Faculty of Economic

Academic Programms

The Faculty awards the following degrees:

Undergraduate Degrees :

B.Sc. General (Four Years)

The Faculty B.Sc. Programme aims at:

  • Providing students with the knowledge and scientific skills required for qualifying them to work in the economic and social fields and institutes in both the public and private sectors.
  • Employment of the contemporary educational means by focusing on the use of computers in applied studies.
  • Promotion of the students' research and practical aptitude thus preparing them for higher studies later.
  • Arranging cultural programmes, public lectures and scientific symposiums to contribute in the advancement of the economic and social consciousness of the society.
  • Study System : The study proceeds in the Faculty in accordance with the Semester System for a duration of 8 semesters for the attainment of a B.Sc. (General) and 10 semester for the attainment of a B.Sc. (with Honours).

Academic Degrees:

The Faculty awards its B.Sc. (General) and B.Sc. (with Honours) in the following specializations:

  Economics and Quantitative Analysis.

  • Economics and Economic Development.
  • Economics and Finance.
  • Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • Sociology and Social Work.
  • Political Science.
  • Econometrics and Social Statistics.
  • Sociology and Social Anthropology/Economics.
  • Sociology and Social Anthropology/Political Science.
  • Sociology and Social Anthropology/Social Statistics.
  • Political Science/Economics.
  • Political Science/Social Statistics.

B.Sc. Honours (Five Years)


  University Award for best academic performance in all grade levels.

  • Award for the second-best overall academic performance of all school levels.
  • University Award for best article fourth-year economy.
  • Award of the late Mr. Abdul Rahim Abu Bakar to the best academic performance in the decision rule of Economic Development, Department of Economics pu
  • Award of the late Farid Ahmed Atabani for best academic performance in the standard V.