|Finance & Banking Course Descriptions|
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 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 mone; ratio-analysis; working-capital management; short-term financing operating & financial leverages; financial forecasting & planning; capital-budgeting techniques.
Continuity. The derivative. Rules for differentiation. The derivative as a rate of change. The chain rule & the power rule. Derivative of logarithmic functions. Derivative of exponential functions. Implicit differentiation. Logarithmic differentiation. Higher order derivative. Relative extrema. Absolute extrema on a closed interval. The second derivative test. Applied maxima and minima. The indefinite integral. Integration with initial conditions. More integration formulas. Techniques of integration. The fundamental theorem of calculus. Area between curves. Integration by parts. Integration by tables. Derivative and integrals of trigonometric. Functions of several variables. Partial derivatives. Higher order partial derivatives. Maxima and minima for functions of two variables.
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.
|MGT 211||أهداف دراسة القانون التجاري :
• إلمام الطالب بالجانب الخاص بالقواعد العامة التي يبنى عليها هيكل القانون التجاري .
• مساعدة الطالب على فهم كيف يمكن عملياً تطبيق القانون التجاري في المجتمع والاستفادة من معطياته ومدى مساهمته في تنمية الاقتصاد القومي .
• الإلمام بما هو كائن دولياً في العالم وما يسود من أفكار تكاد تكون متشابهة نظراً لعاليمة التجارية وضرورة توحيد أسسها على الأقل بين جميع دول العالم .
مقدمة : تشمل التعريف بالقانون التجاري – ونطاق تطبيقه ومصادره – ثم خطة البحث
المبحث الثاني : الأوراق التجارية
المبحث الثالث : أعمال الصرف والبنوك
المبحث الرابع : السمسرة
المبحث الخامس : أعمال الصناعة
المبحث الأول : مقاولة التوريد
المبحث الثاني : مقاولة الوكالة بالعمولة
المبحث الثالث : مقاولة النقل
المبحث الرابع : مقاولة المحلات والمكاتب التجارية
المبحث الخامس : مقاولة البيع بالمزاد
المبحث السادس : مقاولة إنشاء المباني
المبحث السابع : مقاولة التجارة البحرية
الفصل الأول : صفة التاجر :
المبحث الأول : احتراف الأعمال التجارية
المبحث الثاني : الاهلية التجارية
الفصل الثاني : آثار اكتساب صفة التاجر:
المبحث الأول : الدفاتر التجارية
المبحث الثاني : السجل التجاري
المبحث الثالث : مراعاة الأمانة والشرف
المبحث الأول : أركان الشركة الموضوعية العامة
المبحث الثاني : الأركان الموضوعية الخاصة
المبحث الثالث : كتابة عقد الشركة
المبحث الرابع : الجزاء على تخلف أركان عقد الشركة
المبحث الأول : عن الشخصية المعنوية بصفة عامة
المبحث الثاني : نتائج الشخصية المعنوية للشركة
المبحث الأول : شركة التضامن
المبحث الثاني : شركة التصوية البسيطة
المبحث الثالث : شركة المحاصة
المبحث الأول : شركة المساهمة
المبحث الثاني : شركة التوصية بالأسهم
المبحث الثالث : الشركات ذات المسؤولية المحدودة
المبحث الأول : العناصر المادية
المبحث الثاني : العناصر المعنوية
ويشمل إنشاء الشيك وتداوله والوفاء بقيمة الشيك والجزاءات .
الوجيز في النظام التجاري السعودي ، تأليف الدكتور سعيد يحيى ، الطبعة السادسة لسنة 1426هـ – 2005م
ECON 102 and MGT 310
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; country-risk analysis; and the increasing use of counter trade.
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.
MATH 132,MGT 101 and MIS 102
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.
This course extends the introduction provided in ECON 201. The roles played by money are amplified and the history of money is outlined. The theories of demand and supply are developed. Special emphasis is placed on the role of money in the macro-economy. This involves a development of the theory of income-determination and of the mechanism by which money affects the equilibrium income level. The role played by the central bank as the executor of monetary policy is emphasized. The policy tools available to a central bank are introduced and analyzed. Issues which pertain to the effectiveness of monetary policy are developed. The banking and monetary systems of Saudi Arabia will be discussed.
The purpose of this course is to help students understand the basics of international trade and finance and the effects of various international economic policies on domestic and world welfare. The course will highlight sources of comparative advantage, gains and losses from trade, the impact of trade on economic growth and the effects of trade policy interventions such as tariffs, quotas, voluntary export restraints and export subsidies. International agreements on regional trade liberalization, such as EU and NAFTA, and on multilateral trade liberalization, e.g. WTO, will be also discussed. Topics on international finance will include balance-of-payments, determination of foreign-exchange rates and the International Monetary System.
A second course in Finance which focuses on capital investments and financing decisions. Capital investments are evaluated under conditions of uncertainty. Financing decisions are examined through capital structure theory, cost of capital and dividend policy. Valuation of Securities integrates the impact of both investment and financing decisions. Other topics covered in the course include Instruments of long-term financing; Leasing; Mergers and acquisitions; Corporate restructuring and reorganization; International finance.
This course will cover issues related to both international financial markets and the financial operations of a firm within the international environment. The first part of the course will examine issues related to the international markets, including international commercial policy, international investment, foreign exchange markets and currency derivative markets. The second part of the course will consider financial issues associated with the operation of a firm in the international environment. Specifically, this will focus on the following areas: Identification, measurement and management of the impact of exchange rates on the firm; Issues related to the taxation of international income; Implications of political risk on project evaluation and financial structure; Cost of capital for international projects; Financing decisions in a global market and Methods for evaluating the performance of foreign operations. While the course discusses the theoretical basis of various issues, it relies on both empirical evidence and discussion of firms’ real world activities.
This course provides a conceptual framework for analyzing the optimal management of financial institutions as well as the impact of the economic, political, legal and technological environment.
The course will focus on the application of financial theory to the issues and problems of investment management. Topics will include: Portfolio optimization and asset allocation; the basics of bond-pricing and debt-portfolio-management; the theory of asset pricing models and their implications for investment; techniques for evaluating investment-management performance. The course will build upon the analytical skills developed in Financial Management.
The course is an application of computer software in formulating and analyzing problems in Finance. The course is specifically designed to encourage use of sensitivity and “what if” projections in financial modelling and financial-statement-analysis. The course also covers Capital budgeting; Cash flow projections & risk-analysis; Working-capital management; Capital structure and financing decisions; Leasing; Foreign-exchange forecasting; Valuation of securities; Investment analysis and portfolio management; and the application of quantitative methods in finance.
This is a study focusing on recognizing and evaluating the pure risks facing organizations. Guides for risk-management decisions concerning the retention, control, and transfer of risk (including insurance) are discussed. There is a study of the products and principles of life-insurance and health-insurance in financial planning for businesses. Topics include Pension-planning strategies, such as deferred-compensation and profit-sharing plans; the use of trusts in business and in planning individual estates; and comprehensive analysis of the effects of income taxes, estate taxes, and gift taxes on life-insurance programming and estate-planning.
This is a capstone case-oriented course which examines various practical problems in financial policy. The course emphasizes the application of financial theories and analytical techniques in solving business problems in both domestic and international environments. Topics covered in the course include Financial-analysis and -planning; Working-capital management; Capital budgeting and cash flow analysis; Lease financing; Long-term financing and capital structure decisions; Corporate restructuring, and Mergers-and-acquisitions.