The 4-year degree has a strong emphasis on developing employable skills and currently offers specializations in Accounting and Finance, Operations Management and Marketing and Sales Management, and Human Resource Management. The program has been designed to ensure that students understand best practice in business and function efficiently in the practical world. The course contents intend to provide the right balance between academics and real world application.
Students take core (required) courses throughout the four years of the program and begin to take courses in their areas of specialization from the third year. Business students are expected to maintain a minimum CGPA of 2.0 during the program. However, they are expected to maintain a higher CGPA in their major. Students take 72 credit hours in their business major (66 in taught courses and six in the mandatory Internship) as well as 51 credit hours in General Education and 15 in free electives (six of which are for the Summer Internship). The choice of specialization is made in the second year.
- Describe key concepts and theory of best practice in management, finance, and marketing
- Demonstrate technical rigor for analysis and decision making in business
- Apply leadership skills for effective future business management
- Analyze the demands of the local environment and apply business skills and tools to the real world
- Consistently use values and ethics in a business environment
- Describe entrepreneurial career opportunities that serve the needs of Pakistan and the international community
- Students who have passed their Intermediate
- A- Level students who have cleared at least 3 principal A-Level exams (not AS Level) Equivalence attested from the IBCC Needed .
- A- Level students who have given their A levels exams in October, November and are awaiting results are eligible to apply, they need to attach a copy of the statement of entry.
- Students who have done their American High School. Equivalence needed attested from the IBCC .
- Students who have done their Intermediate from the Technical Board