BS (Accounting and Finance)

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WHY BS IN Accounting & Finance

This program has been designed for those students who wish to acquire career-oriented, market-driven four years specialized bachelor’s degree equal to sixteen years of education in the field of Accounting and Finance that would lead to rewarding careers.


Choosing your university is about more than finding a program. It is about starting the next chapter of your life and taking another step towards becoming the person you want to be. At MAJU, we share your passion to learn and encourage your desire to explore and evolve in a friendly and vibrant environment. Our academics and diverse student community will inspire, challenge, and support you. Together we can help you make your mark on the world.

What further qualification can we pursue after BS-AF?

The graduates can also pursue further eighteen years of education like MBA or MS/M.Phil. This program will also provide an easy and fast-moving pathway towards professional certifications like Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Financial Risk Manager (FRM), Certified Risk Manager (CRM), Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), Cost and Management Accountant (CMA), Chartered Institute of Management Accountant, and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) etc.

What are Exemptions for pursuing ACCA after BSAF?

ACCA    Eight papers plus Foundation

ICMAP  Nine Papers

ICAP      Eight Papers

– Chief Financial Officer (CFO) – Investment banker
– Manager Finance – Financial Risk Analyst
– Manager Accounts – Financial Analyst
– Tax managers – Financial Data analyst
– Tax consultant – Audit

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO-1 The graduates will demonstrate the functional knowledge of Accounting and Finance.
PEO-2 The graduates will exhibit the ability to perform managerial tasks at operational and strategic level in specialized organizations.
PEO-3 The graduates will exhibit preparedness to respect diversity and work ethically.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

PLO-1 Cross functional Knowledge:

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, economics, management, marketing and finance fundamentals, to the solution of complex business problems.

PLO-2 Problem Analysis:

An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex business problems reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of management.

PLO-3 Modern Tool Usage

An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and IT tools, to complex corporate activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO-4 Business Solution:

An ability to design solutions for complex business problems and design systems, component or processes that meet specified needs while maintaining business standards, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

PLO-5 Corporate Social Responsibility:

An ability to understand the impact of economics solutions in societal and environmental contexts by employing knowledge of societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues for sustainable development.

PLO-6 Entrepreneurial Skills:

An ability to exhibit entrepreneurial skills which are necessary to implement new business ideas in an innovative way.

PLO-7 Ethics:

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of business practice.

PLO-8 Individual and Team Work:

An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

PLO-9 Communication:

An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex corporate 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.

PLO-10 Management Skills:

An ability to demonstrate management skills and apply management principles to one’s own work, as a member and/or leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment.

PLO-11 Lifelong Learning:

An ability to recognize importance of, and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and development.

Admission Requirements

  • Higher Secondary School Certificate or Equivalent securing at least 45% marks in aggregate
  • Admission Test / HEC Approved Test

Degree Requirements

Component Cr. Hrs.
Compulsory Requirments 29
General Requirements 24
Foundation Courses 27
Core Courses 15
Elective Courses 15
Specialization Courses 15
Industry Project 06
Community Service 0

Compulsory Requirements (29 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
English I HMB1013 3
English II HMB1023 3
Verbal Communication Skills BCMB3033 3
Business Communications BCMB2033 3
Pakistan Studies HMB1002 3
Islamic Studies HMB1012 3
Business Mathematics MTHB2003 3
Principles of Macroeconomics ECOB1013 3
Statistics for Business MTHB3013 3
Introduction to Computing+Lab CSB1114 3+1

General Requirements (24 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Introduction to Psychology HMB2053 3
Introduction to Sociology HMB2063 3
Introduction to Logic HMB2123 3
Managerial Ethics MGTB3053 3
Personal Management & Grooming HMB1033 3
Language I HMB2xx3 3
Language II HMB2xx3 3
Major World Religions HMB2113 3

Foundation Courses (27 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Principles of Accounting I ACCB2003 3
Principles of Marketing MKTB1003 3
Business Finance FINB3003 3
Principle of Management MGTB1003 3
Business Information System MISB1003 3
Introduction to HRM HRMB2003 3
Legal Environment in Business LAWB3003 3
Business Research & Report Writing RCHB3003 3
Principles of Microeconomics ECOB1003 3

Discipline Specific Courses

(a) Core Courses (15 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Principles of Accounting II ACCB2013 3
Management Information System MISB4043 3
Financial Management FINB3013 3
Marketing Management MKTB2013 3
Cost Accounting ACCB3033 3

(b) Elective Courses (15 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Performance Management FINB4123 3
Financial Statement Analysis FINB4143 3
Corporate Finance FINB4103 3
Project Management MGTB4063 3
Financial Markets and Institutions FINB4133 3

(c) Specialization Courses (15 Cr. Hrs.)

Course Title Code Cr. Hrs.
Portfolio Management FINB4063 3
Financial Information Systems FINB4023 3
Financial Modeling FINB4113 3
Advanced Financial Reporting ACCB4083 3
Accounting Information System ACCB4053 3
Actuarial Accounting ACCB4063 3
Marketing of Financial Services FINB4033 3
Corporate Governance and Ethics FINB4043 3
Budgetary Policy and Control FINB4053 3
Business Analysis ACCB4093 3
Issues in Financial Reporting ACCB4073 3
Managerial Accounting ACCB4033 3
Money & Banking BNKB4033 3
Islamic Banking BNKB4043 3
Auditing and Assurance ACCB4023 3
Money and Capital Markets FINB4153 3
Risk Management FINB4173 3
Development Finance FINB4183 3
Taxation ACCB4043 3
Global Finance FINB4193 3
Project Finance FINB4233 3


Business Mathematics
Computer Concept and Applications 2+1
Functional English
Business Economics
Principles of Accounting-I
Principles of Management
Business Statistics
Positive Psychology
Foreign Language
Islamic Studies 2
Information Systems Management
Principles of Accounting-II
Audit and Assurance
Cost and Management Accounting
Islamic Accounting
Oral Communication
Principles of Marketing
Technical Report Writing
Financial Data Analytics
Business and Corporate Law
Introduction to Business Finance
Marketing Management
Pakistan Studies 2
Statistical Inference
Islamic Banking
Accounting Elective-I
Accounting Elective-II
Finance Elective-I
Financial Management
Financial Reporting
Business Research Methodology
Accounting Elective-III
Advanced Managerial Accounting
Corporate Finance
Pakistan Studies 2
Law of Taxation
Accounting Elective-IV
Finance Elective-III
Finance Elective-IV
Financial Modeling
Finance Elective-V
Accounting Elective-V
Business Project
Structured Industrial Practicum
Strategic Business Leader

Elective/Specialization Courses

Course Title
Analysis of financial statement AE-I
Advanced Audit and Assurance AE-II
Advanced Taxation AE-V
E-Financial (CAS)AE-IV
Performance Management AE-III
Financial Risk Management FE-IV
Investment Banking FE-II
Security Analysis FE-I
Portfolio Management FE-III
Treasury and Fund Management FE-V
Floating Elective Can be taken from any department









To apply for our program, please visit:
22-E, Block-6, PECHS, MAJU Bus Stop, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi

Online Admission Form Submission Deadline Friday, January 6, 2023
Admission Test Sunday, January 8, 2023
Commencement of Classes Monday, February 6, 2023

FAQ’s of BS Accounting & Finance

1. What you study in BS accounting and finance?
In BS Accounting and Finance, you study for four years and learn a lot about Accounting and Finance. The course includes 133 credit hours. It’s a combination of learning important concepts in accounting and finance, as well as developing essential skills to do well in these fields.
2. What is the scope of this degree?
Yes, there is a lot of scope in accounting and finance. When you study for this degree, you can have a fulfilling career in any field of the economy. You can become a financial accountant, forensic accountant, management accountant, auditor, chief financial officer, financial advisor, or tax specialist. There are many opportunities for you to succeed in these roles.
3. Considering the increasing integration of AI in various industries and technology-related courses, I would like to inquire about the offerings in your program concerning AI implementation and its relevance in the curriculum?
We provide a diverse range of courses to our students, including traditional accounting, finance, and tax courses, along with specialized offerings such as Financial Data Analytics, Distributed ledger and Blockchain Technology for Finance. In these courses, students gain practical knowledge and skills in using Python, Data Sciences, and other relevant tools, enabling them to stay at the forefront of technological advancements in the financial industry.
4. What comes after BS accounting and Finance?
After completing a BS in Accounting and Finance, the next step to becoming a qualified accountant is to pursue a professional qualification in accounting. Some of the well-known options include obtaining the Association of Chartered Public Accountants (ACCA) certification, becoming a certified Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), acquiring the Cost and Management Accountant (ICMAP) certification, or becoming a Chartered Accountant. These professional qualifications complement the knowledge gained from the BS degree and are essential for advancing your career in the accounting and finance field. or you can do simple masters in business administration.
5. Are there any exemptions available in ACCA, ICAP and ICMAP after completing the BSAF?
Yes, after completing BSAF from MAJU you can enjoy the benefit of the following exemptions:

  • Total 9 papers exempted in ICMAP.
  • Total 8 Papers exempted in ACCA.
  • Total 8 Papers exempted in ICAP.
6. What is the benefit of studying BSAF from MAJU?
Studying BSAF (Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance) from MAJU (Mohammad Ali Jinnah University) offers numerous advantages, some of which include:

  • Exemptions in Further Education: Upon completing BSAF at MAJU, you may be eligible for exemptions in your future educational pursuits. These exemptions can accelerate your progress in advanced academic programs, saving time and effort.
  • Quality Faculty: At MAJU, you will be taught by a faculty comprising industry professionals and members of prestigious accounting bodies like FCA (Fellow Chartered Accountants) and FCMA (Fellow Chartered Management Accountants). This ensures that you receive instruction from individuals with current industry knowledge, enriching your learning experience.
  • You would have the opportunity to avail yourself of scholarships.

These benefits enhance the value of studying BSAF at MAJU and contribute to your academic and professional growth.