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This course deals with corporate financial accounting. It introduces the student to the accounting cycle used by a service enterprise and a merchandiser. The emphasis is on recording and analyzing transactions, and interpreting corporate financial statements. Typical coverage includes accounting for cash, receivables, uncollectible accounts, inventory valuations and transactions involving plant assets, including depreciation and intangible assets.


The objective of this course is to give students an overview of the financial reporting process. In particular, the course is designed to provide students with the necessary tools to interpret and analyse financial reports and appreciate the role of accounting information for decision-making and control. Topics covered include accounting principles and techniques underlying the financial statements of partnerships and corporations; accounting for stocks, dividends and bonds issues; statement of cash flows; analysis of financial statements; cost accounting systems for manufacturing concerns; cost-volume-profit analysis, budget planning and control, responsibility accounting and cost variance analysis.


This course focuses mainly on microeconomic theory which is considered the heart of economics. The course offers an introduction to the concepts and tools of economic analysis. Topics covered include price theory including supply and demand; marginal analysis; utility, cost and revenue concepts; competition; production and factor markets. In addition, topics related to public sector economics, such the difference between private goods and public goods and the concept of externalities, will be discussed.


This course introduces economic analysis of aggregate employment, income and prices. Topics include major schools of economic thought; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; economic measures, fluctuations, and growth; money and banking; stabilization techniques and international trade. There is economic analysis of consumer- and producer behavior and decision-making with a concentration on how economic agents voluntarily interact in markets for various goods and services. Topics include advanced demand/supply analysis emphasizing allocational efficiency; opportunity cost and elasticity; theory of consumer utility maximization; short and long-term cost and production decisions in the theory of the firm; price, output and profit maximization under differing market structures including competitive, monopolistic and hybrid alternatives; pricing of input resources including labor and capital along with income distribution implications; market failure and the consequences of government regulation; introduction to international finance and the balance of payments.


An introductory course which presents basic theories, concepts, and analytical techniques in financial management. Topics covered in the course include evaluation of financial goals and objectives; an overview of financial markets and institutions; financial statements and cash flows; the time value of money; ratio-analysis; working-capital management; short-term financing operating & financial leverages; financial forecasting & planning; capital-budgeting techniques.


The course consists of basic subjects in inequalities and linear programming methods, in addition to basics of probability theory and descriptive statistics there are some applicable subjects in finance such as interest’s rules.


The course consists of basic subjects in differentiation and integration, definition of linear and quadratic functions and domains, average rate of change and derivative by definition, and differentiation rules, and differentiation techniques such as substitution method, and application of first and second derivatives, in addition to chain rule, also differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, and indefinite integration then techniques of definite integration. This course demystify the concept of function continuity and derivative, the use rules of differentiation and interpretation of mathematical information in a real world context through the use of computers and numerical skills.



This course will provide students with an understanding of the basic principles, concepts, terminology and practice of management in all types of enterprise. Students will be introduced to management theory, research and practice. Particular attention will be given to basic managerial functions such as planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Whenever possible, efforts will be made to relate these materials to management in Saudi Arabia.



This course focus on the principle of commercial law. It reviews the concept of commercial activities and distinguish it from the concept of civil activities. In addition, the course introduce students to the concept of company as a contract and as a legal person. Then legal principles and rules that govern each type of companies are discussed in details.


Organizational behavior as it relates to the management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling is the focus of this course. Examination is made of the individual’s role within the organization, of interpersonal influence and group behavior, and of organizational processes. The course will provide the tools necessary for the development of a personal management philosophy.



We have here an overview of the unique problems faced by firms engaging in international activities: the importance of understanding the foreign economic, social, political, cultural, and legal environment; the mechanics of importing an exporting; joint ventures, franchising, and subsidiaries; international dimensions of management, marketing and accounting; international financial management; special problems of multi-national corporations; recent problems in the international economic system; countryrisk analysis; and the increasing use of counter trade.0



This is a capstone course which integrates the various business disciplines. Using a senior-management perspective, the student addresses strategy formulation and implementation in a volatile business environment. The case method of instruction is actively used. This course introduces students to interesting topics in strategic management such as SWOT analysis, competitive strategy, strategic alliances & diversification, control and change, all through lectures, discussions and cases. This course will enhance the student’s analytical and research skills gained from different management and business disciplines such as Marketing, HRM, Finance, and Information Systems.



An introduction to the field of marketing, intended to develop a general understanding and appreciation of the forces, institutions, and methods involved in marketing a variety of goods and services. Topics include segmentation, target marketing, positioning, developing new products, pricing, distributing and promoting goods and services, and sales and marketing management.


This course introduces students to computers and equips them with a practical knowledge of the skills used in common computer applications including spreadsheet, database and communications. Some exposure to programming fundamentals will also be provided.



This course introduces students to the basic concepts and developments in information systems. Areas of study include computer technology, information system concepts, information system development, and the use of technology in organizations. Students gain hands-on experience by using microcomputers to solve business problems.



This course is based on the concepts, principles and techniques for managing manufacturing and service operations. Quantitative/qualitative methods for improving management of operations will be covered. The course includes the four major decision-making areas of manufacturing and service operations: process, quality, capacity and inventory. Operations management, as a field, is responsible for the production of goods and services in an organization. Operations encompasses the bulk of most organizations with the largest proportion of assets, working capital and human resources being dedicated to it. Operations also has a significant impact on other areas of the company including marketing, finance and accounting as well as an impact on the external customers of the firm. As such, performance of the firm will be largely determined by the operations area.



The topics cover data collection and sampling methods. Charting data. Measures of location and dispersion. Rules of probability. Some discrete and continuous distributions. Introduction to estimation confidence intervals.



Understand the concepts of populations, and sampling techniques, students will be able to state hypothesis, reject or accept them. Interpret the claim of hypothesis, make the table of Goodness of fit, write the Regression and Correlation equation, forecasting Time series and compute the index number.



Identifies wholesaling middlemen, retailing middlemen, and physical distribution institutions useful for the effective distribution of products and the services they perform. Topics include the principles, methods and problems of management of a sales organization, as well as the selling process and the job of the sales manager. Additionally, the course examines the process of developing partnerships with customers and coordinating sales with other functional areas.



A study of the basic concepts and principles of retailing and its role in distribution in terms of administrative organization, site selection, buying, pricing, merchandising, promotions and current trends in retailing.



An analysis of the effects of marketing service quality on a firm’s performance and on the integration of top management, marketing, operations, and human resource management.



This course describes the quantitative and analytical tools and techniques used for studying marketing data and formulating marketing strategies and tactics. Students develop an understanding of the theories and techniques of planning, conducting, analyzing and presenting market studies. Students will study different methodologies with emphasis on primary research including questionnaire design.



Examines the process of planning, executing and evaluating promotional programs utilizing personal selling, advertising and sales promotion techniques to achieve company objectives.



Students study the Internet and its commercial applications, and learn how to run a profitable business on the Net. There is an exploration of how the use of Web-based computer applications and databases can enhance the marketing process and create relationships with customers. Topics include the use of the internet in developing marketing strategy, in conducting market research, and in making marketing-mix decisions. There is strong emphasis on the internet as a national and global marketing communications tool. Discussion also covers creative Web site design techniques to measure advertising effectiveness.



An analysis of the actions and decision processes of individuals and organizations involved in discovering, evaluating, acquiring, consuming and disposing-of products and services. The disciplines of Marketing, Psychology and Sociology will be used to understand how consumer behavior is the basis for management decision making.



The Cooperative Program is a structured educational strategy, integrating the theoretical knowledge learned in the classrooms and laboratories with real world experiences. It is one of College of Business Administration graduation requirements. A coop student is required to spend 28 continuous weeks of practical work in a relevant field of industry. The coop duration spans one regular semester and one summer semester. There are two possible scenarios for the duration span:
Summer Session and then the Fall Semester

Spring Semester and then the Summer Session



An in-depth study of marketing principles as they relate to the global marketplace. Emphasis is on understanding the influence of internationalization on the local economy, the competitive pressures on intensifying global markets, and the development of marketing plans tailored to reach international and global markets. Topics include the political, economic, legal, regulatory and socio-cultural trends affecting international marketing; the dynamic environments in which global marketing strategies are formulated; and the challenge of implementing marketing programs leading to competitive advantage. Emphasis will be placed on developing the marketing mix appropriate to various international and global environments.



This course examines the development of managerial decision-making techniques and problem-solving through practice in analyzing practical marketing cases. There is also a study of marketing which integrates the knowledge gained through previous coursework with experience, and builds on that conceptual foundation through integrative analysis, practical application and critical thinking. Emerging issues in marketing are considered. There is considerable focus on the use of appropriate decision-making models and the analysis of consumers and markets.