About the Faculty

The Council of Higher Education Resolution established Business Administration Faculty in its forty-ninth session on 29/7/1429 H. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the Prime Minister, and the President of the Council of Higher Education approved establishing it among the Faculties of Northern Border University.

Dr. Sami Sobhi Waked
Dean of Faculty of Business Administration

Vision and Mission


To become a leading and distinguished Faculty of Business Administration at the local and regional level in higher education, scientific research, and community development.


Preparing and graduating students with outstanding scientific and research abilities in a stimulating academic environment that contributes to overall development through:

  • Attracting academically distinguished faculty members. 
  • Providing accredited scientific programs of high academic quality.
  • Hiring qualified administrative staff. 
  • Carrying out scientific research that contributes to the development of society. 


The faculty of Business Administration aims to:

  • Prepare and qualify students in administrative and legal sciences with the knowledge necessary to meet the needs of the public and private sectors in the Kingdom.
  • Develop curricula according to local and global quality standards in line with changing labor market needs
  • Provide a stimulating academic environment for teaching and learning in order to prepare qualified students who can cope with the latest global technologies.
  • Develop advanced training programs that are tailored to the needs of the Kingdom's public and private sectors.
  • Attract the best academic competencies in order to upgrade the educational and research process.
  • Partner and collaborate with local, regional, and international universities and academic institutions by sharing different experiences and experiences.
  • Provide bridging bachelor's programs in various fields of administrative science.
  • Provide research, studies, and consultations to community institutions. ​

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