BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Bachelors of Business Administration (BBA) is an undergraduate academic program offered by the Department of Business Administration, and is designed to equip students with cutting-edge technical knowledge, strong analytical and communication skills, and proficient managerial and entrepreneurial ability.

  • Explain core concepts in business and related disciplines
  • Demonstrate interpersonal and intrapersonal skills in groups and teams
  • Analyze business and related problems and formulate optimal solutions
  • Communicate through oral and written means by using appropriate technology
  • Identify and implement business opportunities and ideas
  • Exhibit work ethics and promote sustainable development goals

There is a vast spectrum of jobs for the BBAs across the globe in a number of fields such as accounting, finance, marketing, supply chain and management. BBA degrees prepare students to enter into the business world.

Course Type

Course Code

Course Name

 

HUM111 

M1 (Functional English)

 

HUM112 

M3 (Personal Development)

 

BUS111

Fundamentals of Management

 

ASC141

CO1 (Introduction to Statistics)

 

 HUM 121

M4 (Academic& Professional Writing)

 

HMT 221

M5 (Islamic Studies)

 

HUM 233 

M6 (Philosophy and Critical Thinking

 

BUS121

Microeconomics

 

BUS122

Fundamentals of Marketing

 

 

CO2 (Introduction to Mathematics

 

 HUM 231

M7 (Communication Skills)

 

 HUM 232

M8 (Ethics Social Responsibility)

 

SSC 231

M9 (World History)

 

BUS231

Financial Accounting and Principles

 

 

CO3

 

 

CO4

 

 HMT 231

M10 (Pakistan Studies)

 

 HUM 241

M11 (World Lit)

 

BUS241

M12 (Intro to Entrepreneurship)

 

BUS242

Macroeconomics

 

 

CO5

 

 

CO6

 

BUS351

Cost Accounting

 

BUS352

Principles of Finance

 

BUS353

Organizational Behavior

 

BUS354

Business Statistics (NEW)

 

 

CO7

 

 

CO8

 

BUS361

Management Accounting

 

BUS362

Research Methods & Skills

 

BUS363

Operations Management

 

BUS364

Business Analytics

 

BUS365

Human Resource Theory & Practice

 

BUS366

Marketing Planning & Applications

 

BUS471

Research Project I

 

BUS472

Financial Management and Applications

 

BUS473

Supply Chain Management

 

BUS474

Islamic Banking and Finance

 

BUS475

Managing the Entrepreneurial Venture

 

BUS481

Research Project II

 

BUS482

Business Law and Taxation

 

BUS483

Organizational Theory and Design

 

BUS484

International Business

 

BUS485

Consumer Behavior

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM111

Functional English

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

CSC111

Introduction to Information and Communications Technology

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM112

Personal Development

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM121

Academic & Professional Writing

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

BUS241

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM123

Critical Thinking & Philosophy

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM231

Communication Skills

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM232

Ethics and Social Responsibility

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

SSC231

World History

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM122

Pakistan Studies

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

SSC232

Sociology

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

HUM241

World Literature

University Mandatory Courses and Common Optional Courses Of BBA

ASC141

Probability and Statistics

Bachelor of Social Sciences

HMT302

Psychology

Bachelor of Social Sciences

DSC140

Introduction to International Relations

Bachelor of Social Sciences

DSC100

Introduction to Development Studies

Bachelor of Social Sciences

ENG121

Public Speaking

Bachelor of Social Sciences

DSC101

Introduction to Environmental Studies



BS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

BS Entrepreneurship is an under graduate degree. The degree is primarily designed to provide training to would-be entrepreneurs in how to start and operate a business. The program aims to educate and train students who will be competent, committed, and compassionate entrepreneurs.

After completion of BS Entrepreneurship, students will be able to:

  • Identify the opportunities and threats in the environment.
  • Evaluate potential business plans.
  • Formulate effective business plan
  • Oversee the implementation of business plans.

A degree in entrepreneurship can benefit business owners in almost every industry. The business skills gained from earning an associate degree in entrepreneurship apply to any business venture. Different positions for which jobs can be get are in the field of:

  • Business Administration
  • Finance
  • Project Management
  • Public Relation

Course Type

Course Code

Course Name

 

HUM111

M1 (Functional English)

 

CSC111

M2 (Introduction to Computer Science)

 

HUM112

M3 (Personal Development)

 

BUS122

Fundamentals of Management

 

CSC202

CO1 (Introduction to Statistics)

 

HUM121

M4 (Academic Writing)

 

HUM122

M5 (Pak/Islamic Studies)

 

 

M6 (Philosophy)

 

BUS121

Micro Economics

 

BUS111

Fundamentals of Marketing

 

CSC102

CO2 (Introduction to Mathematics)

 

HUM231

M7 (Communication Skills)

 

HUM232

M8 (Ethics & Social Responsibility)

 

SSC231

M9 (World History)

 

BUS231

Financial Accounting

 

HUM234

CO3

 

 

CO4

 

HUM233

M10 (Critical Thinking)

 

HUM241

M11 (World Literature)

 

BUS241

M12 (Intro to Entrepreneurship)

 

BUS242

Macroeconomics

 

 

CO5

 

 

CO6

 

BUS366

Marketing Planning & Applications

 

BUS352

Principles of Finance

 

BUS475

Managing the Entrepreneurial Venture

 

BUS354

Business Statistics

 

 

CO7

 

BUS353

Organizational Behaviour

 

 

CO8

 

BUS362

Research Methods & Skills

 

BUS485

Consumer Behaviour

 

BUS364

Data Analytics

 

BUS365

Human Resource Theory & Practice

 

BUS482

Business Law and Taxation

 

ENT474

Product Development and Design

 

ENT472

Analysis of Pakistani Industries

 

ENT473

Emerging Media Marketing

 

ENT471

Field Work – I*

 

ENT484

Launching and Financing a Venture

 

ENT482

Social Entrepreneurship

 

ENT483

SME Management

 

ENT481

Field Work- II*



BS ECONOMICS & FINANCE

BS Economics and Finance is an under graduate degree. The program is the blend of different courses like theoretical, quantitative and applied areas in economics and finance, which will enable the students to review, analyze and provide solutions to complex problems with intellectual independence.

After completion of BS Economics and Finance degree, students will be able to: 

  • Explain the concepts of economic and finance.
  • Demonstrate the understanding of macro and micro economic 
  • Demonstrate the understanding of the concepts of financial and managerial accounting.
  • Understand and explain the concepts of demand, supply, markets, and elasticities of demand and supply.
  • Explain the concepts of production, costs, and different market structures.

The BS (Economics & Finance) is a highly specialized degree, preparing the graduate as having expertise in Economics and Finance. Roles related to an Economics & Finance degree include:

  • Economist
  • Accounting technician
  •  Chartered accountant 
  • Forensic accountant
  • Investment banker
  • Stockbroker 
  • Tax adviser
  • Retail banker

Course Type

Course Code

Course Name

 

HUM111

M1 (Functional English)

 

CSC111

M2 (Introduction to Computer Science)

 

HUM112

M3 (Personal Development)

 

BUS111

Fundamentals of Management

 

CSC202

CO1 (Introduction to Statistics)

 

HUM121

M4 (Academic Writing)

 

HUM122

M5 (Pak + Islamic Studies)

 

HUM233

M6 (Philosophy)

 

BUS121

Micro Economics

 

BUS111

Fundamentals of Marketing

 

CSC102

CO2 (Introduction to Mathematics)

 

HUM231

M7 (Communication Skills)

 

HUM232

M8 (Ethics & Social Responsibility)

 

SSC231

M9 (World History)

 

BUS231

Financial Accounting

 

HUM234

CO3

 

 

CO4

 

HUM233

M10 (Critical Thinking)

 

SSC231

M11 (World Literature)

 

BUS241

M12 (Intro to Entrepreneurship)

 

BUS242

Macroeconomics

 

BUS354

Business Statistics

 

 

CO5

 

BUS351

Cost Accounting

 

BUS352

Principles of Finance

 

BUS365

Human Resource Theory & Practice

 

 

CO6

 

 

CO7

 

BUS353

Organizational Behavior

 

 

CO8

 

BUS362

Research Methods & Skills

 

BUS361

Management Accounting

 

BUS364

Data Analytics

 

BEF361

Corporate Finance

 

BEF362

Financial Statement Analysis

 

BEF374

Mathematical Economics

 

BEF372

Monitory Economics

 

BEF373

Computer Integrated financial Management

 

BEF371

Business Law and Taxation

 

 

Project I

 

IBF471

Islamic Banking and Finance

 

BEF484

Development Economics

 

BEF482

Issues in Pakistan Economy

 

BEF483

Basic Econometrics

 

BEF481

Project II

bs ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

BS Accounting and Finance is an under graduate degree. The aim of the degree is to make students comprehend complex matters concerning finance and accounts. Our courses help students become proficient with numbers and develop analytical skills necessary for financial administrative roles.

  • Explain core concepts in business and related disciplines
  • Demonstrate interpersonal and intrapersonal skills in groups and teams
  • Analyze business and related problems and formulate optimal solutions
  • Communicate through oral and written means by using appropriate technology
  • Identify and implement business opportunities and ideas
  • Exhibit work ethics and promote sustainable development goals

The BS (Accounting & Finance) is a highly specialized degree, preparing the graduate as having expertise in Accountancy and Finance. Roles related to an Accounting & Finance degree include:

  • Accounting technician
  • Chartered accountant
  • Investment banker
  • Stockbroker
  • Tax adviser
  • Actuary
  • Data analyst
  • Retail banker

Course Type

Course Code

Course Name

 

HUM111

Functional English

 

CSC111

Intro. To Computer Science

 

HUM113

Intro. To Sociology

 

 

CO1

 

ANF111

Financial Accounting 1

 

HUM112

Personal Development

 

HUM121

Academic Writing

 

HUM233

Critical thinking/Philosophy

 

 

CO2

 

BUS352

Principles of Finance

 

BUS121

Microeconomics

 

SSC231

World History

 

HUM231

Communication Skills

 

BUS241

Intro. Entrepreneurship

 

 

CO3

 

 

CO4

 

ANF231

Financial Accounting 2

 

HUM241

World literature

 

HMT231

Islamic/Pakistan Studies

 

HUM232

Ethics & Social Responsibility

 

 

CO5

 

BUS242

Macroeconomics

 

BUS351

Cost Accounting

 

 

CO6

 

BUS361

Management Accounting

 

BUS472

Financial Management & Application

 

BUS354

Business Statistics

 

BUS482

Business Law & Taxation

 

ANF232

Advance Financial Accounting

 

BUS364

Business Analytics

 

BAF361

Corporate Finance

 

BAF362

Audit and Assurance

 

IBF372

Islamic Banking & Finance

 

BAF363

Accounting and Financial Information System

 

BAF364

Analysis of Financial Statements

 

BAF371

RP-I

 

BAF472

Financial Reporting I

 

BAF473

Strategic Cost & Management Accounting

 

BAF474

Financial risk Management

 

BAF475

Financial Institutions and Markets

 

BAF481

RP-II

 

BAF482

Financial Reporting II

 

BAF483

Money and Investment Banking

 

BAF484

International Finance

 

BAF485

Treasury and Fund Management