Course Code: 7BAG24
Instructor: Mr. Jaser Asweri
The ultimate purpose of this course is to help students become more proficient and effective at making decisions taking into account ethical and moral values. As such, the course is designed to expose students to - and help them gain facility with - a set of ideas and concepts that can help them structure their thinking and more fully develop an approach to recognizing and incorporating a consideration of ethics into their own decision-making framework. This will enable them to reason more effectively about the role of ethics in a complex, dynamic, business environment, and will ultimately further develop their sense of responsible judgment. This will include all related-business disciplines such as Accounting, Marketing, Purchasing, Storing, Banking, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Financing, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, and Political Science…etc.
Course Code: 7BAC221
Instructor: Mr. Nassef Al-Hassi
This course is one of the core courses for Accounting. Our primary concern is to develop an understanding of the principles involved in the preparation of general-purpose financial statements. This course is the foundation for all the work in accounting that many of the student will need for the rest of their professional lives! We will deal with issues regarding to how to account for transactions involving the major accounts in the asset, liability, and equity sections of the balance sheet. We will learn and explore Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), including the effects on the balance sheet, on income, and on cash flows. In addition, we will critically evaluate GAAP as compared to other alternatives, from the perspectives of both the issuer and user of financial information. Money value, Income statements, cash accouting, short and long term investments, inventory evaluation, intangible assets, leasing, changes in financial position, prices effects on financial statements are key themes to be covered. This course will also help in developing students' ability to be a “life-long learners” by providing the opportunity to work outside the classroom environment in projects and field research at local businesses.
- Teacher: Nasif Elhasi
Course Code: 72113
Instructor: Mr. Ahmed Al-Faitory
This course aims to introduce students to financial management discipline. This, in turn, will cover wide range of related topics such as: financial statements, cash flow, money value, bonds, shares, interest rates, risk and return, cost of capital, corporate value, and governance.
- Teacher: Ahmed Al Faitory
The aim of the course is to study issues related to human resources management and development in organizations such as human resources planning at the organization level, study of recruitment policies required by the organization, recruitment policies, remuneration, training, transfer and promotion, labor safety studies, job analysis systems, Retirement and Termination Study.
- Teacher: Seraj Alagory
Course Code: 7BAC208
Instructor: Dr. Ibrahim Al-Shellmani
The course helps you to understand the role of information technology in organization/business environment, Provide fundamental knowledge of information technology architecture and IT infrastructure. Introduce the state-of-the-art technologies that will contribute towards future development of IT and applications. Discuss issues contributing to security, integrity, ethics, successful planning, design, development, implementation and management of information technology. Equip students with an understanding of information technology concepts and practical techniques for using effectively in challenging environments.
- Teacher: Ibrahim Al Shellmani
Course code: 7BAC210
Instructor: Dr. Saleh AbeidaThis course provides an introduction to macroeconomics theory and policy which focuses on the aggregate behavior of households, firms and the government. Topics covered include gross domestic product, national income, economic growth, unemployment, inflation, the business cycle, fiscal policy and monetary policy, and international trade.
- Teacher: Saleh Abeida