Department of Business Administration endeavors to develop human resources for leadership positions in the field of management and entrepreneurship. The aim is achieved by selecting the best students with a burning desire in life to achieve success in the field of management.

The curricula are according to the needs and demands of the modern business and management world. The Faculty aims at inculcating the values necessary to meet the challenges of globalization and orientations to find indigenous and low cost solutions for the problems being faced by emerging countries like Pakistan.

The faculty of Management sciences ensures that all the degrees help future managers learn management skills ranging from leadership to team working and coaching for future planning. Major strength of the faculty is the corporate university environment. The faculty also aims at developing entrepreneurial and managerial resource planning and human relationship skills in collaborations with Information Technology, Health and Education Departments. All opportunities of collaboration and strategic alliances with other universities, institutions, industry, public sector organizations, and international organizations for the development of management training programs are availed to meet the objectives.

The department of business administration will uphold the following university values:

  • Excellence – delivering the highest standards and rewarding excellence

  • Innovation – developing and incorporating new ideas and ways of operating

  • Enterprise- being resourceful, entrepreneurial and nurturing talent

  • Equality – promoting inclusivity and valuing diversity

  • Social responsibility – ensuring the understanding and care of people and stewardship of environmental and public resources

The department believes in the development of individual potential and leadership. By being research informed, the faculty lays value on critical engagement and robust analysis. Whether through individual or organizational engagement, it is insisted that all aspects of activity should be sustainable and responsible. Equality, inclusivity and celebration of diversity are foundations for all that is done and given expression in wholehearted commitment to the quality of the student experience. The Teaching Staff is equally central to the commitment made for quality of the student experience to society. Respect for each other as equals and confidence in colleagues’ professional abilities to achieve the faculty’s ambitions remains the standing principle. As part of this strategy we are continually developing new state-of the art facilities for staff and students alike.

Empowerment, transparency and trust underpin the entire faculty of Management Sciences’ internal and external relationships and all staff is given the scope to practice and excel in their area of competency. The environment of the Faculty is characterized by active facilitation, co-ordination and co-operation to achieve academic excellence. 

Objective & Learning Outcomes

The graduates of Business Administration programs will exhibit the following:

        Corporate Exposure 

  • Application: (demonstrate) one can apply functional and foundational concepts to think critically and solve business problems in curricular and co- curricular situations.

  • Functional interdependence: demonstrate an understanding of the interdependencies among business functions and processes. 

  • Interface with society: Demonstrate understanding of how economic, legal and regulatory, political, social, technical, environmental, and competitive forces (local, regional, global) impact business and vice versa.

        Creative Thinking

  • Opportunity recognition: articulate ways to turn situations and problems into business or personal opportunities.

  • Creativity: recognize when creative thinking is appropriate in a problem solving process and generate novel solutions to problems or new ways to respond to opportunities.

        Effective Communication Skills

  • Writing: produce quality business documents that exhibit competence in content, organization and clarity, quality, and referencing.

  • Presenting: develop and make quality business presentations that exhibit competence in content, listening, media, non-verbal presentation skills, organization and clarity, and verbal presentation skills.

  • Informal communication: communicate effectively in curricular or co-curricular small group situations.