The Department of Business Management aims at preparation of undergraduates and graduates for a wide range of management careers in industry, commerce, and public service. The Department particularly focuses on the increasingly important role that information handling and technology has in management sciences.
“We share the mission of Department of Management Sciences to produce influential contributors within the global context to lead business and society ethically”.
“The Department of Management Sciences is committed to evolving as a place of transformational learning experiences, inscribing knowledge to produce managers of change based on values and to imprint positive impact on society for greater good”.
Undergraduate and graduate programs at the Department of Business Management thus equips with a strong foundation and comprehensive understanding of business practices that can lead to professional recognition, advancement and higher income potential. Our program will provide the edge needed to advance in career as diversified and innovative change and business managers leaders.
1- To equip students with analytical tools required for business management in today’s highly competitive uncertain dynamic business environment.
2- To provide opportunity to students to explore business world by enabling them to make optimal career decisions via strategic planning.
3- To enable the students to have practical knowledge and critical understanding to analyze the particular problems related to business and their solutions.
4- To provide student an interactive learning environment to build the conceptual understanding of the subject/ module through practical examples role play class discussions to promote learning culture.
5- To enable students to enhance their research qualities in order to make students to excel academically and to contribute to the nation-building process.
6- To develop skills and expertise among students to be a good team player with learning flexibility and adaptation to achieve strategic business goals and objectives.
1-Mr. Jawad Yousuf Assistant Professor
2-Mr. M Umar Qayyum Butt Senior Lecturer
3-Ms. Sunnia Farrukh Lecturer