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Prof. Dr. Waad Raouf

Our History

The College of Administration and Economics was established in 2000. Initially, it consisted of two scientific departments: Business Administration and Economics. In its inaugural year, the college admitted a total of 388 students, both male and female. Currently, the college has expanded and now includes six scientific departments for undergraduate studies: Accounting, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance and Banking, Economics, and Marketing Management. Additionally, it offers nine postgraduate programs: PhD in Accounting, PhD in Business Administration, PhD in Economics, Master's in Accounting, Master's in Business Administration, Master's in Finance and Banking, Master's in Economics, Higher Diploma in Strategic Planning (equivalent to a Master's degree, two years), and Higher Diploma in Strategic Planning (one year).

To be the leading college among its counterparts in the country, with its scientific staff, graduates, and the provision of consultation, research, and community service.

To enrich the community with scientific talents and competencies through graduates, and to provide rigorous research and consultation services to farmers and agricultural project owners.

The college aims to prepare specialized scientific personnel in all fields of agricultural sciences to contribute to the improvement and development of food manufacturing, animal wealth, increased plant production, and efficient utilization of natural resources in the region and throughout the country. Additionally, it aims to provide consultancy services in all specialized agricultural fields.

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