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.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

  • 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

JOB MARKET

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.

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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.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

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.

JOB MARKET

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

(Entrepreneurship)

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 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.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • 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

JOB MARKET

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

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.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

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.

JOB MARKET

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

(Economics and Finance)

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 ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE

BS Islamic Banking and Finance is an under graduate degree offered by the Department of Business Administration. The degree is primarily designed to equip students with Islamic financial sector’s knowledge, and its application in the banking sector. It will also help address the growing employment needs of the Islamic finance industry by producing trained human resource for them.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Discuss the modes of Islamic Economics, Finance and Banking system with methods that differentiate from conventional base application.

  • Explain the profit & loss sharing in the transitions or projects with the Islamic applications, methods and practices.

  • Use the correct form of language for the system which gives the accurate understanding of the Islamic Economics, Finance and Banking system at academic level.

  • Assess the policies regarding restrictions and permissions in the Islamic Economics, Finance and Banking

  • Provide awareness about prohibited acts in the monetary dealing that makes the system transparent and viable of socio-economic line of the community.

JOB MARKET

Islamic Banking is a growing field not only in Pakistan but also in the entire Muslim World. BS Islamic Banking and Finance degree opens the door of the Islamic Banking sector for the candidates wishing to pursue successful career in the Islamic Banking sector.

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Title

Course Code
HUM111 M1 (Functional English)
CSC111 M2 (Introduction to Information and Communications Technology)
M3 (Sociology)
BUS122 Fundamentals of Management
CO1
HUM231 M4 (Communication Skills)
HUM122 M5 (Pak + Islamic Studies)
HUM112 M6 (Personal Development)
BUS121 Micro Economics
BUS111 Fundamentals of Marketing
CSC102 CO2
HUM241 M7 (World Literature)
HUM232 M8 (Ethics & Social Responsibility)
BUS242 Macroeconomics
BUS231 Financial Accounting Principles
HUM234 CO3
CO4
HUM121 M9 (Academic & Professional Writing)
SSC231 M10 (World History)
BUS352 Principles of Finance
BUS354 Business Statistics/Probability and Statistics
IBF241 Islamic Jurisprudence
CO5
BUS241 M11 (Intro to Entrepreneurship)
HUM233 M12 (Intro to Philosophy & Critical Thinking)
BUS353 Organizational Behaviour
IBF351 Cost and Management Accounting
CO6
CO7
IBF362 Research Methods & Skills
IBF361 Business Law and Taxation (Business Taxation and Public Finance)
BUS364 Data Analytics/Business Analytics
IBF362 Corporate Finance
IBF363 Islamic Law of Contracts
CO8
IBF372 Islamic Banking and Finance
IBF373 Money, Banking and finance
IBF374 Financial Modeling
IBF375 Portfolio Management
IBF371 Project I / Elective I
IBF485 Islamic Financial Trade products and Structuring
IBF482 Islamic Financial Participatory products and Structuring
IBF483 Risk Management for IFIs
IBF484 Takaful Operations
IBF481 Project II / Elective II