It is a two-year undergraduate program that provides students with a solid foundation in the field of business and management. The program aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue careers in business administration or continue their education at the bachelor's level.
The program covers various subjects such as accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, and organizational behavior. Students will also learn about the principles and practices of business law, ethics, and entrepreneurship.
The objectives of the Associate Degree Programme in Business Administration are as follows:
Intermediate or equivalent in any discipline.
The duration of programme will be 2 years.
The programme will be commenced in Spring 2023
Upon completion of an Associate Degree Programme in Business Administration, students should be able to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:
The ADP, or Associate Degree Program, typically consists of 22 courses totaling 64 credit hours. The program structure typically includes three types of courses: Compulsory Courses, Foundation Courses, and Major Courses.
There are nine compulsory courses, which are required for all students in the program. These courses provide students with a solid foundation in general education, as well as essential skills and knowledge needed for academic and professional success. The total credit hours for compulsory courses is 25.
There are eight foundation courses, which provide students with an introduction to the major fields of study. These courses are designed to help students develop a broad understanding of the subjects and prepare them for more advanced study in their chosen major. The total credit hours for foundation courses is 24.
There are four major courses, which are designed to provide students with in-depth knowledge and skills in their chosen field of study. These courses typically build on the foundation courses and allow students to specialize in their area of interest. The total credit hours for major courses is 15.
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Passed either Higher Secondary Examination (HSC-II) or equivalent from any authorized board of intermediate education in Pakistan OR any equivalent foreign examination board with at least 45% or 495 marks are eligible to apply for admission.
Either pass pre-admission entry test of the university with 50% marks/pass HEC's Undergraduate Studies Admission Test (USAT) with 50% marks/have scored at least 800 in SAT-I and secured at least 1500 in relevant subjects.