Course Code: 7030

Instructor: Dr. Mariam Alkawfi

Description:

The course provides an introduction to a core area of economics known as microeconomics. It considers the operation of a market economy and the problem of how best to allocate society's scarce resources. The course considers the way in which various decision-making units in the economy (individuals and firms) make their consumption and production decisions and how these decisions are coordinated. It considers the laws of supply and demand and introduces the theory of the firm, and its components, production and cost theories, and models of market structure. The various causes of market failure are assessed, and consideration is given to public policies designed to correct this market failure.

Course Code: 7BAC205

Instructor: Dr. Mabrouka Al-Werfalli

Description:

Political Sciences Module is one of the main courses in business administration colleges in the world. This course adopts a problem-based learning approach (PBL) in teaching and focuses mainly on essential topics that help students to have a good understanding of Political Sciences Knowledge. This, in turn, will allow students to be able to understand, discuss, and resolve real-world problems with the focus being placed on the Libyan context. This course is aimed at providing a profound insight into political sciences. The target is to shape the students' knowledge. Hence, it will be necessary to explain the development of political sciences, the development of political theory, and political terminologies. Also, it is important to explain the political Practices that shape our daily life and values. Political sciences offer a wide field of knowledge. Hence, this course provides an introduction to political sciences, political practices, values, approaches, philosophies, and theories. This course will cover The formation of the State, the emergence of the modern state, types of state, its obligations and duties towards society and individuals, Comparative politics, the formation of political culture, social and political change, and political participation, Political theory, and ideology, Capitalism, Communism, Totalitarianism and Nationalism -Public opinion and Pressure Groups, Political governing systems and divisions, the separation of Powers, Political Institutions Public opinion, Lobbies, and Pressure groups, the formation of Civil Society, Public administration and public policy and local governing system, International Law, International Relations, International Organizations, Political research methods, Global and Regional policies, Globalization, and its impact on politics.



Course Code: 7010

Instructor: Dr. Tarek Elsharif

Description:

Introduction to Accounting is a key course for business students. The role of Accounting is to provide information to investors, policy-makers, regulators, and other decision-makers to facilitate the allocation of resources in society. This course aims to help students to have a good understanding of the accounting process and to develop skills necessary to prepare financial statements and evaluate an enterprise’s financial position, operating, investing, and financing activities. 

Course Code: 7084

Instructor: Mr. Hassan Almadany 

Course Description.

This course is designed to serve as an introduction to the basic principles of marketing, practices, and the application of these practices. Students will learn how marketers deliver value in satisfying customer needs and wants, determine which target markets the organization can best serve, and decide upon appropriate products, services, and programs to serve these markets. Topics include Introduction to Marketing, Marketing Environment, Consumer buying behavior, Market segmentation, also students will learn about the product classification and product line, Branding, Packaging, Labeling and Barcoding, pricing strategies, promotion and distribution channels. 

This course uses some learning approaches that put the student in the center of the learning process such as problem-based learning (PBL), Team-based Learning (TBL), and case-study learning approach. The focus of this course is on common basic topics that help students to have good knowledge and skills about Marketing.

 This course will be taught by case analysis, interactive exercises, and assignments. presentation and assessments.





Course Code: 7008

Instructor: Dr. Mariam Alkwafi

Description:

This course helps students to understand the foundations of statistics. It was designed to help students to understand statistical techniques theoretically needed for the business context. This is critical to demonstrate good use of statistical analysis to improve management and marketing decision making in particular. Interpretation, solution explanations, and drawing conclusions are essential skills that will be developed in this course. The course covers a variety of basic themes including central tendency, frequencies, means, standard division, graphs, types of data, parametric and nonparametric tests, correlations, regressions, and some other relevant basic themes. 

Course Code: 7200

Instructor: Dr. Souad Mugassabi

Description:

This course has been designed to provide mathematical functions for students enrolled in Business and economics. It begins with non-calculus topics such as functions, equations, and inequalities, then some calculus topics such as limits, continuity, and differentiation, will be covered with applications.  

Course Code: 1003

Instructor: Mrs. Hana Hadaga

Description:
Academic Essay Writing is a course designed to prepare students for success in the skill of Academic Writing by developing paragraph writing skills in the context of an essay. This course emphasizes writing practice and the review of basic structures, writing mechanics and proper usage. It introduces students to the basic parts and structure of the academic essay composition and helps them understand and practice the different stages of an essay writing process.