Suleman Dawood School of Business
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The school's curriculum was designed in partnership with Harvard Business School and the University of Western Ontario (UWO). The school offers full-time MBA, a week-end Executive MBA, a course-based PhD Management and Bachelor's programmes with management and Finance, and Management Science. The current dean of the school is Dr. Jawad Syed (PhD, Macquarie).
As of 2016, the school is home to 23 doctorate students.
The university offers the following majors for undergraduate program:
- Accounting and Finance
- Management Sciences
Along with the following programs:
- Executive MBA
- PhD Management
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