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B.S.S. (Hons.) in Economics

The Objective of the B.S.S. (Hons.) in Economics program is to acquaint students with the basic concepts and ideas of Economics with a view to equip them with a sound foundation and knowledge which will prepare them to adjust to the reality of the multidimensional issues of the contemporary world. 

Entry Requirement

The entry requirement for the B.S.S.(Hons.) in Economics program is a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), A level, Alim or any other equivalent level of education recognized by the competent authority and also fulfilling any other conditions fixed by the authority.


Admission into B.S.S.(Hons.) in Economics program is on a competitive basis. Aplicants will be required to sit for an admission test designated to judge their abilities and aptitude for the program. Candidates are selected for admission on the basis of past academic records, a written test and a viva examination.

Degree Requirements

A student will have to complete at least 120 credit hours (total 40 courses) for a four years B.S.S. (Hons.) in Economics , out of which 90 credit hours (30 courses) for core courses while the remaining 30 credit hours (10 courses )for inter-disciplinary courses.

A student must get at least a 'C' grade to pass an individual course and maintain a minimum GPA 2.00


The fee structure for the B.S.S. (Hons.) in Economics program is as follows:

Fees (for total 132 credits) Amount
Payable per credit Tk. 1,090
Payable (approx.) in each subsequent semester(12 Semesters) Tk. 13,380
Total cost for the entire program Tk.1,47,480



Compulsory: 15 courses (45 credit hours)

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ECON 1001 Foundation English I 3
ECON 1002 Foundation English II 3
ECON 1003 Foundation English III 3
ECON 1004 Foundation English IV 3
ECON 1101 Principles of Microeconomics 3
ECON 1103 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ECON 1205 Foundation of Islamic Economics 3
ECON 2307 Intermediate Microeconomics I 3
ECON 2308 Comparative Economic Systems 3
ECON 2309 Intermediate Macroeconomics I 3
ECON 2410 Intermediate Microeconomics II 3
ECON 2411 Intermediate Macroeconomics II 3
ECON 3514 Bangladesh Economy 3
ECON 4828 Economic Development 3
BBA 2413 Business Transactions in Islam 3

Elective: any 19 courses (57 credit hours)

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
BBA 1201 Principles of Management 3
ECON 1204 Statistical Methods 3
ECON 2306 Quantitative Methods 3
ECON 3513 Econometrics 3
ECON 3515 Money and Banking 3
ECON 3516 Jurisprudence for Economics 3
ECON 3617 International Economic Institutions 3
ECON 3618 Public Finance 3
ECON 3619 History of Western Economic Thought 3
ECON 3620 International Economics 3
ECON 3621 Theory and Practice of Islamic Banking and Insurance 3
ECON 4722 Introduction to Islamic Economic System 3
ECON 4723 SAARC Economy 3
ECON 4724 History of Islamic Economic Thought 3
ECON 4725 Principles of Jurisprudence for Economics 3
ECON 4726 Economic Cooperation among Muslim Countries 3
ECON 4727 Development Finance 3
ECON 4829 Agricultural Economics 3
ECON 4830 Industrial Economics 3
ECON 4831 Rural Economics and Development 3
ECON 4832 Health Economics 3



Compulsory: 6 courses (18 credit hours)

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
BBA 1103 Financial Accounting I 3
BBA 1301 Introduction to Finance 3
CSE 1101 Basics of Computers 3
GP 1205 Comparative Political Systems 3
IS 1207 Islamic Ethics 3
SOC 1103 Comparative Social Systems 3


Elective: any 3 courses (9 credit hours)

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GP 1101 Introduction to Political Science 3
GP 3623 Political Development in Bangladesh 3
IH 1105 Islamic History 3
IH 2114 Islamic Civilization 3
IS 1101 Introduction to Islam 3
IS 1312 Fiqh of Ibadat 3
IS 2113 Biography of the Prophet 3
IS 3232 Foundations for Economics in the Quran and Sunnah 3
IS 3333 Islam and Science 3
IS 4845 Comparative Legal Systems 3
SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3
PHIL 1105 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PSY 1104 Introduction to Psychology 3




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