School of Business and Economics
The School of Business and Economics was initially established as the School of Human Resource Development, Business, and Economics in May 2007, but adopted the current name in September 2011 following a reorganization of Schools intended to improve efficiency and The School offers 1 Ph.D., 2 Masters, 5 Undergraduate, 3 Diploma and 2 Certificate Programmes in two Departments – Business Management and Economics – in the areas of Business Management, Human Resource Management, Economics, Agricultural Economics, and Hotel and Hospitality Management. The School also offers short tailor-made training courses and consultancy services on request. The Department of Business Management offers Ph.D. in Business Management; Master Philosophy in Human Resource Development; Master of Business Management (MBM); Bachelor of Business Management (BBM); Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management; and Bachelor of Hotel and Hospitality Management; Diploma in Business Management; Diploma in Human Resource Management; Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Management; Certificate in Business Management; Certificate in Human Resource Management and Certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Management Programmes. The Department of Economics offers a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics & Resource Management Programmes. The School is in the process of developing innovative market-driven Certificate, Diploma Undergraduate programmes in Business Management & Information Technology and Entrepreneurship & Project Management. All the programmes are geared to strengthen the business leadership capacity of the students.
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