Course Code: 7029

Instructor: Mr. Ahmed Al-Faitori


This course focuses on bank management affairs. It explores the services that banks and their principal competitors (including savings and loans, credit unions, security and investment firms) offer in an increasingly competitive financial-services marketplace. Topics that will be covered in this the course consists of the following: bank management definition, the banking system history and regulation, commercial credit identification, asset and liability management, risk management, loan policy, and money management services, the structure of banks, financial statements of the bank; and evaluation of bank performance. The teaching approach that will be used in this course focuses mainly on a case-based and in-class discussion. This will make the teaching strategy is more student-centered than instructor-centered. 

Course Code: 7023

Instructor: Mr. Albdulrahman Algheriani


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 policymaking 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: 7025

Instructor: Mr. Adnan Aljawhari


Consumer Behaviour Module is one of the main courses at Faculty of Business Administration. This course adopts a problem-based learning approach (PBL) in teaching and focuses mainly on essential topics that help students gain a good understanding of consumer behaviour theories and practices. This, in turn, will enable students to understand, discuss, and resolve real-world problems with the focus being placed on the Libyan context. The course covers a wide range of relevant themes such as consumer behaviour definition, marketers and consumers, the consumer marketplace, consumer motivation, consumer information processing and decision making, consumer perception, consumer learning, consumer attitudes, influences on consumer behaviour, individual versus organizational buying behaviour, self and personality, and finally cultures and subcultures. This course will be taught using case analysis, PBL sessions, role play, interactive exercises, assignments, and presentations.

Course Code: 7004


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 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. 

The learning approaches adopted in this course are  lectures and discussions, presentations, and assignments.

Course Code: 1004

Instructor: Dr. Mohammed Benseleem. 


Introduction to Law Module intends to acquaint the Business Administration students with the needed basic knowledge of the law. It also intends to make them familiar with the nature, scope, and significance of law nationally and internationally. In addition, it endeavors to make Business students aware of the development of law and legal institutions of the country in general. With these objectives, the course addresses the nature, sources, and classification of law. It focuses on the Libyan legal system and Judicial Precedent. The course strives to instill in students the spirit of the law and its value. Besides, students will be aware of the meaning of rights, duties, ownership, and liability. Moreover, students will have basic knowledge of the commencement and the end of the legal personality. The course will be taught using PBL, TBL, or CBL as needed. 

Course Code: 7013

Instructor: Dr. Salwa Aghili


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 the 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: 7201

Instructor: Dr. Ibrahim Shellmani


This course provides the students with essentials that a manager needs to appreciate in order to launch e-business strategic initiatives and to manage e-business. Understanding of the skills, business concepts, strategic opportunities, and social issues that surround the emergence of e-Commerce and e-Business will also be provided. Essential concepts such as different forms of e-Commerce, e-Business models and frameworks, supply chain management, global e-Commerce, social networks will be discussed.

This course is a management course and not a technical one. Its main aim is to introduce to the students the organizational, managerial, technological and theoretical aspects of e-Business and to exhibit how these components can be combined together to enhance the competitiveness of an organization.

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching of course will be switched to blended mode. For the distance learning mode, lectures, assignments, teaching and learning activities and assessments are based on distance learning (e-learning). The course materials will be shared on the Moodle, and lectures, learning activities and students' discussions are conducted via Zoom Platform. However, for the in class teaching mode; learning activities, presentations and discussions are conducted within the LIMU campus. During the in class lectures, the LIMU Administration will take the necessary measures to keep social distancing and will follow strict regulations to ensure the safety of students and staff.