Faculty of Business, Economics and Accountancy (FPEP) formerly known as the School of Business and Economics (SPE), was established in 1995 with the intention of fulfilling the country’s need for managers and entrepreneurs in various areas of business to ensure that Malaysia achieve its objective to be an industrialized country by 2020. The Faculty is committed in providing students with a world class university education. FPEP seeks to ensure that its academic programmes are updated with the most recent research findings and by an understanding of contemporary business, government and management practices. As a result of its proactive policy, the Faculty is capable of disseminating the recent development in knowledge in business and economics to its students. The Faculty has already earned recognition in providing quality MBA among professionals in Malaysia and gradually gaining international recognition.
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Accountancy (FPEP) strives to be an innovative world-class faculty, in line with the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) vision.
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Accountancy (FPEP) strives to achieve excellence in the dissemination of knowledge in the fields of business, economics and accountancy towards the attainment of international recognition, for its teaching and learning, research, publication, community engagements and the balanced specialization of knowledge. The strive for excellence is vested through the personality development of students complimented with soft skills as well as entrepreneurial skills in support to the society and the Nation’s aspiration towards attaining high productivity and quality.
The Faculty of Business, Economics and Accountancy (FPEP) aims to provide its students with fundamental as well as application based knowledge in the fields of business, economics and accountancy and highly support the promotion of life-long learning at undergraduate as well as postgraduate level, providing a strong pathway towards promoting life-long professionalism in the area of study.