(ii) equip students of Business Administration with the skills needed for recognizing and defining problems and taking appropriate decisions, using scientific techniques and tools;
(iii) inculcate in the student, an awareness of and sensitivity to environmental factors and conditions, and their impact on managerial/administrative practice and decisions,
(iv) develop the leadership and interpersonal skills needed for working in organizations;
(v) develop a knowledge and understanding of the concepts, problems and practice of management;
(vi) equip students with a thorough knowledge and understanding of the responsibilities typically exercised within management, marketing, operation, and personnel functions; and
(vii) develop clear principles and values to guide ethical conduct both at the corporate level and at the level of the individual manager.
Do have a wonderful time as you surf other areas of the department.
Dr. G. K. Olorunleke
Ag. Head of Department.