Management Sciences

At the Department of Management Sciences, we believe that the reality of business and administration lies in the relationships and bonds built among human beings. Therefore, our academic programs focus upon knowledge and capacity building through fostering a positive relationship between faculty and students. We value humanity, responsibility and excellence in terms of maintaining a human-centered focus, sense of duty, and promoting quality and efforts to achieve desired outcomes.

The curricula are designed to provide the students with knowledge of and exposure to the diverse fields of business administration and management. Our faculty is committed to quality education and continuous improvement of our academic programs. It is the department policy to make links with national and international organizations to enhance our students' exposure to practical fields. We deliver quality education that inspires our students to contribute to a fair and developed society and become responsible citizens. The students in the programs are taught through lectures, discussions, seminars, conferences, workshops, and application of their knowledge in the form of projects, case studies and internships.


To strive for delivering excellence through imparting quality education, inculcating research and development culture in the discipline of management sciences empowering students to become future leaders in the community and business world.


Inspiring to create and harness knowledge through research, collaboration, innovation and industry relevant curriculum - developing people who uphold ethical norms and values and be responsible for exceptional contribution in the socio-economic uplift of society at large.

Core Values

Department of Management Sciences believes in:

  • Integrity through consistency of principles, methods, measures and actions. (Quality graduates)
  • Professionalism by exhibition and application of relevant knowledge, skills and abilities. (Academic Competency)
  • Ethics that ensure the codes of conduct are in place. (Ethical)
  • Social Responsibility as an assumed obligation for the good of society at large. (Social values)
  • Teamwork by building networks, conducting workshops, conferences and through other means. (Collaboration)
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