The Department of Business Administration is to provide 4 year-undergraduate education. The Department started enrolling students in the academic year of 1993-1994. Today, the department also offers Masters Degree with thesis, Masters Degree without thesis, Distant Education Masters Degree without thesis, Executive Business Administration Degree without thesis and also PhD programs in the fields of marketing, management & organization, accounting & finance and operations management. Besides, the department offers 30% of classes in the undergraduate curriculum in English.
Business administration degree programs prepare students to excel after graduation, with instruction that includes both concrete principles and experiential learning. The curriculum provides the skills and knowledge necessary for a successful career in business and management. Graduates of the department work in a wide‑variety of job titles in both state and private sectors.
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