BS Political Science

BS Political Science

Starts in: Fall Semester

Duration: 4 years

Session: Morning

 Admission Requirement

  • Intermediate or equivalent with 45 % marks
  • Open merit

Scheme of Study

Semester I

  • English-I
  • Islamic Studies
  • Introduction to Basics in Computer
  • Introduction to Political Science-I
  • General-I (Introduction to International Relations)
  • General-II ( Introduction to Economics/Sociology)

Semester II

  • English-II
  • Pakistan Studies
  • Mathematics-I
  • Introduction to Political Science-II
  • General-III (Introduction to Human Rights
  • General-IV (Introduction to Law)

Semester-III

  • English-III
  • Statistics
  • Introduction to Political Science-III
  • Political Systems (Developed) UK & USA
  • General-V (Political History of Pakistan since 1947)
  • General-VI ( Introduction to Economics/Sociology)

Semester IV

  • English-IV
  • Political Systems (Developing) China, India & Turkey
  • Pakistan Movement
  • Constitutional Development in British India (1857-1947)
  • General-VII (Introduction to Public Administration)
  • General –VIII (Intro. to History/Mass Communication

Semester V

  • English Language (Communication Skills)
  • Western Political Philosophy-I
  • Muslim Political Philosophy-I
  • Comparative and Developmental Politics-I
  • Public Administration in Pakistan
  • History of International Relations

Semester VI

  • Western Political Philosophy-II
  • Muslim Political Philosophy-II
  • Comparative and Developmental Politics-II
  • International Law
  • Major Issues of Pakistan’s Politics
  • Political sociology

Semester VII

  • Research Methodology
  • Ideology and Political dynamics of Pakistan
  • Political Parties and Elections in Pakistan
  • Politics of federalism in Pakistan
  • Politics of Human Rights
  • Local Government in Pakistan

Semester VIII

  • Constitutional and Political Development in Pakistan
  • Political Economy of Pakistan
  • Foreign Policy of Pakistan
  • International Organizations
  • International Relations in the New Millennium
  • Contemporary issues in Global Politics