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King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals is a public universityin Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. KFUPM is the premier university in Saudi Arabia and in the whole Middle East and North Africa region. KFUPM was established on 23 September 1963 by a Saudi royal decree as the College of Petroleum and Minerals providing high-level education about petroleum and minerals, two of the most-valuable natural resources in Saudi Arabia.
The program covers all the functional areas of business and allows the students to take additional elective courses that match their career aims and their personal goals and development which allows them to further integrate all functional areas and gain the essential overall view of organizational performance. The program accepts both full and part-time students and provides a list of deficiency courses for those whose educational background is not in business fields. Various teaching technologies are utilized including cases, team projects, field research, and simulations. The MBA degree requirements consist of 42 credit hours of which 30 credit hours are in core courses, 9 credit hours in electives, and 3 credit hours in experiential learning