Centurion University has launched 4 years Bachelor Program (UG), aligned to the New Education Policy 2020. This Programme provides flexibility to students to choose a single discipline or a combination of disciplines/ streams as an academic career path. The Programme envisages a competency-based, multi-disciplinary, holistic academic program with a creative combination of disciplines/ skills/ Domain/ Research of study with multiple entry and exit options. The curriculum emphasizes a flexible combination of a wide range of courses with a focus on analytical and critical thinking, computational skills, use of cutting-edge technology, innovation, creativity, experiential learning including the development of a competency-based skilling ecosystem, and holistic development of students leading to specific career prospects.

Eligibility Criteria: 

10+2 pass (Senior Secondary) or its equivalent public examination conducted by any recognised Board of Education in India or abroad

Programme Structure

Degree (NSQF  Level)

Entry and Exit Options

Credits Required

Undergraduate Certificate (Level 5) Certificate upon the Successful Completion of the First Year (Two Semesters) of the multidisciplinary Four-Year Graduate Programme 40-44
Undergraduate Diploma (Level 6) Diploma upon the Successful Completion of the Second Year (Four Semesters) of the multidisciplinary four-year Graduate Programme 40-44 (80-88)
Bachelor’s Degree (Level 7) Bachelor Degree at the Successful Completion of the Third Year (Six Semesters) of the multidisciplinary four-year Graduate Programme 40-44 (120-132)
Bachelor’s Degree with Hons/Research. (Level 8) Bachelor’s Degree with Hons. a Discipline at the Successful Completion of the Fourth Year (8th  Semesters) of the multidisciplinary four-year Graduate Programme 40-44 (NSQF Level minimum credit requirement 160-176)

Salient Features

  • A student can join a Bachelor programme and after completion of 1st year, can choose a discipline or combination of disciplines.
  • A student has the option to study courses of his/her choice and earn credits from multiple baskets. Based on the accumulation of credit the degree student can exit at any point or can be awarded a Certificate to Bachelor degree with Honours depending on when he/ she exits.
  • A student after successful completion of four years’ degree is eligible to undertake 1-year master’s degree or an integrated Master’s PhD program.
  • A student can also pursue PhD after completing four years Bachelor’s degree program with research provided they meet the required entry criteria.
  • Adoption of flexible curricular structures in order to enable creative combinations of disciplinary areas for study in multidisciplinary contexts
  • A student has a choice to pursue degrees in one or multiple disciplines/streams based on the following criteria;
    • Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with Single Major and Single Minor: A student must complete a minimum of 60/80 credits from the major discipline for the 3-year/4-year Graduate degree respectively to be awarded a single major. The student must take at least 20 credits from a minor discipline.
    • Example, in a 3/4-year Graduate program, a student of Physics with a minimum of 60/80 credits in physics and a minimum of 20 credits from any minor disciplines (radiology/ optometry) will be awarded a B.Sc. in Physics with a single major.
    • Bachelor with Double Major: A student has to complete 60/80 credits for 3/ 4 years degree in the first major discipline and a minimum of 48/62 credits from the second major discipline for the 3-year/4-year Graduate degree to be awarded a double major.
    • Example Bachelor in Commerce and Management. Bachelor in Mathematics and Computer Application.
    • Multidisciplinary Program: A student can have a wider choice of courses from multiple disciplines (three disciplines) and will be awarded a degree as Multi-disciplinary Bachelor’s degree. In the case of students pursuing a multidisciplinary program of study, the credits to core courses will be distributed among the multi-disciplinary courses.


Physics Genomics Chemistry Zoology Botany
Biotechnology Lasers Plant Genetics and breeding Food processing Food testing & QC
Fisheries Astro Physics GIS Statistics Mathematics
New Materials Management Commerce Economics Retail Management
Fin Tech Business Analytics Digital Marketing Banking & Insurance Financial Services
Media Studies Digital Arts Psychology Sociology English
Computer Science Aerospace Automobile Engineering Smart Engineering Advanced Computing
Cloud Computing Software development IIOT Data Science Digital Manufacturing
AI & ML Survey and modeling Business Analytics Design Metaverse
Electric Vehicles UX & UI development Block Chain Data Warehousing Cyber Security
Radiology Forensic Science Anesthesia Nutraceuticals Pharmaceuticals
Optometry MLT Organic agriculture Additive Manufacturing Public Administration