Faculty of Business Administration

 Are you looking for a business degree that is applicable, creative, and skill-oriented? A degree that addresses the business settings that the networked next generation of business leaders will have to cope with? Then, MEU is for you. MEU aims to be known as an international academic community that facilitates the transformation of students into men and women who are distinguished by their personal, professional, service-oriented and faith-based lives.

Thus, the Faculty of Business Administration seeks to form students that are Equipped and Inspired. Equipped with high-quality competencies, including knowledge and skills to play prominent roles in the global environment. Equipped to be innovative, to master analytical tools, and to think critically. In addition, Inspired to live lives of integrity, values, and ethical professionalism. Inspired to serve society with compassion, and faith.

Students taking a BBA or an MBA can apply to earn a degree from Andrews University, Michigan, USA.

BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration

The BBA degree provides students with a solid background in core business subjects and concentrations in specific disciplines:

  • Accounting
  • Finance and Banking
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

BS – Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

The BS degree in Information Systems equips students with the ability to integrate information systems into the business environment. The degree focuses on the effective design, development and implementation of information and communications technology (ICT) resources to ensure information systems, applications and resource viability in various industry sectors.

MBA – Master of Business Administration

The MBA degree program prepares students for leadership roles that require clear and critical thinking, sound judgment, effective communication, integrity in all actions, and recognition of opportunities for service.

The MBA concentrations offered are:

  • Finance
  • General Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

Department of Computing

The Department of Computing offers undergraduate and graduate programs that provide students with a solid foundation in the basic study of computers, as well as graphic design and digital media. The curricula are designed as a preparation for careers in computer-based occupations.

The mission of the department is to educate professionals with a sound knowledge of their field supported by understanding, good research habits, inventiveness, and critical thinking.

The department offers the following degree programs:

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BS)
  • Master of Science in Computer Science (MS)


Student Profile

At MEU students learn from the real world by participating in internships, and field trips to companies in Lebanon and abroad.

Internships + Field

Currently, MEU business graduates show careers as business leaders in a competitive world, serving in a multicultural and global environment.

“The value of the education I received at MEU has appreciated immensely as I journeyed through further education and parallel careers in Academia as well as the real world of business. I have taught in a number of college and university campuses, consulted with a number of domestic and multinational organizations, in manufacturing as well as in services, and I credit Middle East University for providing me with a strong academic foundation, and a sense of identity that continues to direct my effort and enhance my productivity” (Nabil Y. Razzouk, Class of 1969, Major in Business Administration and Minor in Psychology. Emeritus Professor of Marketing, California State University, San Bernardino, California, USA. Currently Chief Operating Officer of Arrowhead Orthopaedics, a Professional Medical Corporation).

Business Administration Faculty

The faculty is formed by two groups of professors: Lebanese, and international. Our faculty blends American, European, Latin American, and Asian business practices with the opportunity of action in the classroom and in business.

Joelle Barkanian, MBA
Dean, Faculty of Business and Associate Professor
Carlos Biaggi, PhD