The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Economics is a four-year degree program aimed to provide students with a sound economics background. Students are prepared for entry-level roles in private and public sector enterprises, development organizations, banks, education, and research organizations through a well-coordinated curriculum. This program's diverse courses provide students with numerous possibilities to improve their knowledge base. Students can apply the quantitative techniques they've learned in the curriculum to economic and financial challenges in the public and private sectors in the fourth year's Economics research project.
The curriculum consists of a combination of theoretical, quantitative, and applied economics courses that will enable students to study, analyze, and solve difficult problems with intellectual independence. It gives the students a broad understanding of economic theory as it relates to global economic concerns and how they affect Pakistan's economy. It promotes in students the ability to become excellent independent researchers and learners through detailed knowledge. Professionals with a solid understanding of economics and the ability to recognize and analyze difficulties encountered by developing countries such as Pakistan are provided in this program.
- Islamic Economics
- Intermediate Micro & Macro Economics
- World Economic Histroy
- Mathematical Economics
- Development Economics
- Principles of Macroeconomics
- Principles of Microeconomics
- Statistics I & II
- Research Methodoly
- 12 years of education with minimum 2nd division or equivalent marks.
- Passing entrance test with the required marks.
A bachelor’s degree in economics is extremely valuable and required for developing countries. Pakistan is a developing country, and its economy is growing as well. The Economist is in charge of the country’s production, investment, transportation, retailing, and consumption. BS Economics has a wide range of applications in a variety of fields. It can also be carried forward to higher studies.
Economists are employed by the private sector in finance and accounting divisions. The Pakistani government has a number of divisions that require trained economists. The Institute of Economic Affairs is dedicated to studying Pakistan’s economic situation. The Bureau of Statistics and the banking industry are two of the most important areas for economists to work. Banks hire economists to assist them in analyzing various trade imbalances and service portfolios.