The program BS in Economics is launched for students of non-economics backgrounds. It consists of five semesters. The first semester is the foundation semester in which the basics of economics are taught to students so that they become at par with the students having economic backgrounds. At least five subjects with 3 credit hours each (total 15 credit hours) will be offered in each semester. Every subject contains 100 marks. The bifurcation of marks includes 25 marks for the Mid-Term exam, 10 marks for Attendance, 15 sessional marks, and 50 marks for final terminal exams. At the completion of course work, every student will have to write a carry out a research project/dissertation which follows viva voce.
The Department of Economics carries a mission to develop human resources and transform them into human capital through rigorous teaching, training, and research so that they can significantly contribute to national development. This mission is accomplished through providing quality infrastructure, quality education, and quality training so that the student, after completing education, must be not only innovative, charismatic, and knowledgeable but also a perfect human being and a good citizen. This mission is developed in line with the Best University in Multan’s mission, which stresses the need to inculcate professional knowledge, skill, and ethical values among the students.
ADP in relevant Education with at least 2nd division.
The students having a BS in Economics 2-year degree can start their own business, join the Economic Departments of any institution, work as an independent consultant, conduct research on any project, and get admission in Pakistani and foreign universities for higher education.
|English IV||Intermediate Macroeconomics||Statistics-II|
|World Economic History||Optional (Non-Economics)||Microeconomics|
|Macroeconomics||Mathematical Economics-I||Issues in Pak Economy|
|Optional (Non-Economics)||Economic Growth||Econometrics-I|
|Mathematical Economics II||Elective I||Elective II|
|International Trade Theory||Research Methods||Public sector Economics|
|Islamic Economics||Monetary Economics||Elective-IV|