College of Business Administration

College of Business Administration

The College of Business Administration (CBA) aims to provide quality education and rigorous scientific research in business in engaging academic environment and collaborative social partnership. CBA is home to more than 2,121 students across five programs that include: Administration, Accounting, Management information systems, Marketing and Law. Our faculty consists of more than 72 members across different academic ranks and disciplines; and 29 scholars pursuing their graduate studies  overseas. CBA entertains a collegial environment that allow our diverse faculty to work collaboratively in designing and promoting our programs and curricular. CBA is also a house of five consultancy offices that provide its services to public and private institutions. To achieve universal recognition, CBA currently entertains academic partnerships with eminent accreditation bodies such as NCAAA and AACSB. We aspire to assume a leading position among other business schools at the local and regional levels.

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Department of Management Information Systems

Department of Management Information Systems

About

The Department was established in 1430 (2009) in order to provide capable graduates that are demanded in the recent international and domestic complexity of business development where IT has developed in order to organize and systemize information for managerial decision making.

Message

Conducting continuously improving quality education in the field of MIS to students in order to supply outstanding graduates through engagement in scholarly scientific research in contemporary MIS issues and providing community services.

Objectives

  • Graduating students who will have various skills necessary to work in a vibrant, technologically advanced and international business environment.

  • Developing an ability to integrate management information systems concepts with other business disciplines;

  • Acquiring the ability to do research and analysis through use of traditional and electronic sources.

Programs

The MIS department contains only one program which is Management Information System

Academic Consulting

In their course of study, students are required to pass all exams.  Any student scoring less than 60% in any course is regarded as fail and students are expected to retake the course in order to pass in the course and to improve their GPA.  Students are assigned to their respective academic advisors so that they would be guided and advised which courses they have to take or retake.

Academic counseling and advising is a continuous procedure in the MIS Program.  Each faculty member has office hours besides his/her lecture hours that are posted on the door of the respective office. Students are notified about the office, means of contact and communication, etc. in the first week of every semester.  Students have free access to personally meet and discuss their academic issues, problems in courses, registration problems, etc. 

Moreover, the faculty members contribute also tostudent development by providing advises on ethical behavior and mentoring students about their future career.

Academic Accreditation

The Department Accreditation Committee handles issues of program quality and liaises with Department Curriculum Review Committee. They might jointly hold periodic meetings to discuss issues of quality.

Contact us

Dr. Badawe Osman Mohamed

bfadelkarim@bu.edu.sa