On successful completion of our Degree programme students would:

1.0 Learn how to be a Versatile Management Graduate as well as a Good Citizen;

1.1 Recognise the existence of multiple organisational realities and managerial knowledge within  broader socio-cultural, economic and political contexts;

1.2 Gain managerial knowledge and understanding of different contexts in a changing world situations;

2.0 Learn how this knowledge and understanding can be applied in the real world situations;

3.0 Learn how state-of-the-art technology and emerging knowledge in management helps organizations to be effective and successful;

3.1 Develop transformative learning, empower to take responsibilities for learning, inspire to grow intellectually, cultivate critical thinking, provide opportunities for developing relationships, cultivate creative and innovative ideas through problem solving, clarify values, uplift the spirit and enlighten action;

3.2 Develop trust and competence to work independently;

4.0 Learn how to create new ideas and solutions in line with the local culture, history, knowledge, science, technology, resources, politics, and economics;

5.0 Develop an interest in reflective learning;

6.0 Learn diversity in learning and knowing;

7.0 Learn to understand environmental complexities and uncertainties, including integrative whole body of organizations, culminating in a detailed coverage of functional and integrative facets of organizations;

8.0 Learn to gradually develop skills and competences within a broad array of multidisciplinary and integrative perspectives;

9.0 Study in the fields and preferred concentration areas which are most relevant to understanding managerial problems in organizations and in which they have most interest by offering a range of courses within an academic framework to widen and deepen their knowledge and experience;

10.0 Benefit from exposure in carrying out interdisciplinary research through provision of close supervision that exploit the research strengths and resources of the department;

11.0 Benefit from a strong curriculum in which the design, teaching, learning, and assessment are enhanced by the collective effort of staff, students, and the business community;

12.0 Interact with staff who are positive, proactive, and dedicated and are exemplars for their students to emulate;

13.0 Maintain a required and manageable workload within the accepted guidelines and norms of the university on par with international standards;

14.0 Receive transparent and appropriate assessment of progress and grading, and feedback on individual progress;
Have access to adequate teaching and learning resources; and,

15.0 Have access to student support services especially counselling, career guidance and academic mentoring and be aware of those who provide such services within the department, faculty and the university.