Introduction to department
B.Sc. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The business administration specialization prepares the student for careers in managing organizational resources in profit and non-profit organizations. The program is designed to provide solid background in people skills, communications skills and organization skills.
B. Sc. MARKETING
Marketing relates business strategy decisions to the environment in which companies operate. Strategy decisions consider product introduction; extensions of product line and deletions; distribution channels for products; market-oriented pricing; and promotion including personal selling and advertising. Besides major social and economic influence on strategy, the nature of market demand and competitive activity are carefully examined in terms of their influence on strategy choice.
B. Sc. ACCOUNTING
Accounting is the process of identifying, measuring and communicating economic information about an organization for the purpose of making decisions and informed judgments. Accounting courses integrate the study of the theory and current practice of accounting with research and computer applications. Students will be able to use business and accounting concepts to make decisions about difficult issues. They will be trained as problem solvers who critically evaluate alternatives and examine which approach will be best for a business when more than one approach can be logically supported. Users of accounting information include the management of the entity or organization, the owners of the organization, employees, and various other agencies that are concerned with regulatory and tax matters.
B. Sc. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Information is an organizational resource shared among various functional areas. The specialization in Management of Information Systems prepares students to manage such information, to act as liaison between functional areas of business and information technology, and to design, develop, and maintain information management systems. Students completing this program enter positions as systems analysts, project managers, network administrators, database specialists, and Web page developers.
Department vision and mission: N/A
Department teaching programs:
Each department adopts the following methods in the daily teaching activities:
– Problem-based learning (PBL) sessions.
– Seminars and small group discussions.
– Educational assignments, reports and research activities (as many as the program would allow)
– Electives -not more than 10% of the curriculum timetable.
– Graduation project
Strategy and methods
The learning strategies emphasize the following:
– Early acquisition of basic skills.
– Student-centered learning.
– Maximum student responsibility in the learning process.
– Problem-based and problem-oriented learning.
-Self- and peer education and evaluation.
– Teamwork approach.
– Continuous evaluation and education