Economics and Business Studies

POSEABLE MAGAZINE

Academic Year 2016-17

Overview

The Economics and Business Studies Department is a prestigious department of Mazoon College. Department offers one Master’s program, five Bachelor’s programs and two Associate/Diploma programs. Details of the programs and affiliations are as followings

Name of Program

Affiliate/Cooperation University

Master’s Program

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

With specialization in

  1. Financial Management
  2. Marketing Management
  3. Human Resource Development
  4. Information Technology

 

 

Banasthali University, India

Bachelor’s Programs

Bachelors of Science in Business Administration

With Minor in  - Marketing         -Finance

 

 

Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

 

Bachelor Degree in Economics

With Minor in - International Economics   - Energy Economics

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Bachelor of Science in

 Organizational Leadership and Supervision

 

Purdue University Northwest, USA

Bachelor Of Arts In Business With A Major In Entrepreneurship

Associate/ Diploma Programs

Associate Degree in Business Administration

 

Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

Associate Degree in Accounting

 

Mission

The mission of the Economics and Business Studies Department is to educate a cadre of dynamic and enterprising graduates and post graduates with requisite academic knowledge which will enable them to serve efficiently in public and private sectors locally, regionally and internationally. The department is committed to fostering an active learning-centered environment to provide high quality education in tune with the growing academic needs of Omani students.

Graduate Attributes

  • Competent in their field of endeavor
  • Acquire essential disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge
  • Adept at applying the attained competencies and knowledge at workplace
  • Culturally and inter-culturally effective communicators
  • Develop effective skills in communicating with others in English
  • Build pragmatic knowledge of interacting with others in culturally diverse environments
  • Critical thinkers and problem solvers
  • Capable of exercising critical thinking techniques to solve problems in varied situations
  • Aware of local problems and capable of conducting relevant and quality research projects
  • Socially responsible
  • Develop personal integrity and professional ethics
  • Engage in contributing to the welfare of community and nation
  • Economically aware
  • Mindful of fundamental and contemporary economic issues
  • Aware of labor market requirements at local, regional, and international levels

Department’s Goals and Objectives

Goals and objectives that support the mission of the department are:

Goal 1. To provide quality instruction by ensuring that teaching and learning processes meet the requirements of effectiveness, efficiency, and appropriateness. This goal is accomplished by

  • Imparting quality education.
  • Making use of effective teaching methodologies and pedagogical techniques
  • Recruiting qualified and committed teaching staff
  • Placing students in decision-making roles, case studies and role-playing.

Goal 2. To offer an academically strong program which prepare students for careers in the workplace locally and internationally. This goal is achieved by

  • Maintaining a curriculum that is current and complete,
  • Developing new programs as per the regional market requirements
  • Increasing student exposure to unique and challenging problems in the modern omani environment,
  • Promoting peer discussions and vigorous exchange of ideas on subjects pertinent to contemporary practices.

Goal 3. To ensure that students receive an integrated learning experience which meet with the requirements of the marketplace and the responsibilities of citizenship. This goal is attained by

  • Strengthening recruiting efforts of the department to attract new faculty members who support the values and standards of world-class education;
  • Constantly monitoring students’ satisfaction levels through end-of-semester surveys;
  • Developing curricula so that they reflect demands of the marketplace, are compatible with the visionary identity of the college, and provide significant real world exposure through project work.

 

Faculty Members

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

Ext. No.

Email

1

Dr. Owais Husain

HoD/ Assistant Professor

331

hodbus@mazcol.edu.om

2

Dr. Aisha Salim Al-Araimi

Assistant Professor

355

aisha.alaraimi@mazcol.edu.om

3

Dr. Zaheer A. Khan

Assistant Professor

313

zaheer.khan@mazcol.edu.om

4

Dr. Sohel Ahmed

Assistant Professor

355

sohel.ahmed@mazcol.edu.om

5

Dr. Sarfaraz Javed

Assistant Professor

355

sarfaraz.javed@mazcol.edu.om

6

Dr. Sushmita Dey

Assistant Professor

355

sushmita.dey@mazcol.edu.om

7

Mr. I. Sarvathullah Khan

Lecturer

313

inayathullah.khan@mazcol.edu.om

8

Ms. Soofi Qudsia

Lecturer

355

soofi.nazneen@mazcol.edu.om

9

Mr. Ihsan Ashiq

Coordinator/ Lecturer

313

ihsan.ashiq@mazcol.edu.om

10

Mr. Tahir Daud

Lecturer

313

tahir.daud@mazcol.edu.om

11

Ms. Muna Muhammad Al- Mukhaini

Lecturer

355

muna.almukhaini@mazcol.edu.om

12

Ms. Faiza Amir

Lecturer

313

faiza.amir@mazcol.edu.om