Business Administration students at CMU-Q learn quantitative decision-making, our pioneering approach to undergraduate business education. With an emphasis on analytics and leadership development, students are prepared for the challenges of the global business landscape.
As a Business Administration student, you will study the functional areas of business: economics, mathematics, computing, and communications. You will also explore a second field with a required minor, and delve into at least one concentration area:
- Business analytics
- Business technology
- Economics, markets, and strategy
- International business
- leadership and organizational effectiveness
- Operations management
Through project courses, internships, and leadership development activities, you will put into practice the knowledge you learn in the classroom.
Most students pursue internships in organizations around Qatar, applying the knowledge they learn in the classroom to real-world scenarios.
What will I do with my degree?
Graduates in business administration are highly sought after and pursue careers as analysts, strategic consultants and managers in the fields of investment banking, corporate finance and management consulting.
Business administration students can put their theoretical knowledge into practice through internships in industry and government.Learn more
Business administration students at CMU-Q can choose from an extensive slate of academic enrichment opportunities that enhance their work in the classroom.Learn more
General Education includes mandatory and elective classes in a wide range of academic areas, including Arabic, architecture, chemistry, design, English, history, math and physics.Learn more
Meet the team
Serkan AkgucAssistant Teaching Professor, Finance
Nahan ArifTeaching Assistant, Business Administration
Milton CofieldDistinguished Service Professor, Business Management
Fuad FarooqiArea Head, Business Administration
Associate Teaching Professor, Finance
Agustín IndacoAssistant Teaching Professor of Economics
Cecile Le RouxAssistant Teaching Professor, Organization and Behavior
Arsal Ismail MalikLaboratory Manager, Business Administration
Patrick McGinnisAssociate Head, Business Administration
Distinguished Career Professor, Business Communication
John O'BrienSenior Associate Dean, Faculty and Outreach
Associate Professor, Accounting and Experimental Economics