MS Accounting and Finance is one and half year program offered to students who hold M.Sc. M.Com or BS (HONS.) B.Com (Hons.) BBA(Hons) Accounting, Finance or Commerce to broaden their knowledgein the research field of Accounting, Finance or Commerce.


This programme has been designed to provide students with versatile skills and knowledge in areas of Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Taxation, Strategic Financial Management. Business Planning, and Human Resource Management. The program aims to prepare graduates for teaching at the Universities or College level or carry out research work in the field of Accounting , Finance and Auditing.

Entry Requirement

Program Duration:  2 Years
Timing: Evening (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
Lahore Campus
Recognized By:
Higher Education Commission
  • To be eligible for admission in the MS/M.Phil programs, one must have completed sixteen years of education or a 4-years program (at least 120 credit hours) in the relevant field after HSSC/F.A./F.Sc/Grade 12 or its equivalent
  • The minimum CGPA/Division/Marks requirement for admission is a 2.00/4.00 CGPA in a semester system or a 2nd division/45% marks in an annual system from their most recent degree
  • Applicants from different disciplines must undertake two to three deficiency courses (equivalent to 6-9 credit hours) to be eligible for admission to the MS Program. The specific number of deficiency courses, ranging from a minimum of 2 to a maximum of 3, will be determined by the admission committee.
  • Admission Test & Interview:

Applicants must achieve a minimum score of 50% on the admission test administered by the University. Alternatively, achieving a 50% score on the GRE/HAT General or an equivalent test is also acceptable.

Additionally, students must successfully pass an interview conducted by the department




Total Semester: 4 Total Credit Hour:39


Applicants with 16-years of Business Education can avail exemption (without fee) of courses with * if they meet HEC’s criteria for course exemption. Exempted courses and their credit hours shall appear on the transcript with a description stating the work as Exempted and the name of the University from where these were originally qualified and earned. Exempted courses will not count in calculations of CGPA. The University has policy of full compliance to the guidelines/requirements prescribed by HEC and/or concerned accreditation council for the degree program.