In our curricula, we have ensured that the concept of "one size fits all" no longer exists, rather students are provided with different domains of learning. The curriculum is designed keeping in mind the changing needs of our students' learning experiences giving students an option to choose different paths after graduation.
Our curriculum is not just courses to major and minor in, but rather helps students further thread their specialisations, and help customise their learning track providing for an accelerated, normal or slow learning pace. We are concerned about competency and not examination.
Students are assisted by academic counsellors who provide personal guidance in the customisation of the learning track via the Guided Learning Track (GLT). This experience is accentuated by the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) providing students multiple choices in major subjects (Electrical, Mechanical Eng., etc), minors (Robotics, History, etc), open electives, etc.
Students will not be sitting through one-way discourses, but rather would be experiencing a series of active cooperative learning strategies, that incorporate a different type of learning for different content including definition-based learning, inquiry-based learning, problem-based learning, and experiential learning. In fact, there are no classrooms; only learning spaces. Every learning space is uniquely designed to suit diverse learning needs.
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