Undergraduate Programs

BS Applied Statistics (Evening Program)

B.S. Applied Statistics 4 years’ degree program primarily focusing on development and application of methods to collect, analyze, interpret, and learn from data. Since data are witnessed in almost every field, including the natural and social sciences, medicine, industry, finance, and engineering, statistics are crucial in understanding the world around us. Good statistical practice relies on comprehensive critical thinking that merges quantitative, mathematical and computer science skills with qualitative forms of thought, such as communicating results, assimilating new information with old, and assessing implications of new manifestations. With this in mind, the proposed program will aim at coupling methodological tools with multi-disciplinary applications, technical writing, and communication skills. 

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs)

PEO No.

PEO Description

PEO-1

Apply Statistical and related knowledge to identify and address the social and industrial problems.

PEO-2

Enhance intellectual and analytical abilities in taking initiatives and/or develop innovative ideas for professional growth in statistics and allied disciplines.

PEO-3

Work effectively as a team member or lead multidisciplinary teams while demonstrating the interpersonal & management skills and ethical responsibilities.

PEO-4

Pursue professional career in education, business & finance, industry and research institutions or continue higher education to obtain advanced degrees in statistics or allied Disciplines.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

PLO No.

PEO No.

PLO Title

PLO Description

PLO-1

PEO-1

Basic Knowledge

An ability to learn basics and apply basic knowledge of statistics to the solution of multiplex scientific problems.

PLO-2

PEO-1

Problem Analysis

Ability to identify, formulate and investigate complex problems reaching substantiated conclusions using statistical tools.

PLO-3

PEO-2

Development of Solutions

Ability to design solutions for problems and design systems, components, or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PLO-4

PEO-2

Modern Tool Usage

Ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling with an understanding of the limitations.

PLO-5

PEO-3

Ethics

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of sciences.

PLO-6

PEO-3

Communication

Ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing with the scientific community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentations, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PLO-7

PEO-4

 Project Management and Teamwork

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

PLO-8

PEO-4

Life-long learning

Recognize the need, and have the ability, to engage in independent learning for continual development as a statistician.

1st Semester

2nd Semester

ENG-1091 Functional English 3 0 3 HU-1092 Pakistan Study 2 0 2
HU-1091 Islamic Studies 2 0 2 CSC-1071 Introduction to Computer Programming 2 1 3
STAT-1001 Introductory Statistics 3 0 3 ENG-1092 Communication and Presentation Skills 3 0 3
TE-1113 Introduction to Textiles 3 0 3 SS – 1093 Introduction to Psychology 3 0 3
MKT- 1081 Principals of Marketing 3 0 3

SS – 2092

Introduction to Sociology

3 0 0
MA – 1001 Calculus - I 3 0 3 MA- 1002 Calculus – II 3 0 3
MA-1007 Pre-Calculus-I 0 0 0 MA-1008 Pre-Calculus-II 0 0 0
Total Cr. Hrs. 17 0 17 Total Cr. Hrs. 16 1 17

3rd Semester

4th Semester

ENG- 3091 Technical writing 3 0 3 MA - 2002 Linear Algebra  3 0 3
STAT- 1002 Elementary Probability 3 0 3 STAT- 2006 Sampling Techniques - I 3 0 3
STAT- 2004 Probability & Probability Distributions - I 3 0 3 HRM – 2081  Human Resource Management 3 0 3
MGT- 2085  Business Administration (Entrepreneurship) 3 0 3 STAT– 2001 Exploratory Analysis & Data Visualization 3 0 3
MGT – 1081 Principals of Management 3 0 3 STAT – 2005 Probability & Probability Distributions - II 3 0 3
STAT- 2002 Statistical Methods 3 0 3 CS – 3074 Integrated Management Systems & Standards 3 0 3
Total Cr. Hrs. 18 0 18 Total Cr. Hrs. 18 0 18

5th Semester

6th Semester

STAT- 3008 Statistical Inference-I 3 0 3 STAT- 3010 Design and Analysis of Experiment – II 3 0 3
STAT- 3009 Design and Analysis of Experiment – I 3 0 3 STAT- 3009 3 0 3
STAT- 3007 Sampling Technique – II 3 0 3 STAT- 3011  Econometrics 3 0 3
MGT – 3083 Total Quality Management 3 0 3 STAT- 3012 Statistical Quality Control 3 0 3
STAT- 3013 Applied Regression Analysis 3 0 3 STAT- 2003  Statistical Packages 3 0 3
Total Cr. Hrs. 15 0 15 Total Cr. Hrs. 15 0 15

7th Semester

8th Semester

MGT – 4086 Strategic Management 3 0 3 STAT- 4015 Applied Multivariate Analysis – II 3 0 3
STAT- 4016  Applied Time Series Analysis 3 0 3 STAT- 4006  Operational Research 3 0 3
DSC – 2072 Data Mining 3 0 3 STAT-XXXX Elective -II 3 0 3
STAT- 4014 Applied Multivariate Analysis - I 3 0 3 STAT-XXXX Elective -III 3 0 3
STAT-XXXX Elective-I 3 0 3 STAT-4050 Final Year Project 2 0 2
Total Cr. Hrs. 15 0 15 Total Cr. Hrs. 14 0 14
Note: Quran Translation courses will be offered in each semester as per University policy.      
Total Credits for BS Applied Statistics 129

Must have 12 years education with minimum of 50% marks from HEC recognized institute/Board.
(Students who have not studied mathematics at intermediate level must pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours within first year of their regular studies)

Merit Criteria:

Marks of Matric (40% weightage)

Marks of Intermediate Part 1 (60% weightage)

Note: Applications are entertained on Intermediate Part-I basis and merit would be finalized accordingly. However, the admitted students must meet the basic eligibility criteria of the relevant degree program on the announcement of Intermediate Part-II result failing which admission will be automatically cancelled.

Test: No Test Required

Open Merit Fee - 1st Semester

Fee Heads1st Semester Fee (Rs)
Admission Fee (Once at admission) 25,000
Certificate Verification Fee (Once at admission) 2,000
University Card Fee (Once at admission) 300
University Security (Refundable) 5,000
   
Tuition Fee (Per Semester) 29,000
Library Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Examination Fee (Per Semester) 3,000
Medical Fee (Per Semester) 2,000
Student Activity Fund (Per Semester) 2,000
Endowment Fund (Per Semester) 1,000
TOTAL 72,300

Note:

  • Tuition Fee will increase @ 2.5% Per Annum in Subsequent Years.
  • 1/3rd of the Tuition Fee along with Examination Fee will be charged in Summer/Extra Semester.
  • Degree Fee will be charged @5000 rupees Once in the Last Semester

Hostel Dues

ParticularsRupees
Hostel Charges (Per Semester) 25,000
Hostel Security (Refundable) 5,000
TOTAL 30,000