Message from The Dean of Dahban Campus
I am pleased to welcome you all to the College of Business and Administration (CBA). CBA is recognized for its quality education and excellent reputation in the industry. 85% of our graduates get their job offer during their cooperative training period. Our programs are accredited from the National Center for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA). Also, CBA is accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Moreover, CBA is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the EFMD Global Network Association. CBA has indeed proven to be one of the outstanding business colleges in Saudi Arabia.
Since its inception in 2000, CBA always offered programs that are needed in the job markets. Students right now have the choice to join eight outstanding undergraduate programs: Accounting, Finance, human resources management, management information system, supply chain Management, insurance and risk management and retail management. CBA has strived to provide exceptional learning opportunities and necessary soft skills that are needed to excel as we prepare students for their careers.
In addition to our renowned bachelor’s degrees, CBA has 6 excellent master’s degrees: An Executive MBA, MSc in Accounting, MSc in Finance, MSc in Supply Chain Management, MSc in Marketing, MSc in Human Resources Management assured and reviewed by Western Michigan University. These programs have specifically being introduced to raise and improve higher education and to meet the market needs. Our students and faculty come from different countries and diverse backgrounds, a phenomenon that contributes to a dynamic cultural diversity while consciously maintaining the traditions and customs of this country and its people. Such diversity contributes to expanding the knowledge base and promotes creative thinking.
I am inviting you to browse our website and encourage you to learn more about CBA distinguished programs and facilities.
Dr. Hatem Akeel,
Dean of College of Business Administration.