The LUMS BS Chemical Engineering is a rigorous four-year programme that prepares students to compete in global markets. Pakistan’s chemical industry is rapidly expanding to provide products to enhance the standard of living, protect the environment, ensure industrial safety and create new processes that provide value added products. To keep up with this rapid development, the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE) is educating tomorrow’s leaders in modern Chemical Engineering.

The Department creates enhanced synergy between science and engineering and resonates with the University’s interdisciplinary and no boundaries approach. The programme is among the distinguished degrees in Pakistan as it covers the traditional basics with an emphasis on engineering science and modern, innovative Chemical Engineering, attracting some of the best and brightest students.

The Department’s research and teaching are deeply interdisciplinary and targeted at solving some of the world’s most challenging problems. With the help of state-of-the-art facilities to conduct high quality research, the Department boasts labs, unmatched facilities, intellectual capacity, and a comprehensive learning experience that encompasses theoretical and practical aspects of emerging areas of chemical sciences.

Based on the ‘no boundaries’ philosophy, all SBASSE students follow a common core curriculum that is enriched in fundamental sciences and mathematics, but also includes a large humanities and social sciences component.

Programme Structure

Graduation Requirement

 

135-138 Credit Hours

University Core

 

8 Credit Hours (3 Courses)

University Distribution

Out Group

9-12 Credit Hours (3 Courses)

SBASSE Cores

 

34 Credit Hours (13 Courses)

Major Requirement

Major Cores

Major Electives

Total

57 Credit Hours

18 Credit Hours

75 Credit Hours

Free Electives*

 

9 Credit Hours

*Credit hours taken towards free electives will vary according to the number of credit hours taken for the University Distribution (Out Group)

Major Cores

Chemical Engineering majors must take the following Chemical Engineering core courses for a total of 57 credits:

  1. Numerical Methods for Engineering
  2. Electricity and Magnetism
  3. Fundamentals of Organic Group
  4. Physical Chemistry
  5. Principles of Chemical Engineering
  6. Engineering Mathematics
  7. Lab-I
  8. Transport Phenomena – I
  9. Chemistry of Organic Functional Groups
  10. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  11. Separation Processes
  12. Transport Phenomena – II
  13. Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Engineering
  14. Multiphase Processing
  15. Lab – II
  16. Chemical Process Control
  17. Chemical Process Design – I
  18. Lab – III
  19. Senior Project
  20. Chemical Process Design – II

Major Electives

Chemical Engineering majors must take 18 credits from the following courses:

  1. Particle Science and Engineering
  2. Chemical Process Technology
  3. Materials Science and Engineering
  4. Fuel & Energy
  5. Polymer Science & Technology
  6. Introduction to Modeling and Simulation
  7. Introduction to Petroleum Engineering
  8. Renewable Energy Resources
  9. Chemical Engineering Plant Design
  10. Surface Analysis
  11. Colloidal Science
  12. Air Pollution Control
  13. Solid Waste Disposal

Admission Criteria

Local and International Applicants

Applicants must meet the minimum eligibility criteria in order to be considered for admission to the Undergraduate programme. Meeting this criteria does not guarantee admission to the Undergraduate programme. Students are selected for admission to LUMS Undergraduate programmes based on the following factors:

  1. Academic Background
  2. Performance in the Admission Test
  3. Completed and submitted application form and supporting documents by the stipulated deadline
  4. Application Review
  5. Interview (if called)

LUMS is committed to admitting the best academic students who have the potential to contribute to the learning environment at the University and to contribute and bring change to their communities. Consequently, LUMS considers academic achievements alongside other aspects of a candidate’s application.

Each successful applicant is made an offer for entry into a particular School at LUMS. Applicants for each School are selected on the basis of programme requirements of that particular School. Applicants should carefully choose the School(s) they apply to, and take into consideration their interests, motivations, academic strengths, and future career paths.

Admission in a specific school is based on merit and the availability of seats. Decisions on the admission of applicants are final.

Academic Background

The University is keen to attract students who are not only academically competent but also have the potential to contribute to the learning environment of LUMS. Following are the minimum academic requirements for applicants applying to the Undergraduate programme:

Applicants with Complete Higher-Secondary Degree

Applicants who have successfully completed Admission FSc/A Level/High School Diploma or International Baccalaureate (IB) are eligible to apply for admission if they fulfill one of the following academic qualifications:

  • Successful completion of Matric with 70% marks or above & FSc with 70% marks or above.
  • O Levels results (in at least 18 subjects) with an average grade of at least ‘B’ in all subjects attempted and A Level (in at least three (3) full credit A Level subjects) with an 2average of 2 Bs and 1 C grade across best three subjects. The three best subjects cannot include any Advanced Subsidiary subjects, the A Level General Paper, or an A Level grade less than an E. The full credit A Level subjects for SBASSE are Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Computer Science, Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Physics. (Any deviations from this list will be examined on a case to case basis and the decision of the Admissions Committee will be final.)
  • American High School Diploma (HSD) with 70% or above/Grade point average of B or above
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) with at least 28 out of 45 points
  • Combination of the above
  • Any other equivalent qualification (minimum acceptable scores will be determined by the Admissions Committee)

If shortlisted for admission, applicants will be given a conditional offer. To join LUMS in Fall 2021, applicants must subsequently meet all the stipulated conditions specified by the Admissions Committee by August 2021.

NOTE:

  • Candidates who have registered or taken the exam of minimum three full credit A Level subjects and do not meet the minimum grades requirement (specified above) must improve their grades in order to be eligible for admission. A Levels exams are held in November and June. To be eligible for admission in 2021, applicants must improve their A Level grades in October /November 2020. Such applicants planning to improve their grades by taking June 2021 exams are not eligible for the Fall 2021 session.
  • Candidates who have already completed their Intermediate level degree (FSc/ High School Diploma/ IB etc.) and do not meet the minimum marks/ grades requirement must improve their marks/ grades by October/ November 2020 in order to be eligible for Fall 2021 session. Such applicants planning to improve their grades/marks by taking June 2020 exams are not eligible for the Fall 2021 session.
  • Applicants admitted to LUMS and subsequently require HEC attestation of their UG degree must meet the conditions stipulated by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan to get their Undergraduate degree attested. Details are available here

1Minimum subjects requirement for O Levels may vary regionally and can be checked by clicking here.

2Best three (3) A Levels full credit subjects will be considered for evaluation.

Applicants with Incomplete Higher-Secondary Degree

Applicants who have not registered or taken the final exams of their FSc, A Level (in at least three full credit A Level subjects), High School Diploma or International Baccalaureate (IB) as yet and are expecting their final results by August 2021 are eligible to apply for admission if they fulfill one of the following academic qualifications:

  • Successful completion of Matric with at least 70% marks or above and FSc (Part-1) with 70% marks or above2.
  • O Levels results (in at least 18 subjects) with an average grade of at least ‘B’ in all subjects attempted
  • American High School Diploma (HSD) (first year) with 70% or above/Grade point average of or above
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) (first year) at least 28 out of 45 points
  • Combination of the above
  • Any other equivalent qualification (minimum acceptable scores will be determined by the Admissions Committee)

If shortlisted for admission, applicants will be given a conditional offer. To join LUMS in Fall 2021, applicants must subsequently meet all the stipulated conditions specified by the Admissions Committee by August 2021.

Note: Applicants admitted to LUMS and subsequently require HEC attestation of their UG degree must meet the conditions stipulated by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan to get their Undergraduate degree attested. Details are available here.

1Minimum subjects requirement for O Levels may vary regionally and can be checked by clicking here.

2 Applicants who were unable to take their FSc. are eligible to apply if they have successfully completed Matric with 70% or above marks.

Major Preference

Students may apply for admission to multiple schools through a single application. Applicants are required to mention their major preference(s) for BS programmes at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE) and BA/BSc (Honours) programmes at the  Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS) and the Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) through the LUMS Online Admission Application form.

Students are admitted to a specific school from the beginning of the programme and are not assigned a major at the time of admission, except those admitted to the BA-LL.B programme in the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL). Admission in a specific school is based on merit and the availability of seats.

Allocation of a preferred major cannot be guaranteed at the time of admission. Allocation of a major will be done according to the School’s policy and mainly determined by the students’ preference(s), their academic performance at LUMS and, in the case of MGSHSS, the capacity constraint in the subject area.

Students may request for a change in their programme/School at the end of first year at LUMS, subject to academic performance and availability of space. However, such requests will be considered on a case to case basis by the concerned department.

Candidates planning to pursue BS degree in Electrical Engineering and/or Chemical Engineering (the only two engineering programmes that LUMS is currently offering) must have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC/HSSC) Pre-Engineering Examination (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, securing at least 70% marks in aggregate from a University, a Board of Intermediate or Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan (or Foreign University/Institution/Examination Body). For further details, please click here.

The modes of payment are as follows:

1. Voucher can be paid through cash, Pay Order and Bank Drafts made in favour of "Lahore University of Management Sciences" at any branch within Pakistan of following banks:

  • Allied Bank Limited
  • Meezan Bank Limited (Customer Code: LUMS)
  • Bank Al-Habib Limited

2. For online Credit/Debit card payment, please click here 

3. Vouchers can also be paid through ATM machines and internet banking portals of the following banks:

  • Allied Bank Limited
  • Askari Bank Limited
  • Bank Alfalah Limited
  • Bank Al-Habib Limited
  • Faysal Bank Limited
  • Meezan Bank Limited
  • Standard Chartered (Only for Online Payments)

Note:

  • For making payments through internet banking portals/ATM, students need to have bank account in the respective bank.
  • Fee payment through "Pay Orders" is accepted at banks up to two working days prior to the payment deadline. Fee may be paid through Cash Receipts, Online Services and Credit/Debit Cards till payment deadline.

Advance Tax:

Through an amendment in the Income Tax Ordinance 2001 by Finance Act 2013, advance tax (under section 236 I) shall be collected @ 5% on the entire amount of fee except refundable portion.

Bank Helpline Numbers

Allied Bank Limited

1. UAN: 111-225-225, Branch contact No: 042-35748308

2. Regional Office: 042-35747603

Meezan Bank Limited

1. Region Office: 92-42-35786207

2. Head Office: 92-21-36406139

Bank Al-Habib Limited

1. Karachi: 92-21-32277231-239, Lahore: 0333-1218430

2. DHA Ph. 5 Branch: 042-37189231 042-37189234

 

Fee Structure for FY 2021-22

New Student Year 1

Particulars

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Summer Semester

Total

18 Credit Hours

12 Credit Hours

4 Credit Hours

34 Credit Hours

 

PKR

PKR

PKR

PKR

Tuition Fee

427,680

285,120

95,040

807,840

Admission Fee

95,770

-

- 95,770

Semester Registration 

29,590

29,590

- 59,180

SSE Fee

74,120 74,120 - 148,240

General Security

38,000

-

- 38,000

Sub-total - Other Fee

237,480

103,710

- 341,190

Per Semester Fee

665,160

388,830

95,040

1,149,030


Note:

Per Credit Hour Tuition Fee - Undergraduate is PKR 23,760 (2021-22)

Hostel Fee

Particulars

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Summer Semester

 

PKR PKR PKR

Hostel Fee (double occupancy)

TBA

TBA

TBA

Hostel Fee (triple occupancy)

TBA

TBA

TBA


Important Points

  • The above breakdown of fee structure is for Year 1 of the 4 Year BS Chemical Engineering programme
  • Fees are payable by semester according to the schedule given in the Annual Fee bill.
  • As per Income Tax Ordinance 2001, advance tax (under section 236 I) is required to be collected @ 5% on the entire amount of fee paid by a person not appearing on the active taxpayers list if Student Payable exceeds Rs. 200,000/- per annum excluding the amount refundable. Tax deduction certificates will be available on student Zambeel account.
  • Advance tax paid on fee is adjustable at the time of filing of Income tax return. LUMS will issue Advance Tax Certificate in this regard at year-end.
  • University fees are usually announced once each year. However, the University reserves the right to change its policies and fee structure at any time


Refund Policy

To learn more about the University's Refund Policy, please click here.

Activity

Date

Deadline to take SAT (with Essay) and/or SAT Subject Test (First Round Offers)

05 December 2020

Online Application Deadline

02 February 2021 (8 pm PKT)

Deadline to submit Online supporting documents

04 February 2021 

Deadline to take ACT (with Essay) (First Round Offers)

06 February 2021

Deadline to take SAT (with Essay) (Second Round Offers)

13 March 2021

LUMS SBASSE Subject Test

20 March 2021

LUMS Common Admission Test (LCAT)

21 March 2021

Deadline to take ACT (with Essay) (Second Round Offers)

17 April 2021

Admission decisions

15 April – 30 July 2021


Note: The University reserves the right to change dates and deadlines for admissions. Please keep informed of any changes by visiting this site periodically, as well as the LUMS online application site.

What are the requirements of applying to LUMS Undergraduate programme?

Please refer to the Admission Criteria tab.

How competitive is admission to LUMS Undergraduate programme?

Admission to the LUMS Undergraduate programme is highly competitive and the University is able to offer admission to only a small fraction of applicants.

How do we apply to the Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB)/Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS)/Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE)/Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL)?

For the programmes offered by SDSB/MGSHSS/SBASSE/SAHSOL, submit an online admission application through the following link: https://admissions.lums.edu.pk

What are the minimum requirements for diploma holders (DAE)?

Applicants with diploma may apply if they have secured minimum 70% marks or above, however, they are required to submit equivalence certificate issued by the IBCC, Pakistan.

What are the main subjects in A Levels in order to get admission in LUMS?

Please refer to the Admission Criteria tab for details.

Does it affect a student's chance to get into LUMS if he/she has appeared privately over a regular student?

No, applicants are evaluated on their academic grades regardless of the fact whether someone has taken the final exam through a school/college or privately.

Is it possible to transfer credits from another university to LUMS?

Yes, LUMS accepts transfer students from accredited institutions at the undergraduate level. Applicants interested in transfer to the LUMS undergraduate programmes should be enrolled in an undergraduate programme in an HEC recognised institution and should have completed one year or expected to complete one year before joining as a full time student. Transfer is offered twice a year before the Fall and Spring semesters respectively.

Please visit the mentioned link https://admission.lums.edu.pk/programmes/transfer for detailed information.

May students who are admitted defer enrolment to another year?

No, attending the first semester at LUMS is compulsory and deferment is not an option for undergraduates.

When do application decisions become available?

All admission decisions taken by the University are final. During admission evaluation process, some applicants are admitted, some are placed on a waiting list and the remaining applicants are denied admission. Acceptances are offered between April to July. For this reason, your admission decision may arrive at a different time from a friend or classmate.

Is there a separate application form for Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB)/Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS)/Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE)/Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL)?

No, by default the LUMS online application system allows you to simultaneously apply for maximum two schools from all four schools i.e. Suleman Dawood School of Business/Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences/Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering/Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law.

Can I apply to more than one school i.e. SDSB/MGSHSS/SBASSE/SAHSOL?

Yes, by default the LUMS online application system allows you to simultaneously apply to Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB)/Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS)/Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE)/Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL). Applicants may choose to apply for admission into any TWO schools (SDSB/MGSHSS/SBASSE/SAHSOL) at LUMS.

How can I give my preferences for SDSB/MGSHSS/SBASSE/SAHSOL through a common application form?

Applicants can mention their major preference(s) for BS programmes at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE), BA/BSc (Honours) programmes at the Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB), Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS) and BA-LL.B programme at the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL) through the online admission application form.

Applications are evaluated according to the preferences mentioned by applicants in this section. Based on the evaluation of each school, applicants are offered the highest preference they qualify for. This means that if an applicant qualifies for more than one school, one is sent an offer from the school of his highest qualified preference. Therefore, it is highly suggested to select school preferences very carefully.

Can I still apply for admission if I have taken A Level retakes?

Yes, an applicant can apply for admission if he/she has appeared in retakes of November 2020, for the application of the year 2021.

Can I submit the retakes results after the submission of the application?

Applicants appearing for the November 2020 retakes must check the result awaiting option in the online application. Applicants must inform Admissions Office about the estimated time period in which the result of any retake exam will be announced.

I have not yet received confirmation email of my online application submission. What should I do?

You should recheck the completion and proper submission of your application form.

Do I need to get an equivalence certificate from IBCC?

Candidates who have either completed or are in the last year of completion of their education which does not lead to Matric/FA/ICS/ICOM/FSc. will be required to get an equivalence certificate from the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC), Islamabad, Pakistan. For further information please contact:

The Chairman
IBCC
FBISE Building, H-8/4
Islamabad.
http://www.ibcc.edu.pk

Can Admissions Office return my application documents to me?

Documents sent to the Admissions Office cannot be returned as they are for administrative purposes. Please make sure to keep a copy for your own use before sending the documents to our office.

Do I have to send my transcript translated if it is not in English?

Yes, academic records from international universities if not in English must be accompanied by an official English translation along with other supporting documents.

How many ‘Teacher Evaluations’ may I submit?

Minimum two Teacher Evaluations are required.

Who should my recommendations be from?

The recommendation form(s) should be from teacher(s) of your current or last institute. Recommendations from school/college counsellor(s) are not acceptable.

Can Freshmen students begin studies at LUMS during the spring semester?

No, admissions to LUMS takes place once a year and freshmen are admitted to the Fall semester only.

May I request for the application fee refund?

No, after the application submission, the application fee becomes non-refundable.

Is there a waitlist?

Since the number of students who accept our first round of admission offers vary each year, a small number of applicants stay on our waitlist and in case space becomes available after the first round, students on the waitlist are offered a place in the second round.

How many applicants are placed on the waitlist?

The number of candidates placed on the waitlist fluctuates from year to year, depending on the size and quality of the applicant pool.

Are there any specific quotas in admission?

There are no quotas.

Do I need to take an entrance test for admission to the School of Business/School of Humanities and Social Sciences/School of Law programme?

Please refer to the following link for details: https://admission.lums.edu.pk/testing-admissions

Do I need to take an entrance test for admission to the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering programme?

Please refer to the following link for details: https://admission.lums.edu.pk/testing-admissions

How Can I Send The SAT (With Essay)/ACT (With Essay)/SAT II Score If The Official Report Is Not Available By The Documents Submission Deadline?

If you have not received SAT (with Essay)/ACT (with Essay)/SAT II score report by the application submission deadline then upload the Online score report in the test scores section.

Is it compulsory to submit a copy of all SAT (with Essay)/SAT II/ACT (with Essay) score reports?

Applicants are required to report test scores of all attempts to the University by submitting a copy of the score report(s) and through the online application. The best score of a single attempt reported through the online application will be considered for application evaluation.

I am planning to take SAT in March 2021, when should I apply?

The application submission deadline for all UG applicants for the admission of Fall 2021 is February 02, 2021; 5:00 pm (Pakistan Standard time).

Is there a minimum SAT (with Essay)/ SAT II/ACT (with Essay) score requirement for the applicants?

No, there is no minimum score required for SAT (with Essay)/SAT II/ACT (with Essay).

What is the last date to take SAT (with Essay)/ SAT II/ACT (with Essay) for admission for the session commencing August 2021?

Kindly visit the mentioned link for dates and deadlines https://admission.lums.edu.pk/critical-dates-all-programmes

I have taken the old version of the SAT I. Will you accept old SAT I?

No, the old version of SAT I is not acceptable.

I have taken SAT (with Essay)/SAT II/ACT (with Essay) more than once, what score will be considered for the evaluation?

Best score of a single attempt reported through the online application will be considered for application evaluation.

How can I get information about LUMS SBASSE Subject Test?

In addition to SAT (with Essay)/ACT (with Essay), subject knowledge in the area of Biology, Physics, Advanced Mathematics & Chemistry will also be evaluated through this test. Questions are designed to explore knowledge and skills acquired over a period of time. The test is designed to compare candidates with different academic backgrounds.

Difficulty Level: Admission Test is designed to determine the intellectual abilities of test takers. Questions will be at a difficulty level appropriate for students in the final year of A Levels/FSc./IB/HSD. They are typically Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), similar to the pattern used in SAT. LUMS SBASSE Subject Test is approximately two (2) hours long. Calculators are not allowed during Admission Test.

LUMS reserves the right to use any test pattern that best meets its admission’s objectives. Instead of preparing for the test, we recommend getting a deep knowledge of fundamental principles and focusing on a good understanding of your school subjects.

The SBASSE Subject Test Registration can be done through the LUMS online application system at: http://admissions.lums.edu.pk on or before February 02, 2021, 5:00 pm (Pakistan Standard Time).

Note: The SBASSE Admission Test for admission to the Fall 2021 semester will be held ONLY ONCE on March 20, 2021.

What is the LUMS SBASSE Subject Test fee?

Please refer to the Fee Structure tab.

How can I submit the application processing and LUMS SBASSE Subject Test fee (if applicable)?

After the successful submission of the online application form through the LUMS Online account on or before the application submission deadline, applicants will be able to print a system generated Application Processing and LUMS Test Registration (if applicable) Fee payment voucher. The mode of payment is given on the fee voucher.

By which date should applicants expect their Test Registration cards to be delivered?

Test Registration Cards will not be mailed. Test cards will be available within the application in printable form Two (2) weeks before the scheduled date of the test.

I have submitted my online application & all the required documents on time, what if I am unable to view my Test Registration Card?

Test cards will be available within the application in printable form starting March 10, 2021. If any applicant is unable to view his/her Test Registration Card despite completing all the requirements then he/she can write to us at admissions@lums.edu.pk

Does LUMS accept ACT (with Essay) scores?

Yes, LUMS accepts results of the ACT (with Essay).

Can I change my Test Centre?

Test Centre can only be changed in special circumstances (provided with a reason) and the applicant must inform the Admission Office latest by February 4, 2021. No request later than the specified date will be entertained.

Is it possible to apply after the deadline? What is the late application policy?

Applications cannot be submitted after the deadline. There is no late application policy.

How do I inform about a change in the online application?

It is highly recommended to fill out the application form carefully. Changes cannot be made after the submission of online application. In sheer need an applicant can send the updated information to admissions@lums.edu.pk with the specific header "Change in Application Form".

May I appeal my admission decision or ask to have the decision explained?

The admission process is a well deliberated and thorough process. Each year we receive a large number of outstanding applications. Unfortunately, not all of them qualify because of the limited number of available seats. The decision regarding admission is final.

If your application is unsuccessful you will also receive a letter informing you of this. Due to the volume of applications the University receive, it is not possible to provide feedback on unsuccessful applications.

LUMS Financial Aid

Admission to all programmes is purely on merit and independent of students’ ability to pay the related tuition fees. Once a student has been admitted to a programme, there are several mechanisms in place to provide financial support based on need and merit. All awards are reassessed each academic year based on performance, need, available resources and prevailing University policies. LUMS is committed to providing as much financial assistance as possible within the limits of its available resources. Nevertheless, the University may not be able to meet all requests for financial assistance, and it is strongly recommended that applicants secure as much of their own funding as possible.

Several Merit and Need-Based Scholarships are available for students who meet specific criteria.

  • Need Based Tuition Fee Waiver & Loan
  • Merit Scholarship
  • National Outreach Programme
  • External Scholarships
  • International Students Scholarship
School
Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering
Department
Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
Requirements

135-138 Credit Hours

Meet the Faculty

  • Dr Adnan Khan
    Dean OSA
  • Dr Abdul Bais
    Visiting Associate Professor
  • Mr Abdul Wahab Malik
    Teaching Fellow
  • Dr Adam Zaman Chaudhry
    Assistant Professor
  • Mr Aeyaz Jamil Kayani
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Agha Ali Raza
    Assistant Professor
  • Mr Ahmed Umer Ashraf
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Ali Ashher Zaidi
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Ali Jawaid
    Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Dr Ali Rauf
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Amer Rasheed
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Amir Faisal
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Ammar Ahmed Khan
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Arif Zaman
    Professor Emeritus
  • Dr Asim Karim
    Professor
  • Dr Asma Rashid Butt
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Ata Ulhaq
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Aziz Mithani
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Basit Shafiq
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Basit Yameen
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Faheem Hassan Akhtar
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Falak Sher
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Fiaz Ahmad Chaudhry
    Professor and Werner-Von-Siemens Chair
  • Dr Ghayoor Abbas Chotana
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Habib-ur- Rehman
    Associate Professor
  • Mr Hafiz Muhammad Afzal
    Teaching Fellow
  • Dr Haniya Azam
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Hassan Abbas Khan
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Hassan Jaleel
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Hassan Mohy Ud Din
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Ihsan Ayyub Qazi
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Ijaz Haider Naqvi
    Associate Professor
  • Dr ImdadUllah Khan
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Imran Anwar
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Imran Naeem
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Irshad Hussain
    Professor
  • Dr Junaid Haroon Siddiqui
    Associate Professor
  • Mr Kamran Rashid
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Khurram Bashir
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Maryam Mustafa
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Mashood Nasir
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Masood Hussain Shah
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Mian Muhammad Awais
    Professor
  • Dr Mobin Javed
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Mohammad Jahangir Ikram
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Momin Ayub Uppal
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Mudassar Razzaq
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Adeel Ahmed Pasha
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Afzal
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Awais Bin Altaf
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Faheem
    Adjunct Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Fareed Zaffar
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Faryad
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Hamad Alizai
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Imran Cheema
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Saeed
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Shoaib
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Shoaib
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Tahir
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Tariq
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Usman
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Muhammad Zaheer
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Murtaza Taj
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Nadeem Ahmad Khan
    Associate Professor
  • Mr Nauman Ahmad Zaffar
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Nauman Raza
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Nauman Zafar Butt
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Naveed Arshad
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Naveed Ul Hassan
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Qasim Imtiaz
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Rafi Ullah
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Raheel Zafar
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Rahman Shah Zaib Saleem
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Rizwan Khalid
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Rofice Dickson
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Safee Ullah Chaudhary
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Samir Muzaffar Iqbal
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Ms Sana Ahmad Minhas
    Teaching Fellow
  • Dr Shafay Shamail
    Director OSPR
  • Dr Shaheen Nazir
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Shaheena Bashir
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Shahid Masud
    Professor
  • Dr Shaper Mirza
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Shaukat Naaman Goderya
    Adjunct Professor
  • Dr Suleman Shahid
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Sultan Sial
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Syed Moeez Hassan
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Syed Shahzad ul Hussan
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Tajdar Mufti
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Tariq Mahmood Jadoon
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Tauqeer Abbas
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Tayyab Imran
    Adjunct Associate Professor
  • Mr Wajih Ul Hassan
    Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Dr Wala Salem Mustafa Saadeh
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Waqas Ali Azhar
    Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr Wasif Tanveer Khan
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Zafar Ayyub Qazi
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Zahra Lakdawala
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr Zartash Afzal Uzmi
    Associate Professor
  • Dr Zubair Khalid
    Assistant Professor