301711 Human Resources Management                                      (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course focuses on the study of different functions and mission of a human resources management in a business organization, and how to integrate theoretical foundation with managerial practices. It aims also at improving the managerial practices regarding the human capital in organizations in terms of their planning, staffing, development, evaluation, and compensation.
301712 Strategic Management                                                      (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course focuses on the study of the company overall strategy. The formulation and implementation of that strategy within the constraints of the external and internal environmental variables are the core of this course. In depth, analysis of cases covering various types of strategies in different types of corporations is an integrated part of the course to blend theory and practice.
301713 Organizational Behavior                                                    (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course includes the following subjects: Perceptions, Attitudes, Values, Personality, Learning, Work Stress, Frustration, Foundation of Group Behavior, Understanding Work teams, Group Types, Groups Structure, Informal Groups, Organization structure (work design), Technology, communication leadership, Motivation (Job satisfaction), Types of Environment, Elements of Environments, Environmental Uncertainty, Organization and Environment.
301714 Organization Theory                                                          (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course illustrates different theories of organization, the definition of organization, its characteristics, types, organizational environment, the contemporary factors impinging upon it, especially the external environment, organization technology, growth, conflict, innovation and climate and culture.
301715 International Business                                                       (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course provides students with knowledge concerning multinational and global organizations and the role of organizations in the field of business globalization, and the effect of legal and cultural environment.
301716 Change Management                                                         (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course presents nature, elements, and different types of change and managerial approaches to change management. It provides critical review of the internal and external forces that call the organizational change and the contemporary challenges facing managers and providing students with necessary knowledge and skills.
301717 Executives' Lectures                                                          (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The field of business administration is a multidisciplinary subject such as Human Resource management, E-management, International management, etc… As the world is continually witnessing changes and challenges stemming from the volatile environment of business it becomes necessary for business leaders and managers to learn and get acquainted with these issues as they are being practiced in the real world of business. Hence, this course brings in different professionals and experts in the field of business from both the public and private sectors to talk about their experience in the field and how they face crises and solve problems.
301718 Planning and Managerial Control                                       (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course is designed to provide students with information understanding and practices of the planning and controlling functions and their related activities in addition to their related tools and practices. These areas will be examined as well as its contributions to management, in addition to the relationship between them and other functions.
301721 Research Methodology                                                      (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course covers the essentials of research methods such as definition of scientific research, its importance, types, steps and methods. It also covers sources and methods of data collection and analysis. Sampling and estimation in addition to all parametric and non-parametric statistical tests that might be used in analyzing data will also be covered.
301722 Quantitative Analysis                                                        (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The Course is designed to provide students with skills needed to use and methods in the decision making process.
It covers the following topics: operation research, theory, linear programming (graphic methods, simplex theory and network models method), inventory models, queuing simulation, and analytic hierarchy process and replacement analysis. 
301723 Production & Operations Management                             (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course contains many topics such as: Forecasting, Capacity Planning, Queuing theory, Facility location, Layout Planning, Job design, Production Standards and work measurement, Scheduling, Inventory control, Quality control, materials requirement planning, Maintenance, and just-in Time System With concentration on Quantitative techniques.
301798 Comprehensive Examination                                             (0:0-0)
Prerequisite: None
301799 Thesis                                                                                 (9:0-9)
Prerequisite: None
302741 Financial Management                                                       (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course provides the main theme of corporate finance. Following the introduction to corporate finance and corporate accounting financial statements, the course describes how investment opportunities are valued in financial markets and introduces the basic measures of risk. The CAPM and APT are used to devise methods for incorporating risk in valuation. Finally, the course examines capital structure, dividends policy, corporate failure and forms of reorganization such as mergers and acquisitions.
302743 Managerial Accounting                                                       (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course covers both traditional topics such as product costing, budgeting, performance evaluation and transfer pricing, and contemporary topics such as activity – based costing, cost behavior, customer profitability analysis, target costing and strategic cost management.
302744 Managerial Economics                                                        (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
Basic knowledge in economics and quantitative methods including fundamental concepts and analytical tools of microeconomics; Price theory; Constraints; Opportunity costs; Marginal decision-making; Specialization and exchange. Furthermore, the course emphasizes on analyzing demand, forecasting, market structure, competition, theory and estimation of costs and optimal pricing and output decisions.
302745 Portfolio Management                                                       (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course introduces the main investment tools available to investors. It defines quantitative methods of measuring risk and return and methods of constructing efficient portfolios using the capital asset pricing model. It also covers management of mutual funds and financial derivatives, such as options, the future, as well as the efficient market hypothesis.
302746 Money and Capital Markets                                               (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to financial markets using descriptive as well as, analytical and conceptual tools. It explores the money and capital markets and introduces analytical analysis of the risk and term structure of interest rates, inflation, and bond maturity strategies. The course will also explain the equity market, the primary and secondary markets and the investment banking industry. Finally, the course will provide analysis of financial derivatives markets and risk management. These markets consist of futures, options and swap markets.
304732 Electronic Business Management                                      (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course addresses the main issues involved in introducing E-Business into an organization. Fundamental concepts for moving into E-Business including: E-Business technology infrastructure; Making the business case for E-Business; Security; Electronic payment systems; Choosing the applications portfolio, redesigning business processes, changing ways of dealing with business partners, business-to-consumer and business–to-business E-commerce; Business models; Strategy, Behavioral and interface issues; Legal and privacy concerns.
305719 Knowledge Management                                                   (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course introduces knowledge management concepts and techniques used to capture, transfer and share organization knowledge. Key topics include knowledge management concepts, knowledge management systems, life cycle, knowledge creation and architecture, capturing tacit knowledge, knowledge clarification, system testing and deployment, knowledge transfer and knowledge sharing in the E-world, knowledge tools and knowledge management portals, knowledge ownership and managing knowledge workers.
305731 Management Information Systems                                  (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course aims at providing students with current and emerging advanced topics in the field of Management Information Systems. Topics include decision support systems and executive support systems, advanced network management, advanced electronic commerce issues, international management information systems, and legal and regulatory issues, telecommunications, the management information system life cycle with emphasis on the manager's perspective and the emerging applications of artificial intelligence and expert systems in management.
306721 Marketing Management                                                     (3:3-0)
Prerequisite: None
The course focuses on the study of the modern marketing concepts and orientations, as well as the courses of action, which are related to the management of the marketing activity in the firm and the decision-making process, problem solving and cases study. The course also deals with the practice of the strategic marketing concepts and adjusting them to the firm's environment. Within this context, the student studies the current theoretical approaches in marketing, the  consumer behavior, the strategic methodology and planning in marketing, the marketing environment, market and product planning, product development, life cycle and improvement, designing pricing policies and distribution and promotion systems and techniques, negotiations and bargaining and marketing research and marketing information system (MIS).
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