Bachelors in Accounting & Finance
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PKR 8,000/- per Semester
A degree in accounting and financial services can open the door to many lucrative careers within banks, insurance firms, consumer finance companies, brokerage firms, mutual or investment funds and various roles within large multinational companies.The BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Studies degree will provide you with the skills you need to build a successful career in the financial sector, including financial services, accountancy, or consultancy. Recognised by the ACCA, the programme is relevant and up to date, ensuring that graduates are prepared for the competitive financial sector. The BA (Hons) Accounting and Financial Studies also offers a study path to combine the degree with the ACCA qualification. Graduates who wish to pursue the qualification receive considerable exemptions from the examinations, offering up to 9 exemptions.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- A candidate seeking admission to the Bachelor of Science (BS) Program must have passed the examination shown in prospectus against each course or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto from a recognized institution securing g at least 45 % marks in intermediate or equivalent examination excluding marks awarded for NCC and Hafiz-e-Quran; provided further that the requirement of minimum marks may be amended from time to time by the competent body of the university. A candidate for admission has no limit on age.
The banking, credit and finance field encompasses the storing and protecting of money, the creating and maintaining of wealth, and the receiving, distributing and overall managing of money that is crucial to the success of every business. Very broad areas, banking, credit and finance professionals can be found in every industry helping businesses as well as individuals. People entering these fields have to be knowledgeable of methods of deposit and withdrawals, loans, interest rates, budgets and financing, stocks, bonds, credits, investments, monetary systems, and financial institutions.