Interdisciplinary Pedagogy

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Before you choose your University, ask yourself a couple of 'New Age' questions. Can I study Technology with Music, Agriculture with Cyber Security or Computer Science with Economics? Will my university allow me such inter-disciplinary immersion that will equip me to handle a range of skills and roles in my professional and personal life?

Today's needs are inherently interdisciplinary and require intense multitasking as the graduates will not be entering a career that lasts a lifetime but a lifetime of multiple careers. Quantum understands that life demands different skills for different roles. It shall be a University that understands your needs, promotes inter-disciplinary study and prepares you for life.

MINOR (Optional)

Students would be required to choose subjects from open electives offered by different departments other than the one in which he or she is doing the major. Students are encouraged to choose an inter-disciplinary Minor to widen their knowledge based and hone their lateral thinking.

MINORS Available Options


To graduate with a bachelor's degree from Quantum University students must earn credits from courses that are broadly divided into four categories - foundation courses, major courses (program core and program electives), open electives (minors) and passion programs (PROPS). The number of credits to be earned/passed would depend on the program that the student is perusing.

The successful completion of a programme depends on earning the prescribed number of credits. The number of credits earned by the learner entitles degrees termed the Major and Minor. The Major indicates specialization in a particular discipline.

The Flexible Credit System ties up courses ranging from introductory to advanced level. These courses cater to students of varying capabilities. The greatest exploit of this new approach is that it allows students to choose the courses, the difficulty level and the pace of learning.

A few combinations of Major-Minor can be :


Economics imbibes the engineer with a socio-economic sense aimed at developing an understanding of the market forces. This is integral to realizing cost-effective business models. Only through successful business models can new technologies develop. The economic perspective provides the essential knowhow of capital markets, risk management, asset evaluation, economic policy, business law and managerial practice. Economics thus acts as an incubator for entrepreneurial ideas in the technical domain. Finally this leads to a fruitful interface between academia and the industry.


Hotel management is a challenging field which needs harmonizing activity in Front Office Operations, Food-Beverages production and distribution and Accounting. Modern trends in the hospitality industry have added focus on sales, marketing, maintenance and security. Training in Entrepreneurship develops creative business thinking. This enhances risk taking ability via dedicated risk management. This combination of subjects helps individual diversify hotel business to manage capital with a risk purview, active profiling of loans and funds, optimize business cycles and maximize profit scenario.


This combination would suit prospective students in research in physics or Mathematics. Physics fascinates with its intellectual challenge and numerous application in engineering and technology. It explores nature via theoretical models. Experimental physics tests theories. It's a rich and vibrant field. Students can explore relativity, quantum, mechanics, statistical mechanics, Lagrange-Hamilton formulation, action principles and quantum field theories. Mathematics helps make the qualitative physical models quantitative and amenable to experimental exploration. Therefore a minor in mathematics would prove most beneficial to a physics course. Mathematics aids pattern recognition, rigorous thinking, abstraction, visualization, theorizing, modeling, phenomenology and proof methodology.

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