department of management sciences

Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance (BS-AF)    –     (4 Years)

Semesters: 08                                  Total Credit Hours: 136 Cr. Hours
The BS Finance and Accounting program is designed to prepare students with the specialized knowledge and skills required to meet the new market challenges posed by the complex financial situations emerging in today’s business enterprises. It is widely accepted that practical financial management could mean the difference between a successful and an unsuccessful venture. Therefore, BS Finance and Accounting are tailored to impart financial management education and skills with fundamentals and advanced knowledge of finance and accounting with a global perspective. As investment marketplaces, asset classes, processes, mechanics, underlying investment, and numerical skills to understand and enable the practice of investment-related mathematics. The primary objective of BS Finance and Accounting is to assess the profit and loss of the financial transactions and provide an impartial view of the business. Consequently, to safeguard the financial interests of various internal and external corporate stakeholders connected to the industry. Program Outcomes

By the end of this program, students will exhibit an ability to:

  • Understand and apply finance and accounting theory
  • Explain and apply international accounting standards
  • Comprehensively evaluate the financial statement information
  • Estimate and compare different investments
  • Identify, define, and review pertinent research questions, relevant literature, and an appropriate methodology
  • Analyze by solving valuation and investment problems
  • Communicate financial information effectively in corporate settings.
  • Design solutions for business problems by keeping business standards, cultural, societal, environmental, and ethical values under consideration.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES The program is designed to offer students a well-diversified business background which is important to the finance and accounting professional in today’s technology-driven, and dynamic, global business environment. This degree prepares you for a rewarding career in any sector of the economy. Graduates can work as financial accountants, forensic accountants, management accountants, auditors, chief financial officers, financial advisors, and tax specialists. There are also a number of pathways to choose from including audit, taxation, budget analysis, financial accounting, and management accounting CURRICULUM The curriculum for BS Finance and Accounting is made up of a minimum of 135 credit hours. For this purpose, the students are required to complete 43 courses, and a 6 credit hours project/ thesis. It covers all major functional areas of accounting and finance. These 135 credit hours are divided into five (5) parts: (1) General education courses – 18 credit hours; (2) Basic Business Core Courses- 48 credit hours; (3) Accounting and Finance Core Courses and Labs -51 credit hours; (4) Accounting and Finance specialization – 12 credit hours (5) Final project- 6 credit hours.

Accounting Specialization

  1. Legal and Regulatory Environment
  2. Tax Management and Optimization
  3. Accounting for Actuarial Science
  4. Treasury and Funds Management
  5. Merger and Acquisition Accounting
  6. Positive Accounting Theory
  7. Data Mining for Business Accounting
  8. Issues in Financial Reporting
  9. Advance auditing
  10. Accounting for multinationals

Finance Specialization

  1. Corporate Governance
  2. Financial Derivatives
  3. Treasury and Funds Management
  4. Business Analysis and Financial Decision Making
  5. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  6. Advance Corporate Finance
  7. Financial Econometrics
  8. Public Finance
  9. International Banking
  10. Behavioral Finance
  11. Mergers and Acquisitions
  12. International Financial
  13. Branch Banking
  14. Marketing of Financial Services
  15. Strategic Financial Management
  16. Contemporary Issues in finance
  17. Regulations and Financial Markets
  18. Sharia Compliant Financial Markets and Institutions
  19. Financial technology
  20. Green Finance

Note: The Program Coordinator can offer courses from a variety of electives in an area of specialization depending upon the availability of faculty and changing market trends. The list of elective courses is not exhaustive and new courses can be added once approved from the Academic Committee of the Institute. INTERNSHIP It is mandatory for students to do a 9-Week corporate internship (0 credit hours) after completion of their fourth semester. The University has a policy of full compliance to the guidelines/requirements prescribed by HEC and/or concerned accreditation council for the degree program.

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1Functional English3
2International Relations3
3Introduction To Mathematics3
4Every Day Science3
5Physical Education & Sports3
6Accounting – I3


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1Communication & Presentation Skills3
2Introduction To Psychology3
3Analytical Reasoning 3
4Foreign Language3
5Environmental Sciences3
6Accounting – II3
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1Professional Writing3
2Islamic Studies3
3Pakistan Studies3
4Human Resource Management3
5Money and Banking3
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1Cost and Management Accounting3
3Principles of Management 3
4Business Finance3
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1Corporate and Business Law3
2Computer Applications to Business3
3Professional Ethics3
4Principle of Marketing3
5Business Analytics3
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1Advance Management Accounting 3
2Financial Management3
3Financial Reporting 3
4Business Research Methods3
5Business Taxation3
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1Corporate Finance3
2Contemporary Taxation3
3Elective – I 3
4Elective – II3
5Final Year Project3
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2Financial Statement Analysis3
3Elective – III3
4Elective – IV3
5Final Year Project6


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