Dean: Prof.DR/ Mohamed Omar Hammad
Misr University for Science & Technology, MUST, was established in 1996, laying the foundation of what was to become a large, independent university. The university offers its students education of high quality and an opportunity to develop their individual intellectual abilities and skills.
The College of Business and Economics, provides an environment in which each student counts and in which college members know students by name. The close attention paid to each individual student is indeed a distinctive feature of the college.
The philosophy of the college is based on the convection that intellectual and social interaction between students and their teachers is the very essence of education, and can never be replaced by even the best technical equipment. It is from this personal relationship that students receive inspiration and gain self-confidence as their educational progress is noted and encouraged. The real assets of the college are the students and their dedication to serious study and the excellence of its teaching staff. The college members are carefully selected, not only for the quality of their educational background, but also for their practical expertise.

Since its founding, the college has dedicated itself to the encouragement and active development of international understanding. The college study programmes are designed with a distinct international focus. These facts are noted from the courses taught. The college curricula include international accounting system, international trade, and international economic impacts. The college students who are presently enrolled come from different countries—a fact which provides an invaluable opportunity to study together and share experiences with students from many different nationalities and cultural backgrounds and forming, in addition, lifelong relationships.

Personal initiative is encouraged. The college prepares students thoroughly for professional careers and professionalism as well as the development of the studenty’s character. The undergraduate programmes are also devoted to the development of the student’s ability to think creatively, and to communicate effectively.

To reach this end, small classes are formed, allowing maximum attention to the individual student. Helpful staff provides assistance with practical matters, such as course selection and career opportunities through the semester. A variety of social events are planned; visits to places of industrial, commercial, cultural and governmental importance are organized. These events and activities give students a better understanding of the curriculum studied.

The Educational System

The College of Business and Economics applies the “credit hours system”.

The academic year consists of two 16–week semesters and an eight-week summer session. Full-time students may enroll in seven courses during a full semester, and up to three courses in the summer session.

The college is known for its flexibility. It provides a broader and more varied education than other institutions in Egypt by giving its students three categories of courses:

(a) general courses designed to fulfil the general academic required courses within their chosen field.
(b) specialized courses in different areas of specialization, and
(c) electives, from which students can choose from any discipline of their interest.

The college also provides a system whereby students are continuously assessed from the beginning of the semester at regular intervals, in terms of class work and examinations.

The instructors, who know each student’s strength and weakness, assess the student's performance periodically. Thus, students are always informed of their own progress. Classroom experience, academic research, and independent studies are augmented by college members who have a wealth of practical experience. On campus, the student may participate in an electronic commerce research centre.

The system measures this progress in terms of credit hours. The student must earn (165-168 credit hours) to be awared the bachelor’s degree.

Increasingly, however, students attend summer sessions as well, in order to complete their studies as quickly as possible.

The Library

The library resources play an important role at the University. The central library contains textbooks, newspapers, periodicals and general reference works related to the programmes of study offered.

The library is equipped with CD-ROMs and state-of-the-art software for research and study. Professional librarians help students use the library and it’s varied technical and adjunct computer resources for research and other assigned projects.

The College Departments:

  1. Business Administration
  2. Economics
  3. Political Science
  4. Accounting
  5. Finance and Investment
  6. Information Systems
  7. Hospital Management

The Degrees of Offered

A degree in Bachelor of Commerce is granted—by virtue of the authority vested in the university fields and accredited—by the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt, with majoring in one of the following fields and accredited by:

  1. Business Administration
  2. Information Systems
  3. Economics
  4. Political Science
  5. Accounting
  6. Finance and Investment
  7. Hospital Management

BBA Degree Requirements

The degree of “Bachelor of Business Administration” is awarded to students who have successfully completed the following requirements:

I- University Requirements 21 credit hours

The core curriculum is intended to lay a foundation of general education in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. It provides the students with the necessary knowledge and skills needed for the university work in the Arabic literature, English language and analytical skills. The core curriculum consists of a total of 21 credits which must be required by any student to earn a bachelor's degree.

These Courses are :

  1. English : A total of 9 credits which should include composition, critic, reading conversation and library skills, as well as research paper writing.
  2. Introduction to Computer Applications (3 credits).
  3. Arabic Literature (3 credits).
  4. Scientific Thinking (3 credits).
  5. Humanities (3 credits) (elective for science major students) or
  6. Natural Sciences (3 credits) (elective for non-science majors)

These Courses are:

  1. English Language I, II, III (9 credits)
  2. Arabic Language (3 credits)
  3. Computer (3 credits)
  4. Scientific Thinking (3 credits)
  5. Behavioral Psychology (3 credits)

II- College Shared Requirements 66 credit hours

These cover a group of curricula, shared by all colleges' students to give them chance to discover their real tendency in an early advanced stage. (66 credit hours in the first two years).

III- Department Requirements 72 – 75 credits

The college aims at providing the student with a varied, advanced, specialized group of subjects embodied with all cores of specialized courses offered.

IV- Electives 6 credits

Selected or chosen by the students themselves.

The Academic Advisors

The college assigns one of its academic staff for a certain group of students to direct and help them in discovering their academic capabilities and to select the applied subject according to their capabilities and readiness and to help them in their social, cultural and emotional life.

Transfer Students / Transfer Credits

Students may transfer to MUST in any semester of their undergraduate studies. All transfer students who intend to receive a degree from MUST must complete the last four semesters. Some transfer students, particularly those in their third and fourth years, may find it necessary to take additional courses in order fulfill degree requirements.

Credits are granted for undergraduate work completed with a grade of “C” or above, provided that they must be applicable to MUST degree programmes. The total number of transfer credits from any other college or university are added to the student’s permanent record. However, only grades in courses taken at MUST are used to compute the grade point average for fees and tuition estimation.

Transfer students who intend to become candidates for a MUST degree will have their credits evaluated in time for registration provided all admission procedures must have been completed at least 6 weeks before the date of registration.

Please note :

The admission must have received all documents, original transcripts, copies of diplomas and certificates before credits can be evaluated.


Trade show production and management, and seminars give students the opportunity to work with mentors and develop practical management skills. It offers the students an excellent practice-oriented curriculum that will prepare them for exciting careers. It is aimed to develop the student’s working knowledge and to help them plan their academic life.