The Department offers undergraduate and graduate programs leading to B.S., MBA, M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
The main objective of the programs is to develop the skills required to confront the challenges of a changing world. The successful managers of the future should be able to cope with the complexities of change and an economic environment which is best characterized by keen competition. Thus contemporary business education does not only include teaching the techniques of the profession, but aims at developing a vision, flexibility and adaptability to new situations.
The programs' emphasis is on analytical methods and problem solving rather than a mere description of existing practices. Participative learning is emphasized through case analyses, term projects, simulation and classroom discussions. Computer applications, quantitative analysis and behavioral sciences are integrated into the programs to provide for quantitative and qualitative aspects of management with an emphasis on the former. The graduates are equipped with knowledge, skills and analytical thinking necessary to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the enterprises that they will serve.