School of Business
Welcome Remarks from the Dean
Today, more than ever, we are confronted with a constant stream of changes, ideas, problems and challenges which all impact the way government and the private sector go about the chores allotted to them.Producing well-rounded graduates with the appropriate knowledge, accomplishments, and competencies is a challenge for all universities.
The School of Business and Administration’s role is to train exceptional public administrators, directors and leaders who can be part of the answer.The aim of our program is to set the standard for quality. Our curriculum is a careful blend of theory and practice and gives a foundational knowledge base of each of the disciplines before specialized skills, tools, and techniques can be explored. The curriculum aims at producing graduates with advanced analytical and conceptual capabilities. The academic staff within the School of Business and Administration has extensive theoretical and practical experience in their respective fields of specialties. The School of Business and Administration is continually evolving to meet the growing needs of students by creating new programs.
I invite you to browse our website and learn more about the opportunities offered through the School of Business and Administration. Whether you are interested in pursuing a short course, a diploma or a bachelor’s degree I am confident you will find a home away from home at LivingStone International University.
|Profile of the Dean||Other courses attended|
|Name: CPA Chris Masakala|
Position:Dean of the School of Business and Administration
Uganda Martyrs University
Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda
|Uganda Diploma in Business Studies (UDBS)
Higher Diploma in Professional Management (UK)
Contacts: +256 794518989 / +256702309508
Mission and Vision of the School of Business Administration
To equip Christ-centered leaders with relevant business, management and leadership skills so they can be salt and light in their place of work.
To be the best Christian School of Business and Administration in Africa.
In line with the LIU’s philosophy the School of Business and Administration is committed to the following:
- Providing students with the highest standard of Business and Administration training
- Running and maintaining a holistic course of study that stands witness to the Kingdom of God with emphasis on transforming the professionals
- Maintaining a culturally relevant world-class curriculum
- Creating and sustaining meaningful dialogue between the academy, the professions and the wider society
- Providing various modes and levels of learning and curriculum delivery systems to address the diverse learning needs in the profession and the larger society
- Acquiring and using new initiatives and innovations relevant to the current business environment
- Creating strategic partnerships and efficient teams in response to professional grooming needs
Objectives ofthe School of Business and Administration
The School of Business and Administration is dynamic and employs academic staff who are at the top of their respective fields.We teach a diverse and successful portfolio of short course certificates, diplomas and undergraduate courses. The School of Business and Administration is one of the largest faculties at LIU, with many undergraduate students currently registered.
In order to achieve the above mentioned objectives, we are offering the following programs:
- Diploma in Business Administration
- Bachelor of Business Administration
Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Business Administration. Duration: 3 years
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) at LIU offers a unique approach to business training in view of the current challenges in the business industry. Our graduates have the competitive advantage to work with national and international organizations in wide-ranging fields.
How to apply: Ugandan applicants
Applicants should hold at least
(b) Diploma from a recognized institution of higher learning in any field or its equivalence
(c) A Pass in Mature Age Examination
Applicants must have qualifications that are equivalent to two A-level principal passes
The BBA curriculum is designed to offer an effective integration of practical skill and industry experience well backed by theoretical knowledge in key aspects of business. First, we have qualified staff with unique perspectives to offer in the field of business. In addition, we believe that LIU’s strategy of liberal arts education with an emphasis on ethics and values will produce business leaders who are uniquely equipped to operate in a global market.
The BBA programme provides business education based on integrity and Christian values that will produce ethical, empowered and employable individuals. It is designed not only to give students knowledge in the area of business, but also to produce an all-round individual who has the ability to work and adapt in the ever-changing world. The BBA program, thus exposes students to a variety of core subjects but also allows them to gain knowledge in various other disciplines within and related to their academic area.
The programme offers a range of academically balanced courses to meet the requirements of an all-round business manager. The courses of study are dynamic, so as to keep pace with the rapidly evolving environment of business, management in the service, production, technology and commodity sectors. The degree also develops the student’s practical management skills, technological skills, communication skills and business decision-making capability. The program thus incorporates training and practical experience, in the form of case studies, projects, presentations, guided internships, industrial visits, and mentorship by faculty and experts from the industry.
|SEMESTER ONE||SEMESTER TWO|
|Foundations of Business||Fundamentals of Accounting|
|Business Economics||Business Law|
|Computer Literacy||Principles of Management|
|Communication Skills||Life of Christ|
|Introduction to Science and University Studies||Business Information Technology|
|Introduction to Bible||Introduction to Psychology|
Programme Structure: Year Two
|SEMESTER ONE||SEMESTER TWO|
|Business Statistics||World History and Humanities|
|Intermediate Accounting||Money and Banking Practice|
|Marketing Management||Cost and Management Accounting|
|Corporate Finance||Research Methods|
|African Business in History||Operations Management|
Programme Structure: Year Three
|SEMESTER ONE||SEMESTER TWO|
|Human Resources Management||Organizational Behavior & Development|
|Project Planning and Management||Taxation & Public Finance|
|International Business Relations||Entrepreneurship|
|Business Ethics||Livingstone Leadership and Service|