Course Code: 00055

Instructor: Mrs. Hala El-Atrash

The Module Jurisprudence law builds a legal environment to the diversity of business strategies. Therefore, most Business and finance colleges in the world educating their students along with law basis, which enables them to be qualified to solve business issues or to prevent any potential legal issue. Thus, learning Jurisprudence law module draws the specific features of law mechanisms, with providing a comprehensive legal rules and basis, as a result, students will be able afterward to study effectively Commercial law in following semester, this will grant the students the capability to understand the law terminology in a straightforward way, which ends them up to be familiar with legal principles, analyses lawful conducts, facts, cases. Then, allowing the students to link their legal views and results to the business and commerce in all levels domestic and international application.

Course Code: 00044

Instructor: Dr. Ibrahim El-Shelmani

This course focuses on how to use technology in doing business. Understanding the main concepts related to Electronic Management will be discussed. Definitions, applications, tools, models, assessment, controlling tools are key themes that should be covered in this course. Developed companies applications and experiences should be understood well to be adopted in the local Libyan context. 

Course Code: 00033

Instructor: Mr. Ahmed Al-Faitori

This course focuses on bank management affairs. Topics that will be covered in this course consists of the following: bank management definition,  banking system history and regulation, commercial credit identification, asset and liability management, risk management, loan policy, and money management services, structure of banks, financial statements of bank; and evaluation of bank performance. 

The teaching approach that will be used in this course focuses mainly on case-based and in-class discussion. This will make the teaching strategy is more student centred than instructor centered. 

Course Code: 00022

Instructor: Dr. Mabrouka El-Werfali

Public Management, or Public Administration course as might be called by some Business Schools, is one of the key courses taught at Business Administration Schools. 

The course will familiarize the student with different themes related to public management affairs in both developed and developing countries. The concept of public management and its scope, historical evolution, governance and public sector, political environment, and its influence on policy making process, democratic and bureaucratic administration, governmental spending, budgetary decision making, governmental reorganization, institutional corruption are examples of theme that might be investigated under this module. 

Case studies and real-world scenarios on public management - on the local and international levels - are very essential in teaching this course. 

Course Code: 00011

Instructor: Dr. Seraj Abbas 

This course introduces the principles of management information systems. In particular, the MIS course provides students with the educational background to the technologies of information systems and to then development of large-scale information systems. Please note that the material presented in this course takes a management approach and technical approach altogether.

Course Code: 7BAC217

Instructor: Seraj Alagory

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 behavior and organizational buying behavior. 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: 7BAC214

Instructor: Mrs. Nada El-Bouri

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.