Bachelors in Entrepreneurship and SME Management
How To Apply
To apply, click on this link.
PKR 50,000/- per Semester
Bachelor of Science program in Entrepreneurship (B.S.E) with special focus on Family Enterprise produces entrepreneurs with a clear competitive professional advantage, who adopt a global business approach in the planning, management, and improvement of a family enterprise. Founded on the viewpoint that the long-run success of a family enterprise is based on its sustainable management and continuous improvement, the program equips students with the knowledge base, competence, and tools to scale up a home-grown family enterprise. This includes the potential for redirection, diversification, expansion, and growth. The Entrepreneurship program is designed to address both the development of new business opportunities, and the scaling up of existing operations, placed in the global context. The program also strategically combines entrepreneurship education with different programs offered by the university. It empowers students to pursue a concentration to start up a professional business with a competitive advantage.
Degree requirements for this program are:
- Intermediate (at least 2nd Div) from HEC recognized institution or A-levels
There are many different career levels in the management field. You may work as an assistant manager. In this job, you will assist one or more other managers. You may be assigned a number of duties and will most certainly be responsible for overseeing other people. You can also work as a mid-level manager. In this position, you will report to one or more executive managers and will most likely have an assistant manager to help you complete your duties. Mid-level managers typically supervise more people than assistant managers. The highest level of management is executive management. Executive managers are usually charged with supervising all of the employees within a business. They are also responsible for supervising business operations.
A number of job titles exist within these three management levels. Job titles are usually related to a manager's responsibility. For example, a manager that oversees people and human resources is known as a human resources manager. An accounting manager would be responsible for accounting operations, and a production manager would be responsible for production operations.