Welcome to the Graduate Studies Programs at Al Yamamah University (YU). Currently, YU has five graduate programs, four of which are offered by the College of Business Administration while the remaining graduate program is offered by the College of Law.
The College of Business Administration offers a robust Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) along with Master of a Human Resources Management (MHRM) and Master of Management Information Systems (MMIS) programs. The College of Law offers a Master of Business Law (LLM).
Our graduate programs have a diverse and vibrant community, dedicated to discovery, to making knowledge matter, and to developing all of its members to their utmost potential. These programs offer the most dynamic, responsive, broad, and engaging range of knowledge in the modern business and economic world. The YU graduate programs provide a learning environment where students can grow into world-ready business leaders.
We are dedicated to offering our students the best business education in the world not only through our own programs but also by connecting our students with several partner schools around the globe. Our mission is to develop entrepreneurial-minded leaders and professionals who shape the future of business, society, and create growth and opportunity. We engage our students in an active learning community where transformative teaching experience that fosters entrepreneurship, innovation, and creativity
We come together around the Saudi Capital City of Riyadh, which is not only a challenging and sophisticated business center, but it is the economic and cultural hub of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Coast Countries. As the two years unfold, students join with a distinguished faculty and with one another to contribute to the development of knowledge.
Wish you a wonderful and successful business and leadership journey with YU graduate studies.
Abdulaziz M. Alwathnani, Ph.D.
Dean of College of Business Administration
Dr. Abdulaziz Al Hamoudi, Ph.D.
Dean of College of Law