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Institute of Engineering & Management Sciences


(FUIEMS)
Prof. Dr. Aftab Ahmad Director

Foundation University Islamabad

Foundation University Faculty of Engineering & IT

Institute of Engineering and Management Sciences (FUIEMS)

The institute was established in December 1998 to provide a high quality education conforming to international standards. Following the grant of charter (FUIEMS), became a Constituent Institute of Foundation University in October 2002. FUIEMS has two faculties: Faculty of Engineering and IT and Faculty of Management Sciences. Institute programs are accredited by PEC and HEC. FUIEMS has also been awarded the License of Professional Engineering Body by PEC. The objective of the Institute is to provide overall grooming of the students so that they could face the challenges in competitive environments and can understand fluid career requirements. The curricular has been designed to give the best possible preparation for a professional career. Education and research with relevance to the real practical world is considered as the guiding principle for FUIEMS, educational process. The Institute offers the opportunity to study in a stimulating learning environment using excellent state-of-the-art technological platform. The Institute offers programs in Engineering, Computer and Management

Sciences from Bachelors to Doctoral levels. All existing curricula of the management and engineering programs are designed as recommended by HEC and PEC respectively. FUIEMS has a distinguished faculty with extensive experience in industry, academia, science, engineering and other professions.

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Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology


The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology endeavors to produce competent engineers who can play a productive role in industry, academia and research. The faculty uses modern technologies to enhance the learning capabilities of the students and to provide them with a stimulating and challenging environment. Emphasis is put on the practical applications of engineering and computer science to meet the software and hardware needs of the global industry in general and Pakistani industry in particular. The Faculty offers courses in Telecommunication Engineering, Software Engineering and Computer Science leading to Bachelors (BS), Masters (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). A strong curriculum in Telecommunication Engineering and Software Engineering is offered by highly qualified engineering faculty with reputable accomplishments both nationally and internationally. Presently, telecommunication and software engineering with all its possible facets is the worlds largest and most lucrative business. The laboratories are equipped with extensive facilities to cater for undergraduate practical work. Lab Equipment is of world standard and continuously upgraded to keep abreast with the latest technological developments. The faculty and administration are poised to turn the Institute into a centre of excellence while incorporating the specializations of computing and telecommunication technologies. Department of Telecom Engineering Department of Software Engineering

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Programs Offered
Programs Duration BS (TE) 8 Semesters (4 years) 8 Semesters (4 years) 4 Semesters (2 years) 6 Semesters Eligibility FSc (Pre Engineering) or (with Math, Physics and Computer Sciences). Minimum marks 60% or equivalent qualification FSc/ICS/FA with Math (Minimum 50 % marks) As per HEC criteria As per HEC criteria

Assessment
The students are assessed on the basis of attendance, quizzes, assignments, projects, presentations, oral and written examinations. The students have to maintain 2.0 CGPA for Bachelor degrees, 2.70 CGPA for MS and 3.0 for PhD by the end of the degree. The distribution of marks is Attendance 5%, Sessional (Assignments, Quizzes, Projects, Presentations) 10-15%, Midterm 30-35% and Terminal Exam 50% marks each.

BC (SE) MS (CS) PhD (CS)

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Department of Telecom Engineering

Head of the Department Telecommunication Engineering


Faculty

Engr. Anwer Jamal Ansari, MS Telecom Systems (UK)

Assistant Professor Dr. M Javid Asad, PhD Computer Engineering (Pak) Dr. Nabeel Ali Khan, PhD Electronic Engineering (Pak) Engr. Abdur Rehman, MS Electrical Engineering (Pak) Engr. Mushtaq Ahmed, MSc Electronics Engineering (Pak) Engr. Sharjeel Farooqi, MS Computer System (Pak) Engr. Malik Imran Daud, MSc Information Security (Sweden) Engr. Sajjad Karim, MSc Electrical Engineering (Sweden) Lecturer Engr. Muhammad Ali, BSc Computer Engineering (Pak) Engr. Abbas Ahmed, MSc RF Communication Systems (UK) Lab Engineers M. Farooq Mardan, MS Electrical Engineering (NUST) Bilal Mushtaq, BSc Electrical Engineering (HITEC) Saba Rabab, BS Electronics Engineering (IIUI) Najdah Mehar, BS Telecom Engineering (FUIEMS) Sidra Zabbih Ullah, BE Electronics Engineering (LCW)

Visiting Faculty

Arjumand Bilal, MA English Ali Reza, MPhil Marketing Abdul Sami, MA Islamic Studies

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BS Telecommunication Engineering
Introduction
BS Telecommunication Engineering program at FUIEMS has an exceptional blend of theoretical studies and extensive practical training to mould students into skillful professionals ready to take up real world challenges in the industry. The explosive growth in the area of telecommunication engineering during the past two decades has impacted almost every area of human life. Developments in Electronics, Signal Processing and Microwave Communications have heralded the age of Information Technology and are making advance technology readily accessible to the common man. Students opting for Telecommunication Engineering are required to complete 133 credit hours. This degree program prepares students to work in the industry as knowledgeable professionals conversant with latest trends in technology. Teaching is conducted through lectures, problem-solving, tutorials, laboratory work, simulation, design and project work. Curriculum is designed to provide depth as well as breadth. Project work is important aspect of the courses as it provides a practical experience to the students. Team and individual projects take place at various stages throughout the course, and involve analysis, design and construction of a variety of electronic and electrical systems related to Telecommunication. After graduation, students are capable of serving in a wide range of public and private sector enterprises or pursue graduate degree programs at prestigious institutions of higher learning anywhere in the world. A strong curriculum in Telecommunication Engineering is offered by highly qualified engineering faculty with reputable accomplishments in research, academic publications and industrial projects. The laboratories are equipped with extensive facilities to cater for undergraduate teaching. State-of-the-art equipment is available and every effort is made to modernize and upgrade them to keep abreast of the latest developments. Keeping in mind the needs of today and the future, this facility has an assortment of equipment and provides students with the opportunity to learn and understand the concepts of electronics and telecommunications and constructively transform them to practical use. Some of the laboratory facilities are listed below:

The Institution has the following 15 fully equipped Engineering and IT Labs:
1. Applied Physics Lab. Basic Electronics Lab. Circuit Analysis Lab. Digital Logic Design Lab. Amplifiers and Oscillators Lab. Digital Communication Lab. Optical Fiber Communications Lab. Communication Systems Lab. Antenna and Wave Propagation Lab. Project Lab. Internet Lab. Software Lab. Control Systems Lab. Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab. RF and Microwave Engineering Lab Applied Physics Lab: This lab has a wide variety of equipment comprising Heath kit Trainers with a large number of circuit boards of DC, AC, Semi-conductor devices and Electronic circuits. Additional equipment like Drawing Boards, Prism, Glass slab, concave and convex lens, Diffraction Grating, Spectrometer, sodium lamp, scale optical bench, Oscilloscopes, multimeters, frequency counters and signal generators are also

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available. Multiple experiments of Applied Physics are carried out in this lab. Basic Electronics Lab: This lab has a wide variety of equipment comprising Heath kit Trainers with a large number of circuit boards of DC, AC, Semi-conductor devices and Electronic circuits. Additional equipment like Oscilloscopes, multimeters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. This Lab provides facilities for carrying out a large number of experiments in the realm of Basic Electronics. Circuit Analysis Lab: This lab has a wide variety of equipment comprising Heath kit Trainers with multiple circuit boards of DC, AC, Semi-conductor devices and Electronic circuits. Additional equipment like Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. This Lab provides facilities for carrying out a large number of experiments in the field AC and DC Circuit Analysis. Digital Logic Design Lab: This lab has a wide variety of digital Heath kit Trainers with a large number of circuit boards of Digital Electronics. Additional equipment like Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters

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and signal generators are also available. Laboratory experiments of Digital Logic Design and Digital Electronics courses are carried out in this lab. Amplifiers and Oscillators Lab: This lab has a wide variety of equipment comprising Heath kit Trainers with multiple circuit boards of Semi-conductor devices and Electronic circuits. Additional equipment like Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. This Lab provides facilities for carrying out a large number of experiments in the field of Amplifiers and Oscillators. Digital Communications Lab: This lab has a wide variety of Digital Communication Trainers comprising A/D and D/A, QPSK, ASK, PSK, FSK, PCM, QAM and DTMF Telephone trainers. Additional equipment like Function generators, Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. Laboratory experiments of Digital Communications course are carried out in this lab. Optical Fiber Communications Lab: This lab has a wide variety of Digital Communication Trainers and Optical Fiber Communication trainers. 660 mm wave length analog transmit and receive equipment and 820 mm wave length digital transmit and receive equipment enable students to understand the applications of optical fibers for transmitting and receiving signals over long distance. Additional equipment like Function generators, Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. Multiple Laboratory experiments of Optical Fiber Communications are carried out in this lab. Communication Systems Lab: This lab has a wide variety of Analog Communication Trainers comprising RF Oscillators, Amplitude Modulators/De-Modulators, Frequency Modulators/De-Modulators, DSB-SC Modulators/De-Modulators, SSB Modulators/DeModulators FDM Multiplexers/De-Multiplexers and TDM Multiplexers/De-Multiplexers. Additional equipment like Function generators Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. Laboratory experiments of Communication systems course are carried out in this lab. Antenna and Wave Propagation Lab: This lab has Motorised Antenna Unit and Transmission Line Trainer. Additional equipment like Function generators Oscilloscopes, multi meters, frequency counters and signal generators are also available. Laboratory experiments of Antenna and Wave Propagation course are carried out in this lab. Project Lab: This lab is used for final year projects and research activities. This lab houses Triple output power supplies, multiple signal generators, oscilloscopes, multi meters, Digital Training systems, Scanners Printers, soldering stations, UV Eraser and DIP 48 chip stations. Internet Lab: This lab has servers, computers, printers,etc. and provides students with internet and web browsing facilities. Software Lab: This lab has servers, computers, printers and software packages and tools for course work, simulation and research and development activities. Control Engineering Lab: This lab is established with DC Servo Control Trainers, Helicopter Module, Magnetic Levitation Trainer, Inverted Pendulum Trainer, PLC trainer with Allen Bradley, computers and general purpose test equipment. This lab enables students to conduct a wide variety of Control Engineering experiments. Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab: This lab houses microprocessor and microcontroller trainers and associated computers for carrying out a large number of experiments based on microprocessors, their interfacing techniques and use of microcontrollers. RF and Microwave Engineering Lab: This lab is being established with Microwave Technology Trainers, microwave power meters, computers and general purpose test equipment. A wide range of RF and Microwave Engineering experiments will be carried out in this lab.

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BSTE Program Duration Courses Labs Final Year Design Project Total 08 Semesters (4 years) 108 Credits 19 Credits 06 Credits 133 Credits

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Semester 1
S No 1 2 3 4 5 Code HU101 CS105 MA101 PH103 MA111 Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 HU112 CS106 HU121 TE112 MA102 HU132 Communication Skills Object Oriented Programming Islamic Studies Introduction to Telecommunications Multivariable Calculus Pakistan Studies Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 MA201 EE213 EE241 EE215 HU213 Technical Report Writing & Presentation ID Elective I Differential Equations Calculus & Analytical Geometry Circuit Analysis Computer Aided Engineering Drawing Basic Electronics Total 1 2 3 4 5 EE216 EE224 EE232 TE313 ID Elective II Amplifiers & Oscillators Basic Electronics Signals & Systems Differential Equations Digital Logic Design Probability Methods in Engineering Total Course Title Functional English Introduction to Computing Calculus & Analytical Geometry Applied Physics Linear Algebra Lec Hours 3 2 3 3 3 14 Lab Contact Hours 0 3 0 3 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 3 3 3 12 3 3 0 3 0 9 Credit Hours 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 16 3-0 2-1 2-0 3-0 3-0 2-0 16 3-0 2-1 3-0 3-1 0-1 3-1 18 2-1 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 17 EE215 MA201 PH-103 Applied Physics MA-101 PH-103 Applied Physics PreRequisite

Semester 2
3 2 2 3 3 2 15

Semester 3
3 2 3 3 0 3 14

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Semester 5
1 TE222 Electromagnetic Theory 3 0 3-0 PH-103 Applied Physics MA102 Multivariable Calculus MA201 Differential Equation TE313 Probability Methods in Engineering EE224 Signals and Systems

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EE323 TE335 EE325 MG324

Control System Communication Systems Digital Signal Processing Engineering Economics Total

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3-1 3-1 3-1 3-0 18 3-1 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-0 18 3-0 3-1

Semester 6
TE336 TE324 Digital Communication Wave Propagation & Antennas 3 3 3 3 3 15 TE335 Communication Systems TE323 Electromagnetic Theory EE213 Circuit Analysis EE232 Digital Logic Design

MG 425 Engineering Management EE333 Microprocessors & Interfacing Techniques SS211 Professional Practices Total

Semester 7
1 2 TL 471 TE 446 Wireless and Mobile Communication RF & Microwave Engineering 3 3 TE336 Digital Communications TE323 Electromagnetic Theory TE 224 Wave Propagation & Antennas TE336 Digital Communications

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1 TE434 Transmission & Switching Systems 3 TE-335 Communication Systems TE-336 Digital Communications

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Optical Fiber Communication Social Science Elective II TE499 B Final Year Design Project-II Total

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Major Based Core (MBC) Depth Electives
Multimedia Systems Digital Electronics [EE 322] Digital Image Processing [EE 432] Satellite Communication [TL 481] Optical Fibre Communications TL 442] Telecom Policies and Protocols Telecom Traffic Engineering [TL 462] Spread Spectrum Communications Speech Processing Next Generation Networks [TL 422] Network Security [TL 421] Broadband Communication Networks Radar System Engineering [TL 432] Telecommunication Management Networks (TMN) Radio and Television Engineering Compression Techniques Telecommunication Systems [TL 441]

ID Electives

Numerical Methods in Engineering [MA 311] Operating Systems ID 212] VLSI Systems Data Structure and Algorithms [CS 201] Database Management Systems [CS 232] Embedded Systems Artificial Intelligence Reliability in Telecommunication Systems Organizational Behavior [SS 421] Psychology [SS 431] Public Policy [SS 441] Sociology [SS 451] Political Science [SS 461] Pakistani Culture and Society [SS 471]

Social Science Electives

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TE112 Introduction to Telecommunications 3+0 CS106 Object Oriented Programming 2+ 1 Prerequisite: None Course Outline: The structure of modern integrated Telecommunication systems and Networks, Structure of PSTN, PLMN and basic Telecommunications nomenclature, Electromagnetic spectrum, Classification of frequencies into bands for various applications including HF, VHF and UHF communications, Radio, Television, Satellite, Radar, GSM, CDMA , Avionics ( ILS, HF comm., VOR, NDB etc), frequency and wavelength, inter modulation frequencies, linear and non linear mixing of signals, absolute and relative dB levels, ionospheric communications, Amplifiers, Oscillators and Filters, AM and FM modulation (time and frequency domain), wave propagation and tropospheric scatter, Telecommunications front end analysis, superhetrodyning, choice of Intermediate frequencies, ganging and tracking, tracking error, Image frequency rejection, spectrum analyzer and the superhetrodyne receiver, single and double conversion superhetrodyne. ISO, OSI seven layer model, purpose and function of each layer, HDLC protocol, Case study on the Narrowband ISDN Basic rate access protocol, covering thee ISDN Overview, standards, physical Layer, data Link Layer and Network Layer aspects, protocol analysis based on ITU-T Q.921/Q.931 procedures. CS 105 Introduction to Computing 2+1 Prerequisite: None Course Outline: Procedural versus object oriented programming languages, object oriented design strategy and problem solving, Pointers, File handling, objects and classes, member functions, public and private members, dynamic memory management, constructors and destructors, templates, object encapsulation, derived classes, class hierarchies, inheritance and polymorphism, operator overloading, stream class, practical design through Object Oriented Programming. EE215 Basic Electronics 3+1

Prerequisite: PH103 Applied Physics Course Outline: Introduction to Electronics, Semiconductor Diodes, Forward & Reverse Characteristics of Diode, Special Purpose Diodes, Equivalent Circuit of a Diode, Diode as a Switch, Diode Applications, Half Wave & Full wave rectifiers, Clipper & Clamper circuits, Bipolar Junction Transistor, Transistor Operation, Types of Transistor, Unbiased Transistor, Transistor Biasing Configurations, Common Emitter, Common Base, Common Collector, DC & AC analysis of BJT, Field Effect Transistors, FET Biasing Techniques, Common drain, common source, common gate, fixed Bias and Self Bias Configuration, Voltage Divider Biasing, Universal JFET Bias Curve. DC & AC analysis of FET.

Prerequisite: None Course Outline: History, classification, basic components, CPU, memory, peripheral devices, storage media and devices, physical and logical storage, data organization, file storage, programs and software, system software, application software, operating systems, programming languages, compilation and interpretation, problem specification, algorithms, flow chart, pseudo code, basic programming techniques, data types and declaration, header file and linkage, variables and constants, arrays, input/output, termination, remark, control structures, branching, conditional structures, repetition and loops, basic library functions.

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EE213 Circuit Analysis 3+1 EE333 Microprocessors & Interfacing Techniques 3+1 Prerequisite: Applied Physics Course Outline: The Sinusoidal Response, Transient & Steady state responses, Complex Forcing Functions. The Phasor, Passive Circuit elements in the Frequency Domain, Series, Parallel, and Delta-to-Star Simplifications, Types of sources (Dependent & Independent) Source Transformations and Network Theorems in Frequency Domain, The Transformer, Ideal Transformer, Instantaneous and Complex Power, Balanced Three-Phase Systems, Poles and Zeros of F (s), The Transfer Function, Poles & Zeros. Stability & S-plane, Preliminaries of passive Filters, General Two-Port Networks and Parameters. EE232 Digital Logic Design 3+1

Prerequisite: EE232 Digital Logic Design Course Outline: Introduction to Microprocessors Based Computer System, Internal Resisters of Microprocessor, Memory Addressing, Segment and Offset Addressing, Data Addressing Modes, Program Memory Addressing Modes, Stack Memory Addressing Modes, Instruction Set of Microprocessor, Flow of an Assembly Language, Procedures, Programming Techniques, Hardware Specifications of 8086/8088 Microprocessor, Pinouts and Pin functions, Clock generator, Bus Interfacing, Latching and Bus Timing. Memory Interfacing and Address Decoding Techniques, Memory mapped and Isolated I/O, Personal computer I/O Map, I/O port Address decoding, Programmable Peripheral Interface, Programmable Interval Timer, Analog to Digital Converter interfacing techniques, Basic Interrupt Processing, Hardware and Software Interrupts, Expanding Interrupt Structure, Programmable Interrupt Controllers, Direct Memory Access operation and Interfacing. Introduction to Microcontrollers.

Prerequisite: None Course Outline: Review of Boolean Algebra, Logic Gates (AND, OR, Not, etc.), Karnaugh Maps, QM Method, Flip Flop, (RS, JK, D, T, Master Slave), Half & Full Adder & Subtractor, Comparator Combinatorial & Sequential Circuits, Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexer, De-multiplexer, Counters, Registers, Memories, PLAs, State Transition Diagram. Programmable Logic Devices (PLDs).

EE216

Amplifiers and Oscillators

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Prerequisite: EE215 Basic Electronics Course Outline: Amplifier Fundamentals, Multistage amplifier with Ac and DC analysis, Differential Amplifier, Op-Amplifier, Classification of amplifiers on the basis of biasing, Class A, B, C, Push pull amplifiers, Classification of Amplifiers on the basis of coupling, RC-coupled amplifier, transformer-coupled amplifier, directcoupled amplifier, Classification of amplifiers on the basis of frequency, Audio frequency amplifier, radio frequency amplifier, tuned amplifier, Feedback Amplifiers, Effect of feedback on frequency response, Input and output impedance, Amplifier loading, impedance matching, Oscillators, Barkhausian criterion, Tank circuit, Damped and un-damped oscillations, RCtype oscillator (Phase shift, Weinbridge) and LC oscillator( Hartley, Colpitt, Armstrong), crystal oscillator, special oscillators (OTA-based, OTI-based oscillators Voltage Controlled Oscillator, Phase Lock Loop, Introduction to Filters.

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EE241 Computer-Aided Engineering Design 0+1 EE323 Control Systems 3+1

Prerequisite: None Lab. Outline: Introduction to computer-aided design tools including AutoCAD, OrCAD, MATLAB., LabVIEW, and PCAD. Provide an understanding of computer-aided drafting principles and practices, and provide knowledge of engineering drawing fundamentals using AutoCAD. Drawing of electrical machinery and layouts of electronic assemblies. Study of theoretical concepts of electronic components and circuits using simulation software: Electronic Workbench, PSPICE, MATLAB., and Lab. view Design of electronic circuits theoretically and by simulation. Provide knowledge of design and layout of circuit boards using softwares: PCAD or OrCAD.

Prerequisite: Differential Equations Course Outline: Classification of Open and Closed Loop control, Advantages and disadvantages, Effects of feedback, examples including servomechanism, system model and characterization, Block diagrams and canonical form, Examples of control systems from Telecom applications such as satellite tracking, LNAV/VNAV in aviation, Flight control systems, Heading tracking, Signal flow graphs, DE and Lap lace Transforms, Transfer function, poles and zeros, Time domain analysis, steady state error using static error coefficient method, dynamic error constant method, Feedback characteristics of control systems, Sensitivity of control systems, Basic action of Controllers (Proportional, Integral, PI and PID controllers), Stability assessment (Routh, Bode, Nyquist, Nicholes chart), Compensation and compensator design for Telecommunications applications, state space. TE335 Communication Systems 3+1

TE313

Probability Methods in Engineering

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Prerequisite: None Course Outline: Basic concept of probability, conditional probability, independent events, Bayes formula. Concept of random variables, discrete and continuous one and two dimensional random variables, probability distributions, marginal and joint distributions and density functions. Important probability distributions (Binomial, Poisson, Uniform, Normal, Exponentials and Hyper-geometric). Mean, variance, moments and moment generating functions, linear regression and curve fitting. Central limit theorem, autocorrelation and crosscorrelations, power spectral density functions and stochastic processes.

Prerequisite: TE313 Probability Methods in Engineering Course Outline: Introduction to Communication Model, Essential BW of signal, Shanons equation, Distortion and equalization (With a brief introduction of Fourier analysis, convolution and correlation concepts if required), linear modulation (AM and its types), Exponential Modulation, Demodulation and detection techniques, Transmission BW for AM &FM signals, Pre-emphasis and de-emphasis circuits, Pulse Modulation and Demodulation, Fundament concepts of probability and random processes, Noise and its treatment, SNR of AM and FM.

EE224

Signals and Systems

3+0

Prerequisite: Differential Equations Course Outline: Introduction to signals and systems, Complex Number Applications, Time-domain Analysis of LTI systems, Laplace Transform and its applications, Continuous-time Fourier series, Fourier Transform-Frequency domain Analysis, Z-Transform and its applications, Analogue filter fundamentals.

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TE336 Digital Communications 3+1 TE337 Computer Communication and Networks 3+1

Prerequisite: Communication Systems (TE335) Course Outline: Significance of Digital Communication, Base Band Modulation, Analogue To Digital Conversion, Sampling Theory and Its Application, Quantization and Its Types (Uniform and Non-Uniform Quantization), Pulse Code Modulation, Differential PCM, Delta Modulation, ADPCM, PCM Pulse Shaping, Inter-Symbol Interference, Equalization, Synchronization, Basic Detection Theory and Optimum Receiver Design, Multiplexing, TDM, FDM, T-1 Systems and Hierarchy, E-1 Systems Hierarchy, Digital Modulation Techniques, Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK), Frequency Shift Keying (FSK), and Phase Shift Keying (PSK, DPSK, DEPSK, QPSK), Differential Encoding and M-Ary Signaling, Performance of Binary and M-Ary Signaling, Performance comparisons of modulation schemes, Forward Error Correction Codes, Basic concepts of information and coding. EE325 Digital Signal Processing 3+1

Prerequisite: TE336 Digital Communications Course Outline: Synchronous and asynchronous communications, Modes of transmission ASCII codes and data stream with parity, Guided Transmission Media (Twisted Pair, Coaxial Cable and Optical Fibre), Wireless (terrestrial and satellite). Line Configurations, Null Modem, Data Link Control, Flow Control Techniques, Stop & Wait, Sliding Window, Error control techniques, reverse error detection techniques (parity, CRC), switched networks (circuit switched, message switched and packet switched), Broadcast, Packet Radio Networks, Network Topologies, LAN Architecture, LAN System & Network Standards, Ethernet and Fast Ethernet (CSMA/CD), Token Ring And FDDI etc., OSI Model, TCP/IP protocol suit, Introduction to IEEE802 Family. Connectivity Devices (modems, hubs, repeaters, bridges, routers), Resource Sharing, Managing User Accounts And Group, Implementing Security, Disaster Recovery, Protecting Data, Recovering From System Failure.

Prerequisite: EE224 Signals and Systems Course Outline: Introduction, Discrete- time signal and its representations, Discrete signals and systems, Time-domain analysis of discretetime signals, Frequency-domain analysis, Discrete-time Fourier series, Discrete-time Fourier transform, System response and frequency response, Z-transform and its properties, Solution of difference equations using Z-Transform, DFT and FFT algorithms, Implementation of Discrete-Time systems, Digital filter design, FIR and IIR filters. TE323 Electromagnetic Theory 3+0 Prerequisite: PH103 Applied Physics, MA102 Multivariable Calculus Course Outline: Review of Vector Analysis, Orthogonal Coordinates Systems, Vector Calculus, Gradient Divergence and Curl, Helmholtz Theorem, Divergence theorem and applications, Stokes theorem and applications, Greenss Theorem and applications, Coulombs Law, Gauss Law, Electric Flux Density, Poissons Value Problems, Magnetic Fields, Current Density, Biot-Savart Law, Vector Magnetic Potential Magnetic Field Intensity, Boundary Conditions, Maxwells Equations In Integral and Point Form, Poynting Vector, Plane Wave and Propagation In Isotropic Media.

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\TE324 Wave Propagation & Antennas 3+1 TE335 Transmission and Switching Systems 3+0

Prerequisite: TE323 Electromagnetic Theory, EE213 Network Analysis Course Outline: Standard Line Equation, Distributed Parameters, Characteristic Impedance, Concept of Standing and Traveling Waves On Transmission Line, Reflection (Partial and Total), Standing Wave Ratio, Matching Smith Chart and Its Applications, Isotropic Antenna, Power Radiated From Short Electric Dipole, Voltage Received In Antenna, Half Wave Dipole, Loop Antenna, Radiation Pattern, Intensity and Resistance, Calculation of Antenna Gain and Efficiency, Effective Aperture, Relation Between Gain and Aperture, Antenna Impedance, Bandwidth, Polarization, Beam width, Antenna Arrays with Isotropic Antennas, Pattern Multiplications, Width of Major Lobe and Directivity of Antenna Arrays, Binomial and Chebychev Arrays, Folded Dipole Antenna, Yagi Antenna, Log Periodic Antenna, Parabolic Reflector, Horn Antenna, Feed Systems, Lens Antennas, Babinets Principle and Slot Antenna, Antenna On A Flat Earth, Spherical Earth, Angle of Tilt, Field Strength, Attenuation In Ground Wave Propagation, Bending of Waves, Skip Distance, MUF, Optimum Working Frequency, Critical Frequency, Virtual Height, and Ionosphere Irregularities, Ranges, Field Strength, Inversion of Layers, Line-of-Sight Communication.

Prerequisite: TE335 Communication Systems TE336 Digital Communications Course Outline: Transmission Systems including PDH and SDH, Synchronization, routing techniques, Line Encoding Techniques (HDB3, 2B1Q), Types of Switching Review of switching technologies Circuit, Message and Packet Switching, Telecommunication Network (PSTN, PLMN), Exchanges Hierarchy, Basic Functions of a Typical Digital Switching Exchanges (examples taken from EWSD, AXE, SYSTEM12 etc), SPC, Software Structure of SPC Digital Switches, Software Life Cycle, Telecommunication Traffic and models including characterization of PABX and Public exchange traffic, GOS, BCHA, Network Traffic Load and Parameters, Blocking Probabilities, Modeling Switching Systems, Incoming Traffic and Service Time Characterization, Blocking Models and Loss Estimates, Delay Systems, Time and Space Switching, T-S-T and S-T-S Systems and its variations, Numbering Plans, Routing Tables, Charging Plans, Call detail recording (CDR), numbering plans, Classifications of Signaling Systems, Channel Associated Signaling (CAS) and Common Channel Signaling (CSS) ITUs Common Channel Signaling System # 7 (CCS7 or SS7), - protocol Architecture mapping with OSI model, MSU, LSSU, and FISU, Global title translation, ISUP and TUP protocol maps, Case Study of FMM on Call Scenarios such as prefix Analysis and task element definition (PATED), isolation of condensed prefix (CPX), DNEU and Index, LSIF, TRA and Private Access Resource Management, ISDN Implementation in Commercial Exchange.

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TE499A Final Year Design Project-I 0+3

Job Opportunities
Graduates of Telecommunication Engineering have been gainfully employed in the public sector (PTCL NESCOM, etc) and private sector mobile phone companies (Mobilink, Ufone, Zong and Warid etc.) as well as industries enterprises. Many students are also undergoing advanced studies both with in the country and abroad. It has been gratifying to see that graduates of FUIEMS are contributing very effectively in the development of the country as well as the Engineering Sector.

Prerequisite: None To give the Students a chance for enhancing their Technical capabilities by Implementing their theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Research and Development.

TE499B

Final Year Design Project-II

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Prerequisite: None To give the Students a chance for enhancing their Technical capabilities by Implementing their theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of Research and Development.

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Department of Software Engineering


Head of the Department Software Engineering
Prof. Dr. Aftab Ahmed, PhD Software Engineering (UK) Areas of Interest: Software Engineering, Introduction to Computing, Theory of Automata, Senior Design Project.

Bachelor of Computer Software Engineering (BCSE)


Introduction
Software has become a notion of prosperity and success of any corporation. The software engineering program is structured in a manner that the software products are reliable, easy to use and cost competitive. The graduates of software engineering program become the master of mathematics, science and engineering principles that are necessary to become a skilled Software Engineer and to meet the industry and academia requirements and demands. The department is fully equipped with the relevant resources being demanded by the students of this program. There are computer labs fully equipped with the highest speed and advanced technology computers and other required resources. The most updated softwares are available so that

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Muhammad Rashid, PhD Computer Science (PAK) Areas of Interest: Artificial Intelligence, Computational Intelligence, Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Computing. Dr. Abdul Basit Siddiqui, PhD Computer Science (PAK) Areas of Interest: Image Processing, Computational Intelligence and Data Mining. Dr. Muhammad Ramzan, PhD Computer Science (PAK) Areas of Interest: Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Intelligence. Mr. Ejaz Ahmad Gul, MS Information Science (USA) Areas of Interest: Data Structures, Database Systems, Operating Systems, Human Computer Interaction. Mr. Muhammad Aqeel Iqbal, MS Computer Software Engineering (PAK) Areas of Interest: Software Engineering, Operating Systems, Theory of Automata, Digital Logic Design, Computer Architecture. Engr. Ahmed Ali Qureshi, MS Engineering Management (PAK) Areas of Interest: Software Development, Programming Tools, Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Management, Engineering Statistics. Lecturer Ms. Tahmina Karamat, MPhil Mobile Computing (UK) Area of Interest: Wireless Communications, Software Engineering and Programming Languages.

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the students can take advantage of cutting edge technology. The department is providing the best facilities of internet to make the students remain connected with the whole world as far as the information is concerned. The program of BCSE is fully dependent on the computer software labs. In order to fulfill the needs of the students the high tech labs have been established. The Internet Lab and Software Lab are state-of-the-art and have been fully equipped with the most advanced computer resources. In order to give the cutting edge technology corner to the students, all of computer machines have been installed with the latest and most advanced software. To give the world wide connectivity to students, the best internet resources have been provided with the extremely high data bandwidth. Moreover, the students of Software Engineering program can take the courses of telecommunication engineering program not only to enhance their field but also to broaden their scope for higher studies and industry. sustainable manner. At both levels it requires a systematic approach which deals with quantifiable measures of quality and effectiveness, as well as attention to the critical nature of the various products of the process. Software engineering therefore requires familiarity with the basic needs and processes in the various application domains, with the principles of good engineering practice and with the underlying concepts and principles of computer science. It requires facility in problem analysis, solution design, program development and documentation. It also requires a basic understanding of the ways in which humans interact with technological systems. A software engineering program should develop professionals who have a mastery of software development principles, theory, practice, and process. Software Engineering and Computer Science differ in much the same way as do Electrical Engineering and Physics. Generally, engineering should be concerned with applying what we already know to create products, while science is more theoretical. Therefore, the goal of Computer Science, according to Parnas, is to learn and to extend the science. SE on the other hand aims to use the science and technology already available to create products and tools for use. Software Engineering derives its essence from computer science as other engineering disciplines do from natural or life sciences, with an emphasis on issues of process, design, measurement, analysis and verification providing a strong foundation in engineering principles and practices as applied to software development.

Software Engineering

Software Engineering is a bridge connecting the basic concepts and principles of Computer Science with the variety of users who can benefit from technologies based upon those principles. It includes the design and development of software systems which are effective, efficient, robust, maintainable, and maximally useful and usable. It also includes the design and development of techniques, processes and higher level tools by which these applications can be developed in a timely, cost effective and

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Duration: Courses and Labs: Senior Design Project: Total 08 Semesters (04 years) 124 Credits 06 Credits 130 Credits

BCSE Course Distributions


Major Areas Computing Foundation Software Engineering Software Engineering (Application Domain) Supporting Studies (Math/Science ) General Education Total Core/Required 43 18 -12 15 82 (68%) 21 06 9 12 48 (32%) 21 (17%) 27 (21%) 130 82 (63%) Electives Credit Hours

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Semester- 1
Code CSC 101 CSC 102 MATH 101 CEN 101 HUM 111 Course Title Introduction to Computing Programming Fundamentals Calculus and Analytical Geometry Basic Electronics English-I (Functional English) Total Credit Hours Lec Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lab Contact Hours 3 3 0 0 0 Credit Hours 4 (3-1) 4 (3-1) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 17 PreRequisite None None None None None

Semester- 2
CSC 141 CSC 103 HUM 112 Discrete Structures Object Oriented Programming Supporting Elective - I GE/University Elective - I English-II (Communication Skills) Total Credit Hours 3 2 3 0 3 0 3 (3-0) 3 (2-1) 3 3 3 (3-0) 15 None Programming Fundamentals None

Semester- 3
SEN 201 CSC 231 CEN 211 MATH 211 HUM 201 Introduction to Software Engineering Data Structures and Algorithms Digital Logic and Design Linear Algebra Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies Total Credit Hours 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 15 Object Oriented Programming Object Oriented Programming Basic Electronics None None

Semester- 4
CSC 211 SEN 211 CSC 221 HUM 213 Operating Systems Software Construction Supporting Elective - II Introduction to Database Systems English-III (Technical and Report Writing) Total Credit Hours 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 0 4 (3-1) 3 (2-1) 3 4 (3-1) 3 (3-0) 17 Data Structures and Algorithms Introduction to Software Engineering Data Structures and Algorithms None

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Semester- 5
Code SEN 302 STAT 301 CSC 313 Course Title Software Requirements Engineering Probability and Statistics Computer Communication and Networks SE Elective - I Supporting Elective - III GE/University Elective - II Total Credit Hours Lec Hours 2 3 2 Lab Contact Hours 3 0 3 Credit Hours 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 3 (2-1) 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite Introduction to Software Engineering None None -

Semester- 6
CSC 361 SEN 322 SEN 312 SEN 351 Human Computer Interaction Software Quality Engineering Software Design and Architecture Formal Methods in Software Engineering SE Elective - II SE Application Domain Elective I Total Credit Hours 3 2 2 3 0 3 3 0 3 (3-0) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 3 3 18 Data Structures and Algorithms Software Requirements Engineering Software Requirements Engineering Introduction to Software Engineering -

Semester- 7
SEN 498 SEN 432 Engineering SEN 464 Senior Design Project - I Software Project Management Professional Practice SE Application Domain Elective - II GE/University Elective - III GE/University Elective - IV Total Credit Hours 0 3 3 6 0 0 2 (0-2) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 3 3 17 None Introduction to Software None -

Semester- 8
SEN 499 Senior Design Project - II SE Elective - III SE Elective - IV SE Elective - V Total Credit Hours 0 12 4 (0-4) 3 3 3 13 Senior Design Project - I -

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Course Name: CSC 101 -Introduction to Computing Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Number Systems, Binary numbers, Boolean logic, History computer system, basic machine organization, Von Neumann Architecture, Algorithm definition, design, and implementation, Programming paradigms and languages, Graphical programming, Overview of Software Engineering and Information Technology, Operating system, Compiler, Computer networks and internet, Computer graphics, AI, Social and legal issues. Credit Hours: 4 Course Name: CSC 141 - Discrete Structures Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Introduction to logic and proofs: Direct proofs; proof by contradiction, Sets, Combinatorics, Sequences, Formal logic, Prepositional and predicate calculus, Methods of Proof, Mathematical Induction and Recursion, loop invariants, Relations and functions, Pigeon whole principle, Trees and Graphs, Elementary number theory, Optimization and matching. Fundamental structures: Functions; relations (more specifically recursions); pigeonhole principle; cardinality and count ability, probabilistic methods. Course Name: CSC 231 - Data Structures and Algorithms Course Name: CSC 102 - Programming Fundamentals Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Overview of computers and programming. Overview of language for e.g. C language C. Basics of structured and Modular programming. Basic Algorithms and problem solving, development of basic algorithms, analyzing problem, designing solution, testing designed solution. Fundamental programming constructs, translation of algorithms to programs, data types, control structures, functions, arrays, records, files, testing programs. Credit Hours: 4 Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: Object Oriented Programming Course Outline: Introduction to data structures; Arrays, Stacks, Queues, Priority Queues, Linked Lists, Trees, Spanning Trees, Graphs and Traversals. Recursion, sorting and searching algorithms, Shortest path algorithms, Hashing, Storage and retrieval properties and techniques for the various data structures. Algorithm Complexity, Polynomial and Intractable Algorithms, Classes of Efficient Algorithms, Divide and Conquer, Dynamic, Greedy Course Name: CEN 211 - Digital Logic and Design Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Course Name: CSC 103 - Object Oriented Programming Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: Programming Fundamentals Course Outline: Evolution of Object Oriented (OO) programming, OO concepts and principles, problem solving in OO paradigm, OO program design process, classes, methods, objects and encapsulation; constructors and destructors, operator and function overloading, virtual functions, derived classes, inheritance and polymorphism. I/O and file processing, exception handling. Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Basic Electronics Course Outline: Overview ofBinary Numbers, Boolean Algebra, switching algebra, and logic gates, Karnaugh Map and Quin-McCluskey methods, simplification of Boolean functions, Combinational Design; two level NAND/NOR implementation, Tabular Minimization, Combinational Logic Design: adders, subtractors, code converters, parity checkers, multilevel NAND/NOR/XOR circuits, MSI Components, design and use of encoders, decoders, multiplexers, BCD adders, and comparators, Latches and flip-flops, Synchronous sequential circuit design and analysis, Registers, synchronous and asynchronous counters, and memories, Control Logic Design. Modern trends in memory design Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3

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Course Name: CSC 211 - Operating Systems Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: Data Structures and Algorithms Course Outline: History and Goals, Evolution of multi-user systems, Process and CPU management, Multithreading, Kernel and User Modes, Protection, Problems of cooperative processes, Synchronization, Deadlocks, Memory management and virtual memory, Relocation, External Fragmentation, Paging and Demand Paging, Secondary storage, Security and Protection, File systems, I/O systems, Introduction to distributed operating systems. Scheduling and dispatch, Introduction to concurrency. Lab assignments involving different single and multithreaded OS algorithms. Course Name: CSC 221 - Introduction to Database Systems Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: Data Structures and Algorithms Course Outline: Basic database concepts; Entity Relationship modeling, Relational data model and algebra, Structured Query language; RDBMS; Database design, functional dependencies and normal forms; Transaction processing and optimization concepts; concurrency control and recovery techniques; Database security and authorization. Small Group Project implementing a database. Physical database design: Storage and file structure; indexed files; b-trees; files with dense index; files with variable length records; database efficiency and tuning. Credit Hours: 4 Credit Hours: 4 Course Name: SEN 201 - Introduction to Software Engineering Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Prerequisites: Object Oriented Programming Course Outline: Introduction to Computer-based System Engineering; Project Management; Software Specification; Requirements Engineering, System Modeling; Requirements Specifications; Software Prototyping; Software Design: Architectural Design, Object-Oriented Design, UML modeling, Function-Oriented Design, User Interface Design; Quality Assurance; Processes & Configuration Management; Introduction to advanced issues: Reusability, Patterns; Assignments and projects on various stages and deliverables of SDLC. Course Name: CSC 313 - Computer Communication and Networks Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Analogue and digital Transmission, Noise, Media, Encoding, Asynchronous and Synchronous transmission, Protocol design issues. Network system architectures (OSI, TCP/IP), Error Control, Flow Control, Data Link Protocols (HDLC, PPP). Local Area Networks and MAC Layer protocols (Ethernet, Token ring), Multiplexing, Switched and IP Networks, Inter-networking, Routing, Bridging, Transport layer protocols TCP/IP, UDP. Network security issues. Programming exercises, labs or projects involving implementation of protocols at different layers. Credit Hours: 3

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Course Name: CSC 361 - Human Computer Interaction Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: Data Structures and Algorithms Course Outlines: The Human, Computer and Interaction, Usability paradigm and principles, Introduction to design basics, HCI in software process, Design rules, prototyping, evaluation techniques, task analysis, Universal design and User support and Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Introduction to specialized topics such as Groupware, pervasive and ubiquitous applications. Course Name: SEN 498 - Senior Design Project-I (SDP-I) Course Structure: Lectures: 0, Labs: 2 Prerequisites: None Course Name: SEN 499 - Senior Design Project-II (SDP-II) Course Structure: Lectures: 0, Labs: 4 Prerequisites: Senior Design Project-I (SDP-I) Credit Hours: 4 Credit Hours: 2 Credit Hours: 3 Course Name: STAT 301 - Probability and Statistics Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Introduction to Statistics, Descriptive Statistics, Statistics in decision making, Graphical representation of Data Stem-and Lead plot, Box-Cox plots, measures of central tendencies and dispersion, moments of frequency distribution; Counting techniques, introduction to probability, sample space, events, laws of probability, Conditional probability and Bayes theorem with application to random variable (Discrete and continuous) Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Negative Binomial Distributions; Exponential Gamma and Normal distributions. Regression and Correlation, Estimation and testing of hypotheses, use of elementary statistical packages for explanatory Data analysis. Course Name: MATH 211 - Linear Algebra Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Vectors, Vector Spaces, Matrices & Determinants, Cofactor and Inverse, Rank, Linear Independence, Solution of system of Linear systems, Positive Definite matrix, Linear Transformations, Operations on matrices, Inner products, orthgonality and least squares, Eigenvalue & Eigenvectors. Applications to Systems of Equations and to Geometry, Singular Value Decomposition. Course Name: CEN 101 - Basic Electronics Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Fundamentals of Semiconductor physics: Band theory, semiconductors (intrinsic and extrinsic), PN junction, PN junctions as a rectifier, clipper and clamper circuits, Zener diode and voltage regulator, LED and LCD etc., Transistors: Bipolar Junction transistors, BJT biasing circuits, Q-point, BJT as a switch, BJT amplifiers, classes of amplifiers, power amplifiers, FETs, MOSFETs circuits. Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3

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Course Name: HUM 111 - English-I (Functional English) Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Basics of grammar, Parts of speech and use of articles, Sentence structure, active and passive voice, Practice in unified sentence, Analysis of phrases, clause and sentence structure, Transitive and intransitive verbs, Punctuation and spelling, Comprehension, Discussion, Listening, Translation Skills, Paragraph writing and Presentation skills Course Name: HUM 112 English-II (Communication Skills) Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Paragraph Writing, Easy Writing, CV and Job Application, Study Skills, Academic Skills and Presentation Skills. Course Name: HUM 213 English-III (Technical and Report Writing) Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Presentation skills, Easy writing, Academic writing, Technical report writing and Progress report writing. Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3 Course Name: HUM 201 - Pakistan Studies and Islamic Studies Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Prerequisites: None Course Outline: Fundamentals of Islam. (Aqaid, Ibadat, Islamic Dawah etc.); Ethical values of Islam; Seerah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH); Islamic Civilization and its affects on humanity. Study of other prominent world religions and ethical systems in comparison with Islamic viewpoint. Multicultural societies. Historical background of Pakistan: Muslim society in IndoPakistan, the movement led by the societies, The downfall of Islamic society, The establishment of British Raj- Causes and consequences. Political evolution of Muslims in the twentieth century: Sir Syed Ahmed Khan; Muslim League; Nehru; Allama Iqbal: Independence Movement; Lahore Resolution; Pakistan culture and society, Constitutional and Administrative issues, Pakistan and its geo-political dimension, Pakistan and International Affairs, Pakistan and the challenges ahead. Credit Hours: 3

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Course Name: SEN 211- Software Construction Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Introduction to Software Engineering Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will have the ability to: Apply a wide variety of software construction techniques and tools, including state-based and table-driven approaches to low-level design of software Design simple languages and protocols suitable for a variety of applications Generate code for simple languages and protocols using suitable tools Create simple formal specifications of low-level software modules, check the validity of these specifications, and generate code from the specifications using appropriate tools Design simple concurrent software Analyze software to improve its efficiency, reliability, and maintainability Basics of formal languages; syntax and semantics; grammars; Backus Naur Form. Parsing; regular expressions and their relationship to state diagrams Lexical Analysis; tokens; more regular expressions and transition networks; principles of scanners Using tools to generate scanners; applications of scanners. Relation of scanners and compilers Parsing concepts; parse trees; context free grammars, LL Parsing Overview of principles of programming languages. Criteria for selecting programming languages and platforms Tools for automating software design and construction. Modeling system behavior with extended finite state machines SDL concurrency, and analyzing Representing concurrent designs Lab Work: Use of software engineering tools to create designs Use of parser generators to generate languages

Reference Material: Object-Oriented Software Construction, by Bertrand Meyer, Second Edition, Published by, Prentice Hall in 1997 Formal Methods in Computing by M. Ferenczi, and Andras Pataricza , Sep 2005 Code Complete 2nd edition: A practical handbook of software construction, published by Microsoft Press, 2004. Software Engineering by Ian Sommerville, 8th edition, Addison & Wesley. 2006 Course Name: SEN 351- Formal Methods in Software Engineering Credit Hours: 3

Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Outline:

Prerequisites: Introduction to Software Engineering Introduction to formal specification, Transformational development, Specification analysis and proof, Program verification, Objects and types: Sets and set types, Tuples and Cartesian product types, Bindings and schema types, Relations and functions, Properties and schemas, Generic constructions, The Z Language, Syntactic conventions, Schema references, Schema texts, Predicates, Schema expressions, Generics, Sequential Systems.

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Course Name: SEN 302 - Software Requirements Engineering Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Introduction to Software Engineering Course Outline: Definition of requirements engineering and role in system development, Fundamental concepts and activities of requirements engineering, Information elicitation techniques, Modeling scenarios Fundamentals of goal-oriented requirements engineering, Modeling behavioral goals, Modeling quality goals, Goal modeling heuristics, Object modeling for requirements engineering, Object modeling notations, Object modeling heuristics, Identifying objects from goals, Modeling use cases and state machines, Deriving operational requirements from goals, Requirements Specification, Requirements verification and validation Management of inconsistency and conflict, requirements engineering risks, the role of quality goals in the requirements selection process, Techniques for requirements evaluation, selection and prioritization; Requirements management; Requirements traceability and impact analysis. Course Name: SEN 312 - Software Design and Architecture Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Outline: Introduction: Putting Software Architecture in Context, Software Architecture as a Design Plan, Software Architecture as an Abstraction, Software Architecture Terminology, Four Views of Software Architecture, Loose coupling between Views, Engineering concerns addressed by different views, Using the four Views. Global Analysis: Overview of Global Analysis Activities. Analyze Factors. Develop Strategies. Analyze Organizational Factors. Begin Developing Strategies. Analyze Technological Factors. Continue Developing Strategies. Analyze Product Factors. Continue Developing Strategies. Conceptual Architecture View: Design Activities for the Conceptual Architecture View. Central Design Tasks: Components, Connectors, and Configuration. Final Design Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Software Requirements Engineering Task: Resource Budgeting, Traceability, Uses for the Conceptual Architecture View. Module Architecture View: Design Activities for the Module Architecture View. Central Design Tasks: Modularization and Layering, Final Design Task: Interface Design, Traceability, Uses for the Module Architecture View. Execution Architecture View: Design Activities for the Execution Architecture View. Central Design Tasks: Runtime Entities, Communication Paths, and Configuration, Final Design Task: Resource Allocation, Traceability, Uses for the Execution Architecture View. Code Architecture View: Design Activities for the Code Architecture View. Central Design Tasks, Final Design Tasks, Traceability, Uses for the Code Architecture View. Role of Architect: The Architect as a Key Technical Consultant, The Architect Makes Decisions, The Architect Coaches, The Architect Coordinates, The Architect Implements, The Architect Advocates, Software Architecture as a Career. Lab Work Planning and Practice methodologies. of existing software design

Outline of requirements, the existing design & architecture practices using up to date tools and technologies Applications of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), its phases and thus implementation of different process models Efficient use of different modeling and design tools e.g. UML (for code generation), open source code development etc. Writing of Software Design Specifications Course Name: SEN 322 - Software Quality Engineering Course Structure: Lectures: 2, Labs: 1 Outline: Introduction to software quality assurance, The Quality Challenge, Quality Control v/s Quality Assurance, Quality Assurance in Software Projects (Phases), Principles and Practices, Quality Management, Quality Assurance and Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Software Requirements Engineering

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Standards, Quality Planning and Quality Control, Verification and Validation, Planning Verification and Validation, Critical System Validation, Reliability Validation, Safety Assurance, Security assessment, Inspections and reviews, Principles of software validation, Software verification, Planning for Software Quality Assurance, Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Plans, SQA-Organizational Level Initiatives, SQA Planning (Observations, Numbers, Results), Software Testing, Specification based test construction techniques, White-box and grey-box testing, Others comprehensive software testing techniques for SDLC, Control flow oriented test construction techniques, Data flow oriented test construction techniques, Clean-room approach to quality assurance, Product Quality and Process Quality, Standards for process quality and standards for product quality, Walkthroughs and Inspections, Structure, Checklist, Audits, Roles and Responsibilities (Reviews, Inspections, etc.), How to make Reviews and Inspections most effective Lab Work: Planning and Development of test cases Planning and implementation of different Testing Techniques e.g. White Box Testing, Black Box Testing, Recursion Testing etc. Collection and Generation of test data Practicing Testing methodologies using automated testing tool & technologies Analysis of Test results & Extreme testing charts, Critical chain scheduling, Using MS-Project, Assigning Resources, Resource leveling, Team models, Managing conflict and motivating, Project Monitoring and Control: Status reporting, Project metrics, EVM, Communications Techniques, Risk management and Change control Project Recovery, Documentation, Cutover/Migration, Post Project Reviews, Closing.

Course Name: SEN 432 - Software Project Management Course Structure: Lectures: 3, Labs: 0 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Introduction to Software Engineering Outline: Software Crisis and Software Engineering, Classic Mistakes, Overview of Project Management, PMI Process Groups, Software project Phases, Project charter, Statement of Work (SOW), Planning Phase: Development lifecycle models, matching lifecycles to projects, Project plans, Work Breakdown Structures (WBS), Estimation of effort and cost (Expert Judgment, FP and Use Case point methods), Scheduling: Project network diagram fundamentals, CPM, PERT, Gantt

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Foundation University Faculty of Engineering & IT List of Elective Courses


Elective Computing & Software Engineering Courses
Course Title Credit Hours Semester 3 (3-0) 7-8 Software Metrics Software Engineering Economics 3 (3-0) 3-4 3 (3-0) 7-8 Information System Audit Business Process Automation 3 (3-0) 7-8 Design Patterns 3 (3-0) 7-8 3 (2-1) 6-8 Software Testing Formal Methods 3 (3-0) 6-7 3 (3-0) 7-8 PSP and TSP Distributed Computing 3 (3-0) 7-8 Introduction to Soft Computing 3 (2-3) 4-5 3 (3-0) 6-7 Real-time systems Data Warehousing and Data Mining 3 (2-1) 6-7 3 (2-1) 5-6 Artificial Intelligence Data Security and Encryption 3 (3-0) 6-8 3 (3-0) 2-3 Discrete Structures II 3 (3-0) 5-6 Automata Theory and Formal Languages Microprocessor Interfacing 3 (2-1) 5-7 Analysis of Algorithms 3 (3-0) 5-6 Principles of Programming Languages 3 (3-0) 7-8 Computer Graphics 3 (2-1) 5-8 Artificial Neural Networks 3 (3-0) 5-8 Advance Database Management Systems 3 (2-1) 5-8 Bio-Informatics 3 (3-0) 5-8 Web-Engineering 3(2-1) 5-8 3(2-1) 6-8 Digital Image Processing Computer Architecture 3 (3-0) 4-5 Visual Programming 3(2-1) 6-8 Advanced Programming 3(2-1) 2-4 System Programming 3(2-1) 5-8 Internet Based Software Development 3(2-1) 6-8

Elective Supporting Courses


Course Title Advanced Calculus Numerical and Symbolic Computing Stochastic Processes Physics-II (Mechanics) Bio-Chemistry Biology/ genetics Digital Electronics Software Engineering Economics Computational Linear Algebra Mathematical tools for Software Engineering Operation Research Simulation and Modeling Natural Language Processing Credit Hours Semester 3 (3-0) 2-3 3 (3-0) 5-6 3 (3-0) 6-7 3(3-0) 2-3 3 (3-0) 4-5 3 (3-0) 4-5 3(2-1) 2-4 3(3-0) 3-4 3(3-0) 5-6 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3(3-0) 3 (3-0) 6-7 5-6 4-5 6-7

Elective General Education Courses


Course Title English Literature Economics Sociology Psychology International Relations Foreign Language (Arabic, French, German, etc.) Information System Audit Principles of Management Human Resource Management Marketing Accounting and Finance Engineering Ethics Engineering Management Credit Hours Semester 3 (3-0) 4-5 3 (3-0) 5-7 3 (3-0) 2-6 3 (3-0) 2-4 3 (3-0) 6-7 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 7-8 6-7 4-5 4-5 6-7 5-7 2-5 5-8

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Job Opportunities
Software Engineering is the key area in domains of sciences that includes the development of high quality softwares. Professionals with software engineering skills are highly demanded all over the world due to its demand. Like any other conventional engineering, software engineering is also becoming an important engineering domain. Software engineering can make a remarkable future not only in software market but in telecom and other sector as well. The domain of software engineering is defining the new dimensions of research and development beyond the conventional computer science areas. Since its inception, software engineering has opened new venues in research and development. Many research institutes all over the world are researching on new development in software engineering. Students are offered scholarship and invited from all over the world for the research in this particular are. COME AND JOIN US IN FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY, IF YOU WANT TO LEARN HOW TO DEVELOP THE QUALITY SOFTWARES WITH EMERGING STANDARDS.

WALEED ABRAR (BCSE-2008)


Since my admission back in 2008, I have very energizing experiences in Foundation University. I have taken several courses including ISE, SQE, SDA, SPM, DLD, CA, Data Structure, Object Oriented Paradigm and many more which has shaped me up for the industry and advance studies. The university is very keen to provide the students with all necessary facilities like, internet lab, information and resource center and telecom labs. FUIEMS is equipped with all amenities of a modern university.

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MS-COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction
The Master of Science in Computer Science is a highly technical program and therefore presumes previous experience in Computer Science. The core courses provide an advanced understanding of theoretical and applied computer science, which allows the student to begin exploring the specialization areas. It prepares students for advanced positions in industry and research. The Master of Science in Computer Science is a highly technical program and therefore presumes previous experience in Computer science. The program consists of four core courses and a specialization track of three courses. The core courses provide an advanced understanding of theoretical and applied computer science, which allows the students to begin exploring the specialization areas. It

prepares students for advanced positions in industry and research. Approved courses of 24 credits in the major subject (600 level & above) Deficiency courses may be below 600 level, but these will neither be given numerical grades nor counted towards CGPA and shall be given letter grades P (pass) or F (fail) Research and Thesis will have 9 credits. Any additional course work as prescribed in individual cases.

Further details are contained in Foundation University MPhil/MS and PhD Regulations. The Institute will offer optional courses depending upon the specialization(s) of available faculty. A list of compulsory and optional courses is given below. All courses are of three credit hours.

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SCHEME OF STUDY
MS (CS) Program Duration: 04 Semesters (2 years) Courses: 24 Credits Thesis: 9 credits Comprehensive Examinations: Subjective/Objective basis Total: 33 Credits masters programs in Computer Science are captured. The proposed curriculum structure may be implemented within four-semester time. A project/thesis work may be unified with students chosen depth oriented specialties. Generally graduate programs are structured with a common core of fundamental material and wide range of options for the rest of the course work.

Program Structure

Eligibility

The graduate program should embody sufficient flexibility to fulfill the requirements of either an academic degree (Breadth-Based) obtained in preparation for further graduate study or a terminal professional degree (DepthBased). The discipline of Computer Science has matured enough that the distinction between academic and professional programs is beginning to appear. However, the concept of an utterly terminal program is not widely accepted in the field. All Computer Science academic programs should provide the possibility of additional study in the field. The proposed program is intended to establish an integrated breadth and depth based curriculum model to assure that the common aspects of various potential

BS (CS) 4 Years Degree Program (min 130 credit hours), or Computer Science Conversion Course 2 Years Degree Program referred to as MCS or MSc (CS). BCS-3 years Degree Program-Student will be required to complete the deficiency of difference of total earned credit hours and 120 credit hours. 16 year Science and Engineering graduates are eligible but they have to cover deficiency.

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Courses Requirements:
Core Courses
# Code Course Title Advanced Theory of Computation Advanced Algorithm Analysis Advanced Operating Systems Advanced Computer Architecture Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 (12/33)

MS (CS) Program Semester-wise Plan


Semester 1 (12 Credit Hrs)
Subjects 1 Advanced Theory of Computation 2 Advance Algorithm Analysis 3 Advanced Operating System 4 Advanced Computer Architecture Total: Credit Hrs 3 3 3 3 12 Credit Hrs 3 3 3 9 Credit Hrs 3 3 6 Credit Hrs 6 6 Total (all semesters) = 33

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CSC 531 CSC 532 CSC 521 CEN 541

List of Elective Courses


Course Title Credit Hours 3 (3-0) Digital Signal Processing Parallel and Distributed Computing 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) Control Systems and Robotics Real Time Operating Systems 3 (3-0) Advance Networking 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) Network Security Topics in Computer Networks 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) Network Administration Ad-Hoc and Wireless Networks 3 (3-0) Theory of Programming Languages 3 (3-0) Multimedia Database 3 (3-0) Computer Vision 3 (3-0) Pattern Recognition and Analysis 3 (3-0) Advance Software Architecture 3 (3-0) Advance Topics in Software Engineering 3 (3-0) Selected Topics in Requirement Engineering and Knowledge Management 3 (3-0) Formal Specifications and Modeling 3 (3-0) Selected Topics in Software Quality Assurance 3 (3-0) Usability Engineering in HCI 3 (3-0) Research Methods 3 (3-0) Computational Intelligence 3 (3-0) Evolutionary Algorithms 3 (3-0) Machine Learning 3 (3-0) Applied Business Intelligence 3 (3-0) Selected Topics in Data Mining and Data Ware-Housing 3 (3-0)

Semester 2 (9 Credit Hrs)


Subjects 1 Elective I 2 Elective II 3 Elective III Total:

Semester 3 (6 Credit Hrs)


Subjects 1 Thesis (partial registration) 2 Elective IV Total: Subjects 1 Thesis (partial registration) Total:

Semester 4 (6 Credit Hrs)

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CORE COURSE DESCRIPTION


Course Name: Advanced Theory of Computation Course Structure: Lectures: 3 Labs: 0 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: Automata Theory and Formal Languages Course Description: Automata theory, formal languages, Turing machines, computability theory and reducibility, computational complexity, determinism, non-determinism, time hierarchy, space hierarchy, NP completeness, selected advanced topics. Course Name: Advance Algorithm Analysis Course Structure: Lectures: 3 Labs: 0 Prerequisites: Data Structures and Algorithms Course Description: Advanced algorithm analysis including the introduction of formal techniques and the underlying mathematical theory. NP-completeness. Search Techniques. Randomized Algorithms. Heuristic and Approximation Algorithms. Topics include asymptotic analysis of upper and average complexity bounds using big-O, little-o, and theta notation. Fundamental algorithmic strategies (brute-force, greedy, divide-and-conquer, backtracking, branch-andbound, pattern matching, and numerical approximations) are covered. Also included are standard graph and tree algorithms. Additional topics include standard complexity classes, time and space tradeoffs in algorithms, using recurrence relations to analyze recursive algorithms, non-computable functions, the halting problem, and the implications of non-computability. Algorithmic animation is used to reinforce theoretical results. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to explain the mathematical concepts used in describing the complexity of an algorithm, and select and apply algorithms appropriate to a particular situation. Credit Hours: 3

Course Name: Advance Operating System Course Structure: Lectures:3 Labs: 0 Prerequisites: Operating Systems Course Objective: To apprise the students with characteristics of modern operating systems and architectural models. Course Contents: - Introduction Characterization of Modern Operating Systems; file systems, memory management techniques, Process scheduling and resource management. - System Models Architectural models - Interprocess Communication - Issues of Security in Distributed Systems (Partial coverage) - Distributed File System - Concurrency Control in Distributed Systems - Problems of coordination and agreement in Distributed Systems - Replication Advantages and requirements Fault-tolerant services - Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Course Name: Advance Computer Architecture Course Structure: Lectures:3 Labs: 0 Prerequisites: Computer Architecture Course Contents: This course is aimed at the hardware aspects of parallel computer architectures including the design and protocols evaluation for memory coherence, inter-connection networks and system scalability. Advanced topics in this course will cover multiprocessors on a chip, reconfigurable computing and power aware designs. Various coarse-grained and finegrained architectures with reference to SIMD and MIMD designs should also be covered. Credit Hours: 3 Credit Hours: 3

PhD (CS) Program


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As per Higher Education Commission (HEC) curriculum.

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Faculty of Management Sciences


Head of Department Faculty
Professor Dr. Muhammad Nadeem Safwan, MBA Marketing (Philippines), DBA (Philippines) Associate Professor Dr. Hummayoun Naeem, MA (Sociology), MBA (Management) (UK), PhD (Pak) Prof. Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Saif, PhD (METU Turkey)

Assistant Professor Nain Tara Sarfraz Raja, MBA (Finance) (UK), DBA (UK), MPA (Pak) Aziz-ur-Rehman Rana, MA (English), MBA (UK) Amir Gulzar Sindhu, MBA (Marketing), MPhil (MS), PhD (in progress) Qaiser Ali Malik, MPhil (MS), ACMA, PhD (in progress) Lecturer Sana Irfan, BBA (Hons), MBA (Marketing) (Pak), MPhil (in progress) Nadia Asghar, BBA (Hons) Gold Medal, MBA (Finance) Gold Medal, MS (Finance) Gold Medal Naeem Ullah, MS (Finance) (Pak) Shafaq Malik, MS (Finance) (Pak) Waqas Raja, MBA (HRM) (Pak), MS (HRM) (Pak), PhD (TQM) (in progress)

Programs Offered Programs


BBA (Hons.) (Morning/Evening) MBA 1 Year (Evening) MBA Professional 2 Years (Morning/Evening) MBA 2 years (Morning/Evening) MBA 3 years (Morning/Evening) MPhil PhD

Duration
8 Semesters 3 Semesters 4 Semesters 5 Semesters 7 Semesters 4 Semesters 6 Semesters

Eligibility
FSc/FA/ICom or Equivalent Qualification with 2nd Division BBA (Hons) (4 years), old MBA/ MPA/MCom/ACMA/ACA/BCom (4 years) BA/BSc, BCom or equivalent Qualification with 2nd Division 16 years non-Business Schooling with 2nd Division BA/BSc, BCom or equivalent qualification with 2nd Division MBA or equivalent with 60% marks or CGPA-3 in the relevant subject MPhil degree in Management Sciences or 18 years of education in relevant Subject

Area of Specialization: Finance/Marketing/Human Resources Management.

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Job Opportunities
Business Studies are helping graduates/students not only in developing into a good person but also perusing good career either by joining government, or private organization as employee or starting your own business. Though economy has slowed down in recent years yet there are still large number of career opportunities for business graduates. Large number of business and non business organizations are looking of business graduates to fill their empty seat. Business graduates are joining small to large level of local and multinational organization in different department/ areas. The areas where these graduates are perusing career are Accounting, Consulting, Commercial Banking, Corporate Banking, Money Management, Real Estate, Consumer Goods, Advertising, Sale Management, Brand/ Product Management, Distributing, Human Resources Management, Small Business, Entrepreneurship, Teaching and Administration etc. Technology, Health and Education. We intend to seek all opportunities of collaboration and strategic alliance with other universities, institutions, industry, public sector organizations, and international organizations for the development of management training programs. The Curricula of Business Administration programs consist of business core courses and an area of specialization. Building on a firm foundation in written and oral communications, mathematical and statistical methods, appreciation of the humanities and the arts and an understanding of the methodology and accomplishments of the social, behavioural and natural sciences, the business core seeks to expose students to the realms of financial and managerial accounting, micro and macro economics, and the functional fields of business. In addition an international dimension is also included in the curriculum to prepare students for the world of international Business.

Management Sciences

The mission of the Faculty of Management Sciences is to develop human resources for occupying leadership positions in management as executives and entrepreneurs. The faculty aims to achieve this objective by selecting the best students with a burning desire in life. The curricula is according to the needs of the society and industry, inculcating the values necessary to meet the challenges of globalization and by developing an orientation to find indigenous and low cost solutions for the problems being faced by emerging countries, like Pakistan. The faculty ensures that all the degree and non-degree management programs are being used to help managers learn management skills, from leadership to team working and coaching to future planning. One of the major strength of the faculty is the corporate university environment. The faculty of management sciences also aims at developing entrepreneurial, management, various enterprises resource planning and human relationship skill development programs in collaboration with Information

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Assessment
The students are assessed through quizzes, assignments, presentations, oral and written examinations. The students have to maintain 2.0 CGPA for BBA and MBA and 2.70 CGPA for MPhil and PhD by the end of the degree program. The Mid Term including quizzes, assignments and Terminal Exam comprises of 100 marks.

BBA Program
Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Projects: Internship Total 08 Semesters (4 years) 126 Credits 06 Credits Non Credit 132 Credits

Sania Sarfraz (BBA) 2008


I choose FUIEMS for my undergraduate study, because it seemed to epitomize affordable quality. The teaching staff has a true open door policy that helps to make diverse courses look easy, providing an opportunity for students to meet and discuss the latest issues with stakeholders. The quality of teaching is second to none. Course coordinators are like mentors contributing continuously and are source of encouragement from the first day till graduation in the University. The University fosters independence and encourages participation in seminars and discussions.

Courses Offered BBA (Hons)

BBA generally prepare individuals to plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization. It includes different aspects of organization like instruction in management theory, human resources management and behaviour, accounting and other quantitative methods, purchasing and logistics, production, marketing, and business decision-making as well as give in-depth insight to manage effectively the complex organizations, small to medium enterprises, or the public sector. Foundation University offers BBA program with flexibility, a fantastic extra-curricular experience, and most particularly, change. It is a full time program consisting 42 courses of three credit hours each (Total 136 credits) to be completed in four years (eight semesters). Details are given below.

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Semester-1
Code ECO 401 QTM 401 IT 401 ACC 401 MGT 401 Course Title Principles of Microeconomics Business Math Computer Application to Business Principles of Accounting I Principles of Management Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

Semester-2
Code EENG 401 ECO 402 QTM 402 ACC 402 HUM 406 Course Title Communication Skills Principles of Macroeconomics Calculus Principles of Accounting II General Modules: Sociology Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite QTM 401 ACC 401 -

Semester-3
Code HUM 401 ENG 402 FIN 401 QTM 403 MKT 401 Course Title Psychology Oral Communications Introduction to Business Finance Introduction to Statistics Principles of Marketing Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite ACC 401 -

Semester-4
Code ENG 403 QTM 404 FIN 402 MKT 423 HUM 402 Course Title Business Communication Statistical Inference Financial Institutions and Markets Marketing Management Islamic Studies Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite QTM 403 MKT 401 -

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Semester-5
Code HUM 403 ACC 403 ACC 404 MGT 402 HUM 407 Course Title Information Management Laws of Taxation Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting Comparative Management General Modules Pak Studies Elective I Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite ACC 402 MGT 401 -

Semester-6
Code MGT 405 HUM 404 PRO 401 BR 401 FIN 403 IT 403 Course Title Organizational Behavior Human Resource Management Internship Methods of Business Research Financial Management E- Commerce Elective II Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite MGT 401 BR 401 QTM 403 FIN 401 -

Semester-7
Code MGT 404 MGT 411 ACC 405 Course Title Business and Company Law International Business Analysis Cost Management and Control Elective-III Elective-IV Project-I Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite MGT 401 ACC 404 BR 401

PRO 402

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Semester-8
Code QTM 405 MGT 406 MGT 407 PRO 403 Course Title Production and Operations Management Small Business Management Managerial Policy Project-II Elective-V Elective-VI Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite QTM 402 MGT 401 MGT 401 PRO 402 -

Project I in Seventh Semester (Development and Submission of Project Proposal) Project II in Eighth Semester (Thesis, Presentation and Viva)

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MBA Program
Introduction
The basic objective of Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is to prepare students to meet the challenges of fulfilling the needs of the society under resource constraints by providing new dimensions in the body of knowledge needed for managerial development. Environmental, social, ecological, and economic forces are affecting every sector of business enterprise and every area of business, governmental and industrial administration. The MBA program will prepare students for assuming responsibilities of management in their career path in business and other organizations. The program also prepares students having career interest in teaching or research and also for higher studies. The Foundation University Institute of Engineering and Management Sciences offer three different types of MBA programs as detailed by HEC Roadmap. The details are given: 1. 2. 3. 4. MBA MBA Professional MBA MBA 1 years 2 years 2 years 3 years

MBA 1 years Program

The 1 years program has been inducted to cater for students who have done BBA 4 years Program (124-136 Cr.Hrs.)/Old MBA/MPA/MCom/ACMA/ACA/4 years BCom. The MBA Program shall be of one and a half years duration. The MBA Program shall be of one and half years regular studies, 3 semesters, 10 courses and Dissertation of total 36 credit hours. The students shall be awarded MBA Degree provided he/she shall pass all courses, and compulsory thesis.

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Project: Total:

03 Semesters (1 years) 30 Credits 06 Credits 36 Credits

Semester-1
Code FIN 507 BR 502 MKT 512 Course Title Project Monitoring & Evaluation Advanced Business Research Strategic Marketing Management Elective I Elective II Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

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Semester-2
Code ECO 504 MGT 535 MGT 521 Course Title Managerial Economics Organization Development Processes Operations Research Elective I Elective II Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

Semester-3
Code PRO 501 Course Title Project Total Credit Hours 6 36 PreRequisite BR 502

MBA Professional

Scheme of Study
Duration Courses: Project:

The 2 years program has been inducted to cater for professional who have done 14 years of business/ nonbusiness schooling and have at least 4 years job experience. The MBA Professional shall be of two years regular studies, 4 semesters, 24 courses and Dissertation of total 72 credit hours. The students shall be awarded MBA Degree provided he/she shall pass all courses, completes the project.

04 Semesters (2 years) 72 Credits Non Credit (Pass/Fail) (Degree Requirement) Subjective/Objective Basis 72 Credits

Comprehensive Examinations: Total:

Semester-1
Code ACC 501 QTM 501 ECO 502 MGT 501 ENG 501 IT 503 Course Title Financial Accounting Business Math & Stat Microeconomics Principles of Management Business Communication & Report Writing Computer Application to Business Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite -

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Semester-2
Code ACC 502 QTM 502 ECO 503 MGT 503 MKT 501 FIN 501 Course Title Management Accounting Statistical Inference Macroeconomics Organizational Behavior Marketing Fundamentals Introduction to Business Finance Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite ACC 501 MGT 501 ACC 501

Semester-3
Code AFIN 502 BR 501 MGT 504 Course Title Financial Management Methods of Business Research Business Law Elective I Elective II Elective III Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 PreRequisite FIN 501 -

Semester-4
Code AMGT 502 MGT 505 BR 502 Course Title Human Resource Management Business Policy Advance Business Research Elective I Elective II Elective III Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 72 PreRequisite MGT 501 MKT 501 -

A thesis work (Non-Credit) with Fail/Pass grades

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MBA 2 years Program

The 2 years program has been inducted to cater for students who have done 16 years of non-business schooling. The MBA Program shall be of two and half years regular studies, 5 semesters, 20 courses and Dissertation of total 66 credit hours. The students shall be awarded MBA Degree provided he/she shall pass all courses, completes the thesis and internship.

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Project: Internship: Total:

05 Semesters (2 years) 60 Credits 06 Credits Non-Credit 66 Credit Hours

Semester-1
Code ACC 501 ECO 502 MGT501 IT 503 QTM 501 Course Title Accounting Economics Principles of Management Introduction to IT Business Quantitative Techniques Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

Semester-2
Code ENG 501 MKT 501 HUM 504 MGT 503 FIN 501 Course Title Business Communication Principles of Marketing Business Ethics Organizational Behavior Fundamentals of Business Finance Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite MGT 501 ACC 501

Semester-3
Code FIN 502 QTM 504 MGT 502 Course Title Financial Management Statistical Inference Human Resource Management Elective I Elective II Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite FIN 501 MGT 501 -

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Semester-4
Code BR 501 MGT 504 MGT 546 Course Title Methods in Business Research Corporate Law Entrepreneurship Elective I Elective II Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite MGT 501 -

Semester-5
Code PRO 501 Course Title Project Total Credit Hours 6 66 PreRequisite BR 501

MBA 3 years Program

The 3 years program has been inducted to cater for students who have done two years BA/BSc/BCom. The MBA Program shall be of three and a half years regular studies, 7 semesters, 30 courses and Dissertation of total 96 credit hours. The students shall be awarded MBA Degree provided he/she shall pass all courses, completes the thesis and internship.

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Project: Internship: Total:

07 Semesters (3 years) 90 Credits 06 Credits Non-Credit 96 Credits

Semester-1
Code ACC 501 ECO 502 MGT 501 ENG 501 IT 503 Course Title Accounting I Microeconomics Principles of Management Business Communication & Report Writing Introduction to IT Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

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Semester-2
Code ACC 502 QTM 502 ECO 503 HUM 504 MKT 501 Course Title Accounting II Business Quantitative Techniques Macroeconomics Business Ethics Marketing Fundamentals Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite ACC 501 -

Semester-3
Code MKT 523 MGT 546 FIN 501 MGT 502 QTM 504 Course Title Marketing Management Entrepreneurship`` Introduction to Business Finance Human Resource Management Statistical Inference Total: Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite MKT501 MGT 501 QTM 502

Semester-4
Code BR 501 MGT 504 FIN 502 MGT 503 IT 512 Course Title Methods in Business Research Corporate Law Financial Management Organizational Behavior E- Commerce Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite FIN 501 -

Semester-5
Code QTM 405 MGT 505 FIN 507 Course Title Production & Operation Management Total Quality Management Project Management Elective I Elective II Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite -

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Semester-6
Code MGT 505 MGT 505 MKT 502 Course Title Strategic Management Organizational Design & Analysis Operational Research Elective I Elective II Internship Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 PreRequisite MGT 501 -

Semester-7
Code PRO 501 Course Title Project Total Credit Hours 6 72 PreRequisite BR 501

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Masters of Philosophy (Management Sciences)


Introduction
This higher studies Program is designed to meet the challenges of the dynamic world of business and to provide a chance to the students, teachers of universities and employees of organizations to improve their qualifications. The MPhil program shall extend over a period of at least two years or four semesters. (1) Candidates with sixteen years of schooling or 4 years education (130 credit hours) after HSSC/FA/FSc/Grade 12 equivalent with minimum CGPA of 3.00 or 1st division for the admission in MPhil programme will be required. (2) The GAT-General conducted by the National Testing Services with a minimum 50% cumulative score will be valid for a period of two years from the test date.

For further detail, please consult Foundation University MPhil/MS and PhD Regulations.

Scheme of Study

MPhil/MS Duration: Courses: Thesis Comprehensive Examinations:

04 Semesters (2 years) 24 Credits 06 Subjective/Objective basis

Compulsory Courses Code Title MGT 601 Advance Management MGT 602 Contemporary Business Issues MKT 601 Advance Marketing QTM 601 Quantitative Analysis BR 601 Research Methods Optional Courses Code Title MKT 602 Seminar in Marketing MKT 603 Industrial Marketing MKT 604 Consumer Behaviour MKT 605 Integrated Marketing Communications IT 601 Database Management IT 602 Systems Analysis and Design IT 603 Data Networks and Communications FIN 601 Project Management FIN 603 Empirical Methods in Finance FIN 604 Financial Risk Measurement and Management The courses will be offered subject to the availability of qualified faculty having not less than PhD or equivalent. The above list of courses is not final.

The Program

Approved courses of 24 credits in the major subject (600 & above) Deficiency courses may be below 600, but these will neither be given numerical grades nor counted towards CGPA and shall be given letter grades P (pass) or F (fail) Research and Thesis will have 12 credits. Any additional course work as prescribed in individual cases. The board of advance studies and research (BASAR) will approve the topic and synopsis on the recommendation of the Supervisor. The Institute will offer optional courses depending upon the specialization(s) of available faculty. A complete list of compulsory and optional courses is given below.

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Doctor of Philosophy: PhD Management Sciences


This research based degree program prepares graduates for careers in teaching, research and consulting in various functional areas of business. Graduates of the program are expected to make significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge of business practices through research and consulting and to disseminate such knowledge through their teaching. The curriculum is designed to provide graduates with in-depth exposure to a specific business content area and sophisticated analytical methods as well as an insight in various current and future critical business issues. The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program shall extend over a period of at least three years or six semesters. (1) Candidates with the minimum CGPA of 3.00 (out of 4.0 in the semester system) or 1st division (in the annual system) in MS/MPhil/ Equivalent Degree for admission in the PhD programme will be required. (2) However, candidates applying for those subjects in which first division is not very common will be eligible for admission with a minimum of 50% marks or CGPA of 2.7 out of 4.0 (e.g. Linguistics, Literature and any other subject ordained by the BASAR). (3) No move over to PhD without exclusive completion of MS or MPhil program. (4) GRE (International) Subject Test conducted by the Educational Testing Services will be necessary at time of admission to PhD Programme. The Minimum acceptable scores are as follows: (a) 45% Percentile Score: were valid for admission until December 31, 2010. (b) 50% Percentile Score: were valid for admission until December 31, 2011. (3) 60% Percentile Score: valid for admission thereafter. (5) In disciplines where this test is not available, the test will be conducted by the National Testing Services (NTS). Qualifying score for NTS subject test will be minimum 60% cumulative score.

Following are the features of the program:

Approved courses of 18 credit hours of 700 level and above. Deficiency courses may be below 700, but these will neither be given numerical grades nor counted towards CGPA and shall be given letter grades P (pass) or F (fail). Dissertation will have 18 credits. Any additional course work as prescribed in individual cases. The BASAR approves the topic of research on the recommendations of the graduate studies committees and supervisor. For further details, please refer to Foundation University MPhil/MS and PhD Regulations.

Scheme of Study

PhD (MS) Program Duration: Courses: Thesis: Comprehensive Examinations: Total:

06 Semesters (3 years) 18 Credits 18 Credits Subjective/Objective basis 36 Credits

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Courses
Code DACC 701 BR 701 FIN 701 MGT 701 MGT 702 MGT 703 MGT 704 MGT 705 MGT 706 MGT 707 Title Accounting for Decision Making Research Methods & Report Writing Managerial Finance Public Policy Analyses Public Personal Policy Organizational Behaviour Organization Development Public Accountability Organization Theory Multinational Perspectives on Management Code MGT 708 MGT 709 MGT 710 MKT 701 MKT 702 MKT 703 MKT 704 MKT 705 QTM 701 QTM 702 Title Strategic Management Small Business Management Hotel Management Advertising in Contemporary Society Modern Marketing Theory Marketing Ethics Marketing Planning & Strategy Consumer Psychology & Behaviour Quantitative Techniques Production & Operations Management

Each course carries three credit hours

The courses will be offered subject to the availability of relevant faculty. The courses duly approved may be offered besides the list above.

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List of Elective Courses for MBA


Accounting
Code ACC 503 ACC 504 ACC 505 ACC 506 ACC 507 Course Title Income Tax Accounting Auditing Advanced Accounting Analysis of Financial Statements Seminar in Accounting Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 PreRequisite ACC 501 ACC 501 ACC 501 ACC 501 ACC 501

Finance and Banking


Code FIN 504 FIN 505 FIN 506 FIN 507/430 FIN 508 FIN 509 FIN 510 BNK 501 BNK 502 Course Title Financial Theory and Institution Corporate Finance Seminar in Finance Project Evaluation Security Analysis Treasury and Funds Management International Financial Management Investment Banking International Banking Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 PreRequisite ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501 ACC 501/FIN 501

Marketing
Code MKT 503 MKT 504 MKT 505 MKT 506 MKT 507 MKT 508 MKT 509 MKT 510 MKT 511 Course Title Advertising Personal Selling Exports Marketing Consumer Behaviour Industrial Marketing Sales Management Seminar in Marketing Analysis of International Consumer International Business Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 PreRequisite MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501 MKT 501

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Information Technology
Code IT 507 IT 508 IT 509 IT 510 IT 511 IT 512 IT 513 IT 515 Course Title Database Management Systems System Analysis & Design Information Systems Software Project Management Data Warehousing E-Business Data Networks & Communications Computer Programming Credit Hours 2, 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 2, 1 PreRequisite -

An elective course is offered subject to the required number of students and availability of faculty.

Human Resource Management


Code MGT 506 MGT-508 Course Title Human Resource Development Development of Leadership Total: Credit Hours 3 3 6 PreRequisite MGT-501 MGT-501

Elective Courses
Finance
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation Project Monitoring and Evaluation Advances Financial Management Treasury and Funds Management Security Analyses Empirical Research and Methods in Finance Financial Risk Measurements and Management 8. BNK 503 General Banking Procedures 9. ACC 503 Income Tax Accounting 10. ACC 508 Advances Managerial Accounting Money and Capital Markets* 11. Islamic Economics & Banking* 12. Contemporary Banking Practices* 13. 14. Micro Finance* 15. ECO 504 Managerial Economics FIN 511 FIN 507 FIN 512 FIN 509 FIN 508 FIN 513 FIN 514

Marketing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

MKT 512 MKT 513 MKT 502 MKT 514 MKT 515 MKT 516 MKT 517 MKT 518 MKT 519 MKT 521 MKT 522 MKT 523 MKT 520 MKT 518

Strategic Marketing Global Marketing Marketing Research Brand Management Marketing Analytics Marketing and Finance Creating Synergy Sales Force and distribution Effectiveness Services Marketing Customer Relationship Management Marketing Creativity Marketing Communications Marketing Projects and Services Overseas New Product Development Advance Marketing Management

1. 2.

Human Resource Management: Pre-requisite is 501


MGT 506 Human Resource Development MGT 518 Strategic Human Resource Management

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. MGT 507 MGT 508 MGT 509 MGT 510 MGT 511 MGT 512 MGT 513 MGT 514 MGT 515 MGT 516 MGT 547 Crisis Management Development of Leadership Skills Bargaining and Negotiation Management Building high Performance Teams Compensation Management Emotional Intelligence Recruitment and Selection Organizational Development Career Management International HRM Training and Development 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. FIN 507 MGT 514 MGT 515 MGT 516 MGT 521 MGT 517 MGT 522 MGT 523 MGT 524 Project Management Change Management Total Quality Management Harvard Business Review Case Analysis Operations Research Business Process Re-engineering Hospitality Management Logistic Management Health Management

Advance Management Courses


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Information Technology
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. IT 511 IT 507 IT 508 IT 501 IT 510 IT 513 IT 506 IT 516

Data Warehousing Database Management Systems System Analysis and Design Computer Application and Packages Software Project Management Data Networks and Communication Computer Programming (C++ and/or Java) Relational Data Base Management Systems II (RDBMS-II) Advance Computer Application to Business

Introduction to Industrial Relations Legal Environment in Business Organizational Development Organizational Theory Enterprise Resource Management Logic Critical Thinking Organizational Theory and Behavior Introduction to Logic Analysis of Pakistani Industry Management & Org of Pakistan Economy MGT 520 Advance Management MGT 519 Managerial Policy

General Courses
1. 2. FIN 515

Economic and Financial Decisions in Business MGT 511 International Business Analysis

* Codes of courses with asterisk will be given at the time of course offer.

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Specialized/Elective Course Outlines


Entrepreneurship Social Entrepreneurship*

Entrepreneurial Finance*

This course analyses the unique financial issues facing entrepreneurial firms. Topics include assessing financial performance, financial forecasting and planning, financial management of rapidly growing businesses, start-up ventures, valuation, source of financing, venture capital, initial public offerings, and the decision to harvest.

This is an experimental course based on the premise that entrepreneurship can be a positive tool for achieving social as well as economic progress. This course will focus on two emerging business trends: social entrepreneurship and sustainable business practices. During the course, students will study cases on social entrepreneurship (both domestic and in the developing world), examine the best opportunities for private sector activity, examine non-profit and for-profit approaches, and investigate tools such as micro credit loans which enable social entrepreneurship. Increase awareness of the pervasiveness and complexity of social and environmental challenges and how those challenges can create entrepreneurial opportunities.

Advance Management Courses Operation Management*

This course examines problems encountered in planning, operating, and controlling production of goods and services. Topics include: waiting-line management, quality assurance, production systems, project management, and inventory management.

International Business Management*

Corporate Entrepreneurship*

This course is about corporate entrepreneurship, my label for the alternative approaches that existing firms use to generate new technology-based products and businesses. It emphasizes various kinds of internal ventures and multiple external collaborative approaches that include corporate venture capital investments, licensing and different types of alliances and formal joint ventures. 1. 2. Culture, society and entrepreneurship in developing economies. Family enterprise.

This course introduces business areas and how they function together in a global business environment. Familiarize students with business concepts, terms and bases for global competition. Learn critical thinking skills through cases and application of concepts in real world situations. Expose students to a wide variety of business careers to facilitate student decision on appropriate business major. Relate business as a part of all future careers.

Managerial Decision Making*

Understand family business as a social and economic entity and as a career option. Develop career planning skills and design a personalized career success plan that extends through and beyond college. Learn about family businesses and their growth and development.

The goal of this course is to apply decision tools and analytical techniques to evaluate decision problems faced by managers. Principles of decision making are developed and applied to business problems. Elements of decision making will be examined, including decision framing, decision biases and judgment, fairness, and anchoring. Tools developed in the course will be used to illustrate business decision making and will include risk analysis, the value of information, demand estimation, optimal pricing, production, resource allocation, and forecasting.

Business & Islamic Ethics*

This course offers an introduction to the study of business and organizational ethics at the upper-division level.

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Although the material will focus on contemporary literature in business and organizational ethics, a key objective of the course will be to encourage personal engagement with, and independent critical thinking about, topics in business and organizational ethics through a living dialogue with themes from the venerable philosophical and theological traditions of ethics that students encounter in their other courses in the universitys core curriculum.

Finance Courses FIN 404- International Finance

This course emphasizes on international transactions balance of payments and determination of foreign exchange, various theories of foreign exchange fixed and floating exchange rate regime, international financial system, multinationals and foreign investment.

Comparative Management Systems*

FIN 405/FIN 505-Corporate Finance

This course is comparative analysis of business environments and practices in different countries and regions of the world. It is the study of socio-cultural, organization, communication and human resource systems and how these affect business decisions with an emphasis on global firms.

This course develops the theoretical framework discussed in basic finance courses and applies them to practical problems in the Pakistani financial environment.

FIN 406- Investment Management

ACC 403- Law of Taxation*

This course introduces students to the federal income taxation of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Topics covered will include choosing the appropriate entity, formation of the entity, operation and distribution, sales of interests, tax-free reorganizations, and liquidations.

This course introduces the practical and theoretical aspects of investment analysis and portfolio management. Quantitative application and the underlying theory in the analysis and management of securities and portfolios designed for students with career goals in investment.

FIN 504- Financial Theory and Institutions

Travel and Tourism Management*

It is an overview of the career opportunities within the travel, tourism and meeting planning industries. It also includes airlines, cruise lines, tour operators, wholesalers, charter operations, hotel representatives, car rental agencies, tourist offices, meeting and convention planning companies, incentive travel, consolidators, travel agencies and home-based agents. Specific job titles and necessary skills are examined.

This course enables the students to make a comparative study of the working of various financial institutions, which cater for the requirements of industry and business. It covers aspects of company formation, financing and financial structure of business.

FIN 506-Seminar in Finance

This course undertakes an intensive study of some phases of business finance or investment management through articles appearing in the international journals and periodicals on finance.

Organizational Innovation*

This course examines principles, models, guidelines, and strategies to support organizational innovation. Special emphasis is placed on leadership, innovative business models, metrics, learning systems, and the strategic and tactical considerations of an innovative organization.

FIN 507/FIN 601- Project Evaluation/Project Management

Exposes students to the practical knowledge of how DBIs judge the viability of a project. The topics covered also include commercial feasibility, technical feasibility, economic feasibility but the emphasis is on financial feasibility.

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FIN 508 Security Analyses
The Course enables the participants to distinguish between the various types of investment securities, to apply the recognized tests of income safety and marketability in the selection of securities and to act prudently with respect to diversification and management of fund.

Money & Banking*

The nature and functions of money and the role of depository institutions and central banks in affecting the supply of money and credit in the U.S. Considers the changing of financial environment and the influence of monetary policy on interest rates, prices and the overall level of economic activity.

FIN 509 Treasury and Funds Management

This course provides an in-depth understanding of the various risks (transaction, translation and economic exposure risks) a corporate is exposed to, when dealing in foreign exchange. It also covers Asset Pricing Expectation Theory, interest rate risk and the term structure of interest rates, short term and term T-bills and yield curves. It also covers managing interest rates risk, financial engineering and selling interest rate risk product.

Islamic Economics*

FIN 510- International Financial Management

The course equips the student to take decision in the highly technical international financial environment. This course strives to educate the student to know, decide and manage international money and capital transfer.

Islamic economics is accordance with Islamic law. Islamic economics can refer to the application of Islamic law to economic activity either where Islamic rule is in force or where it is not; i.e. it can refer to the creation of an Islamic economic system, or to simply following Islamic law in regards to spending, saving, investing, giving, etc. where the state does not follow Islamic law. It is based on principles revealed from Islamic sources as norms for human welfare that offer a strikingly alternative set of parameters for economic activity.

Internal Auditing*

FIN 603- Empirical Methods in Finance

This course reviews probability and statistical techniques commonly used in quantitative finance. It includes a review of normal, log-normal, and CEV distributions. This course covers estimation and non-parametric techniques commonly used in finance and introduce students to financial databases and application software for exercises in estimating volatilities a correlations and their stability.

Activity involved in helping organizations achieves their stated objectives. It does this by using a systematic methodology for analysing business processes, procedures and activities with the goal of highlighting organizational problems and recommending solutions. The scope of internal auditing within an organization is broad and may involve topics such as the efficacy of operations, the reliability of financial reporting, deterring and investigating fraud, safeguarding assets, and compliance with laws and regulations.

FIN 604- Financial Risk Measurements and Management

FIN 511-Venture Capital

This course examines financial risk measurement and management, including market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, etc. It includes risk measurement techniques for different types of contracts and portfolios such as duration portfolio beta factor sensitivities, value at risk, dynamic portfolio, distribution analysis and extreme value analysis.

Venture Capital is the ability to identify novel technologies that have the potential to generate high commercial returns at an early stage. By definition, Venture Capital also take a role in managing entrepreneurial companies at an early stage, thus adding skills as well as capital (thereby differentiating Venture Capital from buy out private equity which typically invest in companies with proven revenue),

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and thereby potentially realizing much higher rates of returns. functions and operation of a commercial bank. The primary emphasis is on practical and analytical aspects of commercial banking and how they fit into financial markets and facilitate the flow of capital among the various sectors of the economy.

Financial Modeling*

Basic Financial Modeling and valuation techniques that introduce model building best practices as well as getting used to working efficiently in Excel. After understanding the basic fundamental concepts, the most important building blocks of modeling are introduced as we begin to thoroughly analyze financial statements and their implications. We start to dive into the underpinnings of fundamental valuation (i.e. DCF analysis) and relative valuation (comps & multiples).

Budgeting*

Econometrics-I*

It examines models, estimation theory, and data analysis and field applications in econometrics. Comprehensive surveys, written by experts, discuss recent developments at a level suitable for professional use by economists, econometricians, statisticians, and in advanced graduate econometrics courses. It is an awareness of the empirical approach to economic analysis and use of empirical data in economics understanding the nature of uncertainty and methods of dealing with it. The use of econometric software packages as tools of quantitative and statistical analysis.

Modern businesses are an epitome of uncertainty and complexity. Over the period, this uncertainty and complexity in business has led to the development of various managerial tools, techniques and procedures useful in managing business successfully. Of all these, budgeting is the most common and widely used standard device for planning and control. This course provides fundamental understanding of budgeting, budgeting process and includes a practical guide for preparing and mastering financial budgets.

Multinational Financial Management*

The course looks at environment of international markets and institutions, with emphasis on implications of international business on capital budgeting, working capital management and capital procurement.

Derivatives Investments*

Econometrics-II*

By studying this course students will have learnt how to carry out empirical analyses using different types of economics data (time series, panel, limited dependent variable); how to interpret the results of such analyses; and will have acquired an ability to critically assess empirical papers.

Commercial Banking*

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the complex and evolving structure of the Financial Services Industry and to explore how this has affected the financial markets and the banking institutions. The course integrates real world banking considerations including the economic

This module introduces the concept of derivative pricing based on the idea of an arbitrage-free market. Basic derivative instruments such as forwards, futures, options, and swaps will be covered. Valuation models for forwards and the Black Scholes model for options will be studied. The difference between forwards and futures will be discussed. The module contents will also address the hedging issue and the trading issue. From a hedging perspective, option Greeks, interest rate and currency swaps versus exposures, and forward-spot basis risks will be studied. From a trading perspective, arbitrage opportunities, violations of parities such as put-call parity, and other options strategies will be reviewed.

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Banking Courses BNK 401- General Banking Procedures
(IT related). It is an important foundation for knowledge management, in that deals systematically with explicit knowledge. Knowledge centers often play an important part in introducing IRM into an organization.

General Banking familiarizes students with various practical aspects of commercial banks, their nature, significance, modus operandi, etc. it covers different departments into which the operations of bank are divided.

HRM 509- Conflict & Negotiation Management*

BNK 402- International Banking

This course apprises the students of the basic operations of the bank and the procedures for completing international transaction.

BNK 501- Investment Banking

It is an advanced level course in finance and security analysis. The course goes deep into the concept and application of valuation. The regulations concerning buying and selling of the portfolio theory as it applies to the setting up of mutual funds. The regulations concerning buying selling of securities are also discussed.

The Conflict Management and Negotiation Skill is necessary to improve the managerial capabilities. In day to day life, every Manger or person has to face these situations. Conflict is the social disagreement between individuals, groups, or organizations, which can result stress or tensions among stakeholders. When an interpersonal conflict occurs, its effect is often broader. is a dialogue intended to resolve disputes, to produce an agreement upon courses of action or to bargain for individual or collective advantage. It is the primary method of alternative dispute resolution.

Career Management and Planning*

BNK 502 International Banking

This course apprises the students of the basic operation of bank and procedures for completing international transaction. The students are given an overview of the foreign exchange regulations modes of international money transfer and the role of bank in promoting international trade.

Career planning and job search skills unique to business administration and management majors. Topics include self-assessment, job search, personal development, career paths, career management, relocation issues, international assignments, business etiquette, business ethics, mentoring, and business cultures.

Union Management, Contract Negotiation and Administration*

BNK 403- Islamic Banking

This course enables the students to understand the features of interest free banking. It explains in detail the various Islamic mode of financing.

Human Resource Management Information Resource Management*

This course explores the principles behind effective negotiation and mediation while helping students develop and refine their own unique styles. Students will learn negotiation strategies in a non-threatening classroom context. The readings and lectures will provide students with a framework for analyzing negotiations and tools and concepts useful in negotiating more effectively.

Information Resource Management is an emerging discipline that helps managers assess and exploit their information assets for business development. It draws on the techniques of information science (libraries) and information systems

Labour Relations*

The purpose of this course is to provide you with a basic introduction to the field of labor relations. It will give you a balanced perspective of the requirements and goals of

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both union and management and prepare you to deal with labour relations issues in the workplace. and testing. Classification of costs of quality, measuring and capturing those costs is included in the course.

Management Courses MGT 406- Business Government Relations

ACC 503- Income Tax Accounting

Government involvement in business activity takes many forms and can be seen as an attempt by government to tackle the problems caused by the operation of the free market. This course describes the overview of the government business relations.

This course familiarizes the student with the fundamentals of income taxation in Pakistan such as the concept of taxable income and provisions, of income tax applicable to various classes of taxpayers.

ACC 504- Auditing

MGT 407- Strategic Management

This course includes case studies of business situation from the view of top management, the dynamic of everyday operation, diagnosis of current problems and the development of future strategies through planning, goals and policies.

Discusses the procedures used by public accountants in the verification of financial statements and other accounting data. It includes the legal responsibility and ethical requirements of the profession and the related standards of professional conduct.

ACC 505- Advanced Accounting

MGT 408- Chain Management

This course familiarizes students with the fundamental operational problems in the areas of manufacturing as well as service sector. It covers strategies for product process, layout etc.

Gives advanced treatment to the contents from and interpretation of basic accounting statements and procedures involved in accumulation of data, current theories of revenue recognition and measurement.

ACC 506- Analysis of Financial Statements

Accounting Courses ACC 406- Cost Management

Enables the student to read, analyze and interpret financial statements of industrial and commercial business organizations in Pakistan.

The specialized course includes contemporary cost concepts including value chain analysis, cost management, theory of constraints, life cycle cost application and strategic accounting responsibility. Performance measurement and evaluation through EVA and BSC are discussed.

ACC 507- Seminar in Accounting

Deals with specialized accounting topics such as accounting for mergers, acquisitions consolidated financial statement preparation and governmental accounting.

ACC 407- Computerized Accounting

This course covers introduction to electronic accounting, comparison of different available accounting packages.

Marketing Courses MKT 402- Salesmanship

ACC 408- Cost of Quality

This course encompasses topics like organization and management responsibility, process control, inspection

This course is intended to enable the student to be expert in the method of determining sales objectives, planning sales programs, supervision of the organization and measuring performances.

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MKT 403 / MKT 503- Advertising
writing form an integral part of the course. This course includes a study of both the mechanics and management of advertising.

MKT 508- Sales Management

MKT 404- Export Marketing

This course is designed to familiarize the student with the procedures, policies and management problems faced by Pakistani exporters.

The course increases the expertise of the student in the methods of determining sales objectives, planning sales programs, supervising the organization and measuring performance. Thus it includes a study of sales, territories management, sales force compensation methods, customer relations and filling and delivery of orders.

MKT 405 / MKT 506 / MKT 604- Consumer Behaviour

MKT 509/MKT 602- Seminar in Marketing

This course provided the framework, which enable the marketer to identify specific markets which he best can serve and to enable him to make informed marketing decisions.

MKT 504- Personal Selling

Given hand on training to the participants by inviting them to prepare and male sales presentations in class. A working insight into the personal selling area is developed so that the sales manager can emphasize with the sale people and make more informed decisions.

This course is intended to study the central issues and problems in current marketing thoughts, based on articles appearing in leading marketing and other business journals. The seminar orients the student to an in-depth analysis of key marketing issues. It also covers comparative analysis of the marketing issues, marketing systems of various countries regions and political systems.

MKT 510- Analysis of International Consumer

MKT 505- Export Marketing

To familiarize the student with the procedures policies and management problems faced by Pakistan exporters. It includes a study of Pakistan exporters types of export channels sources of export market information location sales channels through international publications, export yard sticks, standardization and export marketing packing for export marketing advertising and sales promotion insurance export letter pricing export terms and documents banking services and transportation for export.

Principles and application of marketing in the international environment focuses on economic socio-cultural, political and ethical constraint on the marketing function in the multinational firms. Development of product, promotion, pricing and distribution strategies appropriate for global markets.

MKT 511- International Business

The purpose of this course is to study those aspects of international business that are relevant to corporate executives and to the conduct of a corporations international business activities.

MKT 507 / MKT 603- Industrial Marketing

MKT 605- Integrated Marketing Communications

It includes the study of the development of industrial products, industrial selling, and sales promotion techniques, and pricing methods. Case studies and analytical report

This course is intended to develop an in-depth understanding of the issues covered under IMC through case studies and research papers published in leading marketing and advertising journals.

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World Trade Organization*
This course have been designed to familiarize participants with the World Trade Organization (WTO), its recent history, its functioning and the legal framework which governs trade relations between national economies. The course focuses on the WTO as one of the major determining factors of the modern multilateral trading system. focused on meeting customer and other stakeholder needs through effective selling disciplines. This course will examine the elements of the sales cycle in terms of preparation, market research, prospecting, objection handling, closing, techniques for motivating the sales professional and formulation of strategy for the successful selling transaction. As part of the course students will be required to prepare individual sales presentations, one to secure investment for a new venture and one to sell a product or service to a customer. Guest speakers may be used on topics such as sales coaching, inside sales management, and to deliver sales effectiveness training.

Supply Chain Management*

Supply chain management brings together the business skills to manage inventories, source and procure supplies, specify freight services, locate and manage distribution centers as well as to co-ordinate the activities and flows of information between suppliers, manufacturers, logistics service providers, retailers and consumers.

MKT 524 - Services Marketing

Cyber Marketing*

Cyber marketing has now become an indispensable segment of e-commerce as well as the internet and World Wide Web related topics. Cyber marketing simply refers to a technique of attracting potential customers by advertising your products or services through such means as websites, emails, and banners.

This course is designed to produce graduates capable of making a difference in the services marketing arena. It has been developed in consultation with industry to ensure that it delivers what employers want from graduates. The course also incorporates the latest academic thinking to ensure that it is leading edge in all respects.

Principles of Retailing*

MKT 519-Customer Relationship Management

CRM course builds on your knowledge of CRM fundamentals and takes you beyond an overview. You will learn how to articulate a viable CRM plan for your enterprise and assess your corporate CRM needs thus generating value addition for your company. Also learn how to transform and expand surface-level customer service into a vibrant and productive relationship management value proposition.

Sales and Selling*

This is an introductory retailing course with the goal to introduce the student to basic retailing. Students will be presented with material which will give them a broad base of understanding of retailing. Contemporary issues will also be discussed as well as the history of corporate changes which have occurred over the past one hundred years. The aim of the course is to expose students to the field of retailing. In doing so, students will be presented with a diverse body of information about the field of retailing. As a survey course, no specific area will be emphasized to a great extent. Course will survey major topics which relate to the operation of small and large retail firms.

Selling is a major part of business life, but it is especially important for those who are launching a new venture. They need to sell their business plan to potential investors. Later they need to sell their product or service to a customer. Ultimately they need to create an organization that is

MKT 520- New Product Development

The development of new products and services is perhaps the most significant activity within a firm. It is also one of the most risky many years and millions of dollars are spent developing products that on average fail far more often

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than they succeed. The best companies, on the other hand, manage to bring out successful new products year after year. This course examines the strategies, processes and methods used by these companies, and the cutting-edge tools and techniques used for new-product development.

IT 504- Technology Management

Technology Management is a breadth course covering management issues of information technology like computer hardware software databases and networks.

E- Marketing*

IT 505- Computer Communication


This course broadly covers data communication and architecture.

E-Marketing or electronic marketing refers to the application of marketing principles and techniques via electronic media and more specifically the Internet. The terms E-Marketing, Internet marketing and online marketing, are frequently interchanged, and can often be considered synonymous.

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IT 502- Computer Programming for Business

Public Relations*

It includes Basic, RPG programming, COBOL, and C language.

Public Relations (PR) is the practice of managing the communication between an organization and its public. Public relations gain an organization or individual exposure to their audiences using topics of public interest and news items that do not require direct payment. Because public relations place exposure in credible third-party outlets, it offers a third-party legitimacy that advertising does not have. Common activities include speaking at conferences, working with the press, and employee communication. It is something that is not tangible and this is what sets it apart from Advertising.

IT 506- Computer Programming

Introduces the new developments in OOP methodologies and covers the programming phase of SDLC. It will cover issues like encapsulation inheritance virtual classes, polymorphism and other object oriented technology issues, using C++ or Java.

IT 507 / IT 601- Database Management Systems

Marketing for Entrepreneurs*

Random indexed sequential inverted and multi-list file structures, file processing concepts, relational networks and hierarchical data mode, data integrity storage search and retrieval of data programming assignment.

Focuses on marketing issues related to the generation and development of innovative ideas, assessment of feasibility, implementation and execution, and valuation of business ventures, highlighting the real world applications by new ventures.

IT 508 / 602- System Analysis & Design

System analysis and design is an in-depth course that covers analysis and design phase of the systems development life cycle.

Information Technology IT 501- Computer Application and Packages

IT 509- Information Systems

This course is an introductory breadth course in information technology office package such as word processors, spread sheets, database schedule, project management, email and Internet.

This is a breadth course covering management of information systems covers issues arising from the interactions of information systems with organizational and business concerns.

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IT 510- Software Project Management
Project life cycle evaluation and selection managers role and responsibilities, project organization, project planning system, interaction interface management, and negotiation and conflict resolution. private sector. This course will introduce the foundations and concepts of e-business and e-commerce.

MIS Research Project*

IT 511- Data Warehousing

Data warehousing has become a critical and integral part of an enterprise especially in the business world where performance related business indicators are monitored very closely. This course meets the needs of the production services analysts planners and executives.

IT 512- E-Business

This course is of general nature covering any form of business transaction of information exchange. It includes electronic trading of goods, services and material.

This course introduces students to the management of information technology within complex organizations. It covers the range of information technologies employed by business organizations and the manner in which they are deployed. The course places special emphasis on the management of information resources from a user and manager point of view and will help students understand how particular technological arrangements can facilitate achievement of organizational goals. The impact of information technology on management control, organizational structure, individual workers, relationships between organizations, and business transformational will be discussed.

IT 513 / IT 603- Data Networks and Communication

Fundamentals of Data Warehousing*

Introduction to data communication and internet, problems in the scientific, engineering and data processing environment, the behavioral basis of data communications.

IT 514- E-Commerce

Electronic commerce and categories, characteristics of digital economy, consumer behaviour, advertisement in E-commerce, electronic digital interchange, framework of E-commerce, types of network security and e-payment methods.

In this course, students study the issues involved in planning, designing, building, populating, and maintaining a successful data warehouse. Students learn the reasons why data warehousing is a compelling decision-support solution in todays business climate. Participants also examine what Oracle has to offer to a successful data warehouse implementation by identifying the proven Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence (DW and BI) technologies and tools provided by Oracle. However, since this course covers the fundamentals, the DW and BI tools are introduced.

Decision Support Systems*

E- Business*

As information and communications technology (ICT) allows customers to access more information than in the past, customers demands are continually changing. Private sector management must respond with flexible, creative, and efficient business practices. In order to benefit from advances in ICT and the global economy, firms must bring ICT into mainstream business, whether in the public or

A decision support system (DSS) is a computer program application that analyzes business data and presents it so that users can make business decisions more easily. It is an informational application (to distinguish it from an operational application that collects the data in the course of normal business operation). Typical information that a decision support application might gather and present would be Comparative sales figures between one week and the next, Projected revenue figures based on new

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product sales assumptions, the consequences of different decision alternatives, given past experience in a context that is described. packet switching, queuing theory, Local Area Networks, and Wide Area Networking issues, including routing and flow control.

Fundamentals of Data Warehousing and Mining*

Information Security*

The main objective of this course is to provide students with the basic data warehousing and data mining concepts and applications that can enable them to set up and manage an industrial data warehousing and data mining system.

Relational Data Base Management Systems I (RDBMS-I)*

A more formal approach to Relational Database Management Systems compared the way they were covered during Web Applications. Database systems are discussed from the physical layer of B-trees and file servers to the abstract layer of relational design. Also includes alternative and generic approaches to database design and database management system including relational, object-relational, and object-oriented systems, SQL standards, algebraic query languages, integrity constraints, triggers, functional dependencies, and normal forms. Other topics include tuning database transactions, security from the application perspective, and data warehousing. 1. 2. Relational Data Base Management Systems II (RDBMS-II) Data Communication & Networking

This course introduces the concepts and issues related to securing information systems and the development of policies to implement information security controls. Topics include the historical view of networking and security, security issues, trends, security resources, and the role of policy, people, and processes in information security. Upon completion, students should be able to identify information security risks, create an information security policy, and identify processes to implement and enforce policy.

Office Automation*

This course covers development of Office Design; Workflow Analysis and Design; Type and Characteristics of Office Equipments; Application, Testing, Evaluation and Maintenance; Concepts of Paperless and Cost Reduction on Application of Office Automation; Problems and Prospects.

System Analysis and Design*

This course focuses on the fundamentals of data communication networks. One goal is to give some insight into the rationale of why networks are structured the way they are today and to understand the issues facing the designers of next-generation data networks. Much of the course focuses on network algorithms and their performance. Students are expected to have a strong mathematical background and an understanding of probability theory. Topics discussed include: layered network architecture, Link Layer protocols, high-speed

This course provides a methodical approach to developing computer systems including systems planning, analysis, design, testing, implementation and software maintenance. Emphasis is on the strategies and techniques of systems analysis and design for producing logical methodologies for dealing with complexity in the development of information systems. The course approaches the development of information systems from a problem-solving perspective.

Advance Programming in Computer*

This course introduces principles of programming, procedural thinking, procedural abstraction, data abstraction, modularity, and object-oriented programming. This course uses computer facilities and the Scheme programming language. Substantial programming assignments, including numerical and symbolic programs are the requirement for computer science majors.

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Computer Architecture and Operating Systems*
This course introduces architecture and machine-level operations of modern computers at the logic, component, and system levels. Topics include integer, scaled, and floating point binary arithmetic; Boolean algebra and logic gates; control, arithmetic-logic, and pipeline units; addressing modes; cache, primary, and virtual memory; system buses; input-output and interrupts. Simple assembly language for a modern embedded processor is used to explore how common computational tasks are accomplished by a computer. framework for evaluating the issue. Various policy contexts are explored.

MGT 702- Public Personnel Policy

Contents include: the merit system; reorganization and improvement of personnel administration; study of various attempts at administrative reforms; professionalization of personnel; behavioral analysis for the public service; performance appraisal; merit pay in the public sector.

MGT 703- Organizational Behavior

Data Communication and Computer Networks*

This course examines computer networks and data communication. The topics to be covered (tentatively) include: Network services and applications: DNS, HTTP, SMTP, peerto-peer systems, Network transport architectures, TCP, UDP, TCP, congestion control, Routing and forwarding, intra-domain and inter-domain routing algorithms, Link layers and local area networks, Ethernet, WiFi, and mobility, Multimedia communications and quality of service, Network measurement, inference, and management, Network security, Network experimentation and performance analysis, Protocol verification.

The course presents important theoretical ideas in organizational behavior that provide a framework for understanding the problems of managing people in organizations. It includes topics ranging from the organizations external environment to the employees internal psychological state.

MGT 704- Organization Development

This course is designed to study the prerequisite of organizational development. It explains the micro and macro approaches to O.D. and describes how to measure the effectiveness of O.D. programs. The significance and role of job enrichment, MBO, sensitivity training Process Consultation and managerial grid will be studied in detail and evaluated for organization development purposes.

MGT 705- Public Accountability

PhD Management Sciences Course Outlines MGT 701- Public Policy Analyses

This course is an in-depth study of the issue of accountability in public administration. Special attention will be devoted to the institution of Wafaqi Mohtasib in Pakistan.

MGT 706- Organization Theory

This course is designed to provide the student with a solid theoretical and empirical understanding of the interactions between the practice of policy analysis and the norms of the Pakistani political process. It addresses the issue of the impact of policy making and includes the development of a

The course is designed to review concepts and theories of organization in-depth, state-of-the-art trends and development in the theory of organization are particularly emphasized.

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MGT 707- Multinational Perspectives on Management
introduction to classical research design and methodology. It includes competency-based projects in every part of the text. Each part of the text directs students towards completion of a project requiring the students to perform a particular research function.

This course aims at exploring the social, political & business cultures of different countries. Topics includes: the global economy, international trade issues, balance of trade, international monetary systems, world investment flows, managing an international business, the control issues.

ACC 701- Accounting for Decision Making

MGT 708- Strategic Management

The course is designed to train students to look at company management as a strategy. Efforts will be made to provide an action-oriented managerial view of management strategy through the use of case studies. Topics studied include: evolution of strategic management, strategic management and the strategic manager, defining purpose, determining distinctive competence, identifying opportunities and threats, formulating strategy and implementing strategy.

Emphasis is placed on the use of accounting information in decision-making. Students will learn the applicability of accounting information in manufacturing service and notfor-profit industries. Specific topics includes volume-cost profit analysis and decision making and profit planning, analyzing cost behavior budgeting, operational budget, capital budgeting, control and performance evaluation, methods of costing, responsibility accounting, transfer pricing, breakeven analysis.

FIN 701- Managerial Finance

MGT 709- Small Business Management

The course is designed to provide vital information needed to set objectives, make informed decisions, examine options, and minimize the risks of small business management. An effort will be made to discuss all tools needed for success. Topics include: energizers of small business, entrepreneurial alternatives, franchising, planning, choosing form of ownership, marketing strategy, operations management, this course provides in-depth coverage of the philosophies, tools and techniques crucial to operating a small business.

Topics include: ratio analysis, profit planning, financial forecasting, control budgeting, working capital management, long term financial decisions, stocks and loans, financial structures and cost of capital, mergers, financial policy.

MKT 701- Advertising in Contemporary Society

MGT 710- Hotel Management

Taking a deductive approach, this course first presents basic perspectives within the field of advertising, then explores advertising and its effects on the economy, society and the media. There will be expanded coverage of advertising concepts, neo-liberalism and the neo liberal technique.

The following topics may be covered: environment of a hotel business, hotel organization, hotel staffing, motivation and communication in hotels, controlling results, revenues and costs. The aim of the course is to provide the student with the theories, background and practical skills needed for management of hotels and motels.

MKT 702- Modern Marketing Theory

BR 701- Research Methods & Report Writing 90

This course maintains a traditional applications orientation, but also adopts a historical perspective, which traces the development of the philosophy of science in this historical context, the course investigates critical issues in contemporary marketing theory, cases may be used as bridge between theory and applications.

This course is designed to give the students a solid

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MKT 703- Marketing Ethics
The course focuses on ethical dilemmas and issues in marketing, from the marketer and the consumer point of view. It is designed to help students to develop value systems about marketing providing constructive answers to various ethical dilemmas. Issues like price fixing, the mirror controversy, rebates and growth are examined. problem recognition, search for market related information, evolution and decision and post purchase assessment.

QTM 701- Quantitative Techniques

This course aims at training the student in the treatment of descriptive and inferential statistical methods and their application to administrative problems.

MKT 704- Marketing Planning & Strategy

This course deals with strategic planning tools and techniques, focusing on the strategic business unit. Students are introduced to strategy, theory and product portfolio management relation to marketing.

QTM 702- Production & Operations Management

MKT 705- Consumer Psychology & Behaviour

This course uses the decision making process to help readers understand and predict what consumer buying choices will be. Also explored are the strategies businesses use to solve problems and take advantage of new opportunities. The course focuses on four areas of consumer decision making:

This course examines operations management within a framework of four related characteristics: the time period within which objectives are to be achieved, the resources managed, major areas affected and basic management function involved. Information is presented from planning/ execution perspective to help students follow a timeline in terms of decision-making. The course covers production planning, materials management, manufacturing and layout planning in detail.

* Codes of courses with asterisk will be given at the time of course offer.

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List of Course Titles for PhD*


Management
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Economies of Strategies and Organization Organizational Ecology Workforce Diversity: Organizational Development Social Capital for Managerial Effectiveness Reward Systems: Theory and Administration Strategic Management of Knowledge in Professional Service Firms Bargaining and Influence Skills Social Norms Designing Organizational Research Social Psychology of Organizations

2. 3. 4. 5.

Leveraging Information Technology in Business Strategy Information Technology and Business Collaboration Enterprise Systems Strategy Social Enterprise: Innovation in Information Technology

Economics
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

7. 8. 9. 10.

Finance
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Empirical Methods in Finance Emerging Issues in Financial markets Financial Theory and Corporate Policy Decisions Advance Corporate Finance Risk Management Techniques Advance Topics in Financial Theory Seminar in Finance Dynamic Asset Pricing Theory

Microeconomic Analysis Market Design Advance Topics in Financial Economics Econometrics Methods Multiperson Decision Theory Applied Econometrics and Economic Research Game Theory Applied Industrial Economics The Economics of Institutions and Organizations E- Commerce E- Business

List of Course Titles for MPhil/ MBA*


Management
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Business Process Reengineering Change Management Industrial Management and Labor Relations Leadership and Motivation Techniques Operations Research Organizational Strategy and Effectiveness Petroleum Business Management and Risk Analysis Supply Chain Management Organizational Diagnosis and Transformation Tax Policy and Business Strategy Concepts and Techniques of Community Participation Poverty Reduction and Development Management Managing the Nonprofit Organization

Marketing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Behavioral Research in Marketing Quantitative Research in Marketing: Empirical Models and Methods Attitudes and Persuasion Behavioral Decision Design Multicultural Marketing and Business Development Marketing Data: Measurement and Analysis Issues in International Marketing Retail Strategy: Internet and Global Dimensions Marketing High-Technology Products

Information Technology Management


1. Business Systems Consulting

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14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Global Corporate Strategy Operations Management Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business Global Economic Environment Enterprise Integration Telecommunications Management Intellectual Property Rights Laws and WTO/TRIPS 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Legal and Ethical Environment of Business Strategic Planning and HRM Challenges Consulting in Human Resource Management Research in Human Resource Management Moral Leadership Values and Ethics Salary and Compensation Management Case Studies in Human Resource Management Conflict and Negotiation Management Effective Training Skills International HRM Challenges Workforce Diversity Management Leadership and Motivation Techniques Industrial Management and Labor Relations Leadership Readiness

Finance
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Financial Economics Case Studies in Corporate Finance Financial Risk Management Financial Strategy and Corporate Restructuring Valuation and Capital Investment Financial Modeling Portfolio Management Issues in Financial Reporting Performance Evaluation Treasury and Funds Management Derivatives Islamic Banking and Finance Petroleum Business Management and Risk Analysis Micro Finance Public Finance Managing Public Money-Budgeting and Fiscal Policy Project Evaluation and Finance IAS and Financial Reporting in Pakistan Corporate Governance-code and Practices in Pakistan Fixed Income Securities Islamic Finance Venture Capital and Private Finance Financial Econometrics Property Risk Management Real Estate Finance and Investment

Marketing
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

Seminar in Marketing Strategic Services Marketing Integrated Marketing Communication New Product Development Marketing Planning and Analysis Contemporary Pricing Strategies Distribution Management Marketing of Financial Services Retail Management Pharmaceutical Marketing Media Planning Global Marketing Customer Relationship Management Government and Legal Environment of Business Political Economy of Public Sector Privatization International Perspective Foreign Aid Management and Analysis Industrial Marketing Power Leadership Marketing Public Services Social Marketing

Human Resource Management

1. Staffing and Performance Management 2. Human Resource Information Technology * Codes of courses with asterisk will be given at the time of course offer.

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Medical College
(FUMC)

Maj. Gen. Dr. Nasim Ul Majeed, HI(M), (Retd) Principal

Foundation University Medical College

Foundation University Medical College


The Foundation University Medical College was established in 2000. The purpose built campus has a multi-story building for academic block, girls hostel, a boys hostel and an auditorium. It has state of the art lecture halls, labs, museums, dissection hall, library, computer cell and equipment. The Academic Wing has two divisions i.e. Basic Medical Sciences Division and Clinical Sciences Division respectively. It has 21 Departments out of which seven pertain to Basic Sciences and 13 to Clinical Sciences alongwith a Medical Education Department. FUMC has introduced the internationally accepted Integrated Curriculum from the Academic year 2009 replacing the discipline based approach with a learning methodology on PM&DC advice. The modern curricula facilitate the students

in better comprehension of concepts and enable them to analyze and diagnose diseases during clinical training. The college faculty consists of highly qualified and experienced teachers. College is recognized by the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PM&DC), and is included in the world directory of medical schools (WDMS) by WHO. The college is listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and is a member of International Association of Medical Regulatory Authority (IAMRA).The University of Yamanashi Faculty of Medicine, Japan signed an Academic Agreement with FUMC for collaboration in 2005. The college is located adjacent to Fauji Foundation Hospital Rawalpindi, which is a teaching and tertiary care facility. The college has an access from main road of DHA Phase-I and can also be approached from Fauji Foundation Hospital.

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Faculty of Medical Sciences

The Faculty of Medical Sciences consists of very experienced and highly qualified professionals imparting Medical Education to Undergraduate Medical students in the Basic and Clinical Sciences Divisions of Foundation University Medical College (FUMC).

Basic Sciences Division


The Subject of Anatomy is taught during the first two years of MBBS (1st Professional), for which the students appear in Part I and Part II examinations which are conducted at the end of 1st & 2nd Years. The students learn the gross and histological structure of various parts of the body. Moreover it also deals with the general and special aspects of human development (embryology). The course is distributed into modules in which Anatomy is integrated horizontally with related aspects of Physiology and Biochemistry and vertically with related clinical subjects. Sessions of Problem Based Learning have been incorporated in the modules as an integral part of student learning.

Department of Anatomy

Basic Medical Sciences Division

The Basic Medical Sciences Division of FUMC comprises of the Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Community Medicine, Pathology and Medical Education. All the Basic Medical Sciences Departments are furnished with fully equipped state of the art Laboratories, Museums and Internet Facility. Adequate number of Text and Reference books are available in the College/ Departmental libraries for the students as well as for the Faculty members. Apart from imparting training to the students regarding the Basic Principles of Health Sciences, emphasis is laid on research and critical thinking. The students are encouraged to actively participate in Lectures, Demonstrations and Clinical Pathology Conferences (CPC) and to deliver Presentations to broaden their horizon and to groom them for the future responsibilities and challenges. As a policy, the Lecturers/Demonstrators in FUMC are encouraged to undergo Postgraduate Training in their respective fields. The college has signed an agreement of collaboration with Yamanashi University of Japan and accordingly a Senior Lecturer of Pathology Department is presently undergoing Ph.D. training. Collaboration with number of reputed National/International Universities is also in process. So far 21 demonstrators of FUMC have obtained Postgraduate qualifications like MPhil, MPH and DMJ, and four demonstrators are in the process of completing postgraduate training from NUST.

First Year

Total Teaching Hours = 250 List of Blocks/Modules 1. Professionalism Module

Block I 2. Foundation Module 3. Skin & Musculoskeletal Module (Upper Limb) Block II 4. Allergy, Immunity Loco motor& Rheumatology Module (Lower Limb) 5. Hematology Module Block III 6. Respiratory Module 7. Cardiovascular Module

Second Year

Total Teaching Hours = 250

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List of Blocks/Modules Block I 1. Gastrointestinal Module 2. Renal & Metabolic Module Block II 3. Neurosciences Module Block III 4. Head & Neck Module Block IV 5. Endocrine & Reproductive Module At the end of each Block, there will be an End of Module Exam. Moreover, Sub stages, Class tests and Pre-Annual examinations will also be conducted at regular intervals, in which the students will be assessed in the Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective domains. The system of examination will be annual; however modular system of instruction, delivery and assessment will be given weightage as part of internal assessment to be included in the Final Exam. Demonstrator Dr. Lubna Iftikhar, MBBS Dr. Samia Tariq, MBBS Dr. Farah Shahid, MBBS Dr. Giselle Mary Sharaf, MBBS

Department of Biochemistry

The subject of Biochemistry is taken as a common language of all biological sciences used for the complete understanding of the chemical basis of life at molecular level and it encompasses large areas of Cell biology, Molecular biology and Molecular genetics. Knowledge of biochemistry helps in understanding the molecular basis of the health and disease, reveals about the nutritional deficiencies and their impact on the health, also enables us to produce some products through DNA recombinant technology e.g., genetically modified antibiotics to treat variety of infectious diseases. Molecular and animal cloning, cell cultures and the gene therapy are the some other, most fascinating applications of this subject. Further more Biochemical studies like biochemical investigations / laboratory tests, contribute to both the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. This subject is taught in 1st year and 2nd year MBBS classes through following syllabus contents.

Distribution of Marks (PART I-II)


Theory Oral & Practical Total Marks 100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks

First Year
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FOUNDATION MODULE: a. Physiochemical aspects b. Chemistry of carbohydrates c. Chemistry of proteins SKIN & MUSCULO-SKELETAL MODULE: a. Fat Soluble Vitamins b. Water Soluble Vitamins c. Oxidative Phosphorylation LIR MODULE: a. Enzymes b. Immunoglobulin c. Prostaglandine

Head of the Department Faculty

Professor Dr. Shabbir Ahmed Chaudhary, MBBS, MPhil

2.

Assistant Professor Dr. Kiran Kamran, MBBS, PCPS (Anatomy) Dr. Mehreen Baig, MBBS, FCPS (Surgery) Dr. Saadia Yasin, MBBS, MPhil (Anatomy)

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4. RESPIRATORY MODULE: a. Acid Base Balance b. Antioxidants c. Serum Electrolytes CARDIOVASCULAR MODULE: a. Lipid chemistry b. Oxidative stress HEMATOLOGY MODULE: a. Hemoglobin b. Plasma proteins c. Porphyrias d. Minerals (macro & micro) 5. ENDOCRINE MODULE a. Pituitary hormones b. Hypothalamic hormones c. Thyroid hormones d. Parathyroid hormones e. Pancreatic hormones f. Adrenocortical hormones g. Androgens h. Adrenal medulla

5.

6.

First professional MBBS Part-II Examination will be conducted at the end of Second year. Continuous assessment will be carried out throughout the academic sessions which will be considered as internal evaluation in the final examination.

First professional MBBS Part I Examination will be conducted at the end of First year.

Distribution of Marks (PART - 1)


Theory Oral & Practical Total Marks: 50 Marks 50 Marks 100 Marks

Second Year
1. GASTROINTESTINAL MODULE: a. Digestion & Absorption of Carbohydrates b. Digestion & Absorption of Lipids c. Carbohydrate Metabolism d. Lipid Metabolism RENAL & METABOLIC MODULE: a. Digestion & Absorption of Proteins b. Protein Metabolism c. Renal function Tests to evaluate function of the kidney NEUROSCIENCES MODULE: a. Molecular Biology HEAD & NECK AND SPECIAL SENSES MODULE: a. Digestion & Absorption of Nucleic Acids b. Nucleotide Metabolism c. Nutrition d. Xenobiotic

Distribution of Marks (PART - II)


Theory Oral & Practical Total Marks: 50 Marks 50 Marks 100 Marks

2.

Head of the Department Faculty

Professor Dr. Shahid Rauf, MBBS, MPhil

3. 4.

Associate Professor Dr. Maryam Wahid, MBBS, MPhil, PhD Assistant Professor Dr. Ayesha Farooq, MBBS, MPhil, Dip Nutrition Dr. Seyyedha Abbas, MBBS, MPhil

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Demonstrator Dr. Shazia Habib, MBBS Dr. Ayesha Mahmood Kiyani, MBBS Dr. Syed Muhammad Ali Hassan, MBBS Dr. Umar Alam Khan, MBBS Dr. Ayesha Mushtaq MBBS Batch (2005-2009) Ex-Student FUMC DEMONSTRATOR IN PHYSIOLOGY DEPARTMENT I joined FUMC in 2005 and received my MBBS Graduation Degree in 2009. Now I am serving this Institute as a demonstrator and looking forward to pursue my carrier as specialist in Ophthalmology soon INSHAALLAH. Today I can proudly acknowledge that this college groomed me as the best human being to serve the suffering community of Pakistan. I also acknowledge the excellent behavior of well deserved, diligent and dedicated teachers, marvelous academic environment, advanced lab facilities, best clinical practice, patient care, exposure, confidence building and excellence in cocurriculum activities, thoroughly planned events, class discipline and punctuality achieved by the Administration in FUMC are the distinction of this truly collaborative process. I am lucky in receiving a high quality education and professional development plan for post-graduation. My institute has promoted ethics of my professional behavior personal enrichment, learning about subject, feeling the misery of patient and provision of best medical care that can bring lots of prayers, satisfaction and joy for the rest of my life. I am indebt to register that during my five years academic life at FUMC, I learnt and felt that it is the worth place to be in. May ALLAH bless my institution and give me the desired knowledge, courage, dedication and passion to teach the same way to my students. AMEEN.

Department of Physiology

To help students to learn about how the body works from cells to systems and how all is organized around central theme of homeostasis. These basic physiologic concepts will serve as a foundation for future career in health professions. Breakdown/distribution of Subject / Block Teaching Hours Dedicated to each Main Head FIRST YEAR Lec Prac Tutorial / SDL Hrs Hrs Hrs General Physiology & Cell 12 10 12 Blood 10 04 10 Nerve & Muscle 12 14 02 Immunology 13 08 04 CVS 26 10 10 Respiration 27 08 08 Revision Hours 20 PBL 30 Total 100 54 46 Grand Total 250 (Hrs) TOPIC SECOND YEAR Lec Prac Tutorial / SDL Hrs Hrs Hrs GIT 28 18 Renal 31 02 Endo + Reproduction 50 02 18 Neurosciences 36 10 02 Special Senses 18 14 04 PBLs 30 Total 163 28 42 Grand Total 263 (Hrs) TOPIC

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Distribution of Marks
In University Professional Examinations for First & Second Year MBBS Classes: Theory Oral & Practical Exam Total 100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks

Department of Pathology

The subject of pathology deals with the causes of disease, their mechanisms of production and appearances. It is a bridge between the basic and clinical medical sciences. The discipline supports the clinical sciences by helping in reaching a diagnosis and directing the therapeutic modalities. The subject is divided into the following components / sub specialties each having a peculiar domain and specific scope for career planning:Histopathology; the study of cell / tissue pathology Hematology; the study of blood / blood forming tissues / their diseases Microbiology / Parasitology; the study of microbes and parasites Chemical Pathology; the study of abnormalities of body chemistry Virology; the study of viruses with their clinical consequences Immunology; the study of immune mediated reactions / diseases However, for undergraduate studies the subject has been simplified. It is basically taught in 3rd year MBBS with a component of vertical integration. Modular teaching has been introduced in 3rd Year. The whole syllabus of pathology (i.e. general pathology, microbiology, systemic pathology, hematology and chemical pathology) is taught in the form of integrated modules of 2 - 6 weeks duration, in collaboration with other departments. The modules are followed by end-of-module tests having upto 30% weightage in the final examination, which will be conducted at the end of academic session. The success of this system lies in the active participation of the students.

Head of the Department Faculty


Associate Professor Dr. Abdur Rauf Malik, MBBS

Professor Dr. Saadat Ali Khan, MBBS, MPhil, FCPS.

Assistant Professor Dr. Sadia Ahsin, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Gul-e-Naghma, MBBS, MPhil Demonstrator Dr. Tehreen Altaf (PGT FCPS II), MBBS Dr. Shehryar Shahid, MBBS Dr. Ayesha Mushtaq, MBBS Dr. Sumera Iqbal, MBBS Dr. Ahsan Jameel, MBBS

Teaching Hours
Hrs 1st Year 15 2nd Year 25 3rd Year 460 4th Year --5th Year --Total 500 Hrs

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Head of the Department Faculty
Professor Dr. Faiza Kazi, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Associate Professor Dr. Lubna Zafar, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Dr. Mumtaz Ahmad Khan, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Assistant Professor Dr. Irum Aftab, MBBS, MPhil Dr. Kamran Masud, MBBS, MCPS, MPhil Dr. Masood Ahmad Khan, MBBS, MCPS, MPhil Dr. M. Jawwad Anis Khan, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Senior Lecturer Dr. Ahmed Bilal Waqar, MBBS, MPhil Demonstrator Dr. Shazia Noureen, MBBS Dr. Samina Naseer, MBBS Dr. M. Tahir Saleem, MBBS Dr. Abida Ashfaq, MBBS Dr. Ghazala Rustam, MBBS Dr. Amira Haroon, MBBS Dr. Umaira Faiz, MBBS, MPhil Dr. Huma Amin, MBBS Dr. Mehwish Niaz, MBBS PG TRAINEES HISTOPATHOLOGY Dr. Samia Nawaz, MBBS Dr. Iram Sohail, MBBS Dr. Safina Ahmed, MBBS Dr. Mehwish Niaz, MBBS Dr. Mariam Usman, MBBS HAEMATOLOGY Dr. Saif-Ur-Rehman, MBBS Dr. Mehmood-Ul-Hassan, MBBS Dr. Umar Zahur, MBBS Dr. Attika Khalid, MBBS Dr. Javeria Rauf Saeed, MBBS Dr. Jamal Ahmad, MBBS Dr. Nazia Khalid, MBBS Dr. Nadia Arif, MBBS Professor Dr. Muhammad Luqman, MBBS, MPhil, FCPS

Co-Opted Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Sami Saeed, MBBS, PhD, MCPS, MPhil

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Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Practicals

The Department is entrusted with the responsibility to train the third year MBBS students in scientifically based, rational and cost-effective use of drugs. The curricula & syllabi approved by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council and Higher Education Commission are followed with emphasis on the pharmacolkinetic and pharmacodynamic aspects of commonly used drugs. Case-based learning and interactive sessions are an integral part of the teaching methodology to encourage participation of the students in learning process. A well equipped laboratory has been provided where students are exposed to the basic experimental techniques of drug research on laboratory animals, isolated tissues and organs in situ. Training in P drug concept of the World Health Organization, prescription writing and elementary biostatistics are also essential components of practical training. A visit to pharmaceutical industry is arranged to provide an opportunity to observe the modern drug manufacturing techniques. Continuous internal assessment is carried out throughout the academic proceedings to inculcate the habit of regular studies in students. Breakdown of the Subject with allocation of Hours Foundation Module (General Principles) Drugs acting on Autonomic Nervous System Hematology Module (Drugs acting on Blood) Cardiovascular Pharmacology Renal Module Skin & Musculoskeletal Module (Locally acting drugs, Analgesics and drugs used in Rheumatoid arthritis & Gout) Respiratory Module GIT & Liver Module Endocrine / Reproductive System Module Neuropsychiatry Module Chemotherapy of Infections Chemotherapy of cancers Teaching 16 hours 14 hours 8 hours 10 hours 5 hours 10 hours 6 hours 8 hours 15 hours 24 hours 30 hours 4 hours

Experimental techniques and pharmacodynamic studies P Drug concept & prescription writing Calculation of doses & preparation of drug solutions Pharmaceutical techniques & visit to industry Biostatistics

26 hours 10 hours 10 hours 10 hours 04 hours

Interactive Sessions

Seminars on rational use of drugs Tutorials / Problem based learning Internal Assessment / Tests Grand Total

30 hours 40 hours 20 hours 300 hours

Distribution of Marks (2nd Professional MBBS Examination)


Theory Viva Voce / Practical Examination Total

150 Marks 150 Marks 300 Marks

Head of the Department

Professor Dr. Muzammil Hasan Najmi, SI (M), MBBS, MPhil, PhD

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Munnaza Aqeel, MBBS, MPhil Dr. Sajid Ali Mustafvi, MBBS, FCPS Senior Lecturer Dr. Imrana Maqsood Khan, MBBS, MPhil Part - I Demonstrator Dr. Fatima Qasim Malik, MBBS Dr. Aamna Khokhar, MBBS Dr. Zarafshan, MBBS Dr. Shumaila Younas, MBBS Dr. Humaira Ashar, MBBS

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Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

Forensic Medicine is the knowledge of medicine used for the purpose of law. Most offences against the human body e.g. murder, injury, sexual offences, certification of death and birth, estimation of age, identification and cases of poisoning etc. require medico-legal examination and opinion of a medico-legal expert for further proceeding with the case in the law courts. The subject also covers laws relating to practice of medicine and ethics. This subject is taught to the MBBS students in 3rd Year and is divided into two major sections Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. About 60 hours are devoted to the study of Forensic Medicine while toxicology is covered in 40 hours alongwith practical demonstrations. At the end of 3rd Year the subject is examined during Second Professional MBBS Examination which comprises 100 marks of theory and 100 marks of practical and viva voce.

Department of Community Medicine

Community Medicine is the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health and efficiency of a community through an organized comprehensive health care delivery system. The teaching methodology includes Community Oriented and Community Based Medical Education alongwith Integrated and Problem Based Learning approach. S# a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. j. k. I. m. Subjects Concepts of Diseases/Health, and introduction to Community Medicine General Epidemiology and Medical Statistics Communicable/Non Communicable Diseases Applie Epidemiology International Health Environmental Health Behavioral Health Reproductive Health Nutrition Genetic Research and Survey Health Care System Clinical / Field Training / Practical / Demonstrations Total Hours 3 15 20 2 7 5 3 7 2 5 5 415

Head of the Department

Associate Professor Dr. Muhammad Hanif, MBBS, DMJ, DCH

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Anwaar Ahmad, MBBS, DMJ Dr. Yasmin Aamir, MBBS, DMJ Demonstrator Dr. Riffat Masood, MBBS Dr. M. Shehryar Hassan Khan, MBBS Dr. Aleena Younis, MBBS

Distribution of Marks

The distribution of marks is as under : Theory Viva Practical Including Research Project Total Marks: 150 150 300

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A / Head of the Department
Associate Professor Dr. Shaukat Mahmood Qureshi, MBBS, DPH, M.Sc (Adv Med Adm), MPH Dr. Shehryar Hassan MBBS Batch (2002-2006) Ex-Student FUMC DEMONSTRATOR IN FORENSIC MEDICINE & TOXICOLOGY I joined FUMC in Jan 2002. Belonging to one of the pioneer batches. (Second batch session 2002-2006). Having enjoyed my days in college for learning. I did my internship in Medicine from Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi and in Surgery from DHQ Hospital Rawalpindi. Returned to my alma mater and started teaching as a Demonstrator in Jan 2010. Teaching and preparing for post graduation. I am enjoying teaching future generations and having the courtesy of being not only there teacher but also there senior. I also had the pleasure for inaugurating one of the first FUMC Alumni Meet. My main ambitions in life are to be a better human being and to serve people to the best of my ability. I wish to praise Allah and my parents without whom none of this would have happened. Freud said the two most important things in life are work and love. If youre lucky enough to love your work the rewards are great. It not-a little respect goes a long way.

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Nosheen Zaidi, MBBS, MPH Dr. Afshan Shahid, MBBS, MPH, MSC (Nutrition) Senior Lecturer Dr. Nabeela Fazal Babar, MBBS, MMCH Dr. Ume Sughra, MBBS, MPH Dr. Umay Kalsoom, MBBS, MPH Demonstrator Dr. Tahira Amjad, MBBS, MPH Dr. Saima Bairam, MBBS Dr. Saadia Riaz, MBBS

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Clinical Sciences Division

The Clinical Sciences Division of FUMC includes the major departments of Surgery, Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology and Paediatrics. The Clinical Sciences Division consists of the compulsory specialties of Psychiatry, Radiology (Diagnostic), Radiology (Therapeutics), Anesthesia, Dermatology, Orthopaedics, Tuberculosis/ Pulmonology and Dentistry. The Division also has specialized doctors and fully equipped optional specialties of Neurology, Cardiology, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Neuro Surgery, Nephrology, Paediatrics Surgery and Oncology. The students of FUMC are imparted clinical training in Fauji Foundation Hospital (FFH) Rawalpindi. FFH is a 740 bedded tertiary level hospital with a student/bed ratio of 1:5. FFH is undergoing expansion/up gradation of its existing facilities so as to be a 1200 bedded Teaching Hospital for FUMC. The FFH is recognized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP) for FCPS Part-II Training in the subjects of Surgery, Medicine, Gynae & Obs, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics, Pathology, Psychiatry and Anesthesiology. The FFH is providing House job opportunity to the fresh graduates of FUMC in the Departments of Medicine, Surgery, Gynae/Obs, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics, Psychiatry, Urology and Anaesthesia.

Retrograde Cholecysto Pancreatography), upper G.I and lower G.I Endoscopies. b. Nephrology: The Department runs a dialysis unit and cares for patients who have had a renal transplant. c. Diabetes Clinic: Where patient care and counseling is provided as well as the gathering of data for research. d. Rheumatology: This has a well equipped rehabilitation lab with trained physiotherapist and a DEXA scanner. e. Pulmonology Department: Which carries out bronchoscopies and runs the DOTs program in collaboration with WHO. f. Cardiology Department: This is a very active department with a well equipped Coronary Care Unit and facilities for ETT, echocardiography and pacemaker placement. All consultants participate very actively in teaching and regularly attend medical education workshops. Teaching in the Department of Medicine is very interactive with exposure to a large variety of cases including haematology, oncology and dermatology. The Psychiatry Department actively participates in teaching behavioral sciences. 2. Block Teaching Hours 800 hrs
5th Year Total Hrs Hrs 360 800

1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year Hrs Hrs Hrs Hrs Medicine & 25 Allied Nuclear Medicine Emergence Medicine Medicine Elective 30 120 265

Department of Medicine
1.

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This is a progressive department which has transformed over the last few years. Latest trends in learning like integrated teaching with problem based approach and clerkship in final years have been introduced. Areas of special interest are:-

3.

Total Marks Theory Practical

600 Marks 300 Marks 300 Marks

a. G.I and Liver: The Department runs a Liver Clinic, provides interferon and performs diagnostic, therapeutic procedures like ERCP (Endoscopic

Head of the Department

Professor Dr. Tassawar Hussain, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS, MRCP (UK), FRCP (London)

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Faculty
Professor Dr. Falak Sher Khan Bhatti, FCPS, FACP Associate Professor Dr. Uzma Bano, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Gondal, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Amna Khan, MBBS, FCPS Co-Opted Faculty Professor Dr. A.A Durrani, MBBS, MRCP, FRCP Associate Professor Dr. Nayyar Yaqoob, MBBS, FCPS Assistant Professor Dr. Shahid Mumtaz Abbasi, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Amjad Nasim, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Ayesha Masood, MBBS, FCPS (Med), FCPS (Cardiology) PG Trainee Dr. Kiran Fatima, MBBS Dr. Sara Jabbar, MBBS Dr. Khush Bakht Safeer, MBBS Dr. Kanza Kanwal, MBBS Dr. Sehrish Jahan Asif, MBBS Dr. Hassan Shahzad, MBBS Dr. Amna Zulfiqar, MBBS Dr. Umar Ashraf Gill, MBBS Dr. Qurban Hussain, MBBS Dr. Qurat Ul Ain, MBBS Dr. Kamran Munawar, MBBS

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Department of Surgery

Surgery is a branch of medicine that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to investigate and /or treat a pathological condition such as disease or injury, to help improve bodily function or appearance, or sometimes for some other reason. Breakdown/distribution of Subject (main Heads) General Surgery Trauma/Orthopedics Urology Anaesthesia Neurosurgery Vascular Surgery Burns and Plastic Surgery Block Teaching Hours Dedicated to Each Main Head (1) Total teaching hours 800 (a) General Surgery including Anaesthesia, 60% Neurosurgery, Vascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Burns and Plastic Surgery (b) Trauma and Orthopaedic 20% (c) Urology 20% Distribution of Marks 1. Total marks 2. Theory 3. VIVA Voce/ Clinical 4. Internal Assessment 600 300 300

10% of total marks are allotted to internal assessment. Internal assessment of theory is based on term test and preannual (Send Up) Examination conducted by the college, while internal assessment of VIVA Voce/ Clinical are based on ward assessment test.

Head of the Department Faculty

Professor Dr. Eithazaz Ahmed Bashir, MBBS, FCPS

Professor Dr. Nasim Ul Majeed, MBBS, FCPS, FICS Associate Professor Dr. Shahid Mehmood, MBBS, FRCS, FICS Assistant Professor Dr. Malik Azmat Hasan, MBBS, FCPS

Co-Opted Faculty
Professor Dr. Basharat Ali Khan, MBBS, FRCS Ed, DU London Assistant Professor Dr. Sami Ullah, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Raja Najam Ul Haq, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Muhammad Imran, MBBS, FCPS Dr. Khalil Ur Rehman, MBBS, FCPS

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Department of Ophthalmology (EYE)


The department of Ophthalmology is well-equipped to treat most eye diseases and also to impart training to the students of MBBS from Foundation University Medical College. Eye Department is recognized for FCPS Part-II training.

Co-Opted Faculty
R.M.O/M.O Dr. Samia Shaheen, MBBS Dr. Shahzia Inam, MBBS

Clinical Services

An outpatient with 6 clinics as well as a room for clinical investigations. There are 2 wards (Male & Female) having a total of 40 beds. There is a dedicated room for Ophthalmic use in the Operation Theatre. Diagnostic facilities available are:Visual field analyzer (Humphery and lister), YAG laser Capsulotomy, Fundus Fluorescein Angiography and frequency doubled YAG Photocoagulation. Surgical facilities are Phocoemulsification, glaucoma, squint, lid, lacrimal system and vitreoretinal surgeries. Teaching Hours (4th Year MBBS) 200 hrs 100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks

Department of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgey (ENT)

The subject of ENT is concerned with medical and surgical diseases of Ear, Nose and Throat and Head and Neck region. At undergraduate level subject is mainly taught in 4th year. However with vertical integration of curriculum some introduction and basic science teaching is done during earlier years. This subject is examined in 3rd Professional Examination. ENT Deptt is recognized by CPSP for postgraduate training and by PMDC for undergraduate training. The aim of ENT curriculum is to make the doctors able to: 1. Diagnose common ENT diseases and initiate treatment. 2. Identify ENT diseases requiring referral for further management. 3. Do initial management of ENT emergencies and recognize when to call specialist colleague. While teaching we will keep in mind that :1. Emphasis is on the understanding and application of scientific concepts and principles than on the recall of factual material. 2. Curriculum should stimulate students and create a sustained interest in ENT so that the study of the subject is enjoyable and satisfying and a worthwhile educational experience rather than just a boring staircase to go to the next class. Students recognize the usefulness, and limitations, of scientific method and to appreciate its applicability in our own society and in everyday life. 3. Students should be able to develop attitudes relevant to medical science such as Concern for accuracy and

Distribution of Marks
Theory Viva / Practical Total

Head of the Department Faculty

Professor Dr. B.A Naeem, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

Assistant Professor Dr. Shahzad Waseem, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Tehmina Nazir, MBBS, DOMS, FCPS Dr. Rumana Masood, MBBS, FCPS

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precision, Objectivity, Integrity, Skills of enquiry, Initiative, Inventiveness. Awareness is promoted that scientific theories and methods have developed, and continue to do so, as a result of co-operative activities of groups and individuals and that medical science transcends national boundaries. The study and practice of Medicine are subject to social, economic, technological, ethical and cultural influences and limitations. Therapeutic intervention may be both beneficial and detrimental to the individual, the community and the environment. Students should be able to recognize this and act accordingly for the safety of patients.

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Department of Gynaecology / Obstetrics


The subject comprises of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Obstetrics branch of medicine is concerned with the treatment of women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the time after childbirth. Obstetricians work to ensure that pregnancy culminates in the delivery of a healthy baby, without impairing the health status of the mother. Gynaecology is the medical specialty concerned with medical and surgical conditions of the female reproductive system (except from those related to pregnancy and childbirth that is obstetrics). Breakdown/distribution of subject: Obstetrics: Conception and fertilization Physiological changes in pregnancy Monitoring of high risk pregnancy Pregnancy related disorders Labor and its complications Surgical intervention of pregnancy Gynaecology: Anatomy and development of the reproductive tract Menstrual cycle and its disturbances Miscarriages Infertility Contraception Cancers of genital tract Surgical procedures and its complications Teaching Hours (Lectures / Tutorials / Seminars / Clinical Training / Examination) The batch of 4th Year MBBS rotating in Gynaecology / Obstetrics department undergoes clinical training as per following:-

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Distribution of Marks undergraduate MBBS in subject of ENT


Theory Viva / Practical Total

100 Marks 100 Marks 200 Marks

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Habib Bashir, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Medical Officers Dr. Naila Amjad Ali, MBBS Dr. Nudrat Khalil, MBBS

Co-opted Faculty
Associate Professor Dr. Zafar Ahmed MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

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Lectures Clinical Training Morning Class Evening Class Evening Class 1 Lecture / Week 02 hours 02 hours 02 hours Total hours 36 hours 22 hours 16 hours 16 hours 90 hours

Co-Opted Faculty
Professor Dr. Nasira Sabiha Dawood, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Faiza Ibrar, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS MO/DMO Dr. Shamma Jabeen, MBBS Dr. Isra Masood, MBBS PG Trainees Dr. Fatima Nazim, MBBS Dr. Nosheen Akhtar, MBBS Dr. Mehwish Malik, MBBS

The batch of Final Year MBBS rotating in Gynaecology / Obstetrics department undergoes clinical training as per following:Lectures 1 hour Lecture / Daily CPC 04 CPC / Batch Seminar 02 hours / 4 classes Radiology 02 hours / 4 classes Clinical class (Ward / OPD / OT) 21/2 hours Case Presentation / Discussion 02 hours Evening Class (Gynae Batch) 02 hours Evening Class (Obs Batch) 05 hours Maternity duties (Obs Batch) 12 hours TOACS / Long Cases Written Paper Total Teaching Hours 28 hours 04 hours 08 hours 08 hours 90 hours 54 hours 42 hours 105 hours 132 hours 04 hours 03 hours 478 hours

Department of Anaesthesiology

Anesthesia is a super specialty related with keeping the patient reversible unconscious/sedated and haemodynamically stable during any surgical procedure. Balanced anesthesia consists of analgesia, amnesia and Muscle relaxation. Breakdown/distribution of Subject (1) Anesthesia for General Surgery & Plastic Surgery (2) Anesthesia for Orthopedic Surgery (3) Anesthesia for Urology (4) Anesthesia for Neuro Surgery (4) Anesthesia for Pediatric (5) Anesthesia for Gynae/Obs (6) Anesthesia for ENT & Eye (7) Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management Block Training Hours Dedicated to each main head 65 hrs Total teaching hours Distribution of Marks (1) Total Marks (2) Theory (3) VIVA Voce / Clinical 50 25 25

Head of the Department Faculty

Professor Dr. Shahida Akhtar, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

Associate Professor Dr. Riffat Najeeb, MBBS, FRCOG, DO (IRE) Dr. Zartaj Hayat, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Assistant Professor Dr. Shamaila Tanveer, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Arifa Bari, MBBS, FCPS

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Head of the Department Faculty
Associate Academic Dr. Muhammad Ehsan Ul Haq, MBBS, FCPS Professor Dr. Noor Hussain, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

Department of Dermatology

Dermatology is the study of skin and its diseases. It is a subspecialty of General Medicine. Breakdown / Distribution of Subject (for undergraduate medical students) Common skin disorders including skin infections, genetic disorders, immune mediated disorders & skin manifestation of systemic diseases. Block Teaching Hours Dedicated To Each Main Head Dermatology is allied with Department of Medicine. 15 hours of lectures in 4th Year and Final Year respectively & three weeks clinical rotation of batches in Final Year.

Co-Opted Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Dur-i-Shahwar, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Nadia Omer, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

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Distribution of Marks
There is only one question in Paper 1 (General Medicine) & viva of 10 marks in the final professional examination. The Department of Dermatology, FUMC one of the few Departments in Private Sector which has been accredited by College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan (CPSP) for imparting training for MCPS and FCPS Dermatology.
Breakdown/Distribution of Subject Teaching Hours Dedicated to each Main Head Year 1st and 2nd Year
Doctor patient relationship Communication Skills Medical ethics Learning Memory Perception Cognition Emotions Motivations Thinking Intelligence Personality Stress and Coping with Stress Counseling 3rd Year Forensic Psychiatry 4th Year Clinical Rotation History taking Psychiatric Examination Signs and symptoms in Psychiatry Classification in Psychiatry Etiology of Psychiatric disorders Organic brain disorders Psychoactive substance abuse Final Year Schizophrenia Mood disorders Depressive disorders Anxiety disorders Obsessive compulsive disorders Stress related disorders Somatoform disorders Dissociative disorders Personality, its assessment and Personality disorders Child Psychiatry Mental Retardation Psychopharmacology Psychiatry of old age Teaching Hours 1st and 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year 50 Hrs 02 Hrs 37 Hrs 22 Hrs 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 3 1 24 hrs 2 1 3 1 1 2 1

Learning Hrs Practicals Small Group Lectures Discussion / PBL Session

Acting Head of the Department

Associate Professor Dr. Farid Ur Rehman, MBBS, FCPS (Derm)

All topics incorporated in the PBL sessions during first two years.

Department of Psychiatry

The definition of Health includes Physical, Psychological and Social well being. Psychiatry is a branch of Medical Science which deals with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of behavioral and mental illnesses. It encompasses the mental, behavioral disorders and psychosocial issues related to these disorders. Psychiatric disorders are very common, causing great suffering for the individual, their families and society at large. This branch of Medical Science continues to endeavor to ameliorate this suffering. Teaching at undergraduate level is one major step in this endeavor.

Acting Head of the Department

Associate Professor Dr. Nadeem Abbas, MBBS, Dip in Psychology Med, MCPS, FCPS

Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Nadia Azad, MBBS, FCPS

All topics to be taken up for small group discussion during students clinical rotation in Psychiatry.

Co-Opted Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Mazhar Malik, MBBS, FCPS

Total

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Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Department of Paediatrics

Orthopaedic means straightening of a child. The subject is related to a musculoskeletal system and its related disorders. Breakdown/distribution of subject (Main Heads) 1. Acute Trauma and its management 2. Soft Tissue Injuries 3. Sports Injuries 4. Fractures manifestation with management 5. Bone infections 6. Bone and Soft Tissues tumors 7. Congenital anomalies and bone malformation Block Teaching Hours Dedicated to Each Main Head Orthopaedic is sub specialty of Surgery. There will be only 20% teaching hours for Orthopaedic Surgery.

Paediatrics is a subject which is concerned with the health of infants, children and adolescents; their growth and development; and opportunity to achieve full potential as adults. The young are often among the most vulnerable in society and thus their needs require special attention. Breakdown/distribution of Subject (Main Heads)

General Paediatrics

Students are taught about the norms of pediatric age group. They are briefed about lactation, management, nutrition and malnutrition in children. General know how about common infection and the prevention through immunization:

Neonatology

Distribution of Marks

Two compulsory questions total of 25 marks are being included in Surgery papers.

Basic know how about the normal newborn, common ailments of a neonate, neonatal emergencies and neonatal resuscitation.

Head of the Department

Special Paediatrics

Professor Dr. Amjad Iqbal, TI(M), MBBS, MSc (Ortho), MCPS, FCPS

Different diseases of childhood pertaining to various systems of the body including their investigation and management alongwith clinical skills. Block Teaching Hours Dedicated to Each Main Head PBL and interactive sessions from 1st Year to 3rd Year with approximately 10 - 20 hours per module. General Paediatrics is taught in 4th Year MBBS in weekly 1 hour duration lectures dedicating total of 41 hours yearly. Neonatology and Special Paediatrics is taught in Final Year MBBS during their 6 week clinical clerkship in small batches.

Co-Opted Faculty
Assistant Professor Dr. Nouman Maqbool, MBBS, FCPS (Ortho) Senior Registrar Dr. Omer Farooq Bhatti, MBBS MO/RMO Dr. Ammar Hafeez Dogar, MBBS Dr. Ahsan Khalid Faruqi, MBBS

Clinical Skill Training

4th Year 60 hours in Paediatric ward rotation in batches

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5th Year Clinical Clerkship for 6 weeks, daily from 0800 hrs to 1700 hrs where students are taught clinical skills and given hands on training in examining patients and performing various procedures.

Department of Urology

Distribution of Marks

Students are regularly examined during the final academic year in ward test and send up exam before taking up the final examination. Students are finally examined in Paediatric Medicine in Final Professional MBBS Examination. Marks distribution is as follows:100 Marks Theory Practical 100 Marks Total Marks 200 Marks 10% Marks of both theory and practical examination are contributed by internal assessment.

Urology is a branch of surgery which deals with the diseases of the urinary & genital tracts of the male and urinary tract of the females. Increased awareness of the general population regarding kidney diseases and prostate disorders, especially prostate cancer, has given added importance to this subject. Recent technological advancements like Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy and use of Lithoclast for stone diseases and surgical advances in the field of kidney transplantation have given new horizon to the subject of urology.

Teaching Methodology
a. Clinical Rotation to the Urology Department MBBS students go through the clinical rotation to the department of Urology in 2nd Year, 3rd Year, 4th Year and Final Year of their studies. They are trained in history taking and clinical examination of urological patients. Urological investigations are discussed. Students are trained in patients evaluation and reaching the diagnosis. Treatment options are discussed.

Head of the Department Faculty

Dr. Professor Parveen Akhtar, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

Assistant Professor Dr. Faisal Raza Malik, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Dr. Mohammad Afzal, MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar Dr. Huma Saleem Khan, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Dr. Hareem Khurshid, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

b. Demonstration in Operation Theaters The students observe and participate in the operative procedures in side the operation theatre. Endoscopic procedures on Prostate, Tumours & Urinary Stones are performed and demonstrated on LCS Screen. c. Lectures Interactive lectures on various topics of Urology are delivered to the 4th Year and Final Year MBBS students.

Co-Opted Faculty
Associate Professor Dr. Gul Hussain, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Medical Officer Dr. Naila Arshad, MBBS

d. Group Discussions, Seminars and Conferences during the Clinical Rotation The students actively participate in the group discussions. They are also encouraged and trained to participate in national conferences and seminars in Urology.

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Assessment At the end of the clinical rotation, each student undergoes through a process of evaluation on the pattern of Final Year MBBS Examination. Routine and surprise tests are conducted periodically. Breakdown/ Distribution of Subject (main Heads) Congenital Anomalies of Genitourinary Tract Uro-Radiology and Anuria LUTS (Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms) and BOO (Bladder Outlet Obstruction) Prostate Disorders: Prostatitis, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Prostate Cancer Urethral Stricture Urinary Stone Disease Perinephric Abscess, Pyonephrosis, Acute & Chronic Pyelonephritis UTIs and STDs (Sexually transmitted diseases) Cystic Diseases of the Kidney Trauma to the Renal Tract PUJ (Pelviureteric Junction) Obstruction Haematuria Urinary Oncology: Renal, Bladder, Prostate and Testicular Cancers Scrotal Swellings Vesicoureteric Reflux, Posterior Urethral Valves Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction Acute and Chronic Renal Failure and Renal Transplant

Block Teaching Hours Dedicated To Each Main Head 1. According to the integrated Medical Education Module and Problem Based Learning the students are taught Renal and Metabolic Module as under: II Year MBBS Class III Year MBBS Class IV Year MBBS Class 02 weeks 03 weeks 05 weeks 48 Hrs 72 Hrs 108 Hrs 10 Hrs 10 Hrs

2. Interactive Lecture Sessions IV Year MBBS Class 10 Lectures V Year MBBS Class 10 Lectures

Distribution of Marks

Ward Test at the end of clinical rotation 60 Marks Spot Tests, MCQs 40 Marks Final Year MBBS Surgery Paper 25% of total marks TOACS, MCQs Final Year MBBS Practical 25% of total marks examination surgery

Head of the Department

Prof. Dr. Khalid Farouk, MBBS, FRCS (Ireland), FCPS - Urol

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Department of Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery is a specialty that deals with the diseases of central and peripheral neuro system which are treated as surgery. Breakdown/ Distribution of Subject / Block Teaching Hours Dedicated to each Main Head
Year 2nd Year Neurosciences Module 4th Year Head Injury Hydrocephalus Spinal Injury Spinal Bifida Raised Intracranial Pressure Final Year Common Brain Tumours Backache Common Spinal Tumours Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc Peripheral Nerve Compression Total 10 Neurosurgery Clinical rotation in ward for 3 weeks for each batch (whole year) Learning Hrs Lectures Practicals Small Group Discussion / PBL Session 16 -

Department of Radiology
Role To familiarize the students with basic concepts of the Imaging modalities, their interpretation and role in diagnosis of diseases. Breakdown/distribution of Subject (main Heads) Imaging modalities including conventional Radiography (Plain & Contrast) Ultrasound, CT Scan, MRI and Nuclear Medicine. These modalities play pivotal role in diagnosis and proper management of the patients. The students are taught role of imaging as part of vertical / horizontal integration in small group tutorials. Block Teaching Hours Dedicated To Each Main Head In past, according to PM&DC requirement 40 teaching hours were dedicated to the subject of Diagnostic Radiology. With the introduction of new Modular teaching system early vertical & horizontal clinical integration has been started from 1st Year onwards, hence the teaching hours have increased. Tutorial in Diagnostic Radiology are taken from Final Year students during their attachment in hospital. This has certainly enhanced the understanding of the students for the logical applications of different imaging modalities in the management of patients.

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Distribution of Marks

Distribution of Marks

1.SEQ / MCQ test at the end of lectures schedule 100 Marks 2.Clinical ward test at the end of clinical rotation 100 Marks Total - 200 Marks

There is no separate marks distribution for the subject of Radiology in undergraduate examinations. However the students are evaluated in Final Professional Exam for skill of Diagnostic Radiology in relevant subjects i.e. Surgery, Medicine & Paeds.

Head of the Department Co-Opted Faculty

Acting Head of the Department

Professor Dr. Ishtiaq Ahmed Qureshi, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS

Associate Prof. Dr. Syed Atif Mahmood Kazmi, MBBS, FCPS (Surgery), FCPS (Neurosurgery) Advance Training Neurosurgery (U.S.A)

Assistant Professor Dr. Naushaba Sadiq, MBBS, MCPS

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Senior Registrar Dr. Kiran Farooq, MBBS, MCPS, FCPS Dr. Nuwayrah Jawaid Saghir, Classified Radiologist Assistant Director Assistant Professor Dr. Naushaba Sadiq Officer Incharge Clinical Skill Lab (CSL) Assistant Professor Liaqat Ali Coordinator Assistant Professor Dr. Kamran Masud Demonstrator Dr. Ayesha Ghassan Dr. Sabina Nisar Mrs. Wajeeha Auranzeb Assessment The students are assessed through PBL assessment and end of the module tests involving assignments, written and objective structural clinical / practical (OSCE/OSPE) examinations. As per PM&DC rules, the internal evaluation score constitute upto 30% of the total marks allocated to each subject of the MBBS course in all the University Examinations. The students have to get minimum 50% marks separately in theory and practical to get promoted to next class / qualify for the degree.

Department of Medical Education

The goal of the Department of Medical Education is to provide high level professional educational services to support and enhance the teaching role of the Medical College. The Foundation University Medical College is refining its curriculum to match International guidelines. Our aim is to provide educational information, advice and facilitate the implementation of best internationally credible educational practice within the curriculum. Achieving this aim will require activity in the areas of curriculum planning, teaching and learning activities and assessment. Evaluation of the outcomes of the curriculum and teaching quality will be an integral part of this process. We plan to assist our faculty in delivering high quality undergraduate and postgraduate educational activities. We hope to develop a research program which achieves an international reputation for its high quality. Methods of teaching practice are evolving rapidly in response to changes in the traditional learning environment and educational technology. The Department of Medical Education will facilitate the provision of a range of state-of-the-art facilities to enhance teaching and learning. This will include operating clinical skills centers and encouraging the use of information technology for communication between staff and students and for distance and independent learning.

Faculty
Director Professor Dr. Muhammad Luqman Joint Director Professor Dr. Shahid Rauf

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Distribution of hours will be as under:SUBJECT BAHAMOURAL SCIENCES ISLAMIC & PAKISTAN STUDIES ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY PHARMACOLOGY PATHALOGY *FORENSIC MEDICINE **COMMUNITY MEDICINE MEDICINE & ALLIED
Nuclear Medicine Emergency Medicine Medicine Elective ***Psychiatry Dermatology & General Practice

1st Year (Hours) 5 15 250 250 100 15 25 25


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2nd Year (Hours) 5 15 250 250 100 25 25 30


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3rd Year (Hours) 5 10 300 260 100 50 120


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4th Year (Hours) 5 10 200 150 265


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Final Year (Hours) 5 360


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Total Hours 25 50 500 500 200 300 500 100 250 800
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****Radiology Orthopaedics Paed Surgery Neurosurgery Surgery Elective Emergency Surgery & Anaesthesia

5 25 5

10 30 10

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50 265 10

70 360 15

150 800 40

OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY OPHTHALMOLOGY OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY (ENT) CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL CONFERENCE TOTAL * ** *** ****

10 5 5 740

10 10 10 790

50 15 15 1060

100 70 70 60 1265

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300 100 100 60 4795

Bioethics will be taught in the Forensic Medicine Biostatistcs will be taught in Community Medicine Behavioural Sciences will be taught in Psychiatry Biophysics will be taught in Radiology

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(FUCLAS)
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Maqsud Alam Bukhari Principal

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Foundation University Faculty of Education

Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

The College has a short but rich history of institutional development. The College started as a Teacher Training Institute (TTI) and held that status from 1990 to 1999. In the year 2000, TTI was upgraded and named as Fauji Foundation College of Education (FFCE). In 2002, FUI was granted Federal Charter and FFCE started functioning as Foundation University College of Education (FUCE). Subsequently MPhil and PhD programs were added. The year 2005, saw further development and a new name Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (FUCLAS) was given to FUCE keeping in view the broader role it would play in future.

Faculty
Associate Professor Muhammad Tayyab Alam, PhD (Education) Ayesha Bibi, PhD (Education) Assistant Professor Shagufta Akhtar, PhD (Education) Noshaba Mansoor, MPhil (Education)

Visiting Faculty

Faculty of Education
Dean Prof. Dr. Muhammad Maqsud Alam Bukhari PhD Education (BD)

Manzoor Arif, PhD (Education) Naima Malik, MPhil (Education) Faiza Nadeem, MEd, MA Islamic Studies

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Programs Offered Programs
Bachelor of Education (BEd) Master of Education (MEd) Master of Education (MA Edu) Master of Philosophy MPhil (Education)

Duration
1 Year (2 semesters) 1 Year (2 semesters) 2 Years (4 semesters) 2-3 Years

Eligibility
BA/BSc or equivalent with at least second division. BA/BSc/MA/MSc with BEd or equivalent with at least second division. BA/BSc or equivalent with at least second division. Master Degree in Education with first division or CGPA 3.0 out of 4.0 MPhil (Education) from a recognized University. GRE/GMAT/HEC approved GAT is the entry requirement. MPhil in Education with minimum CGPA 3.0 out of 4.0. Subject GRE (International) after MPhil is the entry requirement.

Doctor of Philosophy PhD (Education)

3-5 years

Bachelor of Education (BEd)


Introduction
The Bachelor of Education program has been designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of students in the field of education. It has a two-pronged strategy of developing an understanding of educational theory which will lead to a practical implementation in the classroom. The program also aims at grooming the personalities of students to turn them into good teachers.

levels and as Head masters / Head mistresses in private and public sector Schools. They can also get jobs as Assistant Education Officers.

Assessment

Coursework, assignments, presentations, theory, teaching practical and exams.

Scheme of Study

Job Opportunities

Students after completing the BEd degree will be able to get jobs as an Educator at Primary, Elementary & Secondary

Duration: Courses: Teaching Practice: Internship/Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

2 Semesters 30 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 36 Credits

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Courses Semester-1
Code Edu 536 Edu 620 Edu 560 Course Title Educational Psychology Classroom Management Elective Subject-1 (Method: 3 Credits Content: 3 Credits) Teaching of English Elective Subject-2 (Method: 3 Credits Content: 3 Credits) (Choose one from the following electives) Teaching of Islamiat (Edu 550) Urdu (Edu 552) Pakistan Studies (Edu 554) General Science (Edu 556) Mathematics (Edu 558) English for Academic Purposes Credit Hours 3 3 6 Lecture Hours/Week 3 3 6

Edu 550

Eng 401

NC

NC

Semester-2
Code Edu 652 Edu 608 Edu 486 Edu 568 Edu 615 Comp 444 Course Title Teaching Methods & Techniques Curriculum Development Introduction to Educational Research Testing & Assessment Teaching Practice Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 NC Lecture Hours/Week 3 3 3 3 6 NC

*If the number of Students in any group of elective subject-2 is less than 10 then that elective subject-2 may not be offered.

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Master of Education (MEd)


Evening Program

Job Opportunities

Introduction

The Master of Education (MEd) Program (Evening) has been designed for the professional development of practitioners in education and potential educationists. The program, therefore, has been structured to provide students with a broad and practical awareness of educational theory, practice and policy. The teaching methodology is practice-based and provides students with an opportunity to explore the possible areas of professional interest in their chosen field of study. Students in the Master of Education (MEd) program will: Study current innovations in the field of education and human development. Take on expanding leadership roles and responsibilities with skill and expertise in the chosen area. Explore avenues of the modern trends and issues in education. Analyze effective use of instructional material in various contexts. Participate in the on-going efforts to improve education inside and outside the traditional schools in Pakistan.

Students after doing MEd can secure jobs at different positions both in public and private sectors such as: Teachers Head Teachers Teacher Trainers Curriculum Designers Deputy Education Officers Education officers through public service commission

Assessment

Courses work assignments, presentations, exams and thesis/project. Note: The criterion for thesis allocation in the final semester is obtaining 3.5 GPA in semester one.

Scheme of Study

Duration: Courses: Thesis: Internship/Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

2 Semesters 30 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 36 Credits

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Courses Semester-1
Code Edu 516 Edu 658 Edu 652 Edu 637 Edu 608 Edu 620 Eng 401 Course Title Educational Research Educational Measurement and Evaluation Teaching Methods & Techniques Foundations of Education Curriculum Development Classroom Management English for Academic Purposes Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit Lecture Hours/Week 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit

Semester-2
Code Edu 416 Edu 686 Edu 631 Edu 655 Edu 618 Code Edu 646 Edu 512 Comp 444 Course Title Basic Statistics in Education Advanced Educational Psychology Educational Planning & Management Instructional Technology Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours/Week 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours/Week 3 3 Non Credit

Semester-3
Course Title (i) Guidance & Counseling (ii) School, Community & Teacher Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 Non Credit

*Note: In place of Thesis any two optional courses may be offered to the students.

Rabia Kanwal When I look back at the two years that I spent at FUCLAS, I feel immense pleasure. It provided necessary skills for the success in my practical life as well as personal life. I am highly thankful to this Institute and to my teachers, whose tireless efforts helped me to develop as a confident person and an achiever.

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Master of Arts in Education


Introduction
School teachers in Pakistan find themselves under great pressure both from the parents and the state. They are expected to play a variety of roles in the overall personality development of the learners. They are also required to grow professionally and develop a positive attitude towards the teaching profession. These expectations can only be met if the quality of teaching, professional expertise and understanding of the surroundings is enhanced. MA Education is a professionally oriented program which is designed to cater to the needs of prospective teachers. The program will make future teachers able to examine, evaluate and reflect upon current practice in schools. The courses of MA Education are designed with a view to cover all the major areas of interest related to the fields of Education and Training.

Job Opportunities

After successful completion of the degree, students will not only be able to contribute constructively to the education system in Pakistan but will also avail job opportunities at school and college levels both in public and private sectors.

Assessment

Course work, assignments, presentations, exams and thesis/project. Note: The criterion for thesis allocation in the final semester is obtaining 3.5 GPA in semester one.

Scheme of Study

Duration: Courses: Teaching Practice: Thesis: Internship/Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

4 Semesters 60 Credits 06 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 72 Credits

Courses Semester-1
Code Edu 536 Edu 608 Edu 516 Edu 637 Eng 401 Comp 444 Course Title Educational Psychology Curriculum Development Educational Research Foundations of Education English for Academic Purposes Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-2
Code Edu 416 Edu 652 Edu 560 Edu 565 Edu 550 Edu 555 Code Edu 686 Edu 514 Edu 646 Edu 631 Edu 615 Course Title Basic Statistics in Education Teaching Methods and Techniques Teaching of English (Content) Teaching of English (Method)* Teaching of Islamiat (Content) Teaching of Islamiat (Method)* Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 6

Semester-3
Course Title Advanced Educational Psychology Advanced Statistics in Education Guidance & Counselling Educational Planning & Management Teaching Practice Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6

Semester-4
Code Edu 620 Edu 512 Edu 658 Edu 655 Edu 618 Course Title Classroom Management School, Community & Teacher Educational Measurement & Evaluation Instructional Technology Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 6

* Other elective subjects may also be offered if there are at least 10 students in the group. ** Students securing 3.5 CGPA will opt for thesis. The remaining students will be offered two optional subject in place of thesis.

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Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Education


Introduction
The MPhil program has been designed for the professional development of practitioners in education and potential educationists. The program, therefore, has been structured to provide students with a broad and practical awareness of educational theory, practice and policy. The areas covered in the MPhil program include Philosophy of Education, Policy Development, Educational Management - Theory and Practice, the Wider Social Context of Education, Educational Methodology, Learning, Teaching and Assessment. Students are required to undertake a substantial research work and complete a dissertation of 12 credits. The main objectives of the program are to: Enhance understanding of important concepts, theories and issues in education. Promote critical thinking about educational concepts and theories. Enable students to analyze policy and practice in educational contexts. Foster in students a critical awareness of educational research and develop skills to design and undertake their own research investigations.

They can engage themselves in the process of curriculum development in Pakistan. They can bring changes in the field of educational administration and supervision on getting jobs as administrators in the field of education. Their skills of conducting research will enable them to design and undertake research studies. They can become a part of the process of making educational plans and policies at national level. They may fill the existing vacuum of leadership in the field of education.

Assessment

Coursework, practical projects, assignments, presentations, and exams.

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Thesis: Total

4-6 Semesters 24 Credits 12 Credits 36 Credits

Job Opportunities

The scholars, after doing MPhil will be eligible to acquire relatively high posts at both national and international levels. They can get key posts at Higher Education Institutions and Degree Awarding Public and Private Sector Institutions. They may be able to get opportunity to work at various posts in Higher Education Commission.

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Courses Semester-1
Code Edu 701 Edu 881 Edu 786 Edu 748 Comp 444 Course Title Advanced Course in Teaching Strategies Advanced Research Methods & Descriptive Statistics in Education Human Development & Learning Trends and Issues in Education Basic Computer Skills 3 3 Non Credit 3 3 Non Credit Credit Hours 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3

Semester-2
Code Edu 702 Edu 918 Edu 780 Edu 858 Eng 401 Course Title Philosophy of Education Advanced Course in Curriculum Development Economics and Financing of Education Educational Measurement & Evaluation English for Academic Purposes Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Non Credit Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 Non Credit

Semester-3
Code Edu 718 Course Title Thesis Writing: Synopsis, Development of Instrument Review of Related Literature Credit Hours 6 Lecture Hours 6

Semester-4
Code Edu 718 Course Title Thesis Writing: Data Collection, Data Analysis and Report Writing Credit Hours 6 Lecture Hours 6

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Doctor of Philosophy: PhD in Education


Introduction
The doctoral program in Education is designed for professionals who wish to develop and refine their abilities to provide leadership for educational excellence. The program prepares professionals in education to engage them individually and professionally in reflective and ethical practice as they promote the development of individual learning as well as existing and emerging learning communities including schools, post-secondary institutions and community-based organizations. Doctoral instruction at FUCLAS is different from instruction at the graduate and other levels in the following ways: Students are expected to assume responsibility for the planning, completion, and presentation of the original research. Students are required to undertake research projects in a befitting way. Extensive reading, emphasizing primary source material in a specialized field is expected. Students are expected to become thoroughly familiar with the current literature in the chosen area of research and interest, with emphasis on recently published developments in research methods and results. Doctoral courses claim active roles for students in intellectual exchange with both faculty and fellow students. The course work includes critique of latest published research. Doctoral course work stresses integrating student research into the general framework of the academic discipline.

Language Requirements

Proficiency in at least two languages must be demonstrated. These may include English and any other national or international language.

Assessment

Coursework, research thesis, seminars, assignments, presentations and examinations.

Scheme of Study

Duration: 3-5 Years after MPhil Courses: 18 Credits Dissertation: 36 Credits Comprehensive Examination: Subjective/Objective Basis Publication: One research publication in HEC approved Journal in Education/Social Sciences Total Credit Hours: 54 Credits

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Courses Semester-1
Code Edu 731 Edu 885 Edu 891 Edu 968 Course Title Educational Planning and Management Research Methods: Synopsis & Thesis Writing Advanced Course in Educational Statistics: Inferential Statistics Dissertation: Synopsis Development Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code Edu 789 Edu 895 Edu 770 Edu 968 Course Title Comparative Education Practical Use of Statistics in Data Analysis Educational Leadership Dissertation: Review of Related Literature Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code Edu 968 Course Title Dissertation: Chapter I, II, III with the Development of Instrument Credit Hours 15 Lecture Hours 15

Semester-4
Code Edu 968 Course Title Dissertation: Data Collection, Data Analysis and Report Writing Credit Hours 15 Lecture Hours 15

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Programs Offered

Programs
Master of Science in Applied Psychology Master of Science in Economics Master of Arts in English (Language & Literature) Master of Fine Arts

Duration
2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years

Eligibility
BA/BSc or equivalent with at least second division BA/BSc or equivalent with at least second division BA/BSc or equivalent with at least second division BA or equivalent with at least second division preferably in Fine Arts.

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Master of Science in Applied Psychology (Clinical Psychology)


Faculty
Assistant Professor Saima Ahsan, MSc Applied Psychology (Pakistan) MSc Child Psychology (University of Surrey, UK), PhD Scholar Siddiqua Amer, PhD (Psychology) Lecturer Samia Nawaz, PhD (Psychology) Asia Mushtaq, MPhil (Psychology), PhD Scholar

The purpose of the applied courses in Psychology is to introduce the students to the systematic and scientific study of behaviour. The courses include a consideration of the psychological facts, principles and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields within psychology. Students also learn about the ethics and methods used by psychologists.

Job Opportunities

Visiting Faculty

Tamkeen Ashraf, PhD (Psychology) Syeda Shamama Kazim, PhD (Psychology) Anber Younas Khan, MPhil (Psychology) Waseem Fayyaz, PhD Scholar Sadia Batool, PhD Scholar Aliya Iqbal, MSc Psychology, PGD (Psychology) Siddrah Irfan, MPhil (Psychology)

Numerous avenues are open in the job market for young graduates holding MSc Applied Psychology degrees. Some of the departments where graduates in the field of Applied Psychology are eagerly welcomed include: department of education (as Teaching Professionals and Research Associates), government and private sector establishments (as Research Officers and Fellows), armed forces and civil sector hospitals (as Clinical and Counseling Psychologists), mental health facilities (as Therapists) and NGOs (as Analysts). The graduates in this field may choose the attractive option of being self employed as consultants like physicians in the field of medicine.

Assessment

Programs Area of Specialization: Clinical Psychology


Applied Psychology is based upon a broad spectrum of contents in general psychology, with emphasis on applying established principles to the common problems of normal adjustment. Importance is given to the ways one learns to adjust to the changing physical, social, and economic environment.

Coursework, seminars, viva, assignments, presentations, examinations, and dissertation.

projects,

Scheme of Study

Duration: Courses: Reading & Conferences: Thesis: Internship / Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

4-6 Semesters 66 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 72 Credits

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Courses Semester-1
Code APSY 501 APSY 502 APSY 503 ENG 401 APSY 565 COMP 444 Course Title History & Systems of Psychology Social Psychology Psychological Testing and Measurement English for Academic Purposes Introduction to Applied Psychology Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code APSY 416 APSY 510 APSY 513 APSY 516 APSY 571 APSY 707 Course Title Basic Statistics in Psychology Psychology of Personality Introductions to Occupational and Organizational Psychology Research Methods in Psychology Introduction to Behavioural Neurosciences Gender Psychology Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code APSY 201 APSY 514 APSY 608 CPSY 610 CPSY 611 CPSY 612 Course Title Guidance & Counselling Advanced Statistic in Psychology Health Psychology Psycho-Therapeutic Techniques in Psychology (clinical models) Clinical Psychology Abnormal Psychology 3 3 3 3 Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code CPSY 620 CPSY 628 CPSY 629 CPSY 630 APSY 716 Course Title Research Methods & Data Analysis Using SPSS Clinical Practicum Hospital Visits Child Psychology Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 6

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Master of Science in Economics


Faculty
Assistant Professor Nazima Ellahi, MPhil (Economics), PhD (Scholar), Certified Productivity Specialist APO (Japan) Col. Dr. Bashir Khan, PhD (Economics) Lecturer Rabia Saghir, MPhil (Economics), PhD (Scholar) Asim Iqbal, MSc (Economics), PhD (Scholar) Sarah Ayub, MS (Economics)

Job Opportunities

Doors are wide open in the 150 developing countries of the world (including Pakistan) for those who hold MSc (Economics) degrees in the realm of public corporations, government offices, commercial banks, private businesses, NGOs, Stock Markets, CSS, Educational Institutions, Insurance Companies; besides, offers ample opportunities that await fresh graduates to join ADB, IDB, WB, IMF and a series of regional and global economics-based organizations. Propitious chances for employment within the country and abroad are innumerable.

Assessment

Coursework, seminars, viva, assignments, presentations, examinations, and dissertation.

projects,

Visiting Faculty

Syed Tahir Hussain Shah, PhD (Scholar) Mumtaz Ahmed, PhD (Scholar) Zaheer Khan, MPhil (Economics) Hamid Mehmood, MS (Finance)

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses:

Pakistan being a developing country of the 3rd millennium presents enviable opportunities for those who attain a masters degree in economics. Economic sciences enjoy a clear predominance over other social sciences just for their utility. Pursuing MSc Economics sharpens students intellectual depth. It helps to comprehend rules of economics and their practical application as a policy measure in the hands of those who analyze as thinkers and those who act in the political arena. The masters degree in Economics not only broadens a students mind to national and global realities which are related to issues of economic survival in a competitive world but it also enables the candidates to sharpen their capabilities towards a global scenario of how to produce and how to distribute national and international wealth for ensuring the wellbeing of 6.5 billion people on the Earth and help break the bondage of poverty of 191 nations of the world.

Introduction

Thesis/Project: Internship / Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

4-6 Semesters 24 Credits (22 Compulsory, 2 Optional) 06 Credits 6 weeks 72 Credits

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Courses Semester-1
Code ECO 502 ECO 505 ECO 506 STA 515 ECO 524 COMP 444 ENG 401 Course Title Mathematical Economics Microeconomics - I Macroeconomics - II Statistics Introduction to Research Methodology Basic Computer Skills English for Academic Purposes Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 NC Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 NC

Semester-2
Code ECO 510 ECO 512 ECO 514 ECO 518 ECO 542 ECO 543 Course Title Microeconomics -II Macroeconomics - II Issues in Pakistan Economy Econometrics Monetary Economics Development Economics Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code ECO 503 ECO 529 ECO 534 ECO 535 ECO 540 ECO 555 Course Title Methods & Models of Economic Dynamics International Trade (Theory & Policy) Labour Economics Agriculture Economics Public Finance Banking Law & Practice Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code ECO 536 ECO 520 ECO 554 ECO 521 ECO 547 ECO 538 Course Title Managerial Economics Applied Econometrics Islamic Economics & Banking Environment Economics Human Resource Development Project Appraisal & Management Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Optional Courses
Code ECO 523 ECO 544 ECO 545 ECO 521 ECO 546 ECO 530 ECO 531 ECO 532 ECO 537 ECO 515 ECO 522 ECO 555 Course Title International Monetary Economics Community Development & Social Work Demography & Population Studies Econometric Theory Economic Planning & Development Game Theory Growth Theory History of Economic Thought Organizational Behaviour Political Economy Seminar in Applied Economics Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6

Note: Courses can be added/replaced from the list of optional courses.

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Master of Arts in English (Language and Literature)


Faculty
Sr. Teaching Associate Hammad Mushtaq, PhD (English) Scholar, Assistant Professor Muhammad Umar Farooq, PhD (English/ Linguistics) Tanveer Zahara Bukhari, PhD (English), USA Amer Akhtar, MA (English), MA (ELT), MA TESOL (UK) Lecturer Neelum Almas, MA (English), MEd, MPhil English Amber Arshad, MA (English), BEd Munazza Makhdoom, MPhil English, PhD Scholar

program hinges upon demonstrated hard work both by the teachers and the students and is expected to produce graduates with a degree in MA English who will be the most sought after by the employers in the job market and their personal growth so positively shaped, will make them promising and productive young members of the society.

Job Opportunities

Countless opportunities await the graduates with MA English in Language and Literature degrees. Bright prospects abound for securing highly lucrative jobs in the fields of teaching at school and college levels, electronic media as Program Producers and Program Executives, in print media as Editors and Sub Editors, in government and private sector administration field as Managers, HEC and related fields as Junior Executives, in the Armed Forces of Pakistan as Education Officers and above all in the highly enticing field of Civil Central Superior Services of Pakistan (CSS) through competitive examination, among others.

Visiting Faculty Introduction

Assessment

Muhammad Akram Khan, MA (English), MA TESOL (USA)

Coursework, practical/research projects, assignments, presentations and examinations.

The MA English Language and Literature program has been designed with a firm commitment to achieve academic excellence by providing high quality education and training. A harmonious combination of English Language and Literature with an orientation to research, knit together with a strong vocational element makes the program highly structured. The teaching and learning are further reinforced by holding seminars, workshops, practical work, discussions and visits of a stream of distinguished academic scholars to enlighten the students and enrich their potentialities. All subject related concepts are clarified through student-teacher interaction and transactional process. The program also aims at providing environment that equips students with knowledge, critical thinking abilities and problem solving skills. The rigorous training through the

Scheme of Study

Duration: Courses: Thesis/Project: Internship/Practical Training: Total Credit Hours:

4-6 Semesters 66 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 72 Credits

Madiha Qureshei Studying at FUCLAS has no doubt turned out to be the most enlightening experience of my life. It helped me build my confidence and enabled me to explore my hidden talents. There is so much that I owe to my University and especially the English Department. I am proud to say that this University has given me an opportunity to utilize all my abilities to work confidently.

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Courses Semester-1
Code ENG 711 ENG 761 LNX 515 LNX 555 ENG 701 ENG 801 ENG 800 Course Title History of English Literature Classical and Modern Essays Phonetics and Phonology Sociolinguistics Research Methodology Poetry: Classical Communication Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit

Semester-2
Code LNX 521 LNX 527 ENG 844 ENG 825 ENG 830 ENG 811 ENG 450 Course Title Morphology and Syntax Semantics and Pragmatics Novel-I Drama: Classical Literary Criticism Poetry (Romantic and Modern) Academic Reading and Writing Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Non Credit

Semester-3
Code ENG 565 LNX 559 ENG 833 ENG 852 ENG 840 ENG 907 Course Title Teaching English as Second Foreign Language Psycholinguistics and Learning Theories Drama (Modern) Novel-II 20th Century Literary Theories and Practicum Stylistics and Teaching of Literature Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code ENG 575 ENG 567 ENG 569 LNX 530 ENG 900
ENG 866/888

Course Title Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) ELT Practicum Teaching of English Skills Critical Discourse Analysis World Literature in English American Literature/Thesis

Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Master of Fine Arts


Faculty
Assistant Professor Umbreen Ashraf, B-Arch (NCA, Lahore), Master (Educational Leadership & Management) (Melbourne) Asma Naveed, MSc (Computer Science), MS Scholar Lecturer Sadaf Ashraf, MFA, MMA (NCA, Lahore) Bushra Yasin, BCA Noor Fatima, BCA

Program Overview

Visiting Faculty

The MFA program is designed to develop and nurture students skills of experimentation, innovation and creativity. This is an integrated study program allowing students to benefit from diverse areas to become professionals who are well grounded in their field of study and offer the industry a fresh perspective to improve current practices in the area. The program has been specifically structured keeping in view the current status of the field in Pakistan. Interior Design and Graphic Design are the areas of specialization on offer as these are in great demand by leading industrial enterprises in advertising, design consultancy, product design, editorial design and moving image media. The scheme of study is reviewed every semester to bring it in line with the latest developments in the field, techniques and market requirements.

Zarrar Babary, Master of Fine Arts (Punjab University) Khola Atif, MFA (Fatima Jinnah Women University Islamabad) Wajeeha Shahid, B-Arch (UET, Lahore) Asma Akhtar, MFA (Fatima Jinnah Women University) Ali Hassan, BBA (Iqra University, Islamabad), PGD (Cardi Business School) Amir Azad, BSc (Government College Rawalpindi) Syeda Amna Amjad, BCA (Fatima Jinnah Women University) Leman Bulland, BCA (Fatima Jinnah Women University) Sobia Tassadduq, Master of Fine Arts (Punjab University) Sara Akhtar, B-Arch (UET, Lahore) Amber Fatima, BCA (Fatima Jinnah Women University) Arooj Zahid, Master of Fine Arts (Punjab University) Farah Tayyab, Master of Fine Arts (Punjab University) Arsala Qureshi, BFA (Fatima Jinnah Women University) Samina Jamshed, Master of Fine Arts (Punjab University) Samreen Zahra, BFA (Doha, Qatar) Muhammad Musa Zia, B-Arch (UET, Lahore)

(i)

This major is designed to provide students opportunities of academic preparation to prepare them for the profession of Interior Design. This program is focused on developing design judgment and awareness of complex factors that determine the appropriateness and success of a finished design. The teaching emphasis is on the development of inclusive approach among graduates which is focused on both technical knowledge and creative skills for improving the quality of life in built environments.

Interior Design

(ii)

The Graphic Design major helps students to comprehensively explore all aspects of the complex field of graphic communication and to develop a personal creative vision. Students are equipped with current graphic design theories and practices and research into aesthetic and communicative processes. Graduates are also trained in both the traditional and computational skills of presentation. Students are expected to develop promotional campaigns, logos and visual identities, multi-media/interactive projects, posters and web designs.

Graphic Design

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Learning Facilities
Students are provided with Fine Arts studio equipped with drafting boards and the College has computer labs which have a number of latest computers accessible to all students. The emphasis is on allowing students to work as independent learners. The computer areas are open for over 40 hours a week including some weekends. Latest software is available to enable advanced graphic designing. Students are expected to engage in independent practical work to improve their artistic and technical skills. They are also required to work extensively towards developing design portfolios and are also expected to work with the industry to maintain relevance of their skills in the field. Internships are an integral part of training and education at FUCLAS, ensuring effective job placement for students at the end of the course of studies.

Job Opportunities

Graduates are prepared for a wide range of careers in the industry such as advertising, interactive design, web design, game development and animation. Interior Designers can pursue their careers as entrepreneurs or may join architectural and interior design firms or work at educational institutes as academicians. Graduates may also further specialize into specific areas like Retail Design, Hospitality Design and Product Design.

Teaching Method and Assessment

Coursework, quizzes, examinations, thesis, computer/ studio projects, group projects, market surveys/sample boards, site analysis, presentations / juries, exhibitions and reports.

Scheme of Study
Duration: Courses: Thesis: Internship: Total Credit Hours:

4-6 Semesters 66 Credits 06 Credits 06 Weeks 72 Credits

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MA (Fine Arts) - Graphic Design


Semester-1
Code COMP 444 FA 501 FA 605 FA 511 FA 510 FA 607 FA 507 FA 500 Course Title Basic Computer Skills Drawing-I History of Eastern Arts-I Computer Graphic-I Graphic Design History of Western Arts-I Photography-I Basic Drawing Credit Hours Non Credit 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 Lecture Hours Non Credit 6 2 3 3 2 3 2

Semester-2
Code ENG 401 FA 502 FA 606 FA 511 FA 610 FA 508 FA 514 FA 611 Course Title English for Academic Purposes Drawing II History of Eastern Art- II Computer Graphic-I History of Western Art-II Photography-II Typography Marketing Credit Hours Non Credit 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 Lecture Hours Non Credit 6 2 3 2 3 3 2

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Semester-3
Code FA 600 FA 503 FA 612 FA 521 FA 530 FA 512 Course Title Research Methodology/Report Writing Drawing-III Campaign Development Digital Video Tools Web Design-I Computer Graphics-II Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 6 3 3 3 3

Semester-4
Code FA 504 FA 540 FA FA 614 FA 700 Course Title Drawing-IV Web Design-II Content Writing Final Project Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 6 3 3 3 6

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MA (Fine Arts) - Interior Design


Semester-1
Code COMP 444 FA 501 FA 605 FA 560 FA 650 FA 660 FA 607 FA 500 Course Title Basic Computer Skills Drawing-I History of Eastern Arts-I Drafting-I Interior Design-I Digital Design & Spatial Representation-I History of Western Arts-I Basic Drawing Credit Hours Non Credit 3 2 3 3 3 2 2 Lecture Hours Non Credit 6 2 3 3 3 2 2

Semester-2
Code ENG 401 FA 502 FA 561 FA 661 FA 552 FA 580 FA 606 FA 608 Course Title English for Academic Purposes Drawing-II Drafting-II Digital Design & Spatial Representation-II Interior Design-II Material & Fabrication History of Eastern Art-II History of Western Art-II Credit Hours Non Credit 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 Lecture Hours Non Credit 6 3 3 3 2 2 2

Semester-3
Code FA 507 FA 600 FA 503 FA 652 Course Title Photography Research Methodology/Report Writing Drawing-III Interior Design-III Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 6 3

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FA 584 FA 662 Building Services Digital Design & Spatial Representation-III 3 3 3 3

Semester-4
Code FA 504 FA 585 FA 670 FA 614 FA 700 Course Title Drawing-IV Land Scaping Professional Practice Final Project Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 6 3 3 3 6

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Undergraduate Studies
Programs Offered Programs
BA/BSc (Honors): 4 Years Integrated Program

Duration
4 Years/8 Semesters (Full-Time) Credit Hours: 130

Eligibility
FA/FSc or equivalent with at least second division shall be eligible to apply for admission.

Faculty
Assistant Professor Asma Naveed, MSc (Computer Science), MS Scholar Coordinator Abdul Qayyum Bhatti, MSc (Physics) Lecturer Hina Shahid, MA English, MPhil (International Relations) Scholar Abdul Waheed, MBA, MS (Finance) Sadaf Ashraf, MFA, MMA (NCA, Lahore) Bushra Yasin, BCA Noor Fatima, BCA Munaza Makhdoom, MPhil English, PhD Scholar Nadira Khanum, MS (Mass Communication)

Sadia Saeed, MBA (Finance) Amna Arshad, MPhil (Mathematics) Amna Haleem, MBA Amla Rasheed, MBA Zara Amrish, MS (Mass Communication) Durr-e-Shehwar, MSc (Mass Communication) Maria Khalid, MSc (Mass Communication) Tariq Mehmood, MS (Mass Communication) Waqas Minhas, MSc (Mass Communication) Qasim Mehmood, MS (Mass Communication) Nadia Ghaffar, MA (English) Samina Pervaiz, MSc (Psychology) Shazia Yousaf, MPhil (Psychology) Irum Hayat, MPhil (Psychology)

Visiting Faculty

Ahsan-ur-Rehman, PhD (Central Asian Studies) Lubna Sunawar, MPhil (American Studies), MSc (Pak Studies) Faiza Nadeem, MEd, MA Islamic Studies Zarar Babri, Master of Fine Arts Sajjad Gul, BA (Hons) Communication Design Muhammad Zeshan Muzaffar, MS(EE) Anam Akram, BCA Erum Afzal, BCA

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BS/BA (Honors)
Introduction
The courses of study are specifically designed for students who wish to pursue higher degrees in the given subject areas. The course work provides a thorough training with a unique blend of academic knowledge, technical knowhow, job specific skills and work experience, while providing opportunities for students to follow their particular interests. The significant feature of the course work is that it is focused on industry-based training and research. Course leaders are practitioners having up-to-date knowledge and relevant skills to help students develop skills required by the job market. Moreover, the combination of internship program, community work and industry-linked courses would give the students of Foundation University an edge over graduates of other universities.

(ii)

The curriculum design and delivery modes of the Program of four years Degree (Honors) at FUCLAS are comparable at national and international levels. A student who obtains a degree under this program will have no difficulty in pursuing higher education abroad. The credits obtained under this system will be transferable to all accredited universities offering a similar degree, whether in Pakistan or abroad.

Benefits

(iii)

An Honors Bachelor Degree will be awarded to students on successful completion of the four-year program of studies. It will be equivalent to the current Masters degree in Pakistan.

Equivalence

BS/BA (Honors) Majors

Salient Features (i)


The four-year integrated curriculum on the one hand will give a much wider and general exposure to the students; and on the other, will ensure far greater depth of understanding in the main area of study. At the end of four years of education, the students will not only have a sound knowledge of the subject but will also be able to think for themselves. The aim is to have a broad-based and integrated curriculum, and courses that should foster critical and moral reasoning, effective communication, and self-directed life-long learning. Such enrichment will encourage good citizenship, adaptability, and innovation, thereby facilitating the continuous renewal of economic and social structures relevant to a world that is rapidly changing. There will be emphasis on providing a broad-based education within which the specialized courses would become more effective and socially relevant. The aim is that, on graduation, the individual should have a well-rounded education, along with depth of knowledge in the chosen subject.

Curriculum Design

At present the following undergraduate majors are being offered: Multimedia Arts/Computer Arts English Language and Literature Banking & Finance Mass Communication Psychology Economics * The major discipline will be offered with the registration of at least ten number of students.

Multimedia Arts/Computer Arts

The subject is intended to develop students as artists in digital art forms with advanced problem solving skills and critical awareness strengthened by skillful technical abilities. The new media industries depend upon creative skills. The course work is therefore likely to help students explore the technological, philosophical and cultural relationships between computer art, its creators and users. Creative thinking, 2D and 3D visual studies, interactive design, audio technology, animation, videography and narrative structure are recurrent topics throughout the course. Traditional art skills are also valued and students will be encouraged to

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research and experiment with traditional techniques in the development of digital artwork. Essential software expertise in presentation and artwork along with strong interpersonal skills are also emphasized. reading and writing abilities necessary for anyone wishing to move with ease in modern society. The major in English provides an opportunity for students with exceptional academic ability and interest in English to devote extensive time and effort to a research project, or in the case of a creative writing specialisation, a creative writing project.

Job Opportunities

Job opportunities for Computer Arts graduates exist in the following sectors: Games and electronic entertainment Communications technologies Music Web design and internet services E-learning and e-business Digital media Film, TV Animation, advertising and publishing Typical job titles include animator, modeller, compositor, effects artist, lead designer, interface designer, web designer, webmaster, creative director, sound designer, and sound editor.

Job Opportunities

The major in English provides a basis for secondary school teaching, journalism, and can also help in securing jobs in a variety of professional careers where skills in the English language are necessary.

Banking & Finance

Courses of BA (Hons) with major in Banking & Finance have been introduced to familiarise students with various aspects of business and commerce. The course aims inculcating skills and knowledge of key concepts in businesses and applying the concepts of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing.

English Language and Literature

Job Opportunities

The study of language and literature forms the core of liberal arts education. This major provides not only an understanding of the rich national and international literary heritage, but also offers an opportunity to develop advanced

Job opportunities for commerce graduates exist in a variety of sectors including banks, national and multinational finance organisations, private business, marketing and most of industrial organisations.

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This course not only acquaints the students with theories of mass communication but also provides them hands-on knowledge of practical journalism. The main objective of the course is to enable students to learn about theories and practice of journalism. Topics like Editing, Advertising, PRO, Disaster Reporting and Online Journalism. Theories of Mass Communication are also taught to help students improve their skills.

Economics

Job Opportunities

It is comparatively a more dynamic and sensitive discipline, which absorbs the ever-growing knowledge and adapts itself according to the changing social, economic and political circumstances. The field provides the graduates a bright career in print media, broadcast media including radio and television production, Internet or online journalism, and in the field of film production and advertising.

BS Economics is a four year programme. The contents of this course have been developed by a committee of experts in Economics which met under the auspices of HEC, in April 2007. The committee developed standardized BS Economics degree programme in the country to bring the national curriculum at par with international standards plus to fulfill the needs of local industries. It also aimed to give basic, broad based knowledge to the students to ensure the quality of education. This four year programme will require the completion of 130 credit hours 60.5% of curriculum consists of economics and 36.5% consist of compulsory courses and general courses offered through other departments. The main objectives of the programme are: To provide our students with sound theoretical and applied knowledge of economics. To provide solid background in economics for the development of intellectual faculties of our students. It will develop an ability in our students to become independent researchers and learners in economics.

Psychology

Psychology is a discipline of Applied Sciences which focuses on unified as well as diversified aspects of human personality. It aims at studying the individual in the broader yet dynamic, social, cultural, and indigenised perspective. Psychology aims to introduce empirically established scientific methods and principles to effective practical understanding. The course also includes a consideration of the psychological facts, principles and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields within psychology.

Job Opportunities

Since this is a four year full fledged degree in economics, therefore, there are tremendous opportunities for the holders including: Teaching jobs at college level Jobs in private and publics sectors institutions including federal / provisional bureaucracy, NGOs (local /foreign) Jobs in financial institutions and markets including banks (state / public / private), stock markets. Job at various national and multinational business organizations including PTCL, PTC, P&G, ICI etc. Jobs at various multinational organizations including IMF, World Bank, UNDP, UNESCO, WFO etc.

Job Opportunities

Graduates in the field of Applied Psychology may continue their studies at a higher level and join Department of Psychology of Institutions/University (as teaching and research assistants). They may also assist Psychologists in hospitals for patient counselling.

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Multimedia Arts/ Computer Arts


Semester-1
Code COMP 132 DRG 130 CA 111 CA 101 IST 101 CA 129 Eng 101 Course Title Basic Computer Skills Drawing-I History of Eastern Arts-I Basic Design Islamic Studies Basic Drawing English-I Credit Hours 3 3 2 3 3 NC 3 Lecture Hours 3 6 2 6 3 NC 3

Semester-2
Code DRG 230 ENG 201 PST 101 COMP 232 CA 311 CA 132 CA 335 Course Title Drawing-II English-II Pakistan Studies Basic Computer Softwares History of Eastern Arts-II Graphic Design Drafting Credit Hours 3 3 3 NC 2 3 3 Lecture Hours 6 3 3 NC 2 3 6

Semester-3
Code DRG 330 COM 101 CA 123 CA 109 CA 134 CA 311 CA 132 Course Title Drawing-III Communications Skills Computer Graphics-I Photography-I Basic Animation-I History of Western Arts-I Intro to Programming C Credit Hours 3 2 3 3 3 2 2 Lecture Hours 6 2 3 6 3 2 2

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Semester-4
Code CA 430 CA 209 CV 432 CA 411 CA 236 CA 399 CA 323 Course Title Drawing-IV Photography-II Data Base Management History of Western Arts -II Computer Graphics-II Content Writing Web Design-I (Adobe Photoshop/Dream Weaver) Credit Hours 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 Lecture Hours 6 6 2 2 3 2 3

Semester-5 (Major in Graphics)


Code ADRG 530 CA 370 CA 236 CA 400 CA 423 CA 328 Code ADRG 530 CA 434 CA 334 CA 234 CA 400 CA 423 Course Title Drawing-V Typography Campaign Development-I Illustration Web Design-II Media Studies Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 6 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 6 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5 (Major in Animation)


Course Title Drawing-V Character Building Animation-III (Flash / Toom Boom) Intro to 3D Animation-I Illustration Web Design-II 3 3 3 Credit Hours 3 3 3

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Semester-6 (Major in Graphics)
Code ADRG 630 CA 261 CA 436 ENG 401 CA 233 CA 309 Course Title Drawing-VI Creative Writing Campaign Development-II Research Methodology Desktop Publishing Video Production & Video Digital Tools Credit Hours 3 2 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 6 2 3 3 3 3

Semester-6 (Major in Animation)


Code ADRG 630 CA 134 ENG 401 CA 434 CA 309 CA 244 Course Title Drawing-VI Idea Development and Script writing Research Methodology Animation IV (Flash/Toom Boom) Video Production & Video Digital Tools Intro to 3D Animation-II Credit Hours 3 2 2 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 6 2 2 3 3 3

Semester-7 (Major in Graphics)


Code CA 331 CA 437 CA 410 CA 439 CA 475 CA 471 Course Title Principles in Marketing Final Project-I (Graphics) Advance Advertising Composting & Effects Product Design Art of Calligraphy Credit Hours 2 3 3 3 3 2 Lecture Hours 2 3 3 3 3 2

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Semester-7 (Major in Animation)
Code CA 331 CA 437 CA 334 CA 439 CAA 534 CA 163 Course Title Principles in Marketing Final Project-I (Animation) 3D Animation-III Composting & Effects Animation-V Animation Concepts Credit Hours 2 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 2 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-8 (Graphics/Animation)
Code CA 537 CA 500 Course Title Final Project-II Thesis Credit Hours 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 6

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English Language & Literature


Semester-1
Code ENG 101 IST 101 ENG 307 PHY 105 PSY 106 COMP 133 Course Title English-I Islamic Studies English Literature-I Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Psychology Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code ENG 201 COMP 232 ENG 309 PKS 102 PSY 206 Course Title English-II Introduction to Computers English Literature-II Pakistan Studies Psychology-II Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code DST 103 BCO 304 IRL 123 ECO 005 PSY 306 ENG 311 Course Title Development Studies Business Communication Introduction to International Relations Micro Economics Psychology-III English Literature-III Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code MCO 101 MAT 306 CA 110 ECO 105 MGT 101 ENG 313 Course Title Mass Communication Business Mathematics History of Cultures Macro Economics Principles of Management English Literature-IV Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5
Code ENG 301 ENG 303 LNX 301 LNX 303 LNX 351 ENG 407 Course Title Introduction to the Study of Literature English Literary Movements Basic Linguistics History of the English Language English Sound System Poetry-I Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-6
Code ENG 419 ENG 425 LNX 355 LNX 357 ENG 410 ENG 413 Course Title Drama-I Prose-I Basic Concepts of Morphology English Syntax Poetry-II Novel-I Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-7
Code ENG 422 LNX 315 LNX 359 ENG 428 ENG 434 ENG 431 Course Title Drama-II Learning Theories Language and Society Prose-II American Literature Literary Criticism Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-8
Code ENG 416 ENG 437 LNX 311 LNX 401 LNX 403 ENG 440 Course Title Novel-II ELT L1 Acquisition Semantics Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis Research Project Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Banking & Finance


Semester-1
Code ENG 101 IST 101 IRL 123 PHY 105 PSY 106 COMP 132 Course Title English-I Islamic Studies Introduction to International Relations Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Psychology Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code ECO 105 BCO 304 ENG 201 PKS 101 BNK 101 ACC 107 Course Title Micro Economics Business Communication English-II Pakistan Studies Introduction to Banking Principles of Accounting-I Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code ECO 205 BNK 202 ECO 107 MAT 306 DST 103 ACC 207 Course Title Macro Economics Banking Law & Practice Economy of Pakistan Business Mathematics Development Studies Principles of Accounting-II Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code ACC 307 BNK 205 ECO 301 MGT 201 BNK 206 Course Title Cost Accounting Banking in Pakistan Economic Development Financial Management Commercial Banks Management Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5
Code BNK 305 ECO 106 MGT 302 BNK 206 MGT 101 ECO 206 Course Title Global Banking/International Banking Managerial Economics Organisational Behaviour Income Taxation Principles of Management Mathematical Economics Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-6
Code STA 316 ACC 397 ECO 305 ACC 4O1 MGT 407 ACC 407 Course Title Statistics-I Islamic Banking Monetary Economics Managerial Accounting Strategic Management Advanced Cost & Management Accounting Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-7
Code COMP 202 ECO 406 BNK 402 ECO 401 BNK 410 STA 416 Course Title Application of Computer in Business Agricultural Economics Analysis of Financial Statement Economic Planning Public Finance Statistics-II Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-8
Code MGT 402 ENG 400 BF 600 Course Title Capital Management Research Report Writing Project/Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 6

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Mass Communication
Semester-1
Code ENG 101 IST 101 PHO 109 PHY 105 PSY 106 COMP 132 Course Title English-I Islamic Studies Photography Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Psychology Basic Computer Skills Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code PKS 102 MAT 306 CA 123 MCO 101 DST 130 ENG 201 Course Title Pakistan Studies Business Mathematics Computer Graphics Introduction to Mass Communication Development Studies English-II Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code IRL 123 MCO 102 MCO 103 MCO 104 MCO 105 Course Title Introduction to International Relations Mass Media Development Journalistic Writing-I Functional Urdu Books, Magazine & Newspaper Reading Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code MCO 203 MCO 206 MCO 207 MCO 208 MGT 307 MCO 308 Course Title Journalistic Writing-II Contemporary Mass Media Advertising & Public Relation Business Communication Organizational Behaviour Report Writing Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5
Code MCO 301 MCO 302 MCO 303 MCO 304 MCO 305 CA 110 Course Title Mass Writing and Reporting Broadcast Journalism Online Journalism Mass Media in Pakistan Theories of Communication-I History of Cultures Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-6
Code MCO 306 MCO 401 MCO 409 MCO 408 MCO 411 Course Title Theories of Communication-II Public Relations Sub Editing & Page Designing (Theory & Practical) Feature, Column & Editorial Writing National & International Affairs Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-7
Code MCO 412 MCO 413 MCO 414 MCO 415 MCO 416 MCO 417 Course Title Research Methodology in Communication Development Communication Advance Reporting Media Ethics & Laws Print Media Electronic Media Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-8
Code MCO 418 MCO 419 MCO 600 Course Title Media Management & Marketing Specialised Journalism (Health, Education, Economics) Project/Thesis Professional Internship Credit Hours 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 6

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Psychology
Semester-1
Code ENG 101 IST 101 PSY 106 IRL 123 COMP 132 PHY 105 Course Title English-I Islamic Studies Introduction to Applied Psychology Introduction to IR Basic Computer Skills Introduction to Philosophy Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code ENG 201 PST 102 MAT 306 PSY 109 POL 110 MCO 208 Course Title English Compulsory-II Pakistan Studies Mathematics-I Educational Psychology Political Science National and International Affairs Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code COM 101 PSY 306 PSY 112 MAT 406 PSY 107 Course Title Communication Skills Cognitive Psychology Positive Psychology Mathematics-II Mental Health and Psychology-I Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code DST 130 PSY MGT 101 ANTH 123 MCO 300 Course Title Development Studies Mental Health and Psychology-II Introduction to Principle of Management Anthropology International Terrorism Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5
Code APSY 501 APSY 502 APSY 503 ENG 404 APSY Course Title History & System of Psychology Social Psychology Psychological Testing & Measurement-I English for Academic Purposes (Eng-IV) Experimental Psychology Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-6
Code APSY 416 APSY 510 APSY 503 APSY 516 APSY 571 CPSY 707 Course Title Basic Statistics in Psychology Psychology of Personality Psychological Testing & Measurement-II Research Methods in Psychology-I Intro to Behavioural Neuro Sciences Gender Psychology Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-7
Code APSY 201 APSY 514 APSY 608 CPSY 610 CPSY 611 CPSY 612 Course Title Guidance & Counselling Advance Statistics In Psychology Health Psychology Psycho-Therapeutic Techniques in Psy (Clinical Models) Clinical Psychology Abnormal Psychology 3 3 3 3 Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3

Semester-8
Code CPSY 620 CPSY 628 CPSY 629 CPSY 630 APSY 716 Course Title Research Methods & Data Analysis Using SPSS Clinical Practicum Hospital Visits Child Psychology Thesis Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 6 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 6

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Economics
Semester-1
Code ECON 101 ECON 102 ECON 103 ECON 104 ECON 105 ECON 106 Course Title English-I Principle of Micro Economics Islamic Studies Mathematics-I Computer Application Optional (Non-Economic) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-2
Code ECON 107 ECON 108 ECON 109 ECON 110 ECON 111 ECON 112 Course Title English-II Pakistan Studies Principle of Macro Economics Mathematics-II Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-3
Code ECON-201 ECON-202 ECON-203 ECON-204 ECON-205 ECON-206 Course Title English-III Intermediate Micro Economics Development Economics Statistics-I Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-4
Code ECON-207 ECON-208 ECON-209 ECON-210 ECON-211 ECON-212 Course Title English-IV Intermediate Macro Economics Statistics-II Agriculture Economics Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-5
Code ECON-301 ECON-302 ECON-303 ECON-304 ECON-305 ECON-306 Course Title Micro Economics Econometrics Mathematical Economics Optional (Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-6
Code ECON-307 ECON-308 ECON-309 ECON-310 ECON-311 Course Title Macro Economics Econometrics-II Mathematical Economics-II Optional (Economics) Optional (Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester-7
Code ECON-401 ECON-402 ECON-403 ECON-404 ECON-405 Course Title International Trade Theory Research Methodology Public Finance History of Economics Thoughts Optional (Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3 3

Semester-8
Code ECON-406 ECON-407 ECON-408 ECON-409 Course Title Applied Economics Islamic Economics Research Paper Optional (Economics) Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 Lecture Hours 3 3 3 3

List of Elective Courses (Optional)


001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016

General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics Human Resource Development Labor Economics Population Economics Comparative Economic System Project Appraisal and Investment Analysis Major Issues in Pakistan Economy Environmental Economics Operation Research Dynamic Macro Economics Monetary Economics Monetary Policy Fiscal Policy Rural Development International Trade Policy International Finance

017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031

Development Policy Institutional Economics Financial Institution and Market Game Theory Managerial Economics Political Economy Industrial Economics Transport Economics Health Economics Resource Economics Experimental Economics Urban Economics Regional Economics Topics in Marketing Poverty Alleviation

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Useful Contacts

Foundation University Administration


President Lt. Gen. Muhammad Mustafa Khan, HI(M), (Retd) MD Fauji Foundation Phone: (+92) 051-5951701-2 Rector Phone: (+92) 051-5788328 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: rector@fui.edu.pk Director Maj. Gen. Gul Muhammad, HI(M), (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5951804 Fax: (+92) 051-5951710 E-mail: director@fui.edu.pk Registrar Air Cdre Tanwir ul Islam, SI(M), (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788378 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: registrar@fui.edu.pk Deputy Registrar-I Lt. Col. Muhammad Alam, TI(M), (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 107 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: dy.registrar@fui.edu.pk Deputy Registrar-II Lt. Col. Javed Akhtar Raja (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 108 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: dr2@fui.edu.pk

Controller of Examinations Lt. Col. Qamar uz Zaman (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 113 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: ce@fui.edu.pk Deputy Controller of Examinations Maj. Abdul Quddus Qureshi (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 114 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: dce@fui.edu.pk Administrator Lt. Col. Qamar uz Zaman (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788477 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: admr@fui.edu.pk General Manager Finance Mr. Mazhar-ul-Haq Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 119 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: gmf@fui.edu.pk Deputy Manager Coordination Maj. Kausar Ahmed Khawaja (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5951821 Ext 1736 Fax: (+92) 051-5951710 E-mail: dmc@fui.edu.pk Public Relations Officer Mr. Naeem Khaliqdad Phone: (+92) 051-5788446, 5788450 Ext 105 Fax: (+92) 051-5788633 E-mail: pro@fui.edu.pk

Foundation University Institute of Engineering & Management Sciences


Director Prof. Dr. Aftab Ahmad Phone: (+92) 051-5151431 Fax: (+92) 051-5151433 E-mail: aftab_ff@hotmail.com Manager Student Affairs Lt. Col. Nousherwan Janjua, TBt, (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5151435 Fax: (+92) 051-5151433 E-mail: info@fui.edu.pk Manager Administration Lt. Col. Zaheer-ud-din Omer (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5151434 Fax: (+92) 051-5151433 E-mail: madam_fuimcs@fui.edu.pk

Administrator Brig. Gulraze Sultan Lodhi (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788652 Fax: (+92) 051-5788582 E-mail: admr_fumc@fui.edu.pk Manager Student Affairs Lt. Col. Jubran Afzal, TI(M), (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788171 Ext 205 Fax: (+92) 051-5788582 E-mail: msa_fumc@fui.edu.pk Manager Administration Lt. Col. Shafqat Ahmed Nazar, (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788171 Ext 203 Fax: (+92) 051-5788582 E-mail: madm_fumc@fui.edu.pk

Foundation University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


Principal Dr. Muhammad Maqsud Alam Bukhari Phone: (+92) 051-5897318 Fax: (+92) 051-5151950 E-mail: p_fuclas@fui.edu.pk Assistant Manager Student Affairs Ms. Shamim Akhtar Phone: (+92) 051-5812346,5151948-9 Fax: (+92) 051-5151950 E-mail: amsa_fuclas@gmail.com Assistant Manager Administration Maj. M. Khurshid Anwar Bhalli (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5151948-9 Fax: (+92) 051-5151950

Foundation University Medical College


Principal Maj. Gen. Dr. Nasim-ul-Majeed, HI(M), (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5789252 Fax: (+92) 051-5788582 E-mail: pfumc@fui.edu.pk Director Academics Brig. Dr. Saadat Ali Khan (Retd) Phone: (+92) 051-5788171 Ext 104 Fax: (+92) 051-5788582 E-mail: dos_fumc@fui.edu.pk

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Discipline
The students are required to abide by the rules and regulations of the University. The University expects absolute integrity and honesty from its students concerning their day to day life in the Institution. Unethical behavior during examinations or elsewhere may result in removal from the Institution rolls. Other reasons could be of giving false evidence, stealing, and wilful destruction of institute/colleges equipment, furnishings or property, physical violence against other students/faculty members/staff, use of intoxicants, possession and use of arms/ammo in the institution/hostel, organizing or participating in protests, civil disturbance and non payment of fees/dues. Prolonged absence from academic activities without permission is also a cause of removal from the institute/colleges roll.

Prospectus Committee
Air Cdre Tanwir ul Islam, SI(M), (Retd)
Registrar

Lt. Col. Muhammad Alam, TI(M), (Retd)


Deputy Registrar (Academics)

Mr. Naeem Khaliqdad


Public Relations Officer

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