Miranda House — One of the Eminent Colleges of DU

Miranda House, established in 1948 is one of the women’s college of Delhi University. It offers undergraduate and post graduate programs in sciences and liberal arts:

Undergraduate courses
B. A. Honours: Bengali, Economics, English, Geography, Hindi, History, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Sanskrit, Sociology
B.Sc. Honours: Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology .
B.Sc : Life Sciences, Physical Science(Computer Science) .
B.El.Ed (four-year course)

Add-on courses
Miranda House offers a career-oriented add-on course on Tourism that can be opted for by students as a parallel sub-discipline while pursuing their degree-level education. This course is approved by the University Grants Commission and is self-financing.

Additionally, several other short-duration career-oriented courses are on offer including Operations Research, Computer Applications, Green Chemistry, Medicinal-Bio technology, Media Studies. The college also offers one-year certificate courses in French, German and Spanish in collaboration with the Department of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Delhi. It offers a course in Russian in collaboration with the Department of Slavonic and Finno-Ugrian Studies, University of Delhi.

Postgraduate courses
Students enrol for M.A. and M.Sc. programmes in the college for which classes are held at the respective departments at the university.

M.A. programme: The same subjects are offered as at the B.A. Honours level except for Political Science, Geography, and Sociology. M.A. in Mathematics is offered in the college.
M.Sc. programme: The same subjects are offered as at the B.Sc. Honours level. Additionally, the college also offers M.Sc. in Anthropology.
Four Year Undergraduate Program[edit]
The University of Delhi introduced the four year undergraduate program scheme in the academic year 2013–14. All undergraduate programs offered by the University of Delhi would thenceforth be for the duration of four years, but with multiple exit options and the inclusion of research components. This reform was intended to provide greater flexibility and wider range of choices to the students.