1 Course Description BSSC-3101 Functional English I This course provides the students Language skills for effective communication, organizational communication, the writing process, designing business documents, writing business correspondence, preparing reports, proposals, manuals and presentation, preparing employment and administrative messages, business terminology for marketing and trade, communicating with the customer BSSC-3103 Islamic Studies/Pak Studies This course is aimed at to provide Basic information about Islamic Studies and to enhance understanding of the students regarding Islamic Civilization. Improving student s skill to perform prayers and other worships. Enhance the skill of the students for understanding of issues related to faith and religious life. BSSC-3103 Pakistan Studies This course aim to develop vision of historical perspective, government, politics, contemporary Pakistan, ideological background of Pakistan. Study the process of governance, national development, issues arising in the modern age and posing challenges to Pakistan. BSSE-3102 Introduction to Psychology Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and cognitive processes. Psychology is curious, interesting and pragmatic. It attempts to comprehend human nature. The basic course in psychology will provide the basis for the better comprehension of Management Sciences. Management is essentially getting things done from other people and this is not possible without adeeper understanding of human behavior. The scope of psychology is a neverexpanding phenomenon. Now psychological knowledge is applied to solve the problems of such diverse areas as management, environment, business, education, industry, and other important fields. BCMP-3101 Introduction to Computers Introduction to Computer is designed to familiarize students with computers and their applications. It will also emphasize the use of computers and technology throughout their high school, college, and future careers. Students will learn fundamental concepts of computer hardware and software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and multimedia presentations. BACC-3101 Introduction to Book & Accounting Purpose and Nature of Accounting, Various areas of Accounting Forms of Business enterprises, Accounting Information users, GAAP, Conversion, Business transaction and Accounting equation; Accounting Process: Recording changes in financial position, Double entry Accounting system, Journal, Ledger, Trial Balance; The Accounting cycle: Measuring business income, adjusting process, Completion of Accounting Cycle, Work sheet, Financial Statements. BSSC-3204 Functional English II This course aims at helping students develop a positive, constructive and practical approach to effective written and oral communication in business and professional settings. Audience awareness, developing a design, handling questions and answers, personal presence, style and body language are some other aspects that will be discussed.
2 BMAT-3201 Applied Mathematics This course aims to familiarize the students with the various contents of Applied Mathematics such as Preliminaries, Linear Equations, Systems of Linear Equations, Linear Functions Applications, Mathematical Functions, Quadratic & Polynomial Functions, Exponential & Logarithmic Functions, Matrix Algebra, Differentiation & Integration, Mathematics of Finance, Basic Algebra, Linear Equations and Inequalities and Graphs, Quadratic Equation and their Application, Simultaneous Equations, Progressions of Sequence, and Series and their application in Business, Ratios, Proportions and Percentages. BACC-3202 Financial Accounting The primary aim of Financial Accounting is to provide students with an introduction to the process and function of financial reporting. Whilst a large proportion of the course is aimed at understanding accounting as a process, taking a preparer s perspective, we will also seek to develop an understanding of the importance of the role of accounting in today s society. BECO-3201 Micro Economics The aim of this course is to provide the future management student knowledge about the basic elements of supply and demand, application of supply and demand, demand and consumer behavior, analysis of cost, behavior of perfectly competitive market, monopoly, duopoly and oligopoly and monopolistic competition BSSC-3205 Logic The objective of this course is to sharpen the intellect of the students, develop their reasoning ability, strengthen their understanding, and promote clear thinking. BSTA-4102 Statistics The main objectives of the course are to enhance student s competency in application of statistics to solve business management problems and to improve their level of quantitative sophistication for further advanced business analysis. BACC-4104 Advanced Financial Accounting This course is built upon the Financial Accounting Course in the sense that it provides advanced treatment of basic techniques learned in the first course of Financial Accounting. It mainly focus upon the company accounts and their understanding in the context of the IAS and companies ordinance BMAT-4102 Business Law The course basically deals with the introduction of those commercial laws which are directly or indirectly related to Business. It includes a short study of contract law, partnership Act, companies ordinance and Negotiable instrument. The emphasis in this course is to introduce the students with the basic concepts of conventional business law and its implementation in the contemporary financial institutions. The course is outlined in such a way to show the basic philosophy of conventional Business Law along with some example from case study
3 BECO-4103 Macro Economics This course aims at giving students knowledge about the working of a mixed economy at the aggregate level under pinning of aggregate output and income determination, key macroeconomics problems and major policy debate. The basic themes are extended to find out how the disciplines of national income, macroeconomics in closed and open economy, macroeconomic stabilization policies, macro-economic components (consumption, saving, private investment, interest etc.), public finance, money and banking link up with conventional macroeconomics. BLAW-4103 Money, Banking and Credit Management Understanding money and its functions, The Monetary System, The Monetary Policy, The Role of, State Bank, Prudential Regulation, Commercial Banking, Banks and Financial Intermediaries, Credit Creation, The Macro Role of Banks, Modern Banking Instruments, Theories of Islamic Finance. BACC-4204 Cost Accounting The Course deals with examining Cost Accounting as a tool for providing information for manufacturing, internal reporting, external reporting as well as for managerial decision making. The broad course objectives are to help students to understand the central concepts of Cost Accounting, the methods of conducting data analysis preparation of reports for managerial decision making. BMAT-4202 Calculus Introduce the students to differentiation and integration of basic functions of one variable; functions of several variables; partial derivatives; optimization problems; some applications to business and Economics. BECO-4203 Pakistan Economy This course aims to familiarize students with the various important factors/sectors of the Pakistani economy; such as Agricultural Sector, Industry, Population, Education, Healthy, Services in industry, Foreign trade, Monetary policy, Fiscal policy, Banking, Inflation, Labor Force, GDP, Capital Markets and Infrastructure. BSTA-4203 Statistical Inferences Sets and Probability, Concept of Random Variables, Possibilities, Probabilities and expectations, Some Rules of Probability, Sampling Theory, Estimation Theory, Testing Hypothesis: One sample Tests, Two Sample Tests, Regression and Correlation, Analysis of Variance, The Chi-Square Distribution, The F-Distribution and Statistical Inference Tests Based on F-Distribution, The students t-distribution, Computer applications in Statistics. BLAW-4203 Company Law This course is designed to acquaint the students with Company, Business and Labor Laws. The course will provide guidelines to think pragmatically for the solution of Business and Industrial problems. BMKT-5101 Principles of Marketing This course is designed to introduce foundations of marketing as they relate to the whole business enterprise. This course will focus on developing an understanding of key marketing concepts.
4 BSSE-5106 Business Communication and Report Writing This course is intended to provide participants with advanced understanding of the concepts and principles of professional business communication and to support the development of their skills in interpersonal, spoken and business related communications through practice and feedback. BMAT-5103 Business Mathematics and Statistics The scope of the course is to see the horizon of Mathematics & Statistics application in business and financial affairs. The course stresses business applications using arithmetic, algebra, and ratio-proportion and graphing. BMGT-5103 Principles of Management This is a rudimentary course for the students of business administration. The focus of attention will be given to learning fundamental principles of management and of managing people and organization in a historical as well as contemporary world. Students are expected to develop analytical and conceptual framework of how people are managed in small, medium and large public and private national and international organizations. BCMP-5102 IT in Business and Office Automation Introduction to Information Technology, Understanding Computer Systems, Computer Hardware, Operating Systems, Application Software, Programming Languages, Files and Data Basics, Data Communication, Networking Basics, Internet Basics, E-Commerce, Computer Graphics, Computer Security and Controls, MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Power point, MS Project, Internet Browsers, Databases, Information Systems importance in Business, E-Banking. BHRM-5101 Human Resource Management This course is basically designed to provide students the basic understanding of key HRM functions, which include HR planning, recruitment & selection, compensation, performance evaluation, and training & development. Since human resource provides a competitive advantage that ultimately has a vital role in success and effectiveness of any organization, this course emphasizes on the understanding of the basic concepts of managing human resource and their applications in today s organizations. BBRM-5201 Applied Business Research This course is designed to give an overview of the principles and methods of business research: identification of research question, development of theoretical framework and model, securing the respondents, making a test investigation, sampling, collecting data, types and errors of collected data, tabulating and analyzing the information, interpreting the findings and stating the conclusion through a series of class projects. BFIN-5201 Financial Management The module aims at building competence in corporate finance further by extending the coverage in Business Finance module to include three more of the finance functions financial planning and control, working capital management and financing sources. It continues to emphasize on strategic decision making techniques that best serve the interests of shareholders, which is to maximize the value of the company.
5 MCMP-5203 Management Information System This is a fundamental course for the students of business administration. The course is designed to give concept of information systems and their importance for business success. Different information technology applications in business to manage better and how it will provide support to decision makers for strategic business decisions will be discussed. Different applications like hospital information systems, corporate information systems, city information systems, crime information and control systems, Transaction process system etc. will be discussed. BMGT-6104 Production and Operations Management The main objectives of the course are to introduce the field of production/operations management. Topics to be covered represent a bland of concepts from industrial engineering, cost accounting, general management, quantitative methods and statistics. This will include some operations as well as strategic issues such as: applied forecasting, aggregate planning, scheduling, shop floor control, total quality management, inventory management and facility layout and project management. BMGT-6105 Entrepreneurship The course puts a strong emphasis on the development of a real world, workable, implementable business plan that applies the proper methods, techniques and skills needed for successfully developing and growing a new venture. While some theory will be explored, the major thrust of this course will be to ensure that the primary product of the course, the Business Plan, and other assignments which have immediate and real world application. Managerial Economics The course provides practical guidelines to students to analyze in depth the managerial decisions in the market. It enables students to comprehend the complexity, risk element, and key success in business. A sound background of mathematical and statistical tools makes the understanding of the subject matter more interesting and easier. BMGT-6207 Organizational Behavior In this course we will review the basics of organizational culture, organizational change and development, structure and design and employment relationship and career management. Throughout the course we will integrate the potential moderating efforts of relevant cross cultural variables on managerial perceptions. BMGT-6208 Total Quality Management Total Quality Management (TQM) is a comprehensive and fundamental rule or belief for leading and operating an organization, aimed at continually improving performance over the long term by focusing on customers while addressing the needs of all stakeholders. It is both a philosophy and a set of guiding principles that represent the foundation of a continuously improving organization. The bottom line of TQM is results: increased productivity, efficiency, customer satisfaction/delight, and world-class performance.