Department of Management Studies

The Department of Management Studies (DMS) is the heart of management education in Myanmar which nurtures business and management professionals with a holistic perspective and versatile in functional areas of business and industry. The department is originated as Research Department since the establishment of Yangon Institute of Economics in 1964. In 1987, the Research Department was transformed into the Department of Management Studies. Since its inception, the DMS has produced management graduates who are currently serving in reputed business organizations both in public and private sector organizations.

The DMS offers both undergraduate and graduate courses to fulfill the intellectual and practical requirements of the business and industry. The DMS operates one bachelor degree programme: Bachelor of Business Administration, one master degree programme: Master of Business Administration (MBA) and two post-graduate diploma programme: Diploma in Management and Administration (DMA); and Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management (PGDHRM). The DMS launched the first MBA Programme in Myanmar in 1995 and now it offers MBA degree courses under three types of programme: Regular MBA course for fresh graduates, Executive MBA and Online MBA course for experienced working executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders who want to hold a full-time job while they earn their degree. Moreover, several business and management certificate courses are offered from two separate centres under the management of DMS, namely Myanmar-India Entrepreneurship Development Centre (MIEDC) and Centre of Excellent for Business Skilled Development (CEBSD).

The DMS is continually endeavoring to develop responsible leaders, managers, entrepreneurs, and professionals who makes a positive contribution to the society.


To be an internationally recognized programme in business education and research for helping to create a better Myanmar business society.


To develop competent business leaders who possess integrated skills, knowledge and experience with global vision and local commitment responsibly.


Our graduates should have the abilities to

  1. Demonstrate the knowledge of management concepts and apply appropriate decision-making tools in real business environment.
  2. Formulate the business strategies that based on contextual knowledge from the assessment of external environment and internal resources, and capabilities of the organizations.
  3. Design and execute innovative business ideas to be success practically.
  4. Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  5. Engage in independent and life-long learning for trends and issues in business world.
  6. Being ethical and socially responsible leaders who are promoting sustainable development of the economy.

Strategic Goals

To provide the students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that aim to meet the challenges of managing modern businesses in the globalization context.


Address     : Padamya Builing, Hlaing Campus, Parami Road, P.O.11052, Yangon , Myanmar.

Phone No  : ++951664684

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Faculty MembersVisiting Professors/Lecturers

Head of Department

Dr. Nu Nu Lwin

Dr. Myint Myint Kyi

Dr. Thin Nwe Oo

Dr. Hla Hla Mon

Daw Kay Thi Soe

Dr. Sandar  Htwe

Dr. Yin Min Htwe

Dr. Yan Yan Myo Naing

Dr. Su Hlaing Oo

Daw Ni Ni Win

Dr.Thida Aye

Dr. Zar Ni Min

Daw Hla Hla Myo

Daw Myint Myint May

Daw Cherry Win

Daw Nu Nu Lwin

Daw Than Win Htay

Daw Nwe Nwe Khaing

Daw Yamin Su

Daw May Thu Zaw

Dr. Nu Nu Mai

Daw Aye Khin San

Daw Thet Lyar Aung

Daw Yadana Mg Mg Khin

Daw San San Nwe

U Aung Kyaw Soe

Daw Hay Mar Soe Min

U Thet Aung

U Aung Soe

Daw B Jone Naw

Daw Lin Lin Khaing

Daw Eaindra Su Mon Myint

U Atar Thaung Htet

Daw Eaint Thet Hmoo Khaing

Daw Su Shwe Yi Win

Daw Khine Khine Htet

Daw Aye Aye Moe Paing

Daw Hnin Yu Yu Aung

BrochureCurriculumAssessment System
Bachelor Degrees
Masters Degree
Doctor of Philosophy

Method of Assessment