AlMughtaribeen University AlMughtaribeen University

# Subject Credit Hours
1 Operation Management 3

5th Semester

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


6th Semester

2 Research Methodology 3
3 Management Accounting 3
4 Principles of Finance 3
5 Investment Management 3
6 Small Business Finance 3
7 Bank Accounting 3
8 Markets & Finance Institutions 3


Busi 312 Quantitative Methods for Business


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.


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

Econ 313 Managerial Economics


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.


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

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


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


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.


 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


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


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