The primary objective of a Bachelor of Science degree program is to provide students with a profound comprehension of a specific subject. This encompasses the acquisition of theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and the cultivation of critical thinking and problem-solving capabilities. This curriculum equips students for career opportunities and advanced studies within their chosen field.
Course Structure for a Bachelor of Science (BS) Program as per HEC Guidelines and Iqra National University (INU) Swat Campus:
A Bachelor’s degree program mandates approximately 120-136 credit hours and is structured into 8 semesters, with each year comprising 2 semesters.
To be eligible for a BS degree program at INU-Swat, applicants must hold a high school diploma or have completed 12 years of education (FA/FSC, D.Com, DAE, A-Level) with a minimum grade of 45%. For Computer Science, a minimum grade of 50% is required, and for DPT, a minimum of 60% marks are necessary. For Allied Health Science, a Pre-Medical FSc background is vital, with a 50% marks requirement.
ADP/BSc/BA to BS: Navigating the Exemption and Bridging Process
Students can get exemptions and, according to the policy, can start from the 5th semester. Students should check their exemptions with the Examination Controller before admission.
The university has established (MoUs) and Agreements with esteemed hospitals to facilitate clinical and practical training in the domains of Allied Health Sciences and Medical Sciences. Among these hospitals are: