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Overview of BS (Economics) Program

ADMISISON ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR BS ECONOMICS (04 Years Program)

Students with degree/ certificate of F.Sc. / F.A/ D.Com/ A-levels or equivalent intermediate (12 years) qualification with at least 2nd division (45% marks) from a recognized institute are eligible to apply.

ASSESSMENT/ EVALUATION

-Midterm Exam 30%

-Assignments/ Presentations/ Quizzes/ Attendance/ Laboratory etc. 20% (HoD/ Teacher concerned will determine the distribution as per their requirement)

-Final term 50%

AWARD OF DEGREE

Minimum requirement for the award of 4-year BS degree shall be a CGPA of 2.00 on a scale of 4.00


STANDARDIZED FORMAT FOR BS (4 YEAR) IN ECONOMICS

S.No.

Categories

No. of Courses

Credit Hours

1

Compulsory Requirement (No

Choice)

8

24

2

General Courses (Diversification courses) to be chosen

from other departments

8-9

24-27

3

Discipline Specific Foundation

Courses

7-8

21-24

4

Major Courses

11-14

33-42

5

Optional Courses

4-8

12-24

6

Discipline Specific Courses for BS Economics

27

81

Total

45

130-134

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Total numbers of Credit hours        130-134

 Duration                                          4 years

 Semester duration                           16-18 weeks

 Semesters                                        8

 Course Load per Semester              15-18 Cr. hr.

 Number of courses per semester    4-6

 

-List of Compulsory Courses

 

Functional English, Communication Skills, Technical Writing & Presentation Skills, Academic Reading & Writing, Islamic Studies/ Ethics, Pakistan Studies, Introduction to Information & Communication Technologies, Basic Mathematics

 

-General Courses/ Other Department Courses (Diversification)

 

Introduction to Sociology, Principles of Management, Introduction to Political Science, Principles of Management, Introduction to Indo-Pak History, Principles of Marketing, Introduction to International Relations, Fundamentals of Accounting, Introduction to Philosophy & Logic, General Science, Introduction to Commerce, Introduction to Geography, Introduction to Law, Introduction to Mass Communication, Principles of Psychology, Introduction to Anthropology, Introduction to Education, One Non-English Language Course such as Chinese, French, Arabic etc.

 

-Foundation Courses

 

Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Macroeconomics, Descriptive Statistics, Inferential Statistics, Mathematical , Economics, Econometrics

 

 

-Major Courses

 

Microeconomic Analysis, Macroeconomic Analysis, International Economics, Financial Economics, Development Economics, Monetary Economics, Islamic Economics, Public Finance

Research Methodology, Issues in Pakistan Economy, Dynamic Optimization, Time Series & Panel Data Econometrics, Economic Growth, General Equilibrium & Welfare Economics

 

-Optional Courses

 

Microeconomics                                             Macroeconomics & Public Sector Economics

Game Theory                                                  Monetary Policy

Industrial Economics                                      Fiscal Policy

Behavioral Economics                                    Cost-Benefit Analysis

Experimental Economics                                Economics of Regulation & Competitive Economy

 

Labour & Population                                   Islamic Economics

Labour Economics                                          Islamic Banking: Theory & Practice

Population Economics                                    Islamic Finance

Human Resource Development                      Divine Economics

 

International Economics & Finance           Resource Economics

Trade & Development                                                Natural Resource Economics

International Finance                                      Energy Economics

                                                                        Environmental Economics

                                                                        Economics of Climate Change

 

Development Studies                                    Other Courses

Development Policy                                        Economics of Education

Poverty and Income Distribution                    Urban Economics

Political Economy                                          Transport Economics

History of Economic Thought                        Health Economics

World Economic History                                Institutional Economics

Economics of Happiness & Well-being          Real Analysis

                                                                       

Pre-requisites

 

-          Basic Mathematics is pre-requisite for Mathematical Economics. 

-          Descriptive Statistics and Inferential Statistics are pre-requisite for Econometrics. 

-          Principles of Microeconomics is pre-requisite for Intermediate Microeconomics.

-          Principles of Macroeconomics is pre-requisite for Intermediate Macroeconomics.

-          Econometrics is pre-requisite for Econometrics of Time Series and Panel Data.

-          Mathematical Economics is pre-requisite for Dynamic Optimization.

-          Intermediate Microeconomics is pre-requisite for Microeconomic Analysis

-          Intermediate Macroeconomics is pre-requisite for Macroeconomic Analysis

-          Intermediate Microeconomics is pre-requisite for General Equilibrium & Welfare Economics

 


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