Assistant Professor

Dr. Mohammed Abdul Imran Khan is currently Assistant Professor of Finance and convener for MBA and Evening program at Dhofar University.

He has completed his PhD in 2011 in the area of Finance. Dr. Khan has fifteen years of experience teaching graduate and undergraduate students. He teaches courses like Financial Management, Corporate Finance and specialized courses like Islamic Finance, Risk Management, Financial Services, Financial Markets.

Before joining Dhofar University Dr. Khan taught 10 years in India to Master of Business Administration. He was the Deputy Director of the College for all the program and has 10 years of administrative experience in day-to-day activities of the institution like coordination with faculty and students of various departments; monitoring all academic activities of the institution, liaising with regional office and head office, besides ensuring proper conduct of classes and examinations at all levels, preparing reports and industry interface by arranging guest lectures.

Areas of Expertise:
Corporate Finance, Investment; Risk Management, Banking

Business and Academic Communities Engagement:

  • Convener MBA & Evening Program


  • Member of TRC-IPE (The Research Council- Institutional Proposal Evaluation committee)
  • Member of University Research Board
  • Member of CCBA Advisory Board;
  • Member of College Recruitment and Selection Committee
  • Member of Curriculum Committee
  • Member of Commerce Association, India

Reviewer for Journals:

  • Journal Reviewer: For “Journal of Social Science Studies”, Macro think Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
  • Amity Journal of Finance; India

Teaching methods/style

  • Teacher and Student Centered Education Method (Depending on Program)
  • Traditional -Chalk and Talk and Modern -Power points and Case studies

Teaching courses:

  • Graduate(MBA): Financial Management; Financial and Management Accounting
  • Undergraduate(BBA): Principles of Financial Management; Corporate Finance; Money & Capital Market; Risk Management; Islamic Finance; Accounting for Managers (Intermediate level)

Courses developed:

  • Graduate(MBA): Financial Management; Financial and Management Accounting
  • Undergraduate(BBA): Corporate Finance, Risk Management; Islamic Finance, Accounting for Managers (Intermediate level)

Projects/thesis supervised:

  • Graduate(MBA): The role of the Private Sector in employment of job seekers and its future outlook” with special reference to Sultanate of Oman.
  • Undergraduate(BBA): Financial Performance Analysis of Oman Oil Sector.
  • Financial Performance Analysis of Cement Industry in Oman
  • Changing Perception of Banking Consumers Toward Islamic Banking in Oman
  • Impact of Microfinance on Small Business Development in Salalah
  • Effects of Islamic banking on bankers of Dhofar
  • Analysis of Profitability & Liquidity Using Accounting Ratios (A Study of Salalah Mills Company)
  • Role of SME in Entrepreneur Development
  • Entrepreneurial Career Intentions of Dhofar University Alumni