Our department’s priority is to graduate highly qualified students who can address the economic challenges we face today. Palestine and many third world countries have difficulty to successfully compete in the globalized economy. We aim to offer students an inter-disciplinary and liberal education to understand the economy as a whole and the specific field of marketing. Students are trained in core theory and applied subjects of Marketing and develop practical skills in market research, communications, and computers. We also offer cross-courses in economic theory and accounting.
Our department emphasizes practical work experience and requires students to work for 180 hours (or three credits). Our program also focuses on developing the English language skills of our students to compete in today’s world.