The BS Economics program is designed to produce graduates with a very sound knowledge of economic theory and applied economics. The thrust of the course is on four core areas: Business Economics, Development Economics, Environmental Economics and Mathematical Economics. The core courses of Mathematics and Statistics are included to familiarize the students with quantitative methods used in economics. Alongside economic courses that comprise approximately three quarters of the study time, students are required to study courses drawn from a range of other related disciplines of social sciences. The courses are designed with clear objectives keeping in view the latest trends and requirements of Higher Education Commission. Each course is of 3 credits and a compulsory project report of 6 credit hours in the 8th semester.