School of Business & Economics


To be one of the leading business and economics faculties in Egypt and the Middle East, and Our Graduates will be Entrepreneurs and Future Leaders.


The Faculty is committed to prepare qualified human calibers who are able to compete in national, regional and international labor markets and contribute to sustainable development of Egyptian economy through delivering Comprehensive academic programs fulfilling NAQAAE standards and provide appropriate environment for pioneering academic research, collaborating with national, regional and international institutions in order to serve community.

Strategic Plan:


To create intellectual and educational opportunities for our students and faculty serving our local, regional and international communities


To be a leader in Business education, seeking to qualify its students in the fields of administrative, accounting, communication and human sciences.

To prepare our graduates with the skills & requirements of the labor market in the various industrial and services sectors at the national, regional and international levels.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Foster a culture of excellence in learning and teaching.
  • Enrich undergraduate and graduate students with meaningful engagement with industry, and meaningful preparation for successful careers.
  • Contribute to the development of society through applied research and practical implementation.
  • Enhance the School brand for competitiveness and entrepreneurship.

Strategic Objectives:

  • Provide undergraduate and graduate students with an exceptional learning experience.
  • Enrich undergraduate and graduate students with meaningful engagement with industry, and meaningful preparation for successful careers.
  • Foster a culture of excellence in learning and teaching.
  • Contribute to the development of society through applied research and practical implementation.
  • Enhance the School brand for competitiveness and entrepreneurship.

Faculty Directory:

NamePositionAcademic DegreeMajor
Prof. DR/ Abdelrahman AlianDean & Professor in AccountingPh.D. In AccountingAccounting
Prof. DR/ Ahmed El-ZayatProfessor in StatisticsPh.D. in StatisticsStatistics & Quantitative Methods
DR/ Doaa WafeekAssociate ProfessorPh.D. in EconomicsEconomics
DR/ Reham El-SeidiAssociate ProfessorPh.D. in Business AdministrationBusiness Administration (Marketing)
DR/ Khaled AbdellaLecturerPh.D. in EconomicsEconomics
DR/ Nesrien AhmedLecturerPh.D. in EconomicsEconomics
DR/ Omnia SamyLecturerPh.D. in Business AdministrationBusiness Administration (Human Resources)
Noha GamalAssistant LecturerMSC. in AccountingAccounting
Nayera MohamedAssistant LectureMSC. International SecurityPolitical Science
Amr EssamAssistant LectureMSC. Statistics & Data AnalysisStatistics
Aya GamalAssistant LectureMSC. Business AdministrationOperations Management
Sara FariedTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce– English Section (Economics)Economics
Amr Abd el HamidTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce – English Section (Business Administration)Business Administration (Finance)
Enas El-SayedTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce– English Section (Accounting)Accounting
Eslam AhmedTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce– English Section (Accounting)Accounting
Aya RedaTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce– English Section (Accounting)Accounting
Marwa MohamedTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce– English Section (Statistics)Statistics & Quantitative Methods
Hager MohamedTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce – English Section  (Economics)Economics
MennatAllah ZenhomTeaching AssistantBachelor of Commerce  – English Section (Accounting)Accounting


1Business AdministrationFinance
Human Resources
General Track
2AccountingAccounting & Auditing
Economics & Political Science


BUC Business and Economics curriculum has been designed and developed based on intended learning outcomes that enable students to acquire basic knowledge and valuable skills in both business and economics as well as adopt appropriate professional attitudes and habits.
BUC Business and Economics offers a challenging 4-year undergraduate program leading to a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Corporate and Markets Finance, Marketing, Accounting, Human Resources Management, or Economics.
Students enrolled in BUC Business and Economics must successfully pass a total of 132 credit hours, including university requirements, school requirements, and specialization requirements.
BUC Business and Economics strives to contribute to the advancement of science and improvement of the standard of living and economic well-being of individuals, families, and communities in Egypt and internationally.
BUC Business and Economics is committed to graduating competent, confident, and ethical business leaders, entrepreneurs and economists who will contribute productively to business and society.
1- Finance
2- Marketing
3- Human Resources
4- General Track
5- Accounting & Auditing
6- Economics
7- Economics & Political Science


Year 3 & 4: Majors


(Badr University grants Bachelor degree in the following majors)

Business Administration

In today’s world, it is very important to study how to manage your own business affairs in order to succeed and remain strong in your market. School of Business & Economics offers students with the real opportunity to study business administration through one of our sub-programs

  1. Political Science

BUC graduates majoring in Political Sciences are equipped with a strong background in economic theory, political sciences and quantitative methods, and are in high demand in the job market.

Political scientists study government at all stages in their development, the process by which political decisions are made and various matters that affect government behavior.

  1. Business Administration (Finance)

Undergraduate courses offered by Finance major support the student with both practical applications and theoretical notions of Finance as a field. The major includes a wide range of finance courses such as; Financial Markets & Institutions, Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management, International Finance, and etc…

Finance is both art and science of managing money. The program aims to graduate students with solid background about finance and how to make financial decisions, the program is concerned with providing students with both basic and advanced insights of finance and how to effectively manage money.

  1. Business Administration (Marketing)

Undergraduate courses offered by Marketing major is to support the student with the most recent theories and application of Marketing. The major includes Advanced Marketing, Services Marketing, Consumer Behavior, International Marketing, and etc…

Marketing is how to create durable customer relationships through value. The program aims to graduate students who are creative to perform marketing activities in today’s world. The program is focusing on important marketing concepts that will help students to be creative and innovative marketers in their marketplace.

  1. Business Administration (Human Resources)

Undergraduate courses offered by Human Resources major is to support the student with the practical applications of HRM in the organizations. The major includes HR Planning, Compensation, Productivity and Performance Appraisal, etc…

Human Resources is concerned with the most valuable resource in any organization. The program aims to graduate students who are capable of managing staff at different operational levels and to effectively perform the different HR tasks. The program focuses its objectives on the HR activities performed by the department starting from analyzing job to developing both organization and employees.

  1. Business Administration (General Track)

Undergraduate courses offered by General Track support the student with an overview of business administration with a fine combination of the different managerial courses. The major includes HR, Marketing and Finance courses.

General Track has been widely recognized as a supplementary track to the major which helps the specialists with some sort of assistance. The program aims to graduate students with high quality background about business administration department and how to effectively perform and assist specialists within different fields of management.

  1. Accounting

Accounting does not make corporate earnings or balance sheets more volatile. Accounting just increases the transparency of volatility in earnings. Our department offering the full spectrum of accounting education, all delivered with the flexibility, accessibility and quality that students expect from BUC leading Accounting education department. BUC offers students with high quality educational services through our department.

  1. Economics

The undergraduate courses offered by the economics department are a well-balanced mix between theoretical and applied fields of economics. Courses include both introductory and intermediate microeconomics and macroeconomics, international trade, economic development, labor economics, money and banking, public finance and economics of Egypt. In addition, the special topic courses in theoretical and applied economics give interested students a vivid exposition of topical issues in economics.


University Requirements (18 Credit Hours)

Obligatory Courses: (12 Credit Hours)

Course NameCredit Hours
Human Rights3
Information Technology3
Pure Mathematics3



Optional Courses: (6 Credit Hours)

Course NameCredit Hours
Principles of Law3
Public Administration3
Introduction to Political Science3
Arabic Language3
Contemporary Arabic Literature3
Public Environment and Health3


Faculty Requirements (54 Credit Hours)

All of the faculty requirements course are obligatory: (54 Credit Hours)

#Course NameCredit Hours
1Principles of Management3
2Principles of Accounting (I)3
3Principles of Accounting (II)3
4Principles of Microeconomics3
5Principles of Macroeconomics3
6Principles of Finance3
7Principles of Marketing3
8Principles of Production & Operations Management3
9Principles of Insurance & Risk3
10Organizational Behavior3
11Principles of Statistics3
12Business Law3
13Management Information System3
14Scientific Research for Managerial Sciences3
15Quantitative Methods for Managerial Sciences3
16Feasibility Studies3
17Communication & Report Writing3
18Strategic Management3

Message from the Dean:

Dean’s Letter

Dear Student,

Ahmed El-Zayat ,Ph.D.
 Ahmed El-Zayat ,Ph.D.

Welcome to The School of Business and Economics, Badr University in Cairo. It is my sincere pleasure to be serving as your dean, focusing my leadership on helping you to maximize your cultural and educational ambitions. I am committed to helping you to overcome any obstacle you may face. BUC is a rich university with so much to offer. Take some time to find out the rich opportunities offered to you in lectures, laboratories and extraordinary campus events. I invite you to know the numerous programs and services the school brings to you.

Ahmed El-Zayat ,Ph.D.

Wharton School

University of Pennsylvania



Faculty Resources

1HallHall # 101 – Business150
2HallHall # 102 – Business150
3LabLanguage Lab # 10336
4Training RoomTraining room # 10470
5LabLanguage Lab # 10536
6HallHall # 201 – Business150
7HallHall # 202 – Business150
8ClassRoom # 203 – Business80
9ClassRoom # 204 – Business70
10ClassRoom # 206 – Business40
11ClassRoom # 207 – Business40
12HallHall # 210 – Business150
13HallHall # 211 – Business150
14HallHall # 301 – Business150
15HallHall # 302 – Business150
16HallHall # 316 – Business280
17ClassRoom # 304 – Business75
18ClassRoom # 305 – Business75

Lecture schedules

First Level Schedule (Fall Semester)

2018 / 2019

Time9 – 1212 -11 – 4
1 – 22 – 4
Sat.Principles of Accounting (1)Information TechnologyInformation Technology
(302)(202)G1 : Lab ( 103 )
Dr. Mona Abd El-HakimG2 : Lab ( 105 )
12 – 22 – 4
G (1) R. (103)
(302)(316)G (2) R. (105)
G (3,4)G (3) R. (302)
Dr. Khaled AbdallahG (4) R. (203)
2 – 4
Mon.Principles of ManagementInformation Technology
(302)G3 : Lab ( 103 )
Dr.Omnia SamyG4 : Lab ( 105 )
 9 – 1112 – 3
Tues.EnglishPure Mathematics
G (1,2)Dr.Mamdouh Abd El-Alim
Dr. Khaled Abdallah
12 – 22 – 4
Dr.Doaa WafikG (1,2)G (3,4)


Second Level Schedule (Fall Semester)

2018 / 2019

Time9 – 1212 – 11 – 4
Sat.Financial MathematicsWorkshop
Prof.Dr.Ahmed El-Zayat
2 – 4
Sun.Political ScienceWorkshop
(301) G (1,2) R. (312)
Dr.Mohamed Abd El-AzeemG (3,4) R. (316)
Mon.Principles of MarketingPrinciples of Finance
Dr.Reham El-SeidiDr.Mahmoud Hamed
9 – 1112 – 2
Tues.WorkshopFinanical Mathematics
G (1,2) R. (211)Workshop
G (3,4) R. (302)G (1,2,3,4)
Wed.Principles of Production and Operation managementManagement Information Systems
Dr . Mohamed BaghaProf.Dr. Kamal El-Dahshan


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Third Level Schedule (Fall Semester)

Political Science

2018 / 2019

Time9 – 1212 – 11 – 4
Sat.Managerial EconomicsLabor Economics
Dr.Khaled AbdallahDr.Nesrin Ahmed
Mon.Economic Planning and Devolopment (1)International Economics
Dr.Nesrin AhmedDr.Doaa Wafik
Tues.Financial MathematicsHistory of Economics
Prof.Dr.Ahmed El-ZayatDr.Khaled Abdallah

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