The School of Entrepreneurship and Business Sciences adopted its new name in 2014 as it situates itself under the Entrepreneurship mandate as enshrined in the University Act under paragraph (f) of the objects of the University which states that the University shall ensure, "the nurturing of entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity"
The School now offers five undergraduate and four taught masters degree programmes and provides lecturing services for University-wide courses in Entrepreneurship. The undergraduate degree programmes are Bachelor of Science Honours (BSc) in Entrepreneurship and Business Management, Accountancy, International Marketing, Retail Management and Consumer Science, and Supply Chain Management. The Masters degree programmes are Master of Science (MSc) in Strategic Management, Supply Chain Management, Applied Entrepreneurship, and Masters in Business Intelligence (MBI). The School also offers postgraduate degrees by Research.
The School's strategic goal is to develop optimum quality in academic proficiency and entrepreneurial skills in all University students. The School has therefore developed unique strategies and programmes to reach out to all students and staff. In striving to fulfill the object of the University mandate, the School is nurturing entrepreneurial skills, innovation and creativity to students and members of the University community. The School is Entrepreneurial-centric but closely connected with other Schools, and the experience of its graduates will be distinct. Our objectives sit within a structure that integrates strategies in research, learning and teaching, resource mobilisation and in increasing collaboration with industry to positively impact the Zimbabwean economy by driving innovation and boosting business competitiveness.
To be the preferred Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development of an entrepreneurial culture and the recognition of the essence of technology in wealth creation.
To provide Business and Management Education that is centred on Development of an Entrepreneurial Culture and Recognition of the Essence of Technology in Wealth Creation.