The faculty of College of Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management has the primary responsibility to develop, sustain, and enhance the intellectual and academic quality of the College. To ensure this, the College uses a model of shared governance in which its faculty is responsible for all policies relating to the college curriculum content and pedagogical process, intellectual vitality and research, academic standards and admissions policies, as well as the manner in which faculty work..
The faculty of College of Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management is committed to shared governance and collegiality as the most effective bases upon which to manage the affairs of and maintain excellence in the College
Shared governance is used here to describe faculty involvement with the College administration where:
However, the management of the College shall be in the hands of the Governing Council, principal officers, deans, heads of departments, directors, and programme/centre coordinators.
The members are erudite scholars, manager, administrators and chief executives well-seasoned in their fields. The members of the Governing Council are drawn from varied professional and economic sections of the society by the Founder and President. They appoint and provide direction to Principal Officers of the College
The Board is the governing body of the College. Members of the Board accept ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of the College by ensuring that it is solvent, well-run and delivering the outcomes for the benefit of the public for which it was established.