Undergraduate Programs

Postgraduate Programs

Non Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

BBA (Accounting)
Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Specialized in Accounting is designed to provide a solid background in the application of accounting practices together with the knowledge and skills on business fundamentals. Students in the Faculty of Management and Finance, at the end of their third-year second-semester, can opt to enroll in this program provided that they have met the selection criteria stipulated by the Department of Accounting and Finance.
BBA (Entrepreneurship)
All students enrolled in the Faculty of Management and Finance is required to follow a common curriculum in first five semesters. The common program is intended to provide a thorough understanding of basic concepts in all functional areas in Business Management with a view to give them an opportunity to make better-informed choice of the specialization area for the last three semesters of the degree program.
BBA (Human Resource Management)
The Department aims to create highly employable HRM graduates that are equipped with a comprehensive mix of knowledge, skills and competencies at the cutting edge of current best practices in the field of HRM. All students enrolled in the Faculty of Management and Finance is required to follow a common curriculum in first five semesters.
BBA (Marketing)
The essence of every business is to procure, maintain and retain customers. The marketing function in every business has always been concerned with understanding and delivering value to customers. As such, it has had to reinvent itself frequently to keep up with new technologies and changing customer expectations in the face of increased global competition and a flattening world.

Postgraduate Programs

PBDA/MBA
The PDBA/MBA program is designed to provide a systematic exposition in advanced management education for managers practicing at executive level and for candidates seeking academic achievements. In particular the program focuses on the development of managerial thinking.

Non Degree Programs

Diploma in Marketing
The essence of every business is to procure, maintain and retain customers. The marketing function has always been concerned with understanding and delivering value to customers. As such, it has had to reinvent itself frequently to keep up with new technologies and changing customer expectations in the face of increased global competition and a flattening world.
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