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ACCT 511 Prerequisites

None

Discusses accounting perspectives, principles, concepts, and assumptions used in preparing financial statements of organizations for use by external parties. Emphasis is placed on interpretation and uses of the financial statements, and how this requirement relates to independent audits of management assertions as contained in financial statements. Topics include introduction to financial statements, transaction analysis, accrual accounting, internal control, accounting for various categories of assets and liabilities, cash flow analysis, and analysis of financial statements.

ECON 511 Prerequisites

None

Integrates various economic concepts and tools with managerial decision-making and policy formulation in business organizations. The course will focus on demand and consumer Behavior, production analysis and Costs, market structure and competition, and pricing strategies.

MIS 510 Prerequisites

None

Components of MIS technologies: Hardware, software, and networking components. Databases and their structures. Information systems applications including enterprise systems, ebusiness, and Decision Support Systems. Concepts and tools of systems development. Ethical and security issues.

STAT 511 Prerequisites

None

Provides an understanding of how the use of data and other quantitative information can play a critical role in understanding and resolving the uncertainty and complexity of managerial decisions. Covers both descriptive and inferential statistics. Provides students with the concepts and techniques enabling them to use statistics as a tool to make better business decisions.

ACCT 512 Prerequisites

ACCT 511

Discusses perspectives, principles, concepts, and techniques used in preparing accounting statements for internal use by the management of an organization. Topics include development and use of accounting data for management decision-making; cost concepts, behavior, and systems; activity-based costing; pricing, process, and activity decisions; budgeting, planning, and control; performance management and measurement systems; contemporary management accounting issues. Emphasis will be placed on real-world applications.

ECON 512 Prerequisites

None

Links macroeconomic policy and the economic environment to the state of the economy. The course uses the economic theory to understand the impact of financial markets and government policies on national income, employment, investment, interest rates, money supply, exchange rates, and inflation.

OM 512 Prerequisites

None

Provides an understanding of how the operations function in an organization is performed. Examines how do the operations activities of a firm that include both manufacturing and services activities create value and the competitive advantage in our increasingly interconnected and interdependent global economy.

HRM 531 Prerequisites

MGT 512

Discusses human resource management principles and theories and how these are applied in organizations operating in a globalized world. Topics include employment law; external and economic influences, recruitment, selection, training and career development, promotion, performance appraisal, ethics, business strategy integration, international human resource management, work and life programs, and compensation and benefits and how the human resource managers can be more effective in designing and implementing those strategic functions of HRM.

FIN 521 Prerequisites

ACCT 511

Provides the skills needed by financial managers to create value through good investment and financing decisions. The course focus on financing decisions through capital structure theory and dividends policy; investing decisions through advanced project evaluation and advanced capital budgeting; and valuation through modern portfolio theory, cost of capital, security and firm valuation. Other topics include leasing, mergers and acquisitions; corporate restructuring, risk management, corporate governance, and international issues.

MGT 521 Prerequisites

None

Develops students’ understanding of the underlying concepts of business ethics and corporate social responsibility which are relevant to the contemporary business environment. It focuses on developing the critical views about the concepts of ethics and social responsibility, and general rules and principles of moral reasoning, and applies these to a variety of problems concerning relationships and transactions between businesses and their various stakeholders, including the society as a whole. Students would be able to resolve the delicateness of ethical issues such as employee rights and duties, quality of working life and how organization can respond to the social responsibility towards improving the organizational image in the eyes of the public.

MKT 521 Prerequisites 
None 
Discusses conceptual frameworks and analytical tools used in formulating marketing strategies for organizations. Focuses on developing students’ competence in effectively managing the strategic marketing function of an organization to develop and nurture a sustainable competitive advantage. Topics include the strategic role of marketing in the organization, industry analysis, market segmentation and targeting, competitive strategies, etc. Emphasis will be placed on applications through the use of case studies and/or computer game simulation of competitive interaction and the development of a strategic marketing plan.

 

BUS 599 Prerequisites

STAT 511

Helps students to acquire scientific research skills, prepare an applied research tackles one of the contemporary issues in the students’ field of specialization that has practical and scientific importance, and to train students to apply the rules of scientific methodology in management research. At the end of the course, a student submit an applied research report that follows the scientific method in research papers, and which has a practical and scientific contribution. For the student to pass this course, his/her research must be to the level of the possibility of acceptance for publication in an academic journal.