AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University

# Subject Credit Hours
1 Operation Management 3

5th Semester

2 Managerial Economics 3
3 Cost Accounting (i) 3
4 Quantitive Methods 3
5 Business Law 3
6 Corporate Finance 3
# Subject Credit Hours
1 Management Information Systems (MIS) 3

 

6th Semester

2 Research Methodologies 3
3 Management Accounting 3
4 Cost Accounting (ii) 3
5 Governmental Accounting 3
6 Corporate Accounting 3

 

Busi 312 Quantitative Methods for Business

Objective:-

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the use of quantitative tools for decision making in complex management situations. Practical and real cases will be examined.

Content:-

Topics to be covered includes: Decision Making Matrix, Decision Trees, Sensitivity Analysis, forecasting techniques, Statistical quality control techniques.

Econ 313 Managerial Economics

Objective:-

The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the principles of economic theory and analytical tools that can be used in decision making and problem solving in management.

Content:-

Topics include: Introduction to Managerial Economics; Role of the managerial economist, Demand: Concepts of demand; Theory Equilibrium and Determination of price; Exceptional Demand curves; Elasticity of demand; Forecasting technique, Cost analysis: Cost Concepts; Cost output functions, Economies of scale; Production analysis: The production function. Profit analysis: Profit maximization and planning; profit planning, Cost –volume-profit (CVP) relations; Break even analysis, Market structure and price determination;

Law 314 Business Law

Objective:-
This course aims at equipping the student with the rules of the commercial law that govern the business environment.

Content:-

Topics include: the principles of the law of contract, law of sale, law of agency and the rules of law that organize the companies and partnerships    

Syst 323 Management Information Systems

Objective:-

The objective of the course is to emphasize the fundamental premise that information technology’s primary role in the digital corporation is to provide business solutions in a dynamically changing environment.

Content:-

 Topics include: Information system in business, Competing with information technology, Electronic business systems: Functional Business systems, Cross-Functional systems, Enterprise business systems: CRM, ERP and SCM, Electronic commerce systems: Fundamentals & application issues, Information & Decision support in business

Busi 326 Research Methods for Business

Objective:-

The course aims at equipping students with an understanding of the research process, tools and techniques in order to facilitate managerial decision-making.

Content

Introduction to Business Research, Research Design and Data Collection, Sample Design, Data Analysis, Interpretation and Report Preparation

Acct 322- Cost Accounting 2                        3 Credits

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to equip the student with advanced concepts of costing in the manufacturing companies.

Content:

 Topics covered in this course include quality costing, activity based costing, standard costs, capital budgeting, flexible budgets and overhead analysis.

Acct 324- Governmental Accounting                      3 Credits

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to provide the student with the basic concepts and tasks of the government entities.

Content:

 Topics covered include the essentials of accounting for governmental and not-for-profit organizations and the principles of fund accounting theory. It demonstrates the procedures of recording, budgeting, and evaluating the financial performance of governmental agencies and not-for-profit organizations.

Acct 325- Accounting for Companies         3 Credits

Objective:-

The objective of this course is to provide students with the conceptual aspects, regulations and practices of partnership and corporation accounting.

Content:

 The main topics covered include accounting for partnerships their formation, changes and liquidation of a partnership are considered. The course also examines the accounting for raising capital through the issuance of stocks and bonds, reserves and provisions and liquidation.