Today's rapidly changing world calls for a new kind of "business leader." As national boundaries blur and a global business community emerges, contemporary organizations must have leaders who are well educated and supplied with a broad and global business perspective in order to succeed. These leaders must be able to understand, communicate, and apply relevant business principles and practices within an environment of rapidly changing technological complexity. The future will belong to young leaders only if they have the tools to visualise and plan that future. They should also be equipped with analytical skills and state-of-the-art management know-how. The curriculum of the Management Department is designed to meet these demands and challenges with its strong foundation courses as well as a rich array of electives, all of which are taught by internationally-recognized faculty.
The program includes basic courses in administrative sciences, management, marketing, economics, mathematics, finance, and accounting. Students can take related courses from other departments. Furthermore, the program offers courses such as management theories, production management, strategic marketing, advertising and finance to meet the demands of the modern business world. The minimum graduation requirement is 131 credit hours.