Faculty of Administration and Economics

Faculty of Administration and Economics

Study Program

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1-Study Program:

Students enrolled in the Associate Degree in College of Management and Economics (ME) must successfully complete the following (128 credit hours) during eight regular semesters.

  Type of Requirements (Req. Type) Requirement Nature (Reg. Nature) Number of Credit Hours
University (U) Elective (EL) 6
Obligatory (Ob) 6
College (C) Elective (EL) 18
  Obligatory (Ob) 23
Department (D) Elective (EL) 21
Obligatory (Ob) 54
Total of Credit Hours 128


In the following table, the names of the courses, their credit hours, the type of prerequisites, the nature of those prerequisites, and their previous requirements are listed:

Course Credit Regiments
No. Name Code Prerequisites Theoretical Lab Total Required Nature Type
1 Islamic Culture HUMA1001 - 3 0 3 6 EL U
2 Communication Skills HUMA1002 - 3 0 3 EL U
3 Public Health BUS 2044 - 3 0 3 EL U
4 Humanities HUMA 1002 - 3 0 3 EL U
5 Arabic Language ARAB1005 - 3 0 3 EL U
6 English Language - Expression and Writing Skills ENGL1001 - 3 0 3 6 Ob U
7 English Language - Conversation Skills ENGL2002 - 3 0 3 Ob U
8 Principles of Information Systems BUS 2235 COM1001 3 0 3 18 EL C
9 Human Geography HUMA2003 - 3 0 3 EL C
10 Commercial Law AISO1004 - 3 0 3 EL C
11 Turkish Language for Non-Specialists TURK1022 - 3 0 3 EL C
12 Self-Management and Psychology PSY1046 - 3 0 3 EL C
13 Islamic Economics ECON2103 ECON1001 3 0 3 EL C
14 Fundamentals of Information Technology CIS2143 COM1001 3 0 3 EL C
15 Cost Accounting ACC2103 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL C
16 Applied Statistics STAT2207 HRM1102 3 0 3 EL C
17 Human Resource Development HRM2208 HRM1102 3 0 3 EL C
18 Compensation and Benefits HRM2206 HRM1102 3 0 3 EL C
19 Organization Theory BUS2237 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL C
20 Partnership Accounting ACC2207 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL C
21 Managerial Accounting BUS2229 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL C
22 Intermediate Accounting ACC2104 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL C
23 Financial Accounting ACC2225 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL C
24 Computer Skills COM1001 - 1 1 2 23 Ob C
25 General Statistics STAT1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
26 Principles of Management BUS1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
27 Principles of Accounting 1 ACC1001 - 3 0 3 Ob C
28 Principles of Microeconomics ECON1001 BUS2234 3 0 3 Ob C
29 Financial Management BUS3209 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob C
30 Organizational Behavior BUS2103 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob C
31 Money and Banking BUS2238 - 3 0 3 Ob C
32 Managerial Leadership BUS3212 BUS1001 3 0 3 21 EL D
33 Development and Administrative Reform BUS3208 HRM1101 3 0 3 EL D
34 Fundamentals of Finance BUS3211 HRM1101 3 0 3 EL D
35 Principles of Investment BUS3210 HRM1101 3 0 3 EL D
36 Information Systems Fundamentals BUS2235 - 3 0 3 EL D
37 Technology and Business Processes BUS4216 CIS2143 3 0 3 EL D
38 Human Resource Utilization HRM2210 HRM1102 3 0 3 EL D
39 Management of Service Organizations BUS2231 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
40 Crisis Management BUS2230 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
41 Good Governance BUS4321 BUS3214 3 0 3 EL D
42 Islamic Banking BUS2236 - 3 0 3 EL D
43 Human Resource Information Systems HRM2205 HRM1102 3 0 3 EL D
44 Functions of Management HRM1101 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
45 Management Information Systems MIS3101 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
46 Contemporary Management Theories BUS3214 HRM1101 3 0 3 EL D
47 Financial Auditing ACC2105 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL D
48 Financial Institutions Accounting ACC2106 ACC1102 3 0 3 EL D
49 Principles of Macroeconomics BUS2234 - 3 0 3 EL D
50 Quantitative Business Analysis BUS3106 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
51 Marketing Management BUS3213 BUS2105 3 0 3 EL D
52 Report Writing Using Computers AIS1004 COM1001 3 0 3 EL D
53 Organizational Change and Development HRM2104 BUS1001 3 0 3 EL D
54 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON1102 ECON1001 3 0 3 54 Ob D
55 Human Resource Management HRM1102 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
56 Principles of Accounting 2 ACC1102 ACC1001 3 0 3 Ob D
57 Specialized English Language ENGL2003 ENGL1001, ENGL1002 3 0 3 Ob D
58 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility BUS2002 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
59 Principles of Marketing BUS2105 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
60 Operations Management BUS3107 BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
61 Economic Feasibility Study BUS 2232 - 3 0 3 Ob D
62 Public Relations Management HRM2207 HRM1102 3 0 3 Ob D
63 Logistics Management BUS4322 - 3 0 3 Ob D
64 Project Management BUS3215 HRM1101 3 0 3 Ob D
65 Entrepreneurship BUS4320 BUS3215 3 0 3 Ob D
66 Strategic Management BUS4322 BUS3212 3 0 3 Ob D
67 International Business Management BUS4217 HRM1101 3 0 3 Ob D
68 General Management BUS4218 HRM1101 3 0 3 Ob D
69 Quality Management BUS4219 STAT1001, BUS1001 3 0 3 Ob D
70 International Finance BUS2227 - 3 0 3 Ob D
71 Internship BUS42925 70% 0 3 3 Ob D
Total Credit Hours 128

3-Courses Descriptions:

  1. Islamic Culture: The course aims to introduce students to the sources of Islamic legislation, the characteristics of Islamic legislation, Islamic systems, family system, judicial system, governance system, economic system, and the characteristics of Islamic economic legislation. It also covers the nature and goals of Islamic education, the religious activities, general educational principles in Islamic education, principles of teaching Islamic education, rules of Tajweed (Quranic recitation), and the steps to teach various branches of Islamic education.
  2. Communication Skills: This course aims to introduce students to communication, its types, levels, and self-concept. It empowers students to understand and know themselves better. Throughout this course, students study the fundamentals, principles, and theories of communication, as well as the factors that affect effective communication. It focuses on how individuals interact within a group and interact within their environment,Analyzing various environmental factors that impact a marketer’s performance and their role in identifying marketing opportunities, explaining the importance of marketing in satisfying customers and improving overall company quality, Discussing the significance of marketing within the environmental, social, and managerial contexts and addressing the importance of different types of communication skills and how to develop them, with a focus on individual interaction within a group and with the environment.
  3. Public Health: This course provides a fundamental introduction to the concepts and practices of public health by studying the philosophy, objectives, history, organization, functions, tools, activities, and outcomes of public health practice at both national and local levels. The course aims to stimulate interaction among students regarding important issues and challenges facing national and global health.
  4. Humanities Civilization: This course studies topics and developments in world history from the emergence of the earliest human civilizations to the 21st century. As we explore civilizations from various times and different places, we will encounter things that may seem strange and distant to us, but we will also discover that the people of these ancient civilizations laid the groundwork for patterns and practices of human behavior that still resonate with us today.
  5. Arabic Language: This course aims to introduce the student to verb types and their characteristics, the subject, the subject complement, interrogative particles, vocative particles, conditional particles (affirmative and negative), the oath, and related topics in Arabic grammar. It also covers writing numbers and common mistakes in Arabic grammar.
  6. English Language – Writing and Expression Skills: This course is designed to prepare students for writing in the English language, focusing on reading and writing as integrated skills. Students will study and practice reading comprehension, the writing process, and critical thinking. They will create clear and correct sentences while developing the necessary skills for writing coherent, developed, and organized paragraphs and/or short essays.
  7. English Language – Conversation Skills: This course includes conversations, discussions, and presentations on a wide range of concrete, abstract, and specialized topics. It is designed to enhance speaking and listening skills in English for non-native speakers, with a focus on pronunciation, intonation, rhythm, and American English language patterns. Emphasis is placed on oral communication, aural comprehension, and vocabulary development. Students build their skills through intensive teaching and practice.
  8. Principles of Information Systems: This course covers the definition of information systems, components of information systems, their characteristics, the history of information systems, modern approaches to information systems, dimensions of information systems, and their types. It also explores the strategic role of information and information systems in decision-making.
  9. Human Geography: This course aims to provide students with fundamental concepts about natural resources, the environment, planning, development, geographic information systems, and remote sensing. It also introduces students to concepts, terms, and political theories specific to physical geography and their relationship with other sciences.
  10. Commercial Law: This course includes an introduction to a set of legal rules governing commercial activities, traders, and distinguishing between civil and commercial activities. It defines the legal system and the mechanisms of interaction among traders. It also covers general provisions for commercial activities and the bankruptcy regulations and associated enforcement procedures.
  11. Turkish Language for Non-Specialists: This course aims to introduce students to the Turkish language, starting with how to read and pronounce Turkish letters and the grammatical and spelling rules related to this language. It then progresses to listening to and comprehending simplified Turkish texts, developing reading skills, understanding and comprehending simple texts related to daily life, and finally engaging in conversations in Turkish. The course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the language and set them on the right path to mastering it.
  12. Psychology and Self-Management: In this course, students study medical psychology, its definition, importance, and purposes, as well as its relationship with other sciences. The course covers health problems arising from psychological, cultural, dietary, and lifestyle factors in individuals. It also explores theories explaining disordered behaviors related to health, healthcare behavior, and the practice of healthy behavior in life, and their impact on an individual’s physical and psychological health. The course helps students learn how to regulate and manage themselves and their lives properly.
  13. Islamic Economics: This course provides essential knowledge of Islamic economics principles and the Islamic economic system. It aims to develop the necessary skills for evaluating the alternative value to interpret common and familiar economic behavior among men and women in society. The course assists students in breaking free from the confines of conventional capitalist and socialist systems , the ability to comprehend the fundamental concepts, theories, and intellectual schools of thought in the field of the Islamic economic system, the ability to acquire information from various knowledge source, the capacity to apply the acquired knowledge and skills in various practical aspects, especially in economic aspects,  to interact with global developments and changes related to Islamic economics and to apply the acquired economic knowledge and skills in various practical aspects of life.
  14. Fundamentals of Information Technology: This course provides a foundation and proficiency in essential information technology skills required for information professionals. It covers various areas of information technology, including personal computers (PCs), computer applications (hardware and software), communication, web page design, website development/maintenance (including JavaScript), database management, data tables, and information security.
  15. Cost Accounting: Cost accounting involves measuring, analyzing, and reporting financial and non-financial information related to the acquisition or use of resources in an organization. Cost management refers to the approaches and activities that managers undertake to use resources to increase value for customers and achieve organizational objectives. Topics covered in this course will include core accounting and accountability, flexible budgets, variable costing, cost behavior and management control, inventory cost estimation and capacity analysis, pricing decisions and cost management, management control systems, transfer pricing, performance measurement, compensation, and considerations in multinational settings.
  16. Applied Statistics: This course aims to introduce the concept of applied statistics, its fields, and the fundamental principles of applied statistics. These principles are essential for building a statistical background for students in management and economics. The course includes the following topics: Understanding the type of relationship between two variables using Pearson and Spearman correlation coefficients. Linear regression equations to predict the value of one variable based on the other and representing them graphically. Familiarity with the concept and principles of standard scores (z-scores) and time series.
  17. Human Resource Development: This course covers a set of curriculum and planned activities designed by organizations to equip their employees with the necessary skills to meet current and future work requirements. It includes learning and human resource development, needs assessment, task analysis, designing and implementing training programs, and evaluating training programs and organizational development.
  18. Human Resource Compensation: This course delves into the dynamics involved in compensating employees for the services provided in modern organizations. It focuses on important tools and techniques in job analysis, job description, job evaluation, wage surveys, wage administration, and desired benefits.The objectives of this course are to provide students with the following skills and knowledge:Understanding different types of compensation and benefits. Being able to choose a payment system based on the situation faced in the organization. Developing a salary, wage, and benefits scale or system.Principles of reward strategy – basic salary – total compensation – total rewards. Differentiating between salaries, wages, and benefits – developing a rewards strategy – aligning rewards strategy with human resource planning – considering company values. Recruitment and retention challenges – reward methods – graded salary approach – job grade ranges – pay progression or pay curves, Job classifications – market rates – age-related rates – bonuses and incentives – production bonuses – executive incentive plans – common benefits.
  19. Organizational Theory: This course aims to introduce students to the concept and importance of organizational theory, providing a general framework for explaining patterns of behavior within organizations. Organizational theory offers a scientific basis for administrative procedures to predict and control behavior. This course is crucial for individuals interested in organizational management, as it equips them with the knowledge and skills to understand, analyze, and manage organizations effectively
  20. Personal Companies Accounting: This course aims to define personal companies, their types, and the accounting treatment of their formation. It also covers how profits and losses are distributed in these companies. Additionally, the course introduces students to solidarity companies, simple recommendation companies, and limited liability companies, explaining how each of them is processed and handled. It also covers the merger and liquidation of such companies.
  21. Management Accounting: This course aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in using accounting information for managerial decision-making. Such decisions are typically based on a range of available alternatives. Management accounting assists in solving various problems that business organizations face by employing a variety of methods and tools unique to this field. This includes the use of cost-volume-profit analysis, primarily focusing on distinguishing between fixed and variable costs in various areas such as sales planning or operating leverage.
  22. Intermediate Accounting: This course aims to introduce students to the foundations of accounting, presenting the principles of accounting and the structure of financial statements. It deepens the student’s theoretical and practical understanding of various accounting issues related to the asset side of the balance sheet. It also covers relevant accounting standards and focuses on all aspects related to the accounting of assets, including how to evaluate and present them in the financial statements.
  23. Financial Accounting: The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the principles of financial accounting and teach them to be critical users of financial data. The course is divided into two parts: the first part introduces students to the concepts and basic measurements underlying financial data. The second part focuses on analyzing financial data and understanding the choices made by companies in financial reporting.
  24. Computer Skills: This course aims to discuss the fundamental information related to using computers in education and employing computer capabilities in the educational field. It covers dealing with basic software applications in the MS Office suite and handling digital images, including editing them using computer applications.
  25. General Statistics: The purpose of this course is to equip students with a range of skills and knowledge, including understanding the importance of statistics, the ability to select appropriate statistical methods for data, applying them using computer software, analyzing and interpreting the outputs, comprehending statistical concepts, and recognizing the role of a statistical analyst. It enhances students’ ability to engage in solving statistical problems and knowledge of data collection methods from interviews, surveys, and more.
  26. Principles of Management: This course studies how managers accomplish tasks in organizations that rely on dynamic processes for strategic planning, business development, budgeting, and operations to advance their organizations and achieve results. It identifies the concepts and skills needed for effective management in constantly changing conditions. The course reviews the manager’s skill in influencing the direction and performance of the organization, developing students’ appreciation for the value of these management activities and their connection to employee performance.
  27. Principles of Accounting 1: The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop a fundamental understanding of basic accounting concepts and practices. The course focuses on the essential accounting concepts and techniques necessary for interpreting and using financial information in the management and analysis of business operations.
  28. Principles of Microeconomics: The purpose of this course is to develop a practical knowledge of basic concepts and theories in microeconomics. This part of economics deals with the interrelationships among individual businesses, industries, consumers, workers, and other factors of production that constitute a modern economy. This course includes the core elements related to the economic interests of both the overall society and individuals who make up the modern economy.Understand the concept of firm behavior in perfect and monopolistic competition.
  29. Financial Management: Financial management involves making decisions in the areas of investment and financing, as well as financial planning and control. It deals with financial decision-making processes, mergers and acquisitions, and the establishment of new enterprises. It also encompasses measures related to the financial aspects of projects.
  30. Organizational Behavior: This course introduces students to contemporary principles of organizational behavior, emphasizing the importance of human dynamics in modern organizations. It covers individual behavior, group processes, and organizational dynamics from both management and employee perspectives.
  31. Money and Banking: This course aims to introduce students to the origin of money and its historical and modern functions from the perspective of various monetary schools. It also covers an examination of banking institutions and their central role in facilitating economic activities. This understanding will help students grasp the mechanics of monetary policy and its instruments. Additionally, the course will delve into fiscal policy and its tools, as well as important theories related to monetary and fiscal policy.
  32. Administrative Leadership: In this course, students will explore the principles of administrative leadership and learn to develop individual and collective leadership skills to impact their lives and communities. The course content areas include decision-making, goal setting, effective communication, servant leadership, time management, and tangible strategies for implementing change.
  33. Development and Administrative Reform: This course introduces students to the theory and practice of institutional reform in both developing and advanced countries. It primarily focuses on policy implementation and public sector reform, especially in the delivery of public services. It addresses theories of policy-making and implementation in the context of often complex institutional settings characterized by weak, deficient, or indifferent governance institutions and systems. Budgetary constraints, capacity, and/or staff commitment are sometimes problematic. The course discusses theories and empirical studies on state failure and inadequacy. Students learn about various reform strategies and tools, including administrative reform and downsizing.
  34. Foundations of Finance: This course aims to study the structure of the financial system and analyze its mechanisms and operations, with a focus on commercial banks, financial institutions, non-banking financial institutions, money markets, capital markets, and the impact of monetary policy on financial institutions. Additionally, it provides an introduction to the international financial system. This course also aims to equip students with fundamental concepts related to personal finance.
  35. Investment Fundamentals: This course focuses on investment and financing decisions for financial management. It covers topics related to financial analysis, planning, and control, the concept of time value of money, evaluation of bonds and stocks, capital budgeting, working capital management, return and risk, and the cost of capital.
  36. Foundations of Information Systems: This course covers the concept of information systems, their origins, development, and the introduction of operational information systems, information systems and business organizations, systems in solving administrative problems, strategic information systems, information technology/hardware used in information systems, software, communications, and networks used in information systems, and databases.
  37. Technology and Business Operations: This course aims to introduce students to know information technology can be leveraged in various areas of management and business. In today’s business landscape, success relies heavily on information—how to obtain it, use it, and retrieve it. Through this course, students will be able to apply computer knowledge relevant to their specific administrative or economic organization,  understand the processes that support the delivery and management of information technology within a specific application environment and Have the ability to analyze problems and identify and define computer requirements for solving them in addition to Identify the core variables in situations and understand their interrelationships and processing precedents.
  38. Human Resource Management: This course aims to provide students with knowledge, skills, and abilities to manage the recruitment process within an organization. Recruitment, selection, and hiring are fundamental pillars in the human resource development strategy.
  39. Service Organization Management: The aim of this course is to provide students and practitioners in various organizations at different levels with the appropriate level of scientific knowledge to understand the principles, methods, models, and modern theories in the field of service organization management. This is achieved through: it is Providing students with fundamental information about service organization management, its principles, and basic concepts and clarifying the nature of service organizations, their types, and characteristics.
  40. Crisis Management: The fundamental concepts of crisis management are part of an academic course that involves studying the general background and theoretical framework of crisis management. This includes definitions, characteristics, dimensions, causes, and types of crises and disasters, as well as procedures for dealing with them at various stages of their development.
  41. Good Governance: This course focuses on the general theoretical and practical aspects of the agenda of good governance. It examines the key economic and political entities involved in promoting good governance. It also pays attention to current indicators and quantitative measures of good governance. The course delves into the nature of systems in developing countries, the legacy of colonization, and recent political trends in regions covered by Arab countries, Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa. Understanding the complexities of politics in developing countries can shed light on the reasons for the failure of good governance and the promotion of democracy at times.
  42. Islamic Banking: The aim of this course is to introduce students to the origins, history, and principles of Islamic banking that are in accordance with Islamic law (Sharia). It covers the services offered by Islamic banks in general and the concept of Islamic finance. Additionally, the course focuses on differentiating between Islamic banks and conventional banks. Students will also learn about the financing models used in Islamic banking and how to account for each of these models.
  43. Human Resource Information Systems: This course is designed to provide an introduction to the use of technology in human resource management and how new technologies can significantly contribute to the efficiency of managing a company’s human capital. By the end of the course, students will be able to demonstrate the ability to apply the acquired knowledge in the real world and review and identify leading programs in the field of human resources available in this area.
  44. Management Functions: This course aims to impart the following skills and knowledge to students:
    Identify the key functions in the management of any organization. Understand how to link and coordinate between the functions of the organization. Recognize the role of marketing and its relationship with other functions. Understand the function of production or service delivery and its relationship with other functions. Recognize the function of finance and its relationship with other functions. Understand the function of human resource management and its relationship with other functions. Recognize the function of procurement and purchasing and its relationship with other functions. Be able to write a comprehensive plan for the organization and to develop an organizational structure for the organization.
  45. Management Information Systems: This course will introduce you to the concept of Management Information Systems (MIS) and their impact on business organizations. The purpose of this course is to study the technical, business, and managerial aspects of MIS through theoretical exploration and conceptual understanding. The focus will be on why and how different types of information systems have become essential parts of organizations. Students will gain experience in solving real-world business problems using various MIS applications during the course.
  46. Contemporary Management Theories: This course delves into the definition of management science, its components, and its significance. It also examines different schools of thought in management theory and their scholarly contributions. Additionally, it covers the managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The course further explores modern trends in management and contemporary challenges faced by the field.
  47. Financial Auditing: The objective of this course is to study the financial entity of an organization, review its financial data, and ensure its accuracy in accordance with international accounting standards. It also involves preparing necessary financial reports and aims to minimize opportunities for errors and fraud through oversight and evaluating the results of an organization’s operations.
  48. Corporate Accounting: This course covers the characteristics of the local accounting environment and financial reporting requirements for corporations. It delves into advanced financial accounting issues such as accounting for non-current assets, accounting for intangible assets, accounting for liabilities, and stockholders’ equity. It provides comprehensive coverage of merger and stock investment issues.
  49. Principles of Economics: This course aims to Introduce students to some fundamental concepts of economics, define the principles underlying the capitalist and socialist systems and compare them to the Islamic economic system, familiarize students with some concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics. Explain the banking sector and the workings of financial institutions.
  50. Quantitative Analysis for Business: This course covers the basic concepts of various quantitative analysis methods in management, with practical applications in the economic and managerial fields. Topics include decision theory, elements of decision-making problems, non-probabilistic and probabilistic decision rules, and multi-step decisions.
  51. Marketing Management: This course explores the principles, concepts, and activities of marketing in businesses and organizations, both in local and international markets. It examines how these activities are influenced by cultural, social, economic, competitive, technological, and legal factors. Additionally, the course highlights the role of marketing in achieving organizational goals and stimulating the national economy. It includes topics such as marketing program planning, implementation, and control, along with an explanation of the marketing mix elements (product, pricing, distribution, promotion).
  52. Report Preparation Using Computers: This course aims to provide students with the necessary skills, including: Familiarizing students with data collection tools, exploring advanced usage of MS Word. Analyzing and summarizing data, as well as creating charts and graphs using Excel, Creating visual representations of data using specialized charting software, Sending reports via email and adopting appropriate communication styles when addressing companies and organizations.
  53. Change Management and Organizational Development: This course covers fundamental concepts in change management and organizational development. It emphasizes the importance of these concepts within organizations, their dimensions, elements, causes, areas of application, and their relationship with job satisfaction and organizational conflict. The course also aims to introduce students to the approaches to change and organizational development in organizations and the factors that determine change strategies. It also explores organizational strategies for dealing with resistance to change.
  54. Principles of Macroeconomics: This course provides an overview of macroeconomic issues, including output determination, employment, unemployment, interest rates, inflation, and a critical discussion of monetary and fiscal policies. It explores important local, national, and international economic policies and issues. The course also introduces fundamental macroeconomic models and principles, offering insights into the experiences of major international economies.
  55. Human Resource Management: This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of key human resource functions typically found in organizational operations. Topics covered include strategic human resource planning, benefits, compensation, recruitment, selection, employee relations, labor relations, training, and development. The course is based on current human resource practices and relevant research.The course aims to equip students with the following skills and knowledge:
  56. Principles of Accounting 2: In this course, students will continue to develop a fundamental understanding of accounting principles and practices. They will be introduced to the principles of managerial accounting concepts and practices and learn how to interpret and use internal financial information in managing and analyzing business operations.
  57. Specialized English Language: This course aims to introduce students to important management-related terminology used in the English language that is beneficial for their professional careers.
  58. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: This course examines the formulation, interpretation, and application of the law to business activities. It includes a study of ethical issues that arise in contemporary workplace environments, including professional conduct and corporate social responsibility. The course covers key areas of legal regulation affecting corporations, including tort liability, contract law, partnership law, corporate law, employment and labor law, intellectual property law, environmental regulation, sustainability, and financial regulation. Emphasis is placed on the effective and experiential application of legal and ethical thinking, with a global and comparative dimension to legal and ethical issues.
  59. Principles of Marketing: In this course, students will be introduced to various aspects of marketing, including: Marketing Strategy, promotion, market Planning, distribution, industrial Marketing, Retailing and Wholesaling, target Marketing International Marketing, Market Segmentation. Services Marketing and Pricing
  60. Operations Management: This course provides an introduction to the concepts, principles, issues, and practices of operations management. It focuses on the managerial treatment of effective operations in both the manufacturing and service delivery systems. Topics covered include operations strategy, process design, capacity planning, facility location, layout design, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory control, quality assurance, and project management.
  61. Economic Feasibility Study: The objective of this course is to introduce students to the concept and significance of economic feasibility studies for industrial projects. Students will also become familiar with the stages of implementing industrial projects and understand the concepts related to industrial cost studies and their importance in feasibility studies.
  62. Public Relations Management: Through this course, students are introduced to the roles, responsibilities, and job duties of public relations officers. This includes developing the management of communication processes that occur within an organization among employees and externally with other companies or institutions, as well as communicating with various media outlets to inform them about the activities and events of the organization.
  63. Logistics Management: This course covers the role and function of supply and storage within an organization, procurement management, warehousing operations management, and the use of information and communication technologies to support supply and storage functions. By the end of this course, students should be able to Understand the role of supply and storage functions within an organization. Comprehend the mechanisms related to procurement management (stages of the supply process and its procedures, selection of sources of supply, and negotiation with suppliers, secondary sourcing). Understand the mechanisms related to warehousing operations (receipt and input to warehouses, inventory arrangement, classification, and coding). Identify the uses of information and communication technologies in supporting supply and storage functions.
  64. Project Management: This course develops a foundation for concepts and solutions that support planning, scheduling, control, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for the successful completion of a project.
  65. Entrepreneurship: This course provides an introduction to entrepreneurship and the dynamics of starting or owning a business. It is designed to assist students with the knowledge and skills needed by entrepreneurs to start and/or manage small businesses. It helps you understand the steps involved in the process of developing and transforming business ideas into a successful business model. The course focuses on the feasibility, planning, and execution of a new business venture.
  66. Strategic Management: This course explores the relationships between organizations and their environments from a corporate policy perspective. Topics to be discussed include organizational structure and development, competitive analysis, long and short-term planning, vision and mission statement creation, goal implementation, performance indicators, and evaluation.
  67. International Business Management: This course provides a study and analysis of multinational management functions and processes, including planning, organization, leadership, cross-cultural control, and border-spanning in diverse global environments and organizations. Topics include cross-cultural business, strategic planning, leadership, and human resource management.
  68. Public Administration: This course offers a historical and practical study of public administration at the national, governmental, and local levels. Topics include public policy, organizational theory, budgetary procedures, international public administration, human resources, ethics in public service, and the impact of the information age.
  69. Quality Management: This course studies the concept of “quality” within the organizational culture and how it has evolved over time. Several quality improvement techniques will be explored, including employee empowerment, quality improvement tools, multifunctional teams, leadership for quality, continuous improvement, process management, Taguchi methods, ISO 9000 standards, and the role of inspection in quality management. Issues related to implementing methods like Total Quality Management (TQM) will also be examined.
  70. International Finance: To introduce students to a variety of topics in international finance, including:
    The history and development of the international monetary system. International payments and the movement of capital and exchange rate determination. Fundamentals of the foreign exchange market.
    Balance of payments accounts and exchange rates. The theory of international parity and its interaction with exchange rate predictions. Managing exposure to multinational companies. Identifying and managing economic exposure, translation exposure, and transaction exposure. Promoting multinational companies’ participation in foreign direct investment. Theories of foreign direct investment (FDI) and associated risks
  71. Practical Training: This course aims to achieve the highest level of alignment between what students study and what is required and used in actual workplaces. It involves the educational institution collaborating with local companies to train students in performing tasks over a specified period. During this course, students take on the role of trainees and learn relevant skills and knowledge required in the profession through coordinated education at the university and real work experiences.