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BS Economics 

    • Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)
    • Teaching System: Semester System

Departmental Eligibility Criteria for BS Economics:

Following candidates can apply for admission in BS (Hons) Economics who have:

  1. Passed Intermediate examination with subject Economics of at least 100 marks (candidate must have secured minimum 50% marks in subject Economics)
    • Or Passed F.Sc (Pre-engineering) examination (candidate must have secured minimum 60% marks in subject Mathematics)
    • Or Passed Intermediate examination with subject Statistics or Mathematics of at least 200 marks (candidate must have secured minimum 60% marks in subject Statistics and Mathematics)
    • Or Passed Intermediate examination with overall 80% marks.
  2. The candidates who have studied Mathematics or Statistics of 200 marks along with Economics of 200 marks will be given extra 5 marks for each subject.


SCHEME OF STUDIES
BS (4-YEAR)Economics Hons 2016 AND ONWARD

SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-129Principles of Microeconomics3(3+0)
CompulsoryEng-122General English-I3(3+0)
CompulsoryIsl-100Islamic Studies2
CompulsoryCS-100Introduction to Computer3(3+0)
CompulsoryMath-133Math-I3(3+0)
GeneralPsy-118Introduction to Psychology I3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours17

 

GeneralPsy-119Introduction to Psychology II3(3+0)

SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-128Principles of Macroeconomics3(3+0)
CompulsoryEng-123General   English-II3(3+0)
CompulsoryPks-100Pakistan Studies2
CompulsoryMath-134Math-II3(3+0)
GeneralMgt-147Principles of Management I3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours17
SEMESTER-III
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-235Economics Of Pakistan3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-233Statistics I3(3+0)
CompulsoryEng-2243(3+0)
GeneralMgt-318Entrepreneurship I3(3+0)
GeneralEdu-100Philosophy of Education3(3+0)
GeneralSoc-108Introduction to Sociology-I3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18

 

SEMESTER-IV
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-234Statistics II3(3+0)
MajorEcon-207Entrepreneurial Economics3(3+0)
MajorEcon-230Public Sector Economics3(3+0)
CompulsoryEng-225General English IV3(3+0)
GeneralEdu-200Psychology of Education3(3+0)
GeneralSoc-109Introduction to Sociology-II3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-V
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-319Mathematical Economics I3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-322Microeconomics Theory3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-317Macroeconomics Theory3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-332Statistics for Economists3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-302Development Economics3(3+0)
MajorEcon-313Islamic Economics3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18

 

SEMESTER-VI
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEcon-303Econometrics-I3(3+0)
MajorEcon-305Economic Growth3(3+0)
MajorEcon-320Mathematical Economics-II3(3+0)
MajorEcon-314Issues in Pakistan Economy3(3+0)
MajorEcon-311International Trade Theory3(3+0)
ElectiveElective I3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18
SEMESTER-VII
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEcon-421Micro-economic Analysis3(3+0)
MajorEcon-416Macroeconomic Analysis3(3+0)
MajorEcon-404Econometric s-II3(3+0)
ElectiveElective II3(3+0)
ElectiveElective III3(3+0)

 

SEMESTER-VIII
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-431Research Methods3(3+0)
MajorEcon-423Monetary Economics3(3+0)
ElectiveElective IV3(3+0)
Thesis*3(3+0)
3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18

Total Credit Hours15
Total Credit Hours15

 

* The students who do not opt Thesis could register two optional courses in lieu of thesis.

 

List of Elective CoursesList of Minor Courses
1.Econ-301Agriculture Economics1.Econ-112Introduction to Economics
2.Econ-408Environmental Economics2.Econ-106Economic Issues of Pakistan
3.Econ-409Human Resource Development
4.Econ-412International Finance
5.Econ-415Labour Economics
6Econ-418Managerial Economics
7.Econ-424Monetary Policy
8.Econ-425Political Economy
9.Econ-426Population Economics
10.Econ-427Poverty and Inequality

M.Sc. Economics

  • Duration: 2 Years (4 Semesters)
  • Teaching System: Semester System

Departmental Eligibility Criteria for M.Sc. Economics:

Those candidates can apply for admission in M.Sc Economics who have:

  1. Passed B.Sc./B.A/B.Com examination with Economics of at least 200 marks (candidate must have secured minimum 50% marks in subject Economics in case of B.A/B.Sc and 60% in case of B.Com)
  2. Mathematics and Statistics of 200 marks will be considered as preferred subject and candidate will be given extra 20 marks for each.

SCHEME OF STUDIES
M.A (2-YEAR) 2016 AND ONWARD

SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
FoundationEcon-302Development Economics3(3+0)
MajorEcon-313Islamic Economics3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-317Macroeconomics Theory3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-319Mathematical Economics I3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-322Microeconomics Theory3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-332Statistics for Economists3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18

 

SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEcon-303Econometrics-I3(3+0)
MajorEcon-305Economic Growth3(3+0)
MajorEcon-311International Trade Theory3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-319Mathematical Economics I3(3+0)
MajorEcon-314Issues in Pakistan Economy3(3+0)
MajorEcon-320Mathematical Economics-II3(3+0)
ElectiveElective I3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours18

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SEMESTER-III
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEcon-404Econometric s-II3(3+0)
MajorEcon-416Macroeconomic Analysis3(3+0)
Econ-421Micro-economic Analysis3(3+0)
ElectiveElective II3(3+0)
ElectiveElective III3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours

 

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SEMESTER-IV
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
MajorEcon-423Monetary Economics3(3+0)
FoundationEcon-431Research Methods3(3+0)
ElectiveElective IV3(3+0)
Thesis*6
Total Credit Hours

 

* The students who do not opt Thesis could register two optional courses in lieu of thesis.

 

List of Elective CoursesList of Compulsory Courses
1.Econ-301Agriculture Economics
2.Econ-408Environmental Economics
3.Econ-409Human Resource Development
4.Econ-412International Finance
5.Econ-415Labor Economics
6Econ-418Managerial Economics
7.Econ-424Monetary Policy
8.Econ-425Political Economy
9.Econ-426Population Economics
10.Econ-427Poverty and Inequality

MS Economics 

  • Duration: 2 Years (4 Semesters)
  • Teaching System: Semester System

Departmental Eligibility Criteria for MS Economics:

Admission in MS Economics shall be made on the basis of criteria given below.

  1. Sixteen years of schooling or 4-year education (130 credit hours) after HSSC/F.A./F.SC/Grade 12 equivalent in the field of economics.
  2. Minimum 45% marks in previous degree in case of annual system and 2.5 CGPA in case of semester program.
  3. Minimum 50% marks in the GAT- General conducted by National Testing Service or in the entry test conducted by Economics Department of GCWUS, Sialkot.
  4. Minimum 50% marks in the interview conducted by Economics Department of GCWU, Sialkot.

SCHEME OF STUDIES
MA (2-YEAR) 2016 AND ONWARD

SEMESTER-I
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryEcon-503Advanced Microeconomics3
CompulsoryEcon-520Research Methods in Social Sciences3
OptionalOptional I3
OptionalOptional II3
Total Credit Hours12

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SEMESTER-II
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
CompulsoryEcon-502Advanced Macroeconomics3
CompulsoryEcon-501Advanced Econometrics3
OptionalOptional III3
OptionalOptional IV3
SEMESTER-III
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
OptionalEcon-600MS Dissertation/ Thesis6
OptionalOptional V3
Total Credit Hours
SEMESTER-IV
Course CategoryCourse CodeCourse TitleCredits
OptionalOptional VI3
Total Credit Hours

 

 

List of Optional CoursesList of Compulsory Courses
1.Econ-504Advanced Monetary Economics1.Econ-503Advanced Microeconomics
2.Econ-505Agricultural Economics2.Econ-520Research Methods in Social Sciences
3.Econ-506Applied Econometric Techniques3.Econ-502Advanced Macroeconomics
4.Econ-507Economic Growth Theories4.Econ-501Advanced Econometric s
5.Econ-508Economics of Business and Finance
6Econ-509Economics of Environment and Natural Resources
7.Econ-510Energy Economics
8.Econ-511General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics
9.Econ-512Human Resource Development
10.Econ-513International Economics
11.Econ-514Issues in Pakistan’s Economy
12.Econ-515Labor Economics
13.Econ-516Managerial Economics
14.Econ-517Project Analysis and Investment Decision Making
15.Econ-518Public Sector Economics
16.Econ-519Recent Approaches to Development Economics
17.Econ-521Urban Economics

Important note: The Scheme of Studies of all the courses including BS, M.A, MSc and MS can be changed according to the demand of market.