ACC511 : Accounting for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)
This course provides the students with a comprehensive introduction to the basic concepts, procedures and techniques of managerial accounting. Students will be able to use the financial information to take different managerial decisions.
-MGT511 : Contemporary Management : (Credit hours: 3)
This is a generic course, which demonstrates the basic concepts and essential skills for any successful manager such as supervision, delegation, negotiation, team building, leadership, and effective communication skills. It also gives an introduction to the conceptual framework of Organisation behaviour which focuses on the individuals within organisation as the relevant unit of analysis in addition to study of nature and relationship among groups and departments that make up those organisations.
-FIN521 : Financial Management : (Credit hours: 3)
The course is designed to provide students with an introduction to finance and a general understanding of financial management basic concepts and practices; synthesising current principles of managerial finance, investment and financial markets.
The course is structured to cover an overview of managerial finance, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital and dividend policy and financing strategies.
-MKT521 : Marketing Management : (Credit hours: 3)
This course focuses on marketing and its role within organisations. It introduces the marketing concept, examines its relationship to other functions in the firm and looks at techniques and frameworks used to examine marketing environments, understand consumer and organisational buying behaviour, segment markets and position products, develop new products, manage existing products and promote, price and place products.
-HRM521 : Human Resources Management : (Credit hours: 3)
This course focuses on (1) managers and leaders with the responsibility to optimise performance and do what is ethically correct; (2) HRM specialists who advise, support, and aid managers and non-managers in their work; and (3) employees who must do the work. Hence, this course is concerned with applying the HRM concepts, procedures, models, tools, and techniques without exercising discrimination and violating the laws and regulations.
-MGT532 : Strategic Management : (Credit hours: 3)
This course integrates all the business courses such as management, marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources to develop a company-wide point of view. It goes on by teaching the student conceptual approaches to dealing effectively with top management problems.
The role of the general manager is the central one examined here. Problems in developing the strategy of a single business are addressed as well as corporate-level decisions.
-GEN103 : Business Research Methods II : (Credit hours: 3)
This course focuses on the role of statistics and business research as tools for the manager to use when making planning and operating decisions. The course prepares the manager to be a critical consumer of statistics capable of assessing the validity and reliability of statistics and business research prepared for the manager's use. Topics include research design and data collection, survey design and sampling theory, probability theory, hypothesis testing, and research reporting and evaluating.
-ECO511 : Economics for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)
This course covers microeconomic concepts relevant to managerial decision-making. Students develop an understanding of the economic environment in which the firm operates and learn to think strategically within it.
Topics include: demand and supply analysis, consumer demand theory, production theory, price administration, perfect competition, externalities and public goods, rudimentary game theory, oligopoly, transaction cost economics, hidden information, and market signalling.