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Today’s learners face an uncertain present and a rapidly changing future that will demand far different skills and knowledge than were needed in the 20th century. Our collective future depends on how well young people prepare for the challenges and opportunities of 21st-century life.
Many of today's global problems are just too complex to be solved by one specialized discipline (think global warming or overpopulation). These multifaceted problems require integrated, multi- and trans-disciplinary solutions.
The integrated learning brings deep understanding of at least one field, but has the capacity to converse in the language of a broader range of disciplines. This requires a sense of curiosity and a willingness to go on learning far beyond the years of formal education.
The University of Haripur is the first to introduce integrated curriculum programs. The programs will offer variety of multidisciplinary courses which will place additional emphasis on developing skills such as critical thinking, insight, and analysis capabilities along with in depth learning of the major/core subject of specialization.
Integrated program includes variety of courses for early three to four semesters before opting for specialized courses. The students will have the opportunity to change discipline at this stage, if decided to do so, which is an advantage of integrated curriculum program apart from many others.
The ideal worker of the next decade considered to be "T-shaped": horizontal line as a way to represent the breadth of knowledge while vertical line depth of knowledge or specialized area.
T-shaped skills are built around the mixture of both depth of specialty and breadth of understanding across various disciplines or areas of study.
“The integrated curriculum programme is exactly designed to equip students with T-shape skills”.
BS Zoology Students will choose nearly 50 credit hours courses from following compulsory, multidisciplinary and other optional
Combine Courses for early 3-4 semesters
Courses list may change
Linguistic, Functional English, Communication Skills, Academics Reading and Writing, Islamic Studies, Introduction to Pakistan Studies, Introduction to Computing, Principles of Management, Human Resources Management Organizational Theory and behaviour, Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Sociology, Social Psychology, Human Rights, Social Work and Human Behavior, Introduction to Logic and reasoning, Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Sociology, Social Psychology, Human Rights, Social Work and Human Behavior, Introduction to Logic and reasoning, Introduction to Statistics/ Bio-Statistics Introduction to Philosophy, Principles of Microeconomics/ Fundamentals of Economics Financial Accounting, Financial Management,
Research Methodology, Nutrition and Public Health, Calculus, Culture Diplomacy, Heritage and History, Legal System of Pakistan
BS Zoology Students will choose nearly 80 credit hours courses from following major and elective courses.
Principles in Animal Life-I, Principles in Animal Life-II ,Vertebrate Zoology, Fundamentals of Microbiology, Animal Form and Function-I, Animal Form and Function –II, Introduction to Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Introduction to Biotechnology, Genetics, Cell and Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, Application of Biotechnology, Gene Cloning, DNA Technology, Gene Cloning and Expression, Environmental Biology, Wildlife and Zoogeography, Wildlife Management and Conservation, Advance Ecology, Environmental Issues
Principles of Systematic Zoology, Evolution and Paleontology, Developmental Biology, Animal Physiology, Animal Behavior, General and comparative endocrinology, Biological Techniques, Economic Zoology, Research Methodology, Ichthyology, Fisheries, Aquaculture & Fisheries, Systematic Classification of Fishes, Fish Biology,
Fish Immunology and Biotechnology, Fish Physiology & Breeding, Fish Nutrition, Genetics and Biotechnology in Fisheries and Aquaculture, Protozoology, Immunology & Pathology, Helminthology and Host-Parasite Relationship, Medical Microbiology, General Parasitology, Protozoology, Vector Biology, Immunology
Advance Helminthology, Advances in Parasitology, Nematology, Haematology, Helminthology, Advances in Trematode Biology, Immuno-parasitology, Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, Molecular Mechanisms of Diseases, Morphology, Physiology and Ecology of Insects, Classification of Insects and Pest Management, Morphology & Physiology of Insects, Biological and Chemical Control of Insects, Insects of Veterinary & Medical Importance, Current Topics in Apiculture Research, Molecular Entomology, Research Methods in Entomology, Industrial Zoology
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