يركز المقرر على تنمية المهارات الكتابية لدى طالب السنة الاولى المشتركة في جامعة دار العلوم، وتطبيق تلك المهارات في حياتهم الجامعية والعملية، بما في ذلك توظيف المهارات الخاصة بعلامات الترقيم، والسلامة النحوية، والسلامة الإملائية. كذلك يتناول المقرر تنظيم الالفاظ وفق نسق لغوي صحيح، صياغة التعبير الكتابي بأسلوب سليم، صياغة الرسائل الإدارية والاجتماعية والالكترونية، التمكن من مراجعة المعاجم اللغوية واستخراج معاني الكلمات، إضافة إلى مهارات كتابة المقالات بصورة سليمة.
يتكون هذا المقرر من أربع وحدات: الوحدة الأولى (علامات الإعراب الأصلية والفرعية)، الوحدة الثانية (الجملة الفعلية، واسم الفاعل، واسم المفعول، والمصدر)، الوحدة الثالثة (المبتدأ والخبر، إن وأخواتها، كان وأخواتها، كاد وأخواتها، ظن وأخواتها)، والوحدة الرابعة (المفعول به، والمفعول المطلق، والمفعول لأجله، والحال، والتمييز).
This course develops university skills (academics skills, communication skills, and self-skills) for students of first common year at Dar Al-Uloom University, and their applicability in university life.
This course discusses the role and importance of leadership and teamwork in organizations, and the combination of features, skills and abilities required for successful leadership of Teamwork, and how to build high-performing teams and the attributes and skills required for an effective team membership.
This course, using both lecture and laboratory practice, introduces students to basic computer concepts in hardware, software, networking, computer security, database, websites, and other emerging technologies such as blogs, wiki, RSS, podcasting, and Google applications. Widely used applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation, and web development software are studied. Students will also develop critical thinking skills, learn terminology and problem solving techniques which are critical to solve Information Technology (IT) problems.Throughout the course, emphasis will be placed on performing tasks that simulate professional work situations.
Students in this course will study functions including understanding the definition of a function, domain, range, one to one functions, and the inverse of a function. The subject of functions extends to understanding of the Cartesian coordinate system and the process of drawing functions at a two-dimensional level.Different types of functions will be introduced including linear functions, quadratic functions, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic Functions.Student will also study finding solutions for linear equations and inequalities, finding a straight-line equation, finding the length a straight line, the middle point in a line segment. Students are also exposed to the understanding of angles and their measurements, trigonometric functions, and the graph of trigonometric functions.The course covers matrices and operation on matrices and system of linear equations solution.The last part of the course will cover different topics which include sequences, permutations, and combinations.
يتناول هذا المقرر تعريف المجتمع المسلم واسسه، أسباب تقوية الروابط الاجتماعية، أهم المشكلات الاجتماعية، اهمية الاسرة ومكانتها في الإسلام والرد على الشبهات، عوامل حماية الاسرة، الخطبة وأحكامها العامة، النكاح اركانه وشروطه ومقاصده، الاثار المترتبة على عقد النكاح، أحكام الطلاق في الإسلام والتمييز بينها وبين الطلاق في الشريعتين اليهودية والنصرانية.
يغطي هذا المقرر مهارات ومعارف تتعلق بالعادات الغذائية والسلامة الجسدية ودور وأهمية ممارسة الرياضة والصحة الوقائية في المحافظة على الصحة، كما يشتمل على تعريف الطالب بالإسعافات الأولية وأفضل سبل التعامل مع الضغوط النفسية، كما يشمل المقرر أيضا ممارسة أنشطة رياضية وتمارين بدنية تستهدف المحافظة على الصحة باستخدام الأجهزة الحديثة والمتطورة.
This course integrates listening and speaking skills and builds on the foundation provided by the level C courses. The course provides instruction and practice on listening strategies like listening for general information and detail, guessing word meaning from context. The speaking section of the course attempts to develop presentation skills such as format, organization, body language and eye-contact. Students practice conversations and role-plays in order to build on their skills.
This course integrates vocabulary and grammar skills and builds on the foundation provided by the level C courses. The course provides instruction and practice on vocabulary learning strategies like context clues, imagery and word-parts. The grammar section of the course attempts to develop a good grounding in a range of topics including some of the present and past tenses, adjectives & adverbs, possessives, modal verbs, quantifiers etc. Grammar learning strategies such as prediction, mind-maps and contextualization are utilized in order to reinforce and support learning. Students also practice communicative activities such as conversations, role-plays and writing tasks in order to further practice and master the vocabulary and grammar items.
This course integrates reading and writing skills and builds on the foundation provided by the level C courses. The course provides instruction and practice on reading strategies like scanning, skimming, context clues, and summarizing. It also focuses on recognition of main ideas, and supporting details. The writing section of the course attempts to develop writing accurate, concise, and well-connected paragraphs, and summaries. Concepts of writing processes like brainstorming, planning, drafting and revising are introduced and practiced. Students practice writing topic sentences that introduce a paragraph, supporting sentences, and concluding sentences. Writing instruction also focuses on paragraph coherence and cohesion.
Following on from ENGL-1111, students will use their vocabulary resources, syntactic knowledge and idiomatic expressions developed to support students in functioning confidently in more challenging academic content. In this second level, there will be a greater focus on effective listening and speaking strategies in using English in extended academic lectures, talks, reports, and radio programs. The importance of non-verbal, verbal communication and intercultural communication will be emphasized in one-to-one, small group and large group communication settings. Practice activities on pronunciation, intonation patterns, and stress placement at the phrase/sentence level and above will be a feature of this course. Suitable appropriate authentic resources and materials – in both e-learning and paper format – will be used to support trainees in taking responsibility for their own learning.
This course will cover each of the four skills tested in the IELTS test: Reading and Writing Task one. Using a textbook, classroom activities, and practice tests, students will be exposed to a variety of strategies for improving their IELTS score and will become familiar with the format and design of the exam. A variety of test-taking skills will be taught and practiced.
This course focuses on the development of critical reading skills and academic writing. Students will develop reading and writing skills with clearly defined learning outcomes within a critical thinking framework. Students will develop their reading sub-skills using a variety of text types, previewing, predicting, skimming, scanning, reading for specific information and inferring meaning from context. Writing is developed by looking at essay structure and content, building students skills resources. Suitable appropriate resources and materials–in both e-learning and paper format – will be used to support students in taking responsibility for their own learning.
The purpose of this course is to increase student mathematical knowledge and skills and provide methods for solving business problem. The course covers linear and quadratic functions and graphs, as well as presents solution of equations and inequalities. The course also introduces students to the average rate of change and instantaneous rate of change as the definition of derivatives, differentiation rules, differentiation techniques, and differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions.In addition, the course presents application of first and second derivatives in finding local maximum and local minimum and inflection points. The last part introduces the idea of integration as anti-derivatives and extends the topics to the fundamental theorem of calculus and applications.
This course introduces the concepts, theories, and principles of management and techniques used in carrying various management’s functions; including planning, organizing, communicating, leading and controlling, as well as decision-making and managing change in organizations.
This introductory course presents fundamental concepts, principles and techniques of financial accounting, including the double entry system. It deals with the study of accounting cycle for service and merchandise companies. Special focus given to analyzing transactions, summarizing them using the general ledger and reporting the results through the preparation of financial statements mainly used by the internal and external decision makers. The last part covers the basics of inventory valuation, cost of sales, accounting treatment for tangible & intangible assets and the preparation of adjustment entries.
This course designated to introduce students to the fundamentals of microeconomics. Topics include supply & demand analysis, elasticity of demand & supply, theories of consumer & producer behavior, and market structure: perfect competition, monopolistic competition, monopoly and oligopoly. Additional topics include factors of productions markets and economic welfare.
Business Statistics I introduces students to data collection and statistical techniques to analyze data.Topics start with introduction descriptive statistics which covers data collection, sampling techniques, organization and tabulation of data, and graphical representation of data.The course also covers numerical measures such as measures of central tendencies and measures of dispersion.The course also presents basic probability, some important probability distributions, time series, and index numbers.
This introductory course seeking to develop a general understanding and appreciation of the forces, institutions, and methods involved in marketing of products and services. Topics include marketing introduction, marketing strategy, consumer behavior, business buying behavior, segmentation, target marketing, positioning, branding strategies, pricing, marketing channels, marketing communication and global marketing.
This course focuses on the basic concepts of finance and introduces students to analytical tools used in decision making. Topics include Legal forms of business organizations, financial goals, financial statements and its analysis, time value of money, overview of financial markets and institutions, principles of risk and return and overview of corporate financing.
This course focuses on the analysis of the economy as a whole. Topics include description of basic macroeconomic relationships, aggregate output and economic growth, aggregate supply and demand, fiscal and monetary policies, inflation and unemployment, budget deficit and it is financing, international trade, balance of payments, exchange rates, and trade deficit.
Business Statistics II designed to focus on inferential statistics. The topics covered in the course include review of probability distribution, central limit theorem, sampling distribution, point estimation, and confidence intervals.The course also covers hypothesis testing and statistical inference using t-test about the mean and Chi-square tests for goodness of fit and independence.
Managers and business analysts in organizations are expected to know how information systems (IS) can be used to make businesses more competitive, effective and efficient. This course provides an introduction to information systems and technologies for business and management. It is designed to familiarize students with the technical, organizational and managerial foundations of information systems to better understand their role in enhancing business processes and management decision making across the organization, and how to design, develop and manage information systems in organizations. The course focuses on topics such as the management of the digital firm, Internet and Internet technology, electronic business and commerce, information technology (IT) infrastructure, wireless technology, ethical and security issues related to information systems, and enterprise applications.
The course introduces the basic concepts of cost and management accounting through a focus on the role played by cost and management accounting information in the business environment. Its main objective is to provide students with an understanding and ability to apply the simple techniques of cost and management accounting that will be used in planning and decision making for business situations. This course also covers cost concepts such as; cost classification, elements of direct and indirect costs, costs of materials, labor and overhead costs, cost theory & cost estimation. The later part covers basics of managerial accounting concepts such as analysis of financial statements, cost – volume – profit analysis and budgetary planning.
The course emphases the critical concepts ofassets and it is designed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge needed by accountants which extends the understanding of accounting problems related to measuring and showing assets. The course covers the framework for financial accounting in reference to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) which attempts to provide a principal-based approach to the development of financial reporting standards.It includes topics on cash and receivables accounting, financial statements, cash flow statements and revenue recognition.
This course focuses on the development and use of financial information as it relates to governmental and non-profit organizations. The course Topics include identifying and applying appropriate accounting and reporting standards for governments and non-profit organizations, preparing their financial statements, using nonfinancial performance measures to evaluate governmental and non-profit organizations, and describing their auditing requirements.
The course introduces the basic concepts of accounting information systems, including knowledge and skills required to generate various accounting information reports needed for business decision making. The course focuses on application of computers as a business tool by introducing accounting information systems applications such as Resource, Events and Agents (REA) & Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Further concepts introduced will be planning, analysis, design and documentation of accounting information systems, relational database management and Information Security.
This intermediate Accounting II emphasizes the critical concepts of assets, liabilities and shareholders’ equity. This course is designed to provide the students with the opportunity to identify, interpret and apply current accounting standards in the areas of: investments, capital and intangible assets; current and long term liabilities, and Shareholders’ Equity.
This course enables students to develop the ability to collect, analyze, and communicate quantitative and non-quantitative information to assist management in making more effective planning and control decisions.The course examines framework, applications and procedures required in managerial accounting. Topics include behavior and classification of costs, CVP analysis, decision making regarding relevant cost and revenue, decentralization, transfer pricing, performance control, evaluation, budgetary planning and controls.
This course introduces students to Zakat and Taxes’ accounting framework and principles with special focus on Saudi Zakat and Tax Laws. Topics include accounting of Zakat, direct and indirect taxes (including Income Tax and Value Added Tax) and their return filing.
Cost accounting is a necessary management tool that can reveal effectiveness, improvements and provide support for key business decisions. The course explores advanced cost accounting concepts and policies by applying them to a range of contemporary accounting issues.The topics discussed reflect the issues that are being considered currently in professional practice such as approaches to measurement work in process costing, job-order costing, process costing, cost allocation of joint products and by-products, accounting treatment of contract costing, activity-based costing and overhead allocation, standard costing-variance analysis.
Cooperative Training provides the student with a platform for reflecting critically and constructively on the link between his college coursework and real business conducts. The student will be working as an intern in a business unit related to his field of study and will be assigned various tasks that have to be completed under supervision of both a field mentor (company side) and an academic mentor (college side). Upon completion of a one-semester coop training, the student will be required to submit and present a report detailing tasks performed and experiences gained to an academic committee headed by his academic mentor.
This course designed to provide basics of control and internal audit and their stages of development. It introduces the principles, standards and practices used by internal auditors in examining financial statements and supporting data. This course covers planning and implementation of an internal audit and techniques available for gathering, summarizing, analysing and interpreting data presented in financial statements and procedures used in verifying the fairness of the information, ethical and legal aspects and considerations. The course covers framework of control & internal audit and mainly cover standards of internal audit, review of internal control systems under manual and software operations and internal audit reports.
The primary aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the theoretical framework underlying the discipline of accounting, as well as underlying concepts, assumptions, postulates, principles (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and (International Financial Reporting Standards). The course focuses also on accounting theories & accounting measurements and determinants of financial reporting as well as qualitative characteristics of accounting information.
This course designed to provide students with an introduction to auditing. It gives an overview of framework of auditing principles and practices used in examining financial statements. The course will enable students to verify if the financial statements are prepared in accordance with financial reporting framework (such as IFRS). The course covers professional rules and code of conduct and ethics; and explores relationship between internal and external audit, planning and implementation of external audits, audit tests, statistical sampling, and review of external auditing, and computer applications and preparation of external audit reports.
The course covers advanced accounting requirements and IFRS and standards issued by the Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants (SOCPA). Topics include ccorporate financial statements & consolidated financial statements, formation of partnership and its liquidation, financial reporting, income distribution and liquidation.
This course focuses on capital investments and financing decisions of the company. This course aims to develop advanced analytical skills for decision-making in finance. Topics covered includes financial forecasting, long-term and short-term financial planning, capital budgeting decisions, project analysis and evaluation techniques, capital cost estimation, capital structure policies and distribution policies.
This course introduces concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management. It focus on managerial processes for effective operations in both goods-producing and service-rendering organization. Topics include operations strategy, process design, capacity planning, facilities location and design, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory control, quality assurance, and project management.
Business Research Methods introduces students to the nature, scope, and objective of research and research methodologies. The course uses primary and secondary research methods with applications to specific business issues within student’s field of study, using qualitative and quantitative approaches. Students will complete an individual research proposal based on their business topic of interest, exposing them to research process stages including, formulating and clarifying research questions, writing a literature review, designing research, choosing appropriate methods of sampling, data collection and analysis, and reporting of findings.
The course covers basic principles, skills and tools of strategic management, to provide students with an overview of the planning process of business strategies. Topics include concepts of corporate strategy, the decision-making process, strategic thinking, formation, implementation and evaluation of strategy.
This course examines the formulation, interpretation, and application of law to business. It incorporates the study of ethical issues that arise in contemporary business settings, including professional conduct and corporate social responsibility. This course covers major areas of legal regulation businesses are subject to, including tort liability, contract law, partnership and corporate law, employment and labor law, intellectual property law, environmental regulation and sustainability, and financial regulation. Emphasis is placed on active, experiential application of legal reasoning and analysis and on the global and comparative dimensions of legal and ethical issues.
This course provides students with the skills necessary to succeed as an entrepreneur. The fundamentals of starting and operating a business, developing a business plan, obtaining financing, marketing a product or service and developing an effective accounting system will be covered. Also, this course evaluates the business skills and commitment necessary to successfully operate an entrepreneurial venture, and reviews the challenges of entrepreneurship.
This course focuses on knowledge of accounting requirements, practices and influence of environmental factors on international accounting. The course examines managerial and financial accounting function from an international perspective. Topics include the flow of financial information in multiple currencies, complying with reporting requirements in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, international convergence of financial reporting, International Financial Reporting Standards, foreign currency transactions and hedging foreign exchange risk, translation of foreign currency financial statements, and other financial reporting issues.
The course explores advanced accounting concepts and policies by applying them to a range of contemporary accounting issues. The course covers topics such as the conceptual framework for financial reporting, basics of corporate governance, capital market research and accounting, earnings management, sustainability, environmental accounting and corporate failures.
This course examines the role of corporate governance in ensuring compliance of businesses with internal and external laws and regulations, securing equitable treatment of all classes of shareholders and stakeholders, adequate disclosures and transparency, enforcing of the responsibility of the board of directors for setting the direction of the Company. The course also covers corporate governance mechanism, emerging issues, regulations and practices in Saudi Arabia.
The course focuses on advanced analysis of financial statements and corporate assessments. In particular the course examines the application of analytical tools, technology and techniques for analyzing the corporate financial statements and related data to derive estimates and inferences useful in business decisions. Other topics in addition to financial statement analysis includes proportion analysis, analyzing operating activities, concepts of indicators and corporate assessment and analysis.