Gomal University

Bachelor of Science in political science

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Introduction

In response to the evolving academic trends and societal requirements, the board has reaffirmed its approval for the B.S. Political Science 4 Year (8 semester) Program. Deliberately designed to align with the contemporary educational landscape, the scheme of studies and comprehensive course outlines for the program have been carefully crafted under the guidance of the Higher Education Commission (HEC).

The B.S. Political Science program spans across eight semesters, totaling 132 credit hours, offering students a robust and well-rounded academic experience. By combining theoretical knowledge with practical applications, the program aims to equip students with the essential skills and understanding to navigate the complexities of political science in today’s dynamic world.

During this phase, students have the option to choose between two distinctive paths: either undertake research work and complete a thesis of 06 credit hours, delving into a specific area of political science, or opt to explore further knowledge by reading two additional subjects, each carrying 03 credit hours

Under the supervision of experienced and dedicated faculty members, the program fosters critical thinking, research capabilities, and leadership qualities among students. Emphasizing both theoretical concepts and fieldwork, students are encouraged to actively engage with real-world political challenges, preparing them to become proficient problem-solvers and responsible citizens.

With a strong focus on academic excellence and research integrity, the B.S. Political Science program endeavors to nurture a new generation of visionary leaders who are poised to make positive contributions to society and play pivotal roles in shaping the future of politics and governance.

As the Department of Political Science at Gomal University, we are committed to providing an inclusive and enriching learning environment that promotes intellectual growth, fosters global perspectives, and prepares graduates for diverse career opportunities in the field of political science. Through this program, we aspire to empower our students to be catalysts for positive change, driving progress and contributing to the advancement of our nation and the world at large.

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Enter Requirements

Admission Requirement: (Eligibility): Intermediate (Pre-medical or Pre-engineering) or equivalent recognized qualification with at least 45% marks.

1st Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1811 English –I (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1812 Computer- I (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1813 Islamic Studies – I (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1814 General Mathematics (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1815 Pakistan Studies (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1816 Introduction to Political Science-I (Major Course) 3
2nd Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1821 English –II  (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1822 Political Geography of the World (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1823 History of Civilizations - I (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1824 Introduction to Islamic History (General Course) 3
PS: 1825 Introduction to General Science (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1826 Introduction to Political Science-II (Major Course) 3
3rd Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1831 History of Civilizations - II  (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1832 English-III (Compulsory Course) 3
PS: 1833 Introduction to Economics (General Course) 3
PS: 1834 Introduction to International Relation (Major Course) 3
PS: 1835 Introduction to Jurisprudence (General Course) 3
PS: 1836 Introduction to Sociology (General Course) 3
4th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1841 Pioneers of Political Thought (Ancient) (Major Course) 3
PS: 1842 Research Methods (Major Course) 3
PS: 1843 Muslim Political Thought (Classical) (Major Course) 3
PS: 1844 Comparative Politics (Major Course) 3
PS: 1845 Introduction to Philosophy (Elective) 3
PS: 1846 Religion and Politics in Pakistan (Elective) 3
PS: 1847 Regional Organizations (EU, ECO, OAS, ASEAN, OIC, SAARC) (Elective) 3
PS: 1848 Media and Politics: Theory and Practice (Elective) 3
5th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1851 Pioneers of Political Thought (Modern) (Major Course) 3
PS: 1852 Introduction to Public Administration (Major Course) 3
PS: 1853 Muslim Political Thought (Modern) (Major Course) 3
PS: 1854 Political Development in Pakistan  (Elective) 3
PS: 1855 Politics of South East Asia (Elective) 3
PS: 1856 Introduction to Religion and Politics (Elective)) 3
PS: 1857 Introduction to Conflict & Peace Studies (Elective)) 3
PS: 1858 Globalization of World Politics (Elective) 3
6th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1861 International Political Economy (Major Course) 3
PS: 1862 Public Policy Analysis (Major Course) 3
PS: 1863 Comparative Political System (Developed) (Major Course) 3
PS: 1864 Politics of Central Asia (Elective) 3
PS: 1865 Political Development in Pakistan II 1973 To date (Elective) 3
PS: 1866 Politics of South Asia (Elective) 3
PS: 1867 Diplomacy (Elective) 3
PS: 1868 Foreign Policy Analysis (Elective) 3
PS: 1869 State and Society in Middle East (Elective) 3
7th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1871 International Political Ideologies (Major) 3
PS: 1872 International Organizations (Major) 3
PS: 1873 Comparative Political System (Developing) (Major) 3
PS: 1874 Research methodology II (Elective) 3
PS: 1875 Human Rights Theory & Practice (Elective) 3
PS: 1876 Foreign Policy of Pakistan (Elective) 3
PS: 1877 Seminar on Special Topic (Elective) 3
PS: 1878 Ethno Political Conflict in Pakistan (Elective) 3
PS: 1879 Thesis (Mandatory) 3
8th Semester
Code Course Credit Hours
PS: 1881 Comparative Politics of the Muslim World (Major) 3
PS: 1882 International Law (Major) 3
PS: 1883 Theory & Practice of Local Government (Major) 3
PS: 1884 Politics of Regional States (Africa) (Elective) 3
PS: 1885 Politics of Regional States (Latin America) (Elective) 3
PS: 1886 Genesis of Political Parties System in Pakistan (Elective) 3
PS: 1887 Political Economy of Pakistan (Elective) 3
PS: 1888 Civil Rights Movements (Elective) 3
PS: 1879 Thesis (optional) continued 3
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