Faculty Compulsory Requirements (21 Hours)
301101 Principles of
The course covers and defines
contemporary management concepts, principles, theories and practices in the
business sector. The course specifically includes the following topics: the
nature and importance of management, the development of management thoughts,
and management functions including planning, decision making, organizing,
directing and controlling. Explains the organizational functions of production
and operations, purchasing, marketing, human resources, logistics, financial
management, research and development and knowledge management.
302101 Principles of
course introduces the science of economics and the economic problem with its
implications for the use and allocation of economic resources. It also
discusses value theories with particular emphasis on supply and demand,
equilibrium, price determination, and elasticity.
This course introduces the science of
Statistics and statistical research methods. It also discusses sampling and
sample data collection and classification. It covers various topics in
descriptive statistics, correlation and regression analysis, time series, index
numbers and an introduction to probability theory.
303101 Principles of Accounting
course covers the definition of accounting, the role accounting plays in the
business environment, and its historical development. It covers the recording
of financial transactions relating to capital investment, fixed asset, cash,
inventory, notes payable and notes receivable and other transactions. The
course ends with preparing the income statement and balance sheet. Accounting
principles, concepts, and postulates are also discussed briefly.
304101 Introduction to
This course aims to introduce students
to the origins and beginnings of E-business, the evolution of E-business
models, integrated E-supply chain management, virtual relationships (virtual
communities and E-markets), E-marketing and its importance in the E-business
environment, the evolution of E-payment systems, E-government and the provision
of E-services, Security and protection in the E-business environment, the
impact of social, ethical and cultural issues on E-business.
305201 Management Information Systems
This course introduces the basic
concepts of management information systems and their applications in business
organizations. This includes MIS classification, functions, components, technology
infrastructures, and their impact on various management levels. It also
includes E-business and E-commerce, information systems security, and
information resources management. Labs include hands-on training to develop
selected MIS applications using MS Access.
306101 Principles of Marketing
This course covers the at defining
marketing, its foundation, functions, and stages. analyzing the marketing
environment, the marketing mix (product, price, promotion, and distribution),
market segmentation, consumer behavior, marketing information systems, and
Compulsory Requirements (60 Hours)
301212 Operations & Production
The course covers the concepts,
Strategies, and quantitative methods and analysis for decision making in the
functions of production and operations management, which are: demand
forecasting, planned location, facility layout, process strategies, capacity
planning, supply chain management, process planning and design, quality
control, aggregate planning, and scheduling.
302102 Principles of
Production Possibilities Curve (PPC).
National Accounting. Gross Domestic Product. Price Indices. Employment
Theories. Classical Theory. Modern Theory (Keynesian). Consumption Function.
Saving Function. Investment Function. Equilibrium Income and Multiplier.
Inflation. Unemployment. Fiscal and Money Policy.
302213 Financial Management
Objectives of financial management.
Financial management functions. Financial Analysis. Financial Ratios. Liquidity
Ratios. Activity Ratios. Debt Ratios. Profitability Ratios. Market Ratios. Time
Value of Money. Future Value. Present Value. Bonds. Shares. Working Capital
Management. Liquidity Management. Cash Management. Inventory.
302215 Investment Management
Real Investment and Financial Investment.
Immediate Investment and Future Investment. Risk and Return. Investment Tools.
Fair Value of Financial Instruments. Investment Decision. Investment Financing.
Formation of Investment Portfolios.
302221 Money and Banking
Origin and Evolution of Money.
Definition of Money. Money Functions. Monetary Systems and Rules. International
Monetary System. International Monetary Institutions. Money Issuance. Monetary
Theory. Economic Equilibrium. Money market. Monetary Policy. Inflation.
302303 Insurance Management
Risk Definition. Risk Management.
Insurance Definition. Main Pillars of Insurance Contract. Principles of
Insurance. Legal Features of the Insurance Contract. General Insurance. Civil
Liability Insurance. Marine Insurance. Cars Insurance. Reinsurance. Social
Security. Islamic Insurance.
302321 International Finance
International Economic Relations.
Internal and External Trade. Simple Model of Foreign Trade. Absolute Advantage
Theory. Comparative Advantage. Local Exchange Rates and Price Range. Foreign
Trade Gains. Opportunity Cost. Heckscher-Ohlin Theory. Relative Abundance of
Factors of Production. Dumping Policy. Law of Diminishing Costs. Product Cycle
Theory. Foreign Trade Indicators. Balance of Payments. Foreign Exchange
302351 Mathematics for Finance
Prerequisite: 302110 + 302213
Importance of Mathematics for
Finance. Interest. Commercial Interest and Exact Interest. Ordinary Annuity.
Debt and Commercial Papers Discounting. Repayments of Short-term Debt. Compound
interest. Present Value and Long-term Debts Discounting. Debts Payment. Debts
Discounting. Debts Replacement. Bonds.
302352 Real Estate Investment and
Types of Real Estate. Real Estate
Regulations. Real Estate Investment strategies. Principles of Real
Estate Financing. Source of Funding. Capital Market Obstacles. Description and
Measurement of Real Estate. Real Estate Management.
302354 Financial Institutions
Definition of Financial Institutions.
Financial Services. Credit Tools. Risks. Assets Management Analysis. Liability
Management. Liquidity Management. Financial Institution Evaluation Methods.
Liquidity Management. Profitability Management. Working Capital Management.
302401 Computer Applications in
Finance and Trading Mechanisms
Prerequisite: 302351 + 305101
Revision of Excel Rules and
Instructions. Using Excel Functions. Value of the Periodic Installment. Loan
Installments Calculation. Future Value and Present Value, and their
Applications. Evaluation of Investment Projects. Credit Risk Classification.
Using Goal seek Function in Finance. Trading Mechanisms in Financial Markets.
302411 Feasibility Study and Projects
Definition of Feasibility Study.
Feasibility Study Preparation. Major Aspects of Feasibility Study
(Environmental, Legality, Marketing, Price Policy, Technical, Financial).
Projects Creation. Follow-Up of Existing Projects. Building the Project Work
302414 Corporate Finance
General Concepts. Cash Flows.
Dividends Policies. Financial Planning. Cost of Capital. Capital Structure.
Financial Lease. Merging. Business Failure.
302422 Financial and Money
Rating. Money market. Capital Market.
Direct and Indirect Finance. Organized and Unorganized Markets. Brokerage
Companies. Margin Accounts. Buy and Sale Orders. Marker Indices. Stocks
Evaluation. Bonds Evaluation. Technical Analysis. Fundamental Analysis.
Efficient Market Hypothesis.
Usury. Concept of Islamic Banking.
Objectives and Responsibilities of Islamic Banks. Sources of Funds in Islamic
Banks. Investing Money in Islamic Banks. Banking Services. Social Services of
Return on Individual Investment.
Determining Risk. Standard Deviation. Diversification and Portfolio Risk. Types
of Risk. Portfolio Risk Measurement. Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). Beta
Coefficient. Portfolio Performance Measures. Investment Companies. Types of
Investment Funds. Rating of Investment Funds. Fees and Expenses of Investment
Funds. Financial Derivatives. Futures. Forewords. Swaps.
302452 Financial Risk
Financial Risks at Financial
Institutions. Interest Rate Risk Management In Banks. Sources of Banks Interest
Rate Risk. Measuring Banks Interest Rate Risk. Credit Risk management in Banks
Sources of Credit Risk. Measuring Credit Risk. Risk Management of Foreign
302498 Graduation Project / Field
Prerequisite: 90 Hours
Guiding the student to use the
scientific methodology. Assigning the students to complete
applied research related to one of the Financial and Banking sciences topics.
Provide the student with the opportunity to practice in the field and apply
financial and banking concepts, principles, and functions in a practical manner
in a financial institution or company. Preparing a report at the end of the training
period summarizing what he/she has done.
303102 Principles of Accounting
Accounting Adjustments for elements
of Statements of Financial Position, Cash Adjustments, Accounts Receivables,
Notes Receivable, Inventory, Short term Investments, Current Liabilities,
Preparing Financial Statements after adjustments.
303205 Accounting for Financial
Accounting for financial institution
in banks and insurance companies. Operations of banks and their departments.
The accounting practices in deposits and current accounts, letters of credit
and letters of guarantee and bills of collection. Preparation of banks financial
statements, types of insurance, accounting for different insurance types, life
Elective Requirements (6 Hours)
302324 Public Finance
Private and Public Needs. Private and
Public Finance. Public Finance in Developed Countries. Public Finance in
Underdeveloped Countries. Public Expenditure. Economic Impact of Public
Expenditure. Classification of Public Expenditure. Public Expenditure in Jordan.
Public Revenue. Public Budget. Principles of Public Budget. Cycle of Public
Main Principles of life Insurance.
Methods of determination of Amount of Life Insurance. Main Conditions of Life
Insurance Policy. Types of Life Insurance. Calculation of Life Insurance
Premium. Health Insurance. Takaful Insurance.
302403 Managerial Economics
Profit. Markets. Demand and Supply.
Forecasting Methods. Cost Estimation. Market Structure. Pricing Policy. Capital
Budgets. Investment Decisions. Marginal Analysis for Optimal Decision-Making.
Managerial Decisions at Competitive Markets.
302450 Bank Operations
Definition of Banks. Financial
Resources of Banks. Current Accounts. Banking Facilities. Bills of Exchanges
(Drafts). Electronic Banking Services. Foreign Banking Operations. Bills of
Collection. Documentary Credits. Guarantees. International Finance.
302455 Topics in Finance
Financial Management. Corporate
Finance. Time Value of Money. Agency Problem and Asymmetric Information.
Perpetuities and Annuities.
302457 Financial Derivatives
Definition of Financial Derivatives.
Options. Buy Option. Sale Option. Options Strategies. Forewords and Futures.
Pricing Forewords and Futures. Swaps.
Supportive Compulsory Requirements (9 Hours)
301103 Introduction to Research
The course identifies the basics of
the scientific research, and clarifies the tools, methods and approaches that
can be used, and thus, the student will be able to prepare and write different
reports and research. This in turn will help the student to overcome and deal
with several life problems in a scientific manner.
301221 Commercial Legislation
This course clarifies and explains
several trade laws and regulations, and it shows how to distinguish between
commercial and civilian businesses. It also defines the concepts of merchant
and store and it identifies their characteristics. The final part of the course
covers the topic of the commercial companies including their types and legal
status depending on the laws that regulate the companies' activities.
302110 Mathematics for Business
Sets. Periods. Polynomial. Fraction.
Integer Exponents. Linear inequalities. Functions. Straight-line equation.
Derivation. Integration. Matrices.
305101 Introduction to Computer
Prerequisite: 9601099 / P.T
Introduction introduces students to
the basic concepts of computer, computer applications and the Internet. Plus
how to use computer and file management. In this course, students will learn
how to use the following applications:
This course also includes an
introduction to web page design and training students to design web pages using
Ms Word application.
Elective Requirements (From Other Faculty Department)
301311 Human Resources
This course clarifies the concept of
human resources management in terms of its importance, nature, and the
functions required to design and establish the workforce (design and analyze
the work, human resource planning, recruitment of human resources, selection
and assignment), compensation and reward of human resources (job evaluation system,
financial compensation system, financial rewards system and performance
evaluation system), training and development, human resource sustainability
(safety provision, health provision), and human resource relations (human
resource integration , labor relations) and finally analyze the role of these
functions such as participation in policy and strategy development.
303305 Financial Statements Analysis
Concept of Financial Analysis,
Financial strategic analysis, the approaches and methods used in analyzing
corporate financial statements. measure and assess the entity's performance
with regard to profitability, liquidity, solvency, capital structure and risk.
techniques used in leverage analysis, basic and diluted earnings per share,
preparation and analysis of cash flow statement, earnings quality, Proforma
Financial Statement, forecasting financial failure.
303310 Accounting Information Systems
Prerequisite: 303102 + 305101
basic concepts, functions, and the
factors influencing the design of an accounting information system. Designing a
database for an accounting information system, practical application of the
previous topics by using the accounting software QuickBooks.
304411 Entrepreneurship and building the
project business plan (3:3-0)
Foundations of entrepreneurship,
entrepreneurial mind, strategic management in entrepreneurship, E-business and
entrepreneurship, sources of ideas for new projects, forms of business
ownership and franchising, the difference between shareholders and the nature
of business opportunities and planning for startups, develop a business plan,
develop a marketing plan, develop a financial plan, Cash flow management,
sources of funds: Equity and debt, global aspects of entrepreneurship.
305320 E-Commerce &
Principles of E-commerce, E-markets,
retail E-commerce, consumer behavior, types of E-commerce, E-commerce models,
E-payment models, profit models, E-payment methods, ethics related to
306310 Financial Services
This course discusses financial
services, electronic marketing of financial services and banking, the financial
marketing environment, characteristics of financial products, marketing mix of
financial services, the quality of financial services, the strategy and product
life cycle of financial services, pricing, distribution and promotion of
financial services, the effect of personal selling and public relations on