Course Code: 7016

Instructor: Mr. Gheith Alzawy


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 students will need for the rest of their professional lives! We will deal with issues regarding 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 accounting, short and long-term investments, inventory evaluation, intangible assets, leasing, changes in financial position, price effects on financial statements are key themes to be covered. This course will also help in developing students' ability to be “life-long learners” by providing the opportunity to work outside the classroom environment in projects and field research at local businesses.

Course Code: 7011

Instructor: Mr. Ahmed Al-Faitory


This course aims to introduce students to financial management discipline. This, in turn, will cover a 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.

The course instructor needs to use real-world (national or international) business scenarios in teaching this course. Exercises and hands-on sessions in class with full students'' engagement is a mandatory method to guarantee a high degree of understanding and attaining the required skills.

Course Code: 7021

Instructor: Mr. Faraj


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, the 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: 7015

Instructor: Dr. Ibrahim Al-Shellmani


This course helps students to explore the components of Information Technology (IT) personal and business infrastructure. IT is an important topic that covers the major computer hardware, data storage, input, and output technologies, and the major types of computer software. The course also covers computer generations, their features and computer languages and their Levels. The course will also focus on data type, data structure, and databases. Moreover, the course will cover Computer networks. Intranets, the Internet, and network security. Information technology applications in business is also part of this course. The aim of the course is to enable candidates to equip themselves with the fundamental skills and proficiency required to cope with today’s highly challenging IT-oriented personal and business environments. This course will be taught by, interactive exercises, assignments, presentations, and assessments.

Course Code: 7031

Instructor: Ms. Mariam Alkawfi


This 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.

Course Code: 7019

Instructor: Mr. Adnan Aljawhari


Business Ethics Module is one of the main courses in business administration colleges in the world. This course adopts the case-based learning approach (CBL) in teaching and focuses mainly on essential topics that help students to have a good understanding of Business Ethics theories and practices in the world. 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. Focussing on Libyan, Arabic, and Muslim societies and cultures would be an important part of teaching this course. The course covers a wide range of relevant themes such as the meaning of ethics, ethics, and laws, theories of ethical practices at work, personal integrity, company loyalty, and responsibility conflicts are examples of themes that will be covered. This course will be taught by case analysis, interactive exercises, assignments, presentations, and assessments are a teaching strategy to make the learning process is more focused on the students.