The Department of Business provides students with theories and concepts related to international, world-class business practices. The department seeks to graduate students who will be competitive in domestic and international firms, and who can successfully continue their studies at the post-graduate level.
The objectives, curriculum, and teaching methodologies of the department are designed to provide students with 1) a solid foundation in appropriate areas of knowledge at the level of international best practices; 2) an in-depth introduction in one discipline (accounting, finance, or management); 3) an understanding of professionalism and its practices; 4) excellent presentation and business writing skills; 5) outstanding critical thinking skills; and 6) an understanding of business ethics in the international community.
The Department of Business provides students with the following degree options:
- Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with concentrations in accounting, finance, marketing and operations management.
Message from the Department Chair
The AUAF Bachelor of Business Administration curriculum comprises a set of core courses plus the choice of four concentrations: (i) Accounting, (ii) Finance, (iii) Operations Management, and (iv) Marketing. Combined with the fluency in English, the language of global business, our business graduates are equipped not only to manage Afghan companies efficiently, but to export Afghan products to the world, and to import the latest technology from advanced countries.
The ultimate goal of the AUAF Business Department is to help build a prosperous and flourishing Afghanistan.
Dr. Dale W. Larson
Chair, AUAF Business Department
Business Department Faculty
Dr. Dale W. Larson, Associate Professor and Chair of the Business Department
Moses Bukenya, Assistant Professor
Colleen Foster, Assistant Professor
Dr. Sujatha Chandarlapaty, Assistant Professor
Dr. Cecil Lui, Associate Professor
Dr. Rod Monger, Professor
Business Department Adjunct Faculty
Christopher Henderson, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Humanities
Mathew Richard Dallaway, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Humanities
Mohabbat Ahmadi, Lecturer, Department of Business