Qualifications for the world of work
PNU’s College of Economic and Management Sciences makes a considerable contribution to the provision of high-level staff to the private and public sector.
To establish the relevance and usefulness of its degrees and course the college constantly conducts intensive research in the private and public sectors. This is done to ensure lifelong learning opportunities for all students through articulation from certificates up to advanced postgraduate studies and even doctoral level.
Learn wherever you are – with support.
Distance learning offers students the opportunity to study while they work and gain experience. Wherever there is the Internet, they can study. This doesn’t mean they have to face the challenges of distance learning alone.
Support is offered by lecturers, but also other services offered by PNU and the college. The online learning portal, or virtual campus, called PayameMan is the most important. Students also have access to online discussion forums where they can chat with other students and their lecturers. Content specialist e-tutors are also online to provide assistance and students have access to career and study counselors to guide them on their learning path.
Distance learning offers great opportunities for lifelong learning as well as upskilling for short-term needs.
The objective of the College of Economic and Management Sciences is to provide relevant and functional qualifications of a high standard, quality tuition, and professional caring and valued customer service to all its stakeholders.
Research that matters
PNU is committed to identifying Iranian solutions to ensure that the college becomes a leading role player and producer of research in identified strategic niche areas.
In an effort to focus the research activities, the College has identified a number of research niche areas and put several structures in place to motivate and support staff. These include financial assistance from the College Research Committee and research related assistance provided by the College of Graduate Studies and Research. PNU researchers have access to several funding opportunities and support programmes within and outside the university.
Building mutually beneficial relationships with the community in which it functions is an important objective. By focusing on local problems, the college can contribute to solving universal problems. While the college is committed to the education of graduates that can pull their weight in the public and private sector, it is also actively seeking partnerships that enrich the institution’s tuition and research and enhances its footprint in the community.