Development, IoT & Smart Cities, Business Analytics & Optimisation, Cyber Security & Forensics, Cloud Computing & Virtualisation Technology, and Big Data.

BBA with various Management specialisations

BBA is one of the most common degrees around, and the School of Business aims to augment this degree with a whole host of management specialisations. These include Retail Management, Media Management, Logistics Management, Human Resources Management, Marketing Management, and Operations Management.

BA LL.B (Hons.) with multiple specialisations

Law is a booming industry in India, with our judiciary being one of the most progressive and vital aspects of the government. Of course, you can also choose to go work for the private sector as well. In both cases, the following specialisations will prove to be a massive help – Corporate Laws, International Trade, Investment Law, Banking & Finance, and Regulations.

B.Des in Communication & Media Design with multiple specialisations

The bifurcations of design are seemingly innumerable, with numerous specialities in the field of Communication & Media Design itself. Going for this course in the School of Design will allow you to specialise in any one of the following verticals – Animation & VFX, Interaction Design, and Graphic Design.

The courses mentioned above don’t even come close to elaborating on the sheer wealth of specialisations provided by UPES. The chances are that any industry that you wish to break into can be accomplished with one of the many lucrative degrees, offered by an institute that’s geared towards developing the relevant skills of up-and-coming talent.

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