Newports Institute of Communications & Economics

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

The Bachelor of Commerce (B.COM) program at Newports Institute is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the business world, including its principles, practices, and dynamics. The program covers a wide range of subjects related to business, such as accounting, finance, financial analyst and many more. The program is typically structured to provide students with a broad foundation in business principles and practices, while also allowing them to specialize in specific areas of interest. Students will typically take courses in the core areas of business, such as accounting, finance, and marketing, as well as courses in general education and liberal arts. In addition to coursework, our B.COM program requires students to participate in a variety of experiential learning activities, such as internships, field studies, and case studies. These activities provide students with hands-on experience in real-world business situations, allowing them to apply their knowledge and skills to practical challenges. Upon completing the program, graduates should be equipped with a range of skills and knowledge that will enable them to pursue a variety of career paths in the business world. Some potential career paths for BBA graduates may include positions in finance, marketing, human resources, management, and entrepreneurship.
The Bachelor of Commerce (B.COM) program at Newports Institute is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the business world, including its principles, practices, and dynamics. The program covers a wide range of subjects related to business, such as accounting, finance, financial analyst and many more.

The program is typically structured to provide students with a broad foundation in business principles and practices, while also allowing them to specialize in specific areas of interest.

Students will typically take courses in the core areas of business, such as accounting, finance, and marketing, as well as courses in general education and liberal arts.

In addition to coursework, our B.COM program requires students to participate in a variety of experiential learning activities, such as internships, field studies, and case studies. These activities provide students with hands-on experience in real-world business situations, allowing them to apply their knowledge and skills to practical challenges.

Upon completing the program, graduates should be equipped with a range of skills and knowledge that will enable them to pursue a variety of career paths in the business world. Some potential career paths for BBA graduates may include positions in finance, marketing, human resources, management, and entrepreneurship.
Admission Eligibility Criteria
Intermediate (equivalent to 12 years of education) with at least 45% marks.

Note
  • Candidates having ‘A’ levels are required to provide equivalence certificate from Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC), Islamabad. (http://www.ibcc.edu.pk/)
  • Candidates having less than 45% marks will be eligible for admission after successful completion of “Zero Semester”.
  • Course exemptions are not allowed.
A Bachelor’s in Commerce degree provides a broad foundation in business and commerce-related subjects, equipping graduates with a diverse skill set that can be applicable to various industries. Here are some potential career prospects for individuals with a Bachelor’s in Commerce:
  1. Accountant: Graduates can pursue careers as accountants, performing financial record-keeping, analyzing financial data, preparing financial statements, and providing guidance on financial decisions.
  2. Financial Analyst: In this role, individuals analyze financial data, assess investment opportunities, conduct market research, and provide recommendations for investment decisions to individuals or organizations.
  3. Business Analyst: Graduates can work as business analysts, assessing business processes, identifying areas for improvement, and developing strategies to enhance efficiency and profitability.
  4. Financial Planner: With a focus on financial planning, graduates can help individuals and businesses create strategies to manage their finances, including investments, retirement planning, and risk management.
  5. Marketing Specialist: Graduates can work as marketing specialists, assisting in the development and implementation of marketing campaigns, conducting market research, and analyzing consumer trends.
  6. Human Resources Specialist: A Bachelor’s in Commerce can lead to careers in human resources, where graduates can work in areas such as recruitment, employee relations, compensation and benefits, and training and development.
  7. Sales and Business Development: Graduates can pursue roles in sales and business development, where they engage in activities such as identifying new business opportunities, building client relationships, and negotiating deals.
  8. Entrepreneurship: Some graduates may choose to start their own businesses or become entrepreneurs, leveraging their knowledge of commerce to establish and manage successful ventures.
  9. Operations Manager: Graduates can work as operations managers, overseeing the day-to-day operations of a business, ensuring efficient processes, managing resources, and optimizing productivity.
  10. Supply Chain Manager: With a focus on logistics and operations, graduates can pursue careers in supply chain management, coordinating the movement of goods and services, managing inventory, and ensuring timely delivery.

It’s important to note that specific career prospects may vary depending on factors such as specialization within the Bachelor’s in Commerce program, additional certifications or qualifications, industry trends, and individual skills and interests. Networking, internships, and gaining practical experience during your studies can also significantly enhance your career prospects in commerce-related fields.
Semester-1Semester-2
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
COM103Functional English – I30EW208Expository writing30
MTH110Business Mathematics30STA305Business Statistics30
MAM101Principles of Management30ACC101Principles of Accounting30
CSC101Introduction to Computer Applications21NS107natural sciences/ecology30
HUM105Islamic Studies20ECO105Principles of Micro Economics30
SS106social sciences/socilogy20HUM104Pakistan Studies30
A&H115Art and Humanities/current affairs2     
 Semester Credit Hours171 Semester Credit Hours180
Semester-3Semester-4
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
ACC205Financial Accounting30QR211Quantitative Reasoning II30
MKT101Principles of Marketing30FIN101Introduction to Business Finance 30
MKT215Business Research Methods30ACC215Cost and Management Accounting30
COM140Oral Communication & Presentation Skills30CCE108Civic and Community engagement20
ECO110Principles of Macroeconomics30IFN101Islamic Banking and Finance30
QR210Quantitative reasoning I30MAN110enterprenuership2 
  00SS205Introduction to Psychology2 
 Semester Credit Hours180 Semester Credit Hours180
Semester-5Semester-6
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
HRM205Introduction to Human Resource Management30FIN201Financial Management30
COM210Business Communication30ECO120Economic Issues in Pakistan Economy30
LAW104Business and Corporate Law30FL101Foreign language I20
ACC408Advance Financial Accounting30MAN105Organizational Behavior30
SS105Introduction to Sociology30CSC384Management Information System30
PHL205Logic and Critical Thinking30SS210Business Ethics30
 Semester Credit Hours180 Semester Credit Hours170
Semester-7Semester-8
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPRCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLETHPR
ACC305Business Taxation30 Elective 330
ACC401Principles of Audit and Assurance30 Elective 430
FL102Foreign Language II20 Final Year Project II/Project Management II30
 Elective 130 Internship30
 Elective 230   0
 Final year Project I / Project Management I30   0
 Semester Credit Hours170 Semester Credit Hours120
Total Credit Hours of the Program1351
136

ELECTIVES

Course CodeBANKING & FINANCECREDIT
THPR
FIN 307INTERNATIONAL FINANCE30
FIN 310CORPORATE FINANCE30
FIN 314MONEY AND CAPITAL MARKETS30
FIN 317PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT30
FIN 320INVESTMENT BANKING & SECURITY ANALYSIS30
FIN 324PROJECT APPRAISAL30
FIN 327TREASURY AND FUND MANAGEMENT30
FIN 330FOREIGN TRADE AND BANKING30
FIN 334RISK MANAGEMENT30
FIN 337INVESTMENT ANALYSIS30
Course CodeACCOUNTING CREDIT
THPR
ACC 310ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING30
ACC 308AUDITING30
ACC 410ADVANCED COST ACCOUNTING30

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