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The Bachelor of Commerce programme will prepare you for work in an ever-changing business environment. The curriculum is designed to introduce you to the concepts and theories of commerce and will equip you with the skills needed to apply what you have learned in your job.
The core curriculum of the Bachelor of Commerce programme focuses on the development of quantitative, analytical, arithmetical and intellectual skills.
Introduction to Business
Fundamentals of Accounting
Introduction to IT
Pak Studies & Islamic Studies
Principles of Management
Introduction to Business Finance
* Advanced Accounting-I
Principles of Marketing
Business Communication & Professional Speech
*Financial and Regulatory Institutions
Once graduated, you will have acquired a broad understanding of business practice and a variety of employability skills that will surely enable you to achieve your desired goals in the world of business.
Graduates with accounting majors are employed in a wide range of commercial, government and professional settings. These include public accounting, banking, teaching, stock broking, business consulting, and the retail, manufacturing and mining industries.
Functional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, accounting, information systems design and analysis, financial reporting, cost accounting, taxation, auditing, financial planning and general management responsibilities.
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