School of Business & Social Sciences
The School of Business and Social Sciences (SBSS) upholds AIU’s educational objectives that are grounded in its educational mission that calls for excellence in social business through innovative and creative curriculum and learning experiences. The SBSS programmes develop intellectuals with discipline-specific knowledge combined with practical, real-life social business activities in the field, such as community engagement programmes, surveys, interviews and index mapping of low-income families and business showcases and bootcamps – all of which are underpinned by strong sense of leadership.
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) (Marketing)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) (Human Resource Management)
- Bachelor of Economics (Hons)
- Bachelor of Social Development (Hons)
- Bachelor of Finance (Islamic Finance) (Hons)
- Bachelor of Computer Science (Hons)
- Master of Science in Business Management
Schools of Education & Human Sciences
The School of Education and Human Sciences (SEHS) aims to prepare students to work within the careers of working with children and young people in many sectors, including health, education and social care. Our programmes are technologically-driven, global, and they encapsulate the communication revolution of the 21st Century – powered by the Fourth Industrial Revolution made possible by the advent of Internet 4.0. The SEHS provides an interdisciplinary, multimedia approach to the study of children and elementary education by examining the relationship between theory and practice. The programme focuses on developing students’ ability to absorb technology and professionalism. We strive to create graduates who are competitive, innovative, and creative and meet the demand and ethics required for the corporate world.
- Bachelor of Elementary Education (Hons)
- Bachelor in Early Childhood Education (Hons)
- Bachelor of Politics & International Relations (Hons)
- Bachelor of Media & Communication (Hons)