The objective of the BS Program in Economics is to let the students understand the fundamental principles and concepts in Economics. Courses in this program provide the principles, methods and techniques
that are essential for a critical and appreciative understanding of the functions of economy and its various dimensions. Students will learn how to apply theoretical principles to real world economic problems. The students will also acquire the skills in analytical techniques and methods and their applications across the broad field of Economics. Students will develop critical and rational reasoning so as to be able to work on complex problems and be able to develop careers in teaching, research, industry and government.
A student must achieve 144 semester credits for the award of a bachelors degree. Out of this total requirement, at least 60 credits must be completed in general education including sciences, mathematics, social sciences, language and humanities; minimum 48 credits in core subjects related to the degree program of the student; 24 credits in Electives in Economics.
Holders of any of the following qualifications:
High School graduation (12 years of school education)
Higher Secondary School Certificate or Intermediate (FA/FSc)
Minimum seven ‘O’ levels and two ‘A’ levels
Students should have preferably studied economics, mathematics, statistics or any of the science subjects.
In addition to the minimum qualification, candidates are required to qualify Written Test and Interview for admission to the BS program.
Credit Requirements for BS Economics:
All elective courses are determined by the University at the beginning of each semester and are offered to the entire class. Students may not deviate from the block of optional courses offered by the University in any given semester.
In addition to the requirements for earned credits, a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of minimum 2.0 on a scale of 0.0 – 4.0 must be attained.
BS Psychology Program
BS: 4 years; 144 semester credit hours
Eligibility: FA/FSc or equivalent with preferably Economics, Statistics, Mathematics or any of the Science subjects.