Department of Management Studies

Introduction

Department of Management Studies is committed to achieve academic excellence, by pursuing its mission, to produce graduates who will possess the abilities of confident managers, entrepreneurs and academicians with sound knowledge of analytical tools required for business management in today’s highly competitive world. Also it introduces the new academic programs and courses in order to meet the emerging demand of industry.

Objectives of the Department

The general mission of the department is to provide students with advanced knowledge and practical skills preparing them for high-level leadership roles in both private and public sectors.
The primary goal of the department is to provide an intellectual environment where students can develop high-level leadership and management skills. Also they understand and apply new technologies necessary for solving business problems in both the national and international level. Besides the above primary mission the department has the following objectives to pursue.

Communication Objective
Graduates will be able to effectively communicate their ideas in both written and oral form, understanding that communication is a cooperative process.

Analytical Objective
Graduates will be able to take a leadership role in the evaluation of organizational conditions using a system perspective to determine necessary actions.

Research Objective
Graduates will have strong information literacy, possessing the ability to conduct research in both print and electronic sources, synthesize and disseminate the information.

Presentation Objective
Graduates will be able to demonstrate the high-level of professionalism necessary to deliver persuasive analysis and defend and support their analysis and recommendations.

Practical Objective
Graduates will be able to bring to the job market the ability to effectively apply the acquired skills and knowledge to a leadership role in an organization.

Liberal Arts Objective
Graduates will possess broad education in culture, history, philosophy, and aesthetics in order to be fully contributing members of both their professions and their communities.

Ethical and Social Objective
Graduates will be able to demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of ethical principles at both the professional and community level.

Lifelong Learning Objective
Graduates will demonstrate a commitment to continued professional development.


Degree Programs:
  • Master of Philosophy (2-year programs, leads to 18-years education)

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Business Administration(4-year programs, leads to 16-years education)

Teaching Faculty

  1. Dr. Jawad Hussain
    Assistant Professor
    / In-Charge of the Department
    Ph.D (Marketing) Universiti Teknologi Malysia (UTM)
    jawadhussain79@gamil.com      



  2. Dr. Arshad Ali
    Associate Professor
    PhD (Accounting and Finance), University of Liverpool Management School UK
    MBA (Finance) Institute of Management Studies University of Peshawar
    arshad.ali@uom.edu.pk , Arshaduom@gmail.com



  3. Dr. Shafiq ur Rehman
    Associate Professor
    PhD (Corporate Finance), University of Liverpool, UK
    shafiquol@hotmail.com



  4. Dr.Alam Zeb
    Assistant Professor
    MPhil (Human Resource Management) University of Malakand
    PhD (Human Resource Management) IM Sciences ,Peshawar ,Pakistan



  5. Dr. Murad Ali (Study Leave)
    Assistant Professor
    PhD, Massey University, New Zealand
    muradali.uom@gmail.com




  6. Dr. Waqar Ahmad
    Assistant Professor
    PhD, University of Liverpool, UK




  7. Dr. Shabir Ahmad
    Assistant Professor
    PhD (Marketing), Chongqing University China (CQU)
    shabirhi@yahoo.com



  8. Dr. Muhammad Usman
    Lecturer
    PhD (Enterprise Management), Wuhan University of Technology (WHUT)
    mohdusman1@hotmail.com



  9. Mr. Muhammad Ayub Khan
    Lecturer
    MBA (Finance) University of Malakand (Gold Medalist)
    ayubuom2003@yahoo.com




  10. Mr. Zahid Ali (Study Leave)
    Lecturer
    MBA (Finance) Institute of Management Studies Peshawar
    zahidzady@yahoo.com




  11. Mr. Altaf Hussain (Study Leave)
    Assistant Professor
    MPhil (Human Resource Management)



  12. Mr. Aftab Muhammad
    Lecturer
    MBA (HRM) University of Peshawar
    BBA (Hons.) IBMS Peshawar
    aftab.sps39@yahoo.com




  13. Dr. Madiha Khan
    Assistant Professor
    PhD, University of Leicester, UK



  14. Dr. Nazim Ali
    Assistant Professor
    PhD, Qurtaba Univesity, Peshawar
    nazimali@uom.edu.pk




  15. Mr. Adnan Khan
    MBA (Finance) Institute of Management Studies University of Peshawar 




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