School of Business

Why Business Administration? 

Our curriculum is designed to equip students with the competencies and attitudes needed for success in the local and global workplace. It also provides the students with a unique learning experience where they can acquire different skills that help them adapt to a continuously evolving business environment.


General Business and Entrepreneurship

General Business and Entrepreneurship as a major equips the graduate with the basic skills needed for the dynamic process of creating new ventures. The major is aimed at visionary entrepreneurs in addition to those seeking a general technical background for basic business and management. In that major, students understand the different elements and actors in the entrepreneurship ecosystem and the entrepreneurship lifecycle.

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Operation Management and Supply Chains

This major is concerned with the approaches to efficiently integrate the flow of materials, finances, and information from suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers to the final customer, and back again.

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Finance is the art and science of managing money. It is concerned with the process, institutions, markets, and instruments involved in the transfer of money among individuals, businesses, and governments. It is divided into two major areas; Financial Services and Managerial Finance. Financial Services is concerned with the design and delivery of advice and financial products to individuals, businesses, and the government.

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Integrated Marketing Communications

This major provides comprehensive knowledge about marketing and communication strategies that help companies create a unified and seamless customer experience. 

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The undergraduate program in economics is a rigorous quantitative and qualitative program that enhances students’ analytical skills and critical thinking. 

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