Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance

Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance

BSAF Program is tailored for the students who have completed 12 years of education (HSSC or equivalent)and are looking for Certifications of Professional accounting bodies, as well as for industry and public accounting practices. BSAF degree holders will be eligible for admission in MBA or MS/M.Phil programs. Our 4 Years BSAF Program consists of 141 credit hours in line with the policy of HEC.

Program Mission Statement

The mission of Bachelors of sciences in Accounting and Finance (BSAF) is to to strength students’ academic level by enhancing required skillset while making them understand their Professional Responsibility. Students will get an insight into real world scenarios/CASE studies which are hall mark of our academic excellence.

Learning Objectives

To prepare students for Certifications of Professional accounting bodies, as well as for industry and public accounting practices.

Intellectual Contributions Objectives

To apply such innovative teaching methods and practices that may brighten both academic and professional growth of faculty.

Service Objectives

To serve society, academia and business world through active participation and dynamic leadership.

  1. Chartered Accountant: As a chartered accountant you'll give advice, audit accounts and provide trustworthy information about financial records. This might involve financial reporting, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting, corporate finance, business recovery and insolvency, or accounting systems and processes. (Read More).

  2. Chartered Public Finance Accountant: Generally, public finance accountants work for public bodies, such as local and central government and publicly-funded organizations, such as charities. They also work with the police, the military and the NHS. However, a growing number are also employed in industry or private accountancy firms. (Read More).

  3. Stockbroker: Stockbrokers are individuals who buy and sell stocks and other securities for retail and institutional clients, through a stock exchange or over the counter, in return for a fee or a commission. (Read More).

  4. Forensic Accountant: As a forensic accountant, you'll utilize your accountancy skills to investigate financial discrepancies and inaccuracies such as fraudulent activity, financial misrepresentation or misconduct and disputes. (Read More).

We at CASE follow a very extensive and peculiar selection criteria based on our admission tests & requirements, the details of the procedure are as follow:

  • University Test will be conducted on 3 August 2019.

  • National Aptitude Test (NAT) / Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) and Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT) are also accepted.

  • Click Here to download University Sample Test.

  • At least 40% marks in SSC (Matric) or an equivalent examination AND At least 40% marks in HSSC or an equivalent examination.

    Admission on the basis of :

    Merit List calculations are based upon 10% for metric/O levels marks, 40% for intermediate (F.A, F.Sc. I.Com or A levels) marks and 50% of SS CASE IT Admission Test.

    Cut-off marks to be determined by the University.

    Induction Weightage:
    Course Weightage



    HSSC / A-Level


    Admission Test