Our BA program in Management aims to provide a solid grounding in management knowledge and skills that will enable students to attain any institutional targets set before them effectively and efficiently. Students who have successfully completed their studies are going to be involved in value production processes in many different areas of life. How to create strong and sustainable financial and administrative structures? How to find the necessary resources, including especially the funding and human resources needed to reach institutional or organizational objectives — and how to use them properly and effectively? Our BA graduates have to be able to solve these and similar problems in the course of their professional work. To that end, our permanent, leading- edge academic staff are going to be joined by active professionals in organization, investment, planning, production, auditing, accounting, finance, human resources, purchasing or sales and marketing so as to produce young managers with employable skills and knowledge. This is value-based education that is valid worldwide.

The Management BA is taught in English. A year of foreign language prep (if necessary) is followed by four years (or eight semesters) of
the BA itself, taken up by a curriculum comprising 43 term-courses worth 147 credits. During their first year students follow IHU’s own liberal arts core curriculum a set package of twelve courses covering the fundamentals of the social sciences. But they also take
introductory courses in Management and Mathematics. In their second year, the menu switches to a group of required courses dealing
with basic concepts and methods in management, organization, accounting, finance, marketing, and production. Then over their third and fourth years, students are introduced to a variety of electives relevant for their intended specializations.

The Management BA at Ibn Haldun is likely to be an excellent choice for people who want to (a) seek employment in management, finance,
accounting or marketing for private sector institutions; (b) similarly, work in various public institutions that deal with economic
policies and practices; (c) have the entrepreneurial spirit to launch their own production or service startups; (d) want to undertake research or academic work in business administration, management, finance or marketing; (e) are dynamic and result-oriented, and love
working with people, taking risks, competing, learning and developing all the time.