BS Public Policy & Governance

Superior’s Bachelor of Public Policy program gives students a thorough understanding of the rationales behind public policy decisions and the far-reaching outcomes of government interventions and the influence of the non-profit sector. The curriculum is mapped on CSS / PMS subjects. Hence, the students have the chance to secure their future by obtaining a BS level degree along with 100% preparation for CSS / PMS exams. The curriculum equips the students with the desired skillset and the understanding of the theoretical frameworks to collect and analyze economic, demographic, and social data, evaluate public policies and programs, and contribute to policy design, advocacy, and communication.

Intermediate or Equivalent

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hours
English - I3
Pakistan Studies2
Political Sciences3
Basic Mathematics3
Introduction to Government & Politics3
Law & Public Policy3

Semester 2

English - II3
Islamic Studies2
Principles of Economics3
Individual, Society and State3
Environmental Policy & Sustainable
Development Management
Introduction to Statistical Inference3

Semester 3

English - III3
Introduction to Computer3
Political Economy of Pakistan3
Public Sector Economics3
Institutional Context of Public Policy3

Semester 4

Introduction to Public Policy3
English - IV3
International Trade & Finance3
Community Service3
Development & Public Policy3

Semester 5

CourseCredit Hours
Public Policy Process3
Government & Politics: Concepts &
Personnel Administration3
Socio-Cultural dynamics of Pakistan and
Microeconomics in Public Policy3

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Macroeconomics in Public Policy3
Research Methodology - I3
Policy Formulation & Implementation3
Perspective on Public Administration3
Non-Profit (NGO/NPO) Governance3

Semester 7

CourseCredit Hours
Quantitative Analysis3
Research Methodology - II
Comparative Public Policy3
Policy Analysis3
Final Year Project - I3

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hours
Final Year Project - II3
Globalization & Economic Development3
Macroeconomics - Fiscal/Monetary
The Political Economy of Poverty &
Social Issues & Public Policy3

To accommodate modern trends, Institute may reserve the right to change course requirements, fees, course classifications, course contents, class schedules, venues, faculty and the like, whenever it deems appropriate