The Faculty of Management Sciences was established in 1985 with a major goal to serve local needs by producing graduates in office administrative and general management. At that time, only diploma degrees were offered. In 1988, the Faculty of Management Sciences began to offer four-year bachelor’s degree programs in Business Administration. Later, in 1990, after having worked collaboratively with other Rajabhat Institutes and the Science and Technology Institute of Canada, the faculty offered a range of courses including Business Economics and Communication Arts. In 2003, the Faculty began a master’s degree program. The next year, the faculty changed its academic management system and classified programs into three main departments: Economics and Business Administrations, Finance and Accountancy, and Communication Arts. At the same time, the Faculty initiated a program called “Executive Business Administration” (Ex.B.A.). The Faculty has continuously expanded its richness and variety of sciences in order to better serve the business and industry sectors of the country.
Currently, the Faculty of Management Sciences offers eight programs at the undergraduate level and one program at the postgraduate level.