Department of Business Administration

Introduction

At the department of business administration, we believe in the power of learning, scholarship and higher education. We’re educators, we’re researchers and we are analysts. We try to equip them with the academic, intellectual and practical tools and skills they need to assume responsible positions in organizations. We also aim at developing globally-minded business administrators with a life-long learning capacity.

The human resource requirement of the industry largely focuses on the versatile skills of a business graduate. Competence in business administration is essential for effective business and organizational development. MBA program is designed to provide students with skills and knowledge in the areas of planning business operations, analysis of markets, financial management and specialized interests. The curriculum exposes students to the knowledge and insights essential for significant participation in our increasingly competitive, technological, interdependent and dynamic business environment. MBA Programs are consistently ranked among the best by the experts. This program also addresses issues in innovation technology and explores how they can be effectively, equitably and sustainably managed in the global economy. The focus is on the creation of value in a broad sense, including economic, social and environmental considerations. It is targeted at the relevant practitioner communities at the point in which such knowledge would be most useful.

The program aims to impart knowledge and understanding of a wide range of management and special topics within the program theme. It also aims to provide a systematic and coherent review of knowledge and practice about innovation, technology and management knowledge.  It provides access to the latest research-informed understanding of topics relevant to the   creation of global business development. The premier educational experience at our department integrates all the above elements into the strategic and day to day concerns of active practitioners. We do this via project work, problem-based learning and action learning.

Programs Offered

Degree Name Duration Entry Requirement
BBA Bachelor of Business Administration 4 Years F.Sc./ F.A or equivalent with at least 45% , second  division
 BBA (2.5) After BA / BSc / Level 05 Bachelor of Business Administration 2.5 years BA/ BSc  or equivalent with at least 45% , second  division
BBA (2 Year) After ADP Bachelor of Business Administration 2 years ADP in relevant education with at least 45% ,  second division
MBA Master of Business Administration 2 Years 16 years non-Business  education with at least 2nd division
 Executive MBA Executive Master of Business Administration 2 Years 16 years education with at least 2nd division and 3 years work experience
MBA 1.5 Years Master of Business Administration 1.5 Years 16 years relevant (Business) education with at least 2nd division
MS/M.Phil Business Administration   Duration: 2 Years 16 Years relevant (Business)  education / level 6, from HEC recognize institute  (Passed the previous degree with a cumulative GPA  score of 2.5/4.0 (under a semester system) or a  second class Master’s degree (earned under annual  system))
GAT General (Category A) with at least 50 % score

 

Curriculum of Programs

BBA (Hon’s)

Course Contents

Freshman English-1
Language Skills
Pakistan Studies
Islamic Studies
Contemporary World
Introduction to Computer
Freshman English-II
Statistics
Business Mathematics
Human Psychology
Introduction to Management
Microeconomics
Oral Communication
Business Statistics
Macroeconomics
Financial Accounting-I
Sociology
Introduction to HRM
Business Communication
Principles of Marketing
Environmental Sciences
Financial Accounting-II
Pakistan Economy
Business Finance
Cost Accounting
Marketing Management
Logic
Financial Management
Business Law
Specialization-I
Business Ethics
Organizational Behavior
Consumer Behavior
Management Information System
Specialization-II
Business Research
Operations Management
Entrepreneurship
Specialization-III
Business Policy
International Business Management
Specialization-IV
Project/Two Elective courses

Key Facts

Duration: 04 Years

Semesters: 08

Credit Hours: 132

Distribution of Credit Hours

42 Subjects: 126 Credit Hours

01 Project: 06 Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

Intermediate or equivalent

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. SP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

SPECIALIZATION

Elective Courses of Banking & Finance

Banking Law & Practice

Financial Institutions

Micro Finance

Islamic Banking

Credit Management

Central Banking

Money & Capital Markets

Elective Courses of Marketing

Supply Chain Management

Export Marketing

Brand Management

Marketing Research

Advertising & Sales Promotion

Industrial Marketing

Consumer Behavior

Elective Courses of Finance

Islamic Banking & Finance

Investment & Portfolio Management

Advance Financial Analytical Techniques

Accounting Information System

Principles of Auditing

Inventory Management Finance

Elective Courses of Human Resource Management

Human Resource Development

Performance Management

Stress Management

Industrial Relations

Compensation Administration

Labor Law & Practice

Training & Development

BS (Hons) Bachelors of Science in Accounting & Finance

Course Contents

Freshman English-1

Language Skills

Pakistan Studies

Islamic Studies

Contemporary World

Introduction to Computing

Freshman English-II 

Statistics

Business Mathematics

Human Psychology

Introduction to Management

Microeconomics

Oral Communication

Business Statistics

Macroeconomics

Financial Accounting-I

Sociology

Introduction to HRM

Business Communication

Principles of Marketing

Environmental Sciences

Financial Accounting-II

Marketing Management

Logic

Financial Management

Business Law

Pakistan Economy

Business Finance

Cost Accounting

Specialization-I

Business Ethics

Organizational Behavior

Consumer Behavior

Management Information System

Basic Concepts of Social Sciences

Specialization-II

Business Research

Operations Management

International Financial Accounting

Financial Decision Making for Managers

Financial Modeling

Risk Management & Insurance Planning

Individual Income tax Taxation

Specialization-III

Project/Two Elective courses

Key Facts

Duration: 4 Years

Semesters: 08

Credit Hours: 132

Distribution of Credit Hours

42 Subjects: 126 Credit Hours

1 Project:     06 Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

Intermediate or equivalent

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

MBA (EXECUTIVE) (MARKETING, MANAGEMENT, FINANCE, HRM, BANKING)

Course Contents

Financial Accounting

Fundamental of Marketing

Fundamental of Management

Micro Economics

Business Communication

Computer Application

Human Resources Management

Financial Management

Marketing Management

Macro Economics

Research Methods in Business

Cost Accounting

Financial Markets & Banking

Entrepreneurship

Business Math & Stat

Strategic Marketing

Strategic Management

Tax policy & Management

Specialization-I

Specialization-II

Dissertation/ Research Projects/Viva Voc

Key Facts

Duration: 2 Years

Semesters: 04

Credit Hours: 66

Distribution of Credit Hours

20 Subjects: 60 Credit Hours

01 Project: 06  Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

3 years work experience after 16 years of schooling with at least 2nd Division.

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

 

Specializations

Elective Courses of Banking & Finance

Banking Law & Practice

Financial Institutions

Micro Finance

Islamic Banking

Credit Management

Central Banking

Money & Capital Markets

Elective Courses of Marketing

Supply Chain Management

Export Marketing

Brand Management

Marketing Research

Advertising & Sales Promotion

Industrial Marketing

Consumer Behavior

Elective Courses of Finance

Islamic Banking & Finance

Investment & Portfolio Management

Advance Financial Analytical Techniques

Accounting Information System

Principles of Auditing

Inventory Management Finance

 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA 1.5 YEARS)

Course Contents

Advance Research Methodology

Strategic Management

Strategic Finance

Strategic Marketing

Strategic Issues of HRM

Global Marketing Strategies

Innovation and Entrepreneurial Growth

Economic Development

Emerging Vs Advanced Markets

Research Thesis

SPECIALIZATION

MARKETING

Sales Management

Export Market Management

Strategic Brand Management

Fiscal & Monetary Policies

Marketing Research

Advertising & Sales Promotion

Industrial Marketing, Consumer Behavior

MANAGEMENT

Policy Analysis & Decision Making

Crises Management

Portfolio Management

Quality of Management

Organizational Development

FINANCE

Islamic Finance

Investment & Portfolio Management

Advance Financial Analysis

Accounting Information System

Principles of Auditing

HRM

Human Resource Development

Operational Management

Stress Management, Industrial Relations

Compensation Administration

Labor Laws & Practice

Training & Development

BANKING

Banking Law & Practice

Financial Institutions

Islamic Banking

Credit Management, Central Banking

Money & Capital Markets

Micro Finance

Key Facts

Duration: 1.5 Years

Semesters: 03

Courses: 10

Credit Hours: 33

Distribution of Credit Hours

09 Subjects: 27 Credit Hours

01 Project: 06 Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

BBA (Hons) 4 years or equivalent

With at least 2nd Division.

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3.  ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

MS (BA) in Business Administration

Course Contents

Strategic Management

Strategic Finance

Strategic Marketing

Strategic Issues of HRM

Global Marketing Strategies

Innovation and Entrepreneurial Growth

Economic Development

Advance Research Methodology

Emerging Vs Advanced Markets

Accounting of Human Capital

Managerial Economics

Corporate Finance

International Finance

Advance Techniques of Risk Management

Agriculture Economics

Research Thesis

Key Facts

Duration: 2 Years

Semesters: 04

Credit Hours: 33

Distribution of Credit Hours

08 Subjects: 27 Credit Hours

01 Project: 06 Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

Eligibility: B.Com (Hons), BBA (Hons), Old MBA, MPA, M.Com, ACMA,

AGA or equivalent, Minimum 2.5 / 4.0 CGPA or 1st Division from HEC

Recognized Institution, NTS (GAT-General) with at least 50% score.

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

Associate Degree Program Accountancy & Finance (ADPAF)

Course Contents

Pakistan Studies

English Composition and Comprehension

Islamic Studies

Financial Accounting

Introduction to Computer

People, Prices and Profits

Business Communication

Personal Finance

Business Skills

Financial Services

Advanced Financial Accounting

Taxation and Accounting

Management Accounting Techniques

Corporate Finance

Auditing and Financial Reporting

Research Methods

Corporate Governance

Strategic Management

Applied Accounting Software’s

Financial Decision-Making

Independent Learning & Critical Thought

Dissertation/Research Project + Viva Voce

 

Key Facts

Duration: 2 Years

Semesters: 04

Credit Hours: 69

Distribution of Credit Hours

21 Subjects:    63 Credit Hours

01 Project:       06  Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

Intermediate or equivalent at least 2nd Division.

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.

MSc Accounting & Finance (MSCAF)

Course Contents

Principles of Accounting

Introduction to Business Finance

Mathematics and Basic Calculus

Economic Analysis

Business Communication

Fundamental of Management

Research Methods

Financial Reporting

Financial Accounting

Islamic Finance

Analysis of Financial Statements

Financial Management

Principles of Marketing

Cost & Managerial Accounting

Entrepreneurship

Advance Accounting

International Finance

Advance Auditing

Marketing Management

Strategic Management

Key Facts

Duration: 2 Years

Semesters: 04

Credit Hours: 66

Distribution of Credit Hours

20 Subjects: 60 Credit Hours

01 Project: 06  Credit Hours

Entry Requirement

Graduation or equivalent with at least 2nd Division.

Note:

  1. Courses will be offered when all conditions are met.
  2. Curriculum in constant review due to its dynamic nature.
  3. ISP reserves the right to change the above curriculum without any prior notice.