Brief Histroy: The department of Commerce was established in 2014 in Fatima Jinnah Women University, realizing the needs of industry. Commerce is related to the field of economics that involves the activities implied by the trading of products. Studies in commerce include a wide range of subject options, immersive learning experiences and a strong commercial grounding in business such as accounting, banking, business sustainability, human resource management, international business, quantitative finance, entrepreneurship, among many others.


Provide excellent and value based commerce education to enhance academic excellence, innovational skills, and entrepreneurial abilities to ultimately transform the graduates into ethical business professionals.


Equip the graduates with the knowledge and skills in accounting & business, and to enable them to work in today’s highly competitive professional business environment. The program provides greater breadth and depth in multiple disciplines accounting, finance, management and marketing as well as in related fields of social sciences to hone the technical skills of the students to prepare them for entering into multifarious professional careers.

Undergraduate Program


BS Commerce
Award: Bachelors of Commerce
Attendance: Full Time
Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility Criteria

The 4 year bachelor program will be open to all after 12 years of education with minimum second division in intermediate. All students have to clear NTS (NAT-I)/Higher Aptitude Test (HAT-I).


The minimum duration for completion of BS degree is four years. The HEC allows a maximum period of six years to complete BS degree requirements.

Degree Completion Requirements

To become eligible for award of BS degree, a student must satisfy the following requirements:

  1. The program consists of 138 semester credits with following division of credit hours among course work, research project and internship.

  2.              Course work: 130 credit hours
                 Research project: 6 credit hours
                 Internship: 2 credit hours

  3. Students must complete all courses in the university core, general education and program specific foundation/core/elective curriculum. Students will pursue their summer internship in the 6th semester.
  4. Students shall not be permissible to opt additional credit hours apart from regular course load (15-18 credit hours/5-6 courses) if they fail to maintain a CGPA of 3.5. Special permission from Head of Department and Dean FLCMAS is essential, in case of registering extra credit hours, beyond the regular course load (18 credit hours) subject to sustaining a CGPA of 3.5. After the approval, student shall register the extra credit hours.
  5. Two consecutive probations will lead to termination of registration as per university policy.
  6. A minimum of 75% attendance is requisite to get registered in the courses at all times. Three consecutive absentees (without any intimation or prior approval of the head of department) shall lead to de-registration of the course.

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