Department of Management & Administrative Sciences, encompasses a wide variety of disciplines, starting from the basic perspectives of the field of Business Administration and moving on to explore each area of the discipline through broad exposure to industry and practical assignments along with added emphasis on media research methods. The focus is on analytical and historical perspectives. The program develops in students the ability to assess the roles and effects of mass media on society and life and helps them gain specific media production skills through extensive practical work.
The program starts by developing a fundamental understanding of the subject in students by teaching them about the history, values, and structure of mass communication in Pakistan and abroad. The foremost objective was to provide an opportunity to the students to equip themselves with the blend of skills and knowledge to meet challenges in national and international arena.
The four years BBA program is tailored made to serve the needs of the bright young persons who have completed twelve years of education and are looking for a career education in entrepreneurship, management profession or towards higher education in business administration. This program is open to the students with diverse educational backgrounds including, humanities, science, arts and commerce. However, being a program with challenging curricula and contents, it is accessible mainly to those students who have excellent academic record and high potential for success. Accordingly, candidates for this program are carefully sifted and screened through a selective admission test process.
The students who earn the BBA degree will be able to:
The program shall comprise Eight semesters spread over Four calendar years with two semesters
(Fall/Spring) a year as per rules of the University of Narowal.
The program strictly follows the HEC guidelines and specifications for the Bachelors of
Business Administration. Following are the distribution of total credit hours:
|Sr.||Categories||No. of courses||Credit hours|
|1||Compulsory Courses||9+2||25+4=29||Minor Courses|