Course Code: 72214

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.

Course Code: 72213

This course covers a wide range of interrelated themes from the consumer marketplace, consumer motivation, consumer information processing and decision making, consumer perception, consumer learning, consumer attitudes, external influences on consumer behaviour and organisational buying behaviour. This course is essential for all students considering a career in any form of product sales, services, marketing and customer relations in Libya and abroad. 

Course Code: 72210

Operations Management (OM) is concerned with the management of resources and activities that produce and deliver goods and services for customers quickly, at a low cost and with high quality. The course focuses on the basic concepts, issues, and techniques for efficient and effective operations. Special emphasis is placed on process improvement and supply chain management. Topics include operations strategy, product and service design, process design and analysis, capacity planning, lean production systems, materials and inventory management, quality management and six-sigma, industrial project management, and industrial supply chain management.


Course Code: 72210

Operations Management (OM) is concerned with the management of resources and activities that produce and deliver goods and services for customers quickly, at a low cost and with high quality. The course focuses on the basic concepts, issues, and techniques for efficient and effective operations. Special emphasis is placed on process improvement and supply chain management. Topics include operations strategy, product and service design, process design and analysis, capacity planning, lean production systems, materials and inventory management, quality management and six-sigma, industrial project management, and industrial supply chain management. 


Course Code: 72210

This course provides an introduction to macroeconomics theory and policy which focuses on the aggregate behaviour 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. By the end of this Course the student should be able to describe the circular flow model, identify linkages between the markets for goods and resources as well as the exchanges between businesses and households, discuss various measures of output and income and identify the components of the expenditure and the income approaches to the measurement of GDP