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This subject is all about study of wealth in relation with its population, politics and policies. Study of economics enables learners to get deeper understanding of production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.

SEMESTER I

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
1 ECON-301 Introduction to Economics 3(3-0)
2 ECON-303 Introduction to Economy of Pakistan 2(2-0)
3 STAT-301 Basics of Statistics 2(2-0)
4 CS-301 Introduction to Computing 3(3-0)
5 MATH-301 Mathematics-I 3(3-0)
6 ENG-301 Functional English 3(3-0)
7 IS-301 Islamic Studies 2 2-0

SEMESTER II

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-302 Introduction to Microeconomics 3(3-0)
2 ECON-304 Introduction to Macroeconomics 3(3-0)
3 ECON-306 Introduction to Marketing 3(3-0)
4 SOC-308 Introduction to Sociology 3(3-0)
5 MATH-302 Mathematics-II 3(3-0)
6 ENG-302 Communication Skills 3(3-0)
7 SSH-302 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)

SEMESTER III

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-401 Agricultural Economics 2(2-0)
2 ECON-403 Introduction to Banking and Finance 3(3-0)
3 ECON-405 Econometrics-I 3(3-0)
4 ECON-407 Elementary Calculus 3(3-0)
5 ECON-409 Islamic Economics 3(3-0)
6 MGT-411 Introduction to Management 3(3-0)

SEMESTER IV

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-402 Institutional Economics 3(3-0)
2 ECON-404 Principles of Accounting 3(3-0)
3 ECON-406 Econometrics-II 3(3-0)
4 ECON-408 Development Economics-I 3(3-0)
5 MATH-415 Differential Equations 3(3-0)
6 STAT-402 Introduction to Statistics 3(3-0)

SEMESTER V

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-501 Microeconomics 3(3-0)
2 ECON-503 Macroeconomics 3(3-0)
3 ECON-505 Economic Problems of Pakistan 3(3-0)
4 ECON-507 Mathematics for Economists 3(3-0)
5 ECON-509 Development Economics-II 3(3-0)
6 ECON-508 Human Resource Development 3(3-0)

SEMESTER VI

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-502 International Economics 3(3-0)
2 ECON-504 Production Economics 3(3-0)
3 ECON-506 Public Finance 3(3-0)
4 ECON-520 Seminar 1(1-0)
5 ECON-510 Political Economy of Pakistan 3(3-0)
6 ECON-512 Environmental Economics 3(3-0)

SEMESTER VII

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-601 International Trade 3(3-0)
2 ECON-603 Monetary Economics 3(3-0)
3 ECON-605 Rural Development 3(3-0)
4 ECON-607 Natural Resource Economics 2(2-0)
5 ECON-609 Managerial Economics 3(3-0)
6 STAT-601 Experimental Design 3(3-0)

SEMESTER VIII

S.no. Course no. Course Title Credit hrs.
S.No. Course No. Course Title Credit Hours
1 ECON-602 Project Planning and Management 3(3-0)
2 ECON-604 Research Methods in Economics 2(1-2)
3 ECON-606 Marketing System Analysis 3(3-0)
4 ECON-608 Labour Economics 2(2-0)
5 ECON-619 Special Problem 1(1-0)
6 ECON-612 Internship 3(0-6)
BS Economics
  • A person holding intermediate certificate, A-level or equivalent certificate from any recognized institute with at least second division or overall 50% marks shall be eligible for admission to BS Economics programme
  • Admission will be on open merit basis; based on academic achievement in intermediate.
  • A candidate must not be more than 23 years of age on 1st October of the year of admission, provided that the Vice-Chancellor may relax age limit in very exceptional cases.
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