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School of Business Administration
 

Departments at SBA:

The school carries out a variety of academic and professional activities through teaching, research, publication and community service that are coordinated by the Dean who is assisted by five Heads of Department.

SBA Staff:

The school carries out a variety of academic and professional activities through teaching, research, publication and community service that are coordinated by the Dean who is assisted by five Heads of Department.

SBA Programs:

SBA offers Business Administration programmes closely tailored to the market requirements. The School produces IT-savvy graduates and exceptional MBA holders inspired for a business edge.

Why Study at SBA:

The programmes offered by SBA are closely tailored to the market requirements for Business Admin graduates. The programmes entail a mix of Business Admin(with several areas of specialization), Procurement and Logistics Mgt, Office Mgt and Secretarial Studies, Taxation Mgt, Human Resource Mgt, Entrepreneurship, Professional Accounting courses and a range of Computing and IT programmes.

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Enlarge photo: Dr. Suleiman Kiggundu Building that houses the School of Business Administration.
 

Dr. Suleiman Kiggundu Building that houses the School of Business Administration.


School Vision:

To be the leader in business education
in the university sector in the Great Lakes Region.

School Mission:

To produce business graduates who are informed, and can think critically, communicate effectively, act responsibly and ethically in an increasingly challenging business environment through prudent management of academic and professional activities.

Among the six Schools of Nkumba University, the School of Business Administration (SBA) is easily recognized first, and that is because its history is closely linked to that of Nkumba College of Commerce and Advanced Studies whose preeminence countrywide and beyond was the teaching of business-related courses.

In 1969, the earlier existing Nkumba Secondary School embraced vocational training, starting with the introduction of secretarial studies. The School name was then changed to Nkumba Secondary Modern. The addition of accounting courses a little later saw the institution evolve into Nkumba College of Commerce and Advanced Studies. The College of Commerce based its academic offers on the East African Examinations for Business Studies. These examinations would enable the graduates to compete for jobs anywhere in East Africa.

By the 1980s Nkumba College of Commerce and Advanced Studies had carved an enviable name so much so that those who wished to undertake commercial studies aspired to enroll there – and then perhaps Nakawa College of Commerce. And it also explains why until now there is a lingering perception that Nkumba University conducts only commercial-related programmes.

SBA graduates are fine ambassadors beyond the gates of Nkumba University – that is, in the world of work and among prospective students.   

Added on: Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

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