The test is completely computer based and is usually conducted in the second or third week of April in various cities across India.
This is the only test of its kind, which admits students to a five year integrated masters programme in humanities and social sciences subjects offered by an IIT. The department offers doctoral programmes in humanities and social sciences besides elective courses for the undergraduate and post-graduate programmes of the Institute.
Sincethe department has been offering a five-year integrated Master of Arts M. With the launch of this programme, the IITM has crossed a milestone in fulfilling its role in higher education in liberal arts and social sciences in the country. This has opened avenues for highly motivated students in arts and humanities to enter IIT Madras.
For details have a look at Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. Excellence in higher education in the humanities and social sciences is evidently of growing importance around the world. By imparting quality education through this programme the Institute aims at producing well-rounded individuals with sound training in the humanities and social sciences to answer the needs of universities, research institutes and commercial and public sector enterprises.
The programme draws its strength from the unique mix of streams. About HSS. About M.Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee has its roots in the Roorkee College, which was set up in It was renamed as the Thomason College of Civil Engineering in The College laid the foundation of modern engineering education and the use of civil engineering practices in the infrastructure development of the country.
It got elevated as the first Technical University of the country in through the University of Roorkee Act, passed by the United Provinces Legislature. The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in IIT Roorkee erstwhile University of Roorkee was established in with a vision to integrate human values and social concerns with technical education.
Seventy two scholars have been awarded the Ph.
One of the notable achievements in recent years has been the expansion in research activities and exchanges of ideas, facilitated by the constant surge of discussions, consultations and publications in esteemed and high impact journals.
Besides, there has been considerable progression of tangible and scholastic infrastructure which in process provides an impetus to its bright future. The Economics discipline now admits a limited set of students in the M. News and Announcements. No new announcements!
Integrating human values and social concerns with technical education, since The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in IIT Roorkee erstwhile University of Roorkee was established in with a vision to integrate human values and social concerns with technical education.Topics will introduce students to the humanities at IIT and to provide intensive instruction in writing. An interdisciplinary course that examines the development of modern industrial society and the impact of science and technology on our culture.
Readings drawn from history, literature, and philosophy. This course is also writing instruction intensive. An introduction to the humanities through an investigation of important changes in our culture associated with Darwin's theory of evolution. Readings drawn from literature, philosophy, and science. An interdisciplinary study of biographies and autobiographies. Introduces major topics in digital culture while providing instruction in scholarly practice with emphasis on research and writing.
Topics include technical and cultural history of the internet, academic writing, and humanities research methods. Introduction to Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary course with an American lens that draws on feminist ideas and scholarship to develop a set of tools for analyzing women's experiences in social, cultural, and political contexts. The course aims to sharpen students' critical awareness of how gender operates in institutional and cultural contexts and in their own lives as well as to give them an opportunity to imagine participating in social change.
Have you ever wondered why more men choose to portray themselves as women online than the reverse? Or why there are more boys than girls in China? Or why vibrator technology was seen as a medical necessity in the 19th century?
Have you ever thought about how the interplay between technology and gender constructs everything from our modern military to how we choose to spend our free time? To where we work? This course explores the history of technology by using gender as a category of analysis. It also looks at how technological objects and tools participate in molding elements of our culture that we may take for granted as logical or timeless. By looking at change over time, we will analyze the different ways technology affects how we live and see ourselves and how gender defines technological priorities.
This course focuses on the latest work in science and technology studies and the history of technology from ethics in genetic engineering to the social dimensions of computing. Other topics include the intersection of gender and sexuality with new technologies, the role of communications media in "rewiring" our brains and our social connections, and the role of the world wide web in constructing national and global technocracy.
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Students will read and discuss works by academics as well as journalists in order to offer grounding in the historical, social, and economic background of key technical topics and the presentation of technical topics for wider audiences.
Students will also learn about the ways in which authors leverage different information technologies to communicate to wider audiences and how those methods are evolving. This course introduces students to fundamental principles and practices in the design of games. Students complete readings and workshop activities related to design principles and game mechanics and complete individual and group design projects.
Interactive Storytelling is an upper-level communication course that examines methods and forms of interactive storytelling while engaging students in hands-on production projects.
An investigation into a topic of current or enduring interest in the humanities, which does not fit neatly into standard categories. Menu Search. Academic Catalog Lecture: 3 Lab: 0 Credits: 3.
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Print Options.The Master of Science in Technology and Humanities offers a humanities-focused foundation in communication practices, information and communication technologies, and the ways that information flows through and beyond organizations. Master of Science in Technology and Humanities THUM coursework provides exposure to practice and leading theories in user experience research, web design, and visual design fundamentals for documents and digital media.
Students in the THUM program come from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, including design, English, and humanities, which makes for a vibrant community and classroom discussions informed by a variety of perspectives.
This program offers a humanities-focused foundation in communication practices, as well as information and communication technologies. You'll study the leading theories in user experience research, web design, and visual design fundamentals for documents and digital media. Students attending full-time 9 credit hours typically complete their M. Part-time students 3—6 credit hours regularly finish in less than three years. View Details. You are required to submit GRE scores with minimum scores of in quantitative reasoning and in verbal reasoning, and an analytical writing score of at least 3.
Note: Enrolling in courses does not guarantee later acceptance into a degree program, nor does meeting the minimum admission requirements.Interdisciplinary Research across the Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts and Life Sciences
If you enter as a non-degree or certificate student you should first discuss your plans with the director of graduate studies. I came from a teaching as well as school administration background, and in my career had seen my students change over time with the introduction of new technologies. The relationship between technology and the human is so important. The program has given me a new way to connect and learn about that relationship, as well as apply it to my practice.
My professors have pushed me to think in different ways than I ever have before. Skip to main site navigation Skip to main content. Technology and Humanities M. Program Type Master's. Degree M. Department Humanities. College Lewis College of Science and Letters. Program Overview This program offers a humanities-focused foundation in communication practices, as well as information and communication technologies.
Career Opportunities Graduates of the technology and humanities program will be prepared for successful careers in: Content strategy Instructional design Communication including social media User experience and interface design Curriculum The Master of Science in Technology and Humanities program at Illinois Tech requires a total of 33 credit hours.Course Code.
Course Credits. Course Title. Brief about the Course. Research Methodology and Statistics. Purpose and nature of research; Research ethics Research proposal and literature review: Defining the problem; Finding and managing information; Developing and stating hypotheses.
Data collection: Observation; Experiments; Survey; Case study; Secondary data Measurement: Qualitative and Quantitative measurement; Scales of measurement; Reliability and validity of measurement. Sampling, Normal distribution; Parametric and non-parametric statistical; significance of statistics.
Statistics: Descriptive and inferential statistics; Correlation; t ration; Regression analysis; Analysis of Variance; structural Equation Modeling. The research report; writing a thesis; writing for publication.
Applied Econometric. Financial Institutions and Corporate Finance. This course will mainly cover theories of Corporate finance, Financial intermediation, and Portfolio Theories. Advance Level. Financial Intermediation 10 : a A brief discussion of theories about the necessity of financial intermediation, in general.
A discussion of Basel Accord in this context. Corporate Finance 10 : a. Agency Cost theories. Theories relating to Asymmetric Information: Pecking order hypothesis and Signaling. A flavor of other theories about capital structure. Dividend policy-forms of dividends-Limner model-dividend irrelevance hypothesis-role of taxes, transaction costs, agency problems and asymmetric information.The primary objective of this course is to provide an advanced treatment of econometric methods for cross section and panel data including linear and non-linear models.
Some selected topics are instrumental variable estimation, estimation of system of equations, estimation of panel data models, Emphasis will be placed on developing theoretical toolkit in understanding growth mechanics.
It is intended that this This course covers advanced topics of economics laboratory course as a continuation of economics laboratory I course. We cover experimental methods and computational techniques using real life data.
Data analysis The objective of this course would be to give adequate training to graduate students in economics and related disciplines to bring them to the forefront of knowledge in international trade and prepare them to undertake independent work in the areas of This module introduces students in economics and other social sciences to game theory, a theory of interactive decision making.
This module provides students with the basic solution concepts for different types of non-cooperative games, including static and dynamic games under complete and It aims to equip the students with an understanding of structural transformation, development planning, agriculture-industry Using a selection of the most important papers currently on the frontier of in this field, we will explore Papers published in established journals will cover the major references for this course.
All rights Reserved. Skip to main content. Instructors Students Admin. Search form. Home Courses. Economics Advanced Econometrics. Course Objective: The primary objective of this course is to provide an advanced treatment of econometric methods for cross section and panel data including linear and non-linear models.
Read more. Advanced Economic Growth Theory. Course Objective: Primary objective of this course is to introduce students with the process of economic growth and the long run sources of differences in economic performances across nations. Advanced Economics Laboratory. Course Objective: Economics has a significant component of experimentation and data analytics.
Advanced International Trade. Course Objective: This is an advanced level course in trade. Advanced Topics in Economics. Course Objective: This course will introduce students to advanced topics in Economics as decided by the instructor. Applied Game Theory. Course Objective: This module introduces students in economics and other social sciences to game theory, a theory of interactive decision making.Siegel Hall, Suite S.
Dearborn St. Chicago, IL Faculty with Research Interests For information regarding faculty visit the Department of Humanities website. The HUM degree is a flexible liberal arts degree, and students may specialize in history, literature, philosophy, communication, or art and architectural history.
Students taking the DHUM degree have two specializations: a three-course set in a traditional area of the humanities such as history, philosophy, etc; and a five-course digital specialization in information architecture, technical communication, or science and technology studies.
Students pursuing the COM degree specialize in professional and technical communication, journalism of science, or journalism of technology and business. The department offers courses in art and architectural history, communication, history, literature, and philosophy. The Department of Humanities also offers academic minors in communication, English language and literature, history, linguistics, literature, philosophy, professional and technical communication, and web communication.
A minor in urban studies is also offered in conjunction with the Department of Social Sciences. Illinois Institute of Technology students are encouraged to broaden their educational backgrounds and to discover new interests through the study of humanities. The Department of Humanities considers the advising of students an important obligation.
Students must closely adhere to course prerequisites to maximize academic performance and satisfy requirements of the degree programs. Comprehensive background as well as concentration on individual cultures and their architects from ancient to medieval times. Discussion of architectures from around the world. Specific details and expressions of more generalized theories and strategies will be explored. Comprehensive background as well as concentration on individual cultures and their architects from the Renaissance to modern times.
A course designed for those who find art pleasing, meaningful, or significant and who want to extend the range of their sensibilities. Theories of art will be studied for insight, as well as for historical interest and continuity. Works of art will be studied for their intrinsic value, for their relation to ideas and events, and as cultural artifacts. Regular visits to area museums and galleries will be required. This course explores the artistic history of the United States, from an agrarian society that developed into an industrialized nation with a distinguished national art.
This broad chronological survey begins with the colonial art of Copley, Peale, West and Stuart, followed by the nation building iconography of the Hudson River School. Finally, the course examines the realism of Homer and Eakins, defining a truly American iconography.
This broadly chronological survey begins with Sargent and Cassett in the context of European traditions. The major regionalists include Benton, Wood, and O'Keefe with Hopper emerging as the most significant artist of the century. By studying theoretical texts written by five very influential architects over five centuries, the course will provide insight into the qualities of national exceptionalism marked by an innovative and transformative tradition.
This tradition has been a central source of the modernist agenda as much as of French culture. This course may be used for an architectural history elective or a humanities elective; however, it may not be used for both. Students who are not committed to, or do not plan to enroll in, the Semester Abroad Program may also take this course if space is available. An investigation of the development of formal architectural theory.
Writings by architects from antiquity to the present will be studied, analyzed, and criticized. The relation between theory and practice will be emphasized. The implications of particular theories for such other questions as environment, tradition, change, innovation, revolution, and meaning will be considered. A study of the use of writing, reading, and discussion as a means of discovering, questioning, and analyzing ideas, with an emphasis on audience, context and the use of revision.
This course satisfies the Basic Writing Proficiency Requirement. It does not satisfy a general education requirement in the Humanities and Social or Behavioral Sciences.