Business Administration Department

Vision

Our vision is to provide an intellectually encompassing and comprehensive education that meets the needs of today’s global business environment and empowers students to meet tomorrow’s rapidly changing demands.

Mission

Our mission is to provide students with quality education through our elite faculty and educational resources. In pursuing our mission, we:

A. Maintain quality academic programs that promote students success in their chosen careers that contribute
     to the development of their communities.
B. Support and expect faculty engagement in applied business and professional activities that complement
     the Faculty’s academic commitment to its students, the region, and beyond.


Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

1. Knowledge and Understanding:

(K1)    Demonstrate key knowledge and skills in business related disciplines.
(K2)    Recognize the basic and foundation
 subjects relevant to Business Administration.
(K3)    Describe the various theories and models to business and management.
           This will be reinforced through case studies and assignments.
(K4)    Demonstrate awareness of ethical and global issues. 

2.Intellectual Skills:

(I1) Develop analytical skills.
(I2) Develop decision making skills. 
(I3) Develop effective communication skills.
(I4) Develop negotiation skills.
(I5) Analyze management organizational and human resource planning.
(I6) Explain conceptual foundations needed to manage successfully in today’s environment. 
(I7) Apply creative and critical thinking in solving business related problems.
(I8) Building the ability to make comparisons between different management fields.
(I9) Synthesize coherent arguments from a range of business and management theories
.

3. Practical and Professional Skills:

(P1) Apply theoretical knowledge to actual business situations.
(P2) Perform critical assessment, evaluation, application and decision making capabilities
        in every subject / discipline.
(P3) Formulate and implement strategies.
(P4) Evaluate and apply the quantitative methods in business analysis.
(P5) Handle available resources and put it in  proper use for  practical applications.
(P6) Combines academic rigor with practical relevance for real world application. 

 

4.General and Transferable Skills:

        (G1) Communicate verbally.
        (G2) Deliver Presentations on various business topics.
        (G3) Analyze Data in an organized form.

Degrees Offered by the Program

BBA in Management
BBA in Marketing
BBA in Banking and Finance
BBA in Hospitality and Tourism Management
BBA in Management Information Systems
MSc in Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
MBA in Supply Chain Management (MBA-SCM)
PhD in Business Administration
Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA)