Academic Program :Business Administration Techniques

Programme Aim 

 1. The department aims to create specialized technical staff in managing administrative activities in both public and private sectors and using modern techniques and methods in the fields of organization management, human resources management, marketing, project management and evaluation, production, quality, planning and development.

  2. Enrich administrative thought with concepts and issues related to electronic knowledge such as computer applications, internet use, etc., as well as management and other activities.

  3. The business management program provides students with the skills needed to work alone or in a team.

  4. The Department of Business Management Technologies seeks to provide students with theoretical and applied knowledge of business management to meet the different needs of different types of business organizations in the local and regional environments.

  5. Stimulating and supporting scientific research in the fields of business administration at the level of faculty members and students, establishing and supporting participation in local, Arab and international conferences and seminars and cooperating with business administration departments in other universities in scientific fields.

  6. Providing courses to all departments of the state and various disciplines in order to improve the reality of those departments.

Mode and Duration of Study

  The Business management techniques program extends over four academic years. Courses are offered through eight semesters during four academic years. In the four  academic years, the student is required to conduct full semester classes.

Medium and Course Assessment

The program will be taught in Arabic and English. Campus lectures and list of suggested readings will be provided to help students to grasp the fundamental concepts of Administration Techniques and Business Management Techniques Assessment of each course may include assignments, mid-term examinations, project papers, and course work, as well as a final examination, which is normally held at the end of the semester.

Graduation Requirements

 Students are required to complete 47courses  (147 credits) successfully Those who have failed a course are allowed a second attempt and those who failed again are terminate from the program.

The first stage – the first course

NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Principles of Economics

3

2

4

assistant

2.        

Principles of Statistics

4

2

5

Assistant

3.        

computer applications

1

2

2

Assistant

4.        

human rights

2

2

General

5.        

English

2

2

General

6.        

Arabic

2

0

2

General

Total

 

14

6

17

 

 

 

The first stage – the second course

NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Principles of management

4

2

5

Specialized

2.        

computer applications

1

2

2

Assistant

3.        

Principles of Mathematics

1

2

2

Assistant

4.        

Accounting principles

4

2

5

Specialized

5.        

Management reading

2

2

3

Specialized

6.        

Management economy

3

2

4

Assistant

Total

 

15

12

22

 

 

The second stage – the first course

NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Human Resources (1)

2

2

3

Specialized

2.        

Production and Operations Management (1)

2

2

3

Specialized

3.        

Marketing(1)

2

2

3

Specialized

4.        

Ready applications

1

2

2

Assistant

5.        

Intermediate Accounting(1)

2

2

3

Assistant

6.        

Quantitative methods

1

2

2

Assistant

7.        

Production systems

1

2

2

Specialized

8.        

English

2

2

General

Total

 

13

14

20

 

 

The second stage – the second course

NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Human Resources  (2)

2

2

3

Specialized

2.        

Production and Operations Management (2)

2

2

3

Specialized

3.        

Marketing (2)

2

2

3

Specialized

4.        

Ready applications 1

1

2

2

Assistant

5.        

Intermediate Accounting (2)

2

2

3

Assistant

6.        

knowledge management

1

2

2

Specialized

7.        

E-Marketing

1

2

2

Specialized

8.        

training

Specialized

Total

 

11

14

18

 

 

third level


NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Cost accounting

1

2

4

Assistant

2.        

Financial management

2

2

4

Specialized

3.        

Ready applications 2

1

2

4

Assistant

4.        

Organization management

2

1

5

Specialized

5.        

Management information system

1

2

4

Specialized

6.        

Administrative economy

1

2

4

Assistant

7.        

Production systems

1

2

4

Specialized

8.        

National business management

2

1

5

Specialized

9.        

English

1

2

General

10.                         

training

Total

 

11

14

36

 

 

The fourth stage

 

NO.

Subject Name

Theoretical units

Practical units

number of units

Type of material

1.        

Management accounting

1

2

4

Assistant

2.        

Insurance and risk management

1

1

3

Assistant

3.        

Ready applications

1

2

4

Assistant

4.        

Evaluation of projects and feasibility

1

2

4

Specialized

5.        

Strategic management

2

1

5

Specialized

6.        

Quality Control Management

1

2

4

Specialized

7.        

Banking language

1

2

4

Specialized

8.        

English

1

2

General

9.        

research project

2

4

Specialized

Total

 

11

12

34