College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences

College of Administrative and Financial Sciences


The MBA program helps to reinforce leaners’ skills in business and in administration and to develop the administrative skills relevant to the changing dynamic work environment. The program is designed to meet the needs of professional career in business administration.

The program asserts the involvement of learners’ in a new mode of learning and achievement based on a blended mode (traditional and distance learning) covering a wide range of employment domains such as strategic administration and world economy, work ethics, electronic world commerce, and more.

Department of Business Administration Head's Word

In the name of God, the most gracious, the most merciful.

We praise God, and seek His help and guidance, pray, and greet the most honorable of creation and messengers, our prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.

Management science is applied to all aspects of our lives to achieve desired goals. Therefore, the Department of Business Administration at the College of Administrative and Financial Sciences focuses on theoretical fundamentals and updated global practices, which in turn refine students’ skills and develop their knowledge by qualifying students to contribute, innovate, and develop in the field of business administration with its theory and classifications that are included in the business administration program. Starting from the fundamentals of administration through projects management, operations management, developing strategies, and tools to help in marketing science practices, and do not forget quality control and behaviors that must be followed inside and outside organizations, whether profit or non-profit organizations. Finally, the program includes technology management and knowledge management to make the appropriate decisions and use its tools. Also, how to manage small businesses and entrepreneurship within their various types, due to the importance of those topics correlated to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and its impact on the local economy.

        The (MBA) program contains 12 courses, 3 credit hours for each course spread over 4 semesters.

  The program is only offered in English.

Coding ​ Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite​
First Academic Year - First Semester
ECN500 Global Economics 3
RES 500 Academic Writing and Research Skills 3
FIN500 Principles of Finance 3
Total 9
First Academic Year - Second Semester
MGT560 Leadership Development 3 ECN500+RES500
MGT520 Managing Performance for Results 3 ECN500+RES500
MGT510 Strategy Planning 3 ECN500+RES500
Total 9
Second Academic Year - Third Semester
ACT500 Managerial Accounting 3 ECN500+RES500
MGT521 Managing Dynamic Environment 3 ECN500+RES500
MGT530 Operation Management 3 ECN500+RES500
Total 9
Second Academic Year - Fourth Semester
ECOM500 Business and IT 3
MGT 675 Research Project 3 Completion of 27 hours
MGT672 Decision Theory within the Global Marketplace 3
Total 9
To view the study plan files

The revised plan (starting on the academic year 2024 Click Here