Gulf Colleges for Administrative Sciences and Humanities offer a Bachelor of Business Administration program for high school graduates to serve the community and meet the needs of the labor market. The Department of Business Administration includes six sub-tracks that are taught regularly, and they are as follows:

The duration of study in the program is four years at eight levels with a credit-hour system, and the number of program hours is (132 hours).


The Department of Business Administration was established at the Gulf Colleges for Administrative and Human Sciences in Hafr Al-Batin Governorate to provide the labor market with cadres specialized in business administration, by working to provide the student with knowledge and skills related to administrative functions so that he masters administrative work and management basics in addition to the financial and accounting aspects and the use of computers in business management. Where the student is trained on the concepts of administrative leadership, marketing, control, methods of scientific research and the interpretation and management of phenomena that deal with this field, the department also includes faculty members who strive for excellence and continuous development in the academic and administrative aspects.

the message:

Providing an educational service that contributes to building the integrated personality of the graduates, through a competitive academic system, and within a framework of professional responsibility and community partnership.


Knowledge: The graduate has a comprehensive, integrated and systematic knowledge of the field of business administration, and the basic principles and theories related to that field. He is familiar with the knowledge and theories in other scientific fields related to his field, and is familiar with other related professional fields Cognitive skills: The graduate can conduct investigations and understand new information, concepts, and evidence. It applies the findings to a wide range of management issues and problems with little guidance. He is able to use the usual procedural methods appropriately while identifying situations that require finding innovative solutions and responding in a manner based on his relevant theoretical and practical background. Interpersonal skills and the ability to take responsibility: Uses the usual procedures in professional programs appropriately and can benefit from relevant theoretical and practical ideas in identifying cases that require innovative solutions. Communication skills and the use of information technology and numerical skills: Identifies the relevant statistical and mathematical methods when studying administrative and organizational issues and problems, and applies them creatively in interpreting information and proposing solutions. Communicates effectively orally and in writing in business organizations, selecting and using appropriate presentation formats for different managerial and organizational issues and for different audiences.