April 13, 2024


Department of Computer Science and Engineering


Computer Science & Engineering Syllabus

Bachelor of computer Science and Engineering:

First Year First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 1101Computer Fundamentals and Applications3
CSE 1102Structured of Computer Programming using C3
CSE 1103Physics-I2
CSE 1104Mathematics-13
CSE 1105English Language Course2
CSE 1106Principles of Accounting and Management2
CSE 1107Bangladesh Studies (GED Course)>1
CSE 1108Lab-1: based on CSE 11011
CSE 1109Lab-1: based on CSE 11022
CSE 1110Lab-2: based on CSE 11031
 Total Credits20
First Year Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 1201Basic Electrical Engineering3
CSE 1202Data Structure3
CSE 1203Computer Programming with C++3
CSE 1204Physics-II2
CSE 1205Mathematics-II3
CSE 1206Professional ethics of computing2
CSE 1207Lab-1: based on CSE 12011
CSE 1208Lab-2: based on CSE 12021
CSE 1209Lab-3: based on CSE 12032
CSE 1210Lab-4 based on CSE 12041
 Total Credits21
Second Year First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 2101Digital Logic Design3
CSE 2102Discrete Mathematics3
CSE 2103Basic Electronics3
CSE 2104Computer Programming with JAVA3
CSE 2105Mathematics-III3
CSE 2106Statistics3
CSE 2107Lab-1: based on CSE 21011
CSE 2108Lab-2: based on CSE 21031
CSE 2109Lab-3: based on CSE 21042
 Total Credits22
Second Year Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 2201Computer Algorithms3
CSE 2202Internet Concept & Web database Programming3
CSE 2203Numerical Analysis3
CSE 2204Computer Architecture3
CSE 2205Mathematics -IV3
CSE 2206Lab-1:based on CSE 2201.1
CSE 2207Lab-2:based on CSE 22022
CSE 2208Lab-3: based on CSE 22031
 Total Credits19
Third Year First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 3101Database Systems3
CSE 3102Data Communication3
CSE 3103Operating Systems3
CSE 3104Microprocessor and Assembly Language.3
CSE 3105System Analysis and Design3
CSE 3106Lab-1:based on CSE 31012
CSE 3107Lab-2: based on CSE 31031
CSE 3108Lab-3:based on CSE 31042
CSE 3109Software Development Project -1 (Live project)2
 Total Credits22
Third Year Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 3201Computer Networks3
CSE 3202Theory of Computing2
CSE 3203Introduction to compilers3
CSE 3204Computer Modeling and Simulation3
CSE 3205Computer Peripheral and Interfacing3
CSE 3206Software Engineering3
CSE 3207Lab-l:based on CSE 32011
CSE 3208Lab-2:based on CSE 32051
CSE 3209Software Development Project-2 (Live project)2
 Total Credits21
Fourth Year First Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 4001Project1
CSE 4102Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks3
CSE 4103Artificial Intelligence3
CSE 4104Telecommunication Engineering3
CSE 4105Digital System Design3
CSE 4106Cryptography and network security3
CSE 4107Lab-1: based on CSE 41021
CSE 4108Lab-2: based on CSE 41031
CSE 4109Lab-3: based on CSE 41041
CSE 4110Lab-3: based on CSE 41051
 Total Credits20
Fourth Year Second Semester
Course CodeCourse NameCredits
CSE 4001Project3
CSE 4202Computer Graphics3
CSE 4203Digital signal processing3
CSE 4204Elective-13
CSE 4206Industrial Training2
CSE 4207Lab-1: based on CSE 42021
 Total Credits15
Department of English
Department of English
Introduction to the Program
At  BGCTUB, the BA (Honors) and MA programs offer a unique blend of literature in English and applied linguistics. They represent, on the one hand, a broad sampling of British, American, and world literature written in English; on the other, developments in linguistics and language teaching that provide the opportunity to learn the use and evaluation of current classroom techniques for the teaching of English. Extensive reading and writing, along with discussion and presentation skills are required in virtually all the courses offered by the department. The focus on critical reading and analytic reasoning and lucid writing is central to the mission of the department.
The department may be proud of a pool of experienced and learned faculty members with orientation to innovative teaching, research and  sincere counselling. The department runs a Debating Club, Drama and Cultural Club and Press and Creative Writing Club. These clubs organize a full-range of co-academic and social events throughout the year.
The program is committed to advancing knowledge, creativity and ethical values by nurturing a community of students, scholars, teachers, and creative writers. 
To foster students’ reading skills through extensive study of literary texts.
To develop students’ logical, creative, and critical thinking skills through application of methods of analysis to the interpretation of literary texts.
To enhance students’ writing skills through instruction and practice in analytical, practical, and creative approaches to writing.
To increase students’ knowledge of the structure and history of the English language.
To increase students’ awareness and appreciation of the aesthetic aspects of language and of literary genres and forms.
To enhance students’ exploration of individual, gender, ethnic, and cultural diversity through study of literature and language
Graduate Profiles:
The major strength of all English graduates is the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Studying an English degree also develops skills in:
independent working
time management and organization
planning and researching written work
articulating knowledge and understanding of texts, concepts and theories
leading and participating in discussions
negotiation and team working to present ideas and information
effectively conveying arguments and opinions and thinking creatively
using your judgment to weigh up alternative perspectives
critical reasoning and analysis
using IT.
Understand and empathize with other cultures and people through exploring their literary traditions
Knowledge of linguistic, literary, cultural contexts in which literature is written and read
Written and oral communication skills – ability to define audience, construct an argument, present an idea, and provide background information on a variety of issues
Write and speak with clarity and precision, and learn the best methods to persuade an audience
Detailed, balanced and rigorous examination of texts or spoken language and the ability to articulate interpretations to others
Sensitivity to how communication is shaped by circumstances, authorship and intended audience
Sensitivity to the power of language and its role in creating meaning
A broad vocabulary and ability to use critical terminology appropriately
Skills in a variety of research methods and the ability to accurately and appropriately present research
Awareness of how different social and cultural contexts affect the nature of language and meaning
1.Duration of the BA Honours in English programme:
The programme of study for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honors shall extend over a period of 4(four) academic years comprising 8(eight) semesters and shall be completed by a student in not more than 6(six) academic years.
2.Course identification system:
a. Each course shall be designated by three / four letters for the subject/discipline as decided by the concerned department. This will be followed by a three digit number for the course of which the first digit will correspond to the semester. Thus ENG 405 will be for the fifth English course of the 4th semester.
b. Each course shall comprise 100 marks which is equivalent to 3 credits. Each course is so designed as to be completed in minimum 42-45 class hours.
All courses will be prepared by the relevant Committee of Courses and Studies of the Department. In case of preparing related courses, teachers of relevant subjects should be consulted.
3. In order to be eligible for appearing at the final semester examinations candidates are required to attend not less than 60% of the Lectures. The Academic Committee of the Department may recommend marginal cases of shortage of attendance (below 60%) on special ground and on production of documentary evidences.
4.The course teacher shall submit the class attendance report to the Chairman of the Department before processing the examination entry.
5.Medium of Examination: The medium of examinations will be English.
6.Course summary:
No. of  Course
Credit Hour
1st    semester
2nd   semester
3rd    semester
4th    semester
5th    semester
6th    semester
7th    semester
8th    semester
Viva Voce
Book Review, Study Tour
   Total = 126
Evaluation Procedure:
Class attendance/Class test/Assignment
  20    Marks
Midterm  Examination
  30    Marks
Final  Examination
  50    Marks
 100 marks
First Year First Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 101
Fundamentals of English – I
ENG 102
Fundamentals of English – II
ENG 103
ENG 104
Bangladesh Studies
ENG 105
Computer Fundamentals
First Year Second Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 201
Principles of Linguistics
ENG 202
Composition I
ENG 203
Introduction to English Poetry  
ENG 204
Introduction to English Drama  
ENG 205
English History I (Anglo-Saxon Conquest  to Elizabethan Age )
Second Year First Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 301
Composition II
ENG 302
Essentials of Western Philosophy I
ENG 303
Business Communication 
ENG 304
Classics in Translation 
ENG 305
English History II (From the Stunt Era to World war II)
Second Year Second Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 401
Romantic Literature I 
ENG 402
Essentials of Western Philosophy II   
ENG 403
Elizabethan and 17th Centaury Prose & Poetry 
ENG 404
Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama except Shakespeare
ENG 405
Bangla Literature
Third Year First Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 501
Metaphysical Poetry
ENG 502
Romantic Literature II
ENG 503
ENG 504
ENG 505
18th Century English Fiction
Third Year Second Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 601
English Literature : Neoclassical Age
ENG 602
Restoration & Late 18th Century Literature
ENG 603
Victorian Poetry
ENG 604
Nineteenth – Century English Novel   
ENG 605
American Literature I
Fourth Year First Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 701
Old and Middle English Literature
ENG 702
Phonetics & Phonology
ENG 703
Literary  Criticism
ENG 704
Modern English Literature
ENG 705
Translation Studies
Fourth Year Second Semester
Course Code
Course Name
ENG 801
ENG 802
Postcolonial Writing in English
ENG 803
Literary Theory
ENG 804
English Language Teaching 
ENG 805
Language Through Literature
7. Duration of examination:
Examination will be held on semester basis on dates to be scheduled by the Departmental academic Committee. Time allotted for examination will be as follows: for theoretical courses, 1.30 hours for 30 marks, 2.30 hours for 50 marks and 4 hours for 75-100 marks.
8. Grading System:                                       
Numeric Grade
Letter Grade
Grade Point
80% above                  
75% Less than 80%                 
70% Less than 75%                 
65% Less than 70%                 
60% Less than 65%                 
55% Less than 60%                 
50% Less than 55%                 
45% Less than 50%                 
40% Less than 45%                 
Below 40%                 
9.Promotion Criteria: A student is required to fulfill the following conditions for promotion to the next higher class: S/he must earn at least 40% of the total marks at his/her respective final semester, failing which he/she will be declared to have failed in the respective examination.
a. To get promotion from 1st semester to 2nd semester a student should pass at least three credit courses and should not fail in more than two courses. At this stage s/he shall be allowed to take part in the remaining courses of 1st semester in subsequent semester final examinations.
b. In all other semesters for promotion to the next semester, a student should not fail in more than 2 courses and s/he should appear in subsequent semester final examination of those failed courses and must  pass the courses.
c. If s/he fails to pass in the remaining courses of the 1st semester class in the subsequent semester final exam, he/she shall not be promoted to the 3rd semester class. In that case he/she should be treated as a student of the 2nd semester class and he/she must have to pass in remaining courses of 1st semester within the next immediate 1st semester exam, failing which he/she shall be dropped out of the programme.
d.If a student fails to appear at the Viva-Voce examination, the examination committee may recommend him for appearing at the Viva-Voce examination on special grounds and on production of documentary evidences subject to the approval of the Chairman. Under the benefit of this provision he/she shall have to bear all expenses to conduct the Viva-Voce examination as fixed by the University authorities.
e. The Controller of Examinations shall publish the Cumulative results of the programme and shall provide the transcript/Grade certificate showing course-wise grades and the cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of the candidates for the degree of B.A.(English) Honours.
10.Failed Students:
If a student fails to pass in more than two courses of the 1st ,2nd ,and 3rd ,4th , 5th ,6th ,7th semesters BA(Hons) English examination he/she will not be promoted to the next higher class and he/she will be treated as a failed student. The failed student must pass the remaining courses with the next batch that immediately follows as an irregular candidate. If he/she fails to pass the remaining courses he/she shall be declared disqualified from the continuation of the course i.e. he/she shall be dropped out of the programme.
11.Degree Requirements:
for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours.
a. A student of the programme will be required to earn 126 credit hours:
b. For the degree of BA(Hons) no grades from any source other than that of the prescribed credit hours will be considered.
c. The candidate carrying F Grade in any course shall not be awarded the degree of BA(Hons).
d. For passing an individual course maintaining a minimum grade point (GPA) of 2.00 is required.
e. A student must pass all the courses of 1st,2nd ,3rd ,4th ,5th ,6th ,7th and 8th semester final examinations maintaining a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.00.
12.Improvement of Grades:
a.A student can improve the grade by appearing at the examination of the immediate next batch; students earning less than A+ in any course in the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh semester may also choose to improve the grade by appearing at the Mid-Term & Semester Final Examination in the same course with the next batch. If such a student fails to improve his/her grade(s), his/her previous grade in the same course will remain valid.
b.A student shall be allowed to improve the grade of a course only once in a semester.
c.No improvement shall be allowed in the in-course tests/home assignment grades or the grades earned in Practical, Viva-Voce, Sessional, Tutorial and Field works as well as in the course(s) in which the student did not attend classes or appear in examination.
d. For improvement of grade in a course the student shall apply to the Departmental Chairman at least 4 weeks before the start of the semester final examination.
e. Improvement shall not be allowed after the distribution of the certificate.
f. The Program Officer of the Department shall have to prepare list(s) of candidates for the improvement categories and send one copy of each to the office of the Controller of Examinations, Academic section and Treasurer within 15 days of publication of results.
a. In case a student fails to pass the 1st,2nd ,3rd ,4th ,5th ,6th ,7th and 8th semester BA Honours examinations due to shortage of required percentage of attendance or fails to deposit the examination fees due to some unavoidable circumstances or is expelled from the University for any reason as the case may be, he/she shall have to get himself readmitted to the subsequent 1st,2nd ,3rd ,4th ,5th ,6th ,7th and 8th semester BA Honours classes respectively only within 30 days from the date of publication of 1st,2nd ,3rd ,4th ,5th ,6th ,7th and 8th semester final results. The syllabus in force for the examination concerned will be applicable for such students.
b. Readmission in a semester may be allowed only twice and not more than three semesters  in classes during the entire programme. For example, when a student has been given three chances of readmission to the 7th semester, he/she will not be given another chance of readmission in the 8th semester.
14 .Adoption of Unfair Means:
a. If a student adopts unfair means in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and  8th semester BA(Hons) examination, he /she shall be penalized with the cancellation of the result of his /her respective semester. But his /her results of the previous semester (s) shall remain valid. Besides this, disciplinary action shall be taken by the Examination Disciplinary Committee against the candidate found guilty of offences as per rules of the University.
b. In case a student of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th semester is expelled from the university for any reason as the case may be, he/she shall have to get himself/herself readmitted to the subsequent 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and  8th semester BA Honours class respectively for one time only. The syllabus in effect of the examination concerned will be applicable for such a student.
c. If any student adopts unfair means in any examination, the teacher, invigilator shall report his nature of unfair means to the Chief-invigilator / Chairman of the examination committee for onward transmission to Disciplinary Committee of the University for action as per rules.
15 .Academic Calendar: The Academic calendar showing dates for starting and finishing classes, commencement of examinations and publication of the results shall be announced by the Academic Committee of the respective Department before commencement of each semester. Unless any special and unavoidable circumstances happen, the Academic calendar shall not be changed.

Department of Law



4 years LL.B.(Honours) Programme :

First Year First Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 101Jurisprudence -13
LL.B 102Legal History and Legal System of Bangladesh3
LL.B 103Constitutional Law of Bangladesh3
LL.B 104Computer Fundamentals3
LL.B 105English for Law3
First Year Second Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 201Jurisprudence -II3
LL.B 202Legal System of Bangladesh3
LL.B 203Constitutional Law of the UK & USA3
LL.B 204Roman Law3
LL.B 205Muslim Law -13
Second Year First Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 301Law of Contract3
LL.B 302Hindu Law3
LL.B 303Equity, Trust and Specific Relief Act3
LL.B 304Local Govt. and Administrative Law -I3
LL.B 305Muslim Law -II3
Second Year Second Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 401Law of Torts and Consumer Protection3
LL.B 402Company Law3
LL.B 403Law of Transfer of Property3
LL.B 404Local Govt. and Administrative Law –II3
LL.B 405Land Laws of Bangladesh 3
Third Year First Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 501Public International Law –I3
LL.B 502Mercantile and other Business Laws-I3
LL.B 503Law of Taxation3
LL.B 504Labour   Law and Industrial Law3
LL.B 505Banking Law and Public Demands Recovery Act  3
Third Year Second Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 601Public International Law –II3
LL.B 602Mercantile and other Business Laws-II3
LL.B 603General Clauses Act and Interpretation of Statutes3
LL.B 604Alternative Dispute Resolution and Legal Aid3
LL.B 605Environmental Law of Bangladesh 3
Fourth Year First Semester
Course No.Title of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 701Law of Crimes (Substantive)-I3
LL.B 702Code of Criminal Procedure-I3
LL.B 703Code of Civil procedure-I3
LL.B 704Law of Registration and Limitation.3
LL.B 705Law of Evidence3
Fourth Year Second Semester
Course NoTitle of the CourseCredit Hours
LL.B 801Law of Crimes (Substantive)-II3
LL.B 802Code of Criminal Procedure-II3
LL.B 803Code of Civil Procedure-23
LL.B 804Drafting, Pleading and Conveyancing3
LL.B 805Professional Ethics, Accountability of Lawyers, Bar-Bench Relation and Clinical Legal Education3
Department of Pharmacy
All programs of this department are approved and accelerated by Bangladesh Pharmacy Council.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons.):
First Year First Semester
Inorganic Pharmacy-I
Credit Hr: 3
Inorganic Pharmacy-I –Lab 
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 1102
Physical Pharmacy-I
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 1102L
Physical Pharmacy-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Mathematics & Statistics
Credit Hr: 3
Computer Science
Credit Hr: 3
Introductory English
Credit Hr: 3
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
First Year Second Semester
Inorganic Pharmacy-II
Credit Hr: 3
Inorganic Pharmacy-II- Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Organic Pharmacy-I
Credit Hr: 3
Organic Pharmacy-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 1203
Physical Pharmacy-II
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 1203L
Physical Pharmacy-II-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 1204
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 1204L
Credit Hr: 1
Bangladesh Studies
Credit Hr: 3
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Second Year First Semester
Organic Pharmacy-II
Credit Hr: 3
Organic Pharmacy-II-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 2102
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2102L
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 2103
Basic Anatomy
Credit Hr: 1.5
PHR 2104
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2104L
Physiology-I Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 2105
Pharmaceutical Microbiology-I
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2105L
Pharmaceutical Microbiology-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Second Year Second Semester
PHR 2201
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2201L
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 2202
Pharmaceutical Microbiology-II
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2203
Pharmaceutical Technology-I
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2203L
Pharmaceutical Technology-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 2204
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 2204L
Credit Hr: 1
Biochemistry & Cellular Biology
Credit Hr: 3
Biochemistry & Cellular Biology-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Third Year First Semester
Pharmaceutical Analysis-I
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Analysis-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Pharmaceutical Technology-II
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Technology-II-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 3103
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 3103L
Credit Hr: 1
Medicinal Chemistry-I
Credit Hr: 3
Medicinal Chemistry-I-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 3105
Credit Hr: 3
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Third Year Second Semester
Pharmaceutical Analysis-II
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Analysis-II-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Pharmaceutical Technology-III
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Technology-III-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
PHR 3203
Credit Hr: 3
PHR 3203L
Credit Hr: 1
Medicinal Chemistry-II
Credit Hr: 3
Medicinal Chemistry-II-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Hospital & Community Pharmacy
Credit Hr: 3
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Fourth Year First Semester
Pharmaceutical Analysis-III
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Analysis-III-Lab
Credit Hr: 1
Medicinal Chemistry-III
Credit Hr: 1.5
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 1
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 1
Pharmaceutical Engineering
Credit Hr: 3
Clinical Pharmacy
Credit Hr: 3
Viva voce
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours
Fourth Year Second Semester
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 1
Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation
Credit Hr: 1.5
Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management
Credit Hr: 3
Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs
Credit Hr: 3
Credit Hr: 3
In-Plant Training
Credit Hr: 1.5
Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours

Faculty of Business Administration



Business School offers programs leading of professional relevant quality for students seeking employee in a range of business sector. The qualification are appropriate for a broader range of business or public careers.

BBA & MBA program have been developed and refined to provide an extensive and tested grounding in business. This program aims to develop a broad mix of skills thought practical experience an project work to provide a competitive edge in the market place. All courses in business are designed to develop an in dept understanding of core disciplines of business.

The faculty of Business Administration Offers:

Bachelor of Business AdministrationBBA
Master of Business AdministrationMBA (Regular)

BBA Program at a Glance
Nature of the courses and distribution of credits.
The BBA degree programme shall be an integrated one consisting of major, minor core and non-business core courses and two non-credit courses. A chart of course structure is given below.

Nature of courses and assignment of credits

Types of courses  Number of courses Credit
Core30  90
Non-business core 9
Concentration 4   12
Minor2 (To be taken in the 7th Semester)6
VIVA1 Course equivalent  3
Internship1 Course equivalent  3
Non credit courses  2  0

The above courses are distributed to different semesters. A chart showing Semester wise Courses Details with Course ID, Concentration Courses, Description of Code are as follows:

First Year First Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Foundation of Accounting  FDANCC 101
Remedial Mathematics RMNCC 102
English Language Proficiency    ELPNBC 103
Computer Fundamentals CFNBC 104
Bangladesh: Society, Culture & HeritageBSCHNBC 105
Introduction to BusinessIBCBC 106
First Year Second Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Business Communication    BCCBC 107
Business Mathematics BMCBC 108
Basic in Natural Science    BNSNBC 109
Financial Accounting   FACBC 110
Principles of Mangement PMGT CBC 111
Second Year First Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Business Environment BECBC 201
Business Finance BFCBC 202
Business Statistics     BSCBC 203
Micro-Economics MIECOCBC 204
Principles of Marketing PMKTCBC 205
Second Year Second Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Macro-EconomicsMAECOCBC 206
Business LawBLCBC 207
Cost Accounting     CACBC 208
Organizational Behavior OBCBC 29
International Business   INBCBC 210
Third Year First Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Management Accounting MACBC 301
Human Resource Management  HRMCBC 302
Management Information System  MISCBC 303
Production & Operation ManagementPOMCBC 304
Banking & Insurance  B&ICBC 305
TaxationTAXCBC 306
Third Year Second Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Marketing ManagementMMCBC 307
Managerial EconomicsMECBC 308
Auditing  ADTCBC 309
Entrepreneurship DevelopmentEDCBC 310
Operation Research ORCBC 311
Research Methodology REMCBC 311
Fourth Year First Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
Business Policy and Strategy  BP&SCBC 401
Project Management    PJTMCBC 402
Major / Minor Courses
Marketing Research   MRMKT 403
International Marketing IMMKT 404
Financial Management FMFIN 408
Corporate Finance COFFIN 409
E-Commerce & Internet Management  ECIMMIS 413
Managing Technology  MTMIS 414
Comparative Management     CMINB 418
International Financial ManagementIFMINB 419
Personnel Training & Development  PTDHRM 222
Labor and Industrial Law   L&ILHRM 423
Advanced Financial Accounting AFAACC 427
Contemporary Issues in Accounting CIAACC 428
Fourth Year Second Semester
CoursesAbbreviationCourse ID
International Finance IFFIN 410
Financial Institutions and Market FIM FIN 411
AdvertisingADVMKT 405
Consumer BehaviorCBMKT 406
Human Resource Management
Contemporary Human Resource StrategiesCHRSHRM 424
Labour Mgt. Relations & Collective BargainingLMCBHRM 425
Management Information System  
Networking & Telecommunication   NTMIS 415
Database Management     DBMMIS 416
Advanced Cost AccountingACAACC 429
Advanced Management Accounting AMAACC 430
International Business
Management of International TradeMITINB 420
International Accounting   IAINB 421
Internship & Project Report (Duration 3 months) 

Specialized Courses will be offered Subject to the Availability of Sufficient Number of Students NN In 7th Semester Students Should take 2 Major courses from one area of Specilization and 2 Minor courses from any other area of Specialization in addition to Core Business Courses.

Concentration Courses
Course CodeCourse Name
MKT 403Marketing Research
MKT 404International Marketing
MKT 405Advertising
MKT 406Consumer Behavior
MKT 407Service Marketing
FIN 408Financial Management
FIN 409Corporate Finance
FIN 410International Finance
FIN 411Financial Institutions & Market
FIN 412Portfolio Management
Management Information System
MIS 413E-Commerce and Internet Management
MIS 414Managing Technology
MIS 415Networking and Telecommunication
MIS 416Data Base Management
MIS 417System Analysis, Design and Implementation
International Business
INB 404International Marketing
INB 410International Trade & Finance
INB 418Comparative Management
INB 419International financial Management
INB 420Management of International Trade
INB 421International Accounting
Human Resource Management
HRM 422Personnel Training and Development
HRM 423Labor and industrial Law
HRM 424Contemporary human Resource Strategies
HRM 425Labor Management Relations and Collective Bargaining
HRM 426Organizational Theory & Design.
ACC 421International Accounting
ACC 427Advanced Financial Accounting
ACC 428Contemporary Accounting Issues
ACC 429Advanced Cost Accounting
ACC 430Advanced Management Accounting

Description of code

CBC- Core Business Course
NBC-Non-Business Core
NCC-Non Credit Course
MIS -Management Information System
INB- International Business
HRM- Human Resource Management
ACC- Accounting