Department of Commerce


About Department of Commerce

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In line with the rapid changes in the Bangladesh economy, the relevance of commerce and management education has become more imperative in the country. Realizing this, Daffodil International University commenced the Department of Commerce in 2004.

The objective of the Department of Commerce of Daffodil International University is to show the correct path for the young generation in the country to achieve the success together. More than twelve years of its journey, the faculty has been serving the country by providing a proper space for the undergraduates and for the professionals to develop their talents individually and as a team.

The Bachelor of Commerce from DIU offers a global perspective on business, providing with the skills, knowledge and experience needed to pursue a career within the business, government and not-for-profit sectors.

Why you should study Commerce

The Bachelor of Commerce focuses on the factors that drive economic behavior at both an individual and organizational level.

  • The course will equip you with the analytical, communication and problem-solving skills to effectively identify issues, source information and find efficient and practical solutions.
  • The course has been tailored in consultation with representatives from leading organizations, ensuring you graduate with an industry-relevant degree.
  • The Bachelor of Commerce is designed to enhance your ability to understand new developments, pursue further studies and become a leader in your field.
  • The University has an international focus and strong links with alumni and the business community to ensuring its teaching is relevant and valuable to the industry 
  • It is going to provide you with an educational experience that extends beyond academic excellence.


Contact details: 

Daffodil Concord Tower 07
19/1, Panthapath
(Opposite of Square Hospital)
Phone: +88029124773, +88029117205, +8801713493163




Md. Ali Imran
Assistant Professor & Head


Ms. Tanjida Supta
Senior Lecturer


Ms. Nayeema Rahman


Ms. Tasnuva Hoque