SCOPE & OPPORTUNITIES
This program offers a unique combination of courses from Business Management and Information Technology to develop the skills that ensures the sustainable Digital future. The graduates are prepared to oversee the complex projects and manage individuals to work with ever changing environment and be on the cutting edge of advancement and the longer term of work.
The program concentrates on database systems, data visualization tools and techniques, statistical modeling, data mining, optimization, simulation, and their applications in business disciplines such as accounting, finance, human resources, insurance, management, and marketing. Emphasis is placed throughout the program on developing all-rounded communication & soft skills, analytical &reasoning skills, ethical decision making and problem-solving capabilities.
Graduates in Management & Technology go on to become chief technology officers, project managers, business development executives/managers, product managers, marketing managers, analytics managers, business analysts, technical program managers, senior product managers, and technical product managers, Financial Analysts.
VISION OF THE PROGRAM
To be recognized as leaders in the field of Management and Information Technology to ensure sustainable digital future that support industry and start-ups and to develop future business leaders, that have an outlook on environmental, social and governance for both the local and global market.
MISSION OF THE PROGRAM
The program aims to produce graduates that are intellectually and morally capable to add value to the industry and society by supervising new and complex projects by using various technologies that facilitate individuals to work with ever changing environment at large scale and provide the sustainable solutions through professional, research and entrepreneurial skills.
LENGTH OF DEGREE PROGRAM
BS Management& Technology Duration (Minimum): 4 years Duration (Maximum): 7 years
The criteria for students seeking admission to program are as follows:
- Intermediate or equivalent examination.
- Minimum score for eligibility is 50% in the ZU Admissions Test.
Note: Candidates who have completed 12 years of education and obtained degrees other than Matriculation (SSC) or Intermediate (HSSC) are required to obtain an equivalence certificate from the Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC).
Monthly Instalment (Tuition fee + Examination Fee)
8500 (48 installments for four years)
Admission fee (One Time)
Security Deposit (One Time and refundable)
Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.
The University reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.
Fees once deposited are not refundable, except security deposits, for any reason whatsoever.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Consistent with the Department Vision and Mission, the Program Educational Objectives of the study program BS Management & Technology are to educate individuals with interdisciplinary and practical knowledge who:
PEO-1: Will demonstrate in- depth knowledge of Business Management and Information Technology
PEO-2: Will have ability to understand, diagnose, communicate and provide solutions to business and technical problems
PEO-3: Serve the society with their innovative ideas to manage various technologies maintaining the ethical standards
PEO-4: Will promote continuous development of professional and technical know-how in decision making process
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
After graduation students will be able to:
PLO1: Management & Technology Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of accounting, finance, marketing; supply chain & technology fundamentals to the solution of complex business situations.
PLO2: Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature & analyze complex business & technology problems reached substantial conclusions using business management principles
PLO3: Communication: ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex business activities with the business community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PLO4: Ethics: Ability to identifying ethical and social problems that arise in the business & technology environment and to resolve them.
PLO5: Academic Integration: An ability to demonstrate an academic integration of their applied/technical cognate & the major courses stressing communication, training & technology systems management.
PLO6: Team Work: An ability to understand the importance of team work & leadership in order to achieve long and short-term organizational goals.
PLO7: Diversity: An ability to understand the importance of cultural diversity and interpersonal skills especially in the work place.
PLO8: Modern tool Usage: An ability to understand systems & able to use modern software & tools to apply & interpret functional business knowledge.
PLO9: Entrepreneurship: An ability to have entrepreneurial qualities and styles & ability to demonstrate them accordingly.
PLO10: Global Prospect: An ability to identifying business opportunities & challenges of an evolving global environment by identifying & analyzing relevant global factors that influence decision making & develop viable alternatives in an international business.
PLO11: Legal Knowledge: An ability to demonstrate an understanding of the law & its application to business & technology units.
PLO12: Social Responsibility: An ability to understand issues related to CSR involving different stake holders & make effective decisions
THE CREDIT HOUR DISTRIBUTION OF THE COURSES
The Department of Management Technology & Information Sciences follows HEC guidelines for distribution of credit hours between core and elective courses. The Program comprises of 132 credit hours.
SCHEME OF STUDY
BS Management & Technology
Semester – I
|MGT-110||Principle of Management||3+0|
|NAS-110||Applied Mathematics I||3+0|
|CSE-111T||Computer Fundamentals & Programming||2+0|
|Computer Fundamentals & Programming-LAB||0+1||None|
Semester – II
|Applied Mathematics II||3+0||NAS-110|
|Principle of Marketing||3+0||None|
|Communication & Presentation Skills||3+0||None|
|CSE-122T||Object Oriented Programming||2+0|
|Object Oriented Programming-LAB||0+1||None|
Semester – III
|Logic & Critical Thinking||3+0||None|
Semester – IV
|Introduction to Business Finance||3+0||ACC-230|
|Database Management System||2+0||CSE-233T|
|CSE-244L||Database Management System-LAB||0+1|
Semester – V
|BTM-350||Management Information Systems||3+0|
|Artificial Intelligence in Business||2+0||None|
|CSE-356L||Artificial Intelligence in Business-LAB||0+1|
Semester – VI
|MGT-361||Human Resource Management||3+0|
|SCM-360||Introduction to Supply Chain Management||3+0|
|ENG-363||Technical & Business Writing||3+0|
|Cost & Managerial Accounting||3+0||FIN-240|
Semester – VII
|Enterprise Resource Planning||3+0||MIS|
|Business Process Management||3+0||None|
|RES-471||Project/ Thesis – I||3+0|
Semester – VIII
|BTM-483||Business Intelligence & Analytics||3+0|
|Information technology Project Management||3+0||None|
|Total Quality Management||3+0||None|
|RES-482||Project/ Thesis – II||3+0|