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Bachelors in Biology
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PKR 234,600/- per Semester
Biology is important, since it strives to tell us about the natural world around us. Recent advances have brought the subject to the forefront of contemporary sciences and integrated it with numerous disciplines, including Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. This has led to the emergence of new areas of study and research such as bioinformatics and computational biology, mathematical modelling of biological processes and diseases, biophysics and systems biology, all of which are in the realm of the Biology programme at SSE.
Degree requirements for this course are:
- Successful completion of Matric (60% marks or above) and FSc/ICS (65% marks or above)
- O’ Levels results (in at least 6 subjects) with an average grade of at least \'C\' and A’ Levels in at least 3 principal subjects1 with at least 2 Bs and 1 C grade such that there should be no more than 1 C grade and no grade less than a C. The principal subjects for SBASSE are Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics. Any deviations from this list would be examined on a case to case basis and the decision of the Admissions Committee would be final. No credit will be given for General Paper.
Successful completion of the introductory Biology sequence prepares students for advanced studies in a range of biological sub-disciplines that include Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Genetics and Computational Biology.