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4-year BS in Economics

The BS is designed to provide students knowledge skills necessary for a professional career in Finance and Economics. It requires completion of 144 credit hours of course work and 2 credit hours of internship of at least six weeks in a public or private sector organization. In order to obtain the BS degree in 4 years, students will be required to take a load of eighteen credit hours (six courses) in a semester. The BS Program in Economics is designed to provide a broad spectrum that reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the subject. This program will be of four years duration, divided into eight regular semesters excluding summer sessions.

Later the University intends offering MS and MPhil degrees in Economics in due course of time.


  • Intermediate with 45% marks including first year and A-Levels with minimum 3 passes

Objectives of the Program

The 4-Year BS degree in Economics:

  • The students will be trained to develop critical thinking, equip themselves with technological and communicational skills, and round it off with an applied education about the fundamentals of economics, business, management and community development.
  • The program stresses knowledge and skill development necessary for students to function effectively in entry-level jobs and to enjoy productive professional careers.
  • The University aims to deploy all possible resources effectively and efficiently to attain recognition across the globe.
  • The University is committed to provide higher education in the most demanding and traditional as well as newly emerging fields, optimally using the modern educational techniques to its maximum advantage.
  • We foresee to inculcate the ability in students to be risk-takers and innovators, having team spirit, passion and integrity.
  • Consequently, the program pays particular attention to the development of students' written and oral communication skills.

Outcomes of the Program

  • We groom our students to find effective prudent solutions through problem based learning.
  • The students are equipped with robust knowledge of economics, business, social development, computing and social sciences which help them to solve problems.
  • They are trained to excel their entrepreneurial, business and managementknowledge and skills, create ideas, and then execute those ideas in such a way that work ethics, universal values and the spirit of social entrepreneurship are not compromised.
  • Communicate effectively in a variety of formats.
  • Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives when making decisions while working at the public or private sector organizations or doing business.
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BS in Economics- Program Structure

Course # Course Title Credit Hours
S E M E S T E R - I
101 English-I: Comprehension and Composition 3
102 Fundamentals of Economics 3
103 Computer Skill 3
104 Mathematics for Economics-I 3
105 Development Economics 3
106 Pakistan Studies 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
S E M E S T E R - II
107 English-11: Oral Communication and Presentation Skill 3
108 Islamic Studies/Ethics for Non-Muslims 3
109 Principles of Microeconomics 3
110 Mathematics for Economics II 3
111 Sociology 3
112 Introduction to Management 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
201 History of Economic Thought 3
202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
203 Entrepreneurship 3
204 Statistics for Economics-I 3
205 Geography of Economics 3
206 Global Issues 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
S E M E S T E R - IV
207 Islamic Economics 3
208 Economics of Pakistan 3
209 Statistics for Economics-II 3
210 Public Policy 3
211 Mercantile Law 3
212 International Economics 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
S E M E S T E R - V
301 Intermediate Microeconomics 3
302 Foreign Language 3
303 Mathematical Economics 3
304 Public Finance 3
305 Environmental Science 3
306 Psychology 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
S E M E S T E R - VI
307 Basic Econometrics-I 3
308 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3
309 Monetary Economics 3
310 Foreign Language 3
311 Globalization 3
312 Health Economics 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
401 International Trade theory or Auditing & Taxation 3
402 Research Methodology 3
403 Basic Econometrics II 3
404 Introduction to Finance 3
405 Population Economics 3
406 Environmental Economics 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18
407 Financial Accounting 3
408 Financial Institutions & Markets 3
409 Urban Development 3
410 Rural Development 3
411 Internship 3
412 Research Project/Thesis 3
Total Semester Credit Hours 18