BS Pakistan Studies

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
English-I3
Pakistan Studies3
Mathematics I3
Muslim Struggle for Pakistan (1857 – 1947)3
Geography of Pakistan3
Science-I3
Total18

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hours
English-II3
Computer Application3
Statistics3
Introduction to Law3
Political History of Pakistan (1947-to date)3
Introduction to Economics3
Total18

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hours
English-III3
Introduction to Psychology3
History of Civilization3
Economic Development of Pakistan3
Pakistan Foreign Policy3
Pakistani Society and Culture3
Total18

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
English IV3
Pakistan Language and Literature3
Introduction to Geography3
Everyday Science3
Mass Media and Communication in Pakistan3
Social Change and Development in Pakistan3
Total18

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Human Rights in Pakistan3
Principles of Sociology in Pakistan3
Ancient Civilization: Mehargarh, Indus Valley and Gandhara Civilization3
Structure and Function of Social Institutions3
(Family, Education, Religion) Research Methodology4
Total16

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Seminar on an issue of national importance3
Constitutional and Political Developments in Pakistan (1973 to date)3
Cultural Heritage: (Music, Calligraphy,3
Architecture, Fork Tales, Painting, Art and Craft)3
Environment Problems of Pakistan3
Pakistan Relations with USA3
Total18

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Legal System of Pakistan (Civil and Criminal)3
Social Theories (Conflict, Functionalist, Post-Modernist, Interactions) and their Application in Pakistan3
Geo Politics of Pakistan3
Pakistan National Securty (External and Internal Dimensions)3
Polical Parties and Pressure Groups in Pakistan3
Total15

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Issues of Pakistan Economy Social Issues in Pakistan (Child, Fored Labor, Illiteracy, Corruption, Drug Addiction, Wani (Swera), Karo-kari and Honor Killing)3
Women Empowerment in Pakistan3
Research Project6
Total12

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