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1 PROGRAMMES OF STUDY Faculty of Business Administration PhD Programmes AREAS OF STUDY Business Administration We offer the following majors for our PhD Program: - Accounting - Business Economics - Decision Sciences - Finance - Gaming Management - Hospitality Management - Information Systems - Management - Marketing 256

2 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PhD Programmes UNIVERSITY-WIDE COURSES GRSC801 Research Ethics 1 GRSC802 Research Writing 1 GRSC804 University Teaching I 1 GRSC805 University Teaching II 1 DISCIPLINARY COURSES Discipline: Accounting RESM800 Research Methods 3 ACCT802 Advanced Topics in Accounting 3 Discipline: Business Economics RESM800 Research Methods 3 FINC805 Advanced Topics in Finance and Business Economics 3 Discipline: Decision Sciences RESM800 Research Methods 3 QMDS804 Advanced Topics in Information Systems and Decision Sciences 3 Discipline: Finance RESM800 Research Methods 3 FINC805 Advanced Topics in Finance and Business Economics 3 Discipline: Gaming Management RESM800 Research Methods 3 HAGM803 Advanced Topics in Hospitality and Gaming Management 3 Discipline: Hospitality Management RESM800 Research Methods 3 HAGM803 Advanced Topics in Hospitality and Gaming Management 3 Discipline: Information Systems RESM800 Research Methods 3 QMDS804 Advanced Topics in Information Systems and Decision Sciences 3 Discipline: Management RESM800 Research Methods 3 MTMK800 Seminar in Management and Marketing Theories 3 Discipline: Marketing RESM800 Research Methods 3 MTMK800 Seminar in Management and Marketing Theories 3 257

3 Doctoral Thesis 18 Total : 28 In additional to the above courses and thesis requirement, every student is also required to complete the following requirements: - Qualifying Examination - Thesis Proposal Assessment - International Conference Paper Presentation and International Journal Publication Students may visit the following website for details: Note: 1. If some PhD courses cannot be offered, supervisors may have other arrangements in order to let PhD students fulfill the course requirements. Students are still required to settle the tuition fees according to our Tuition Fee Scheme (Doctoral Programmes) under this situation. 2. If necessary, students are required to take some courses which are not listed above in order to make up their deficiency. Students are required to settle the tuition fees according to our Tuition Fee Scheme for additional courses. Details of the tuition fee scheme is obtainable at: 3. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 258

4 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Business Administration - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Academic Thesis Subject Compulsory Courses* ACCT710 Accounting 3 EBIS711 Management Information Systems 3 FINC711 Managerial Finance 3 MGMT710 Organizational Behavior 3 MGMT711 Strategic Management 3 MGMT730 Business Ethics 3 MKTG710 Marketing Management 3 Electives MBA Electives ** (choose 2 out of the following 6) MGMT732 Human Resources Management 3 MGMT736 Advances in Management Studies 3 MGMT737 Global Business 3 MKTG730 Buyer Behavior 3 MKTG732 Advances in Marketing Studies 3 QMDS730 Service Operations 3 Other Electives ** (choose 1 out of the following 9) MSc in Accounting courses ACCT712 Financial Accounting and Theory 3 ACCT714 Business Law 3 ACCT715 Management Accounting 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 MSc in Finance courses FINC723 International Finance 3 FINC724 Investments and Portfolio Management 3 FINC726 Commercial Bank Management 3 MSc in International Integrated Resort Management courses HAGM731 Event and Entertainment Management 3 HAGM736 Cross Cultural Gambling Psychology 3 Research Component GMBA711 Research Methods 3 GMBA798 Academic Thesis 6 Total 39 * Students may apply for course waivers in the compulsory courses. However, they will be required to replace the waived courses with electives of equal credits. 259

5 ** The above courses will be offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. Note: 1. BECO702 Economics and QMDS701 Statistics are pre-requisite for this programme. Each of them carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subject to the approval of the Programme Committee. 2. Students are required to successfully completed GMBA711 Research Methods in order to proceed to thesis writing stage. 3. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 4. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 260

6 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Business Administration - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Academic Thesis Subject Compulsory Courses* ACCT710 Accounting 3 EBIS711 Management Information Systems 3 FINC711 Managerial Finance 3 MGMT710 Organizational Behavior 3 MGMT711 Strategic Management 3 MGMT730 Business Ethics 3 MKTG710 Marketing Management 3 Electives MBA Electives ** (choose 2 out of the following 6) MGMT732 Human Resources Management 3 MGMT736 Advances in Management Studies 3 MGMT737 Global Business 3 MKTG730 Buyer Behavior 3 MKTG732 Advances in Marketing Studies 3 QMDS730 Service Operations 3 Other Electives ** (choose 1 out of the following 9) MSc in Accounting courses ACCT712 Financial Accounting and Theory 3 ACCT714 Business Law 3 ACCT715 Management Accounting 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 MSc in Finance courses FINC723 International Finance 3 FINC724 Investments and Portfolio Management 3 FINC726 Commercial Bank Management 3 MSc in International Integrated Resort Management courses HAGM731 Event and Entertainment Management 3 HAGM736 Cross Cultural Gambling Psychology 3 Research Component GMBA711 Research Methods 3 GMBA798 Academic Thesis 6 Total 39 * Students may apply for course waivers in the compulsory courses. However, they will be required to replace the waived courses with electives of equal credits. 261

7 ** The above courses will be offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. Note: 5. BECO702 Economics and QMDS701 Statistics are pre-requisite for this programme. Each of them carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subject to the approval of the Programme Committee. 6. Students are required to successfully completed GMBA711 Research Methods in order to proceed to thesis writing stage. 7. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 8. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 262

8 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Business Administration - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Applied Thesis Subject Compulsory Courses* ACCT710 Accounting 3 EBIS711 Management Information Systems 3 FINC711 Managerial Finance 3 MGMT710 Organizational Behavior 3 MGMT711 Strategic Management 3 MGMT730 Business Ethics 3 MKTG710 Marketing Management 3 Electives MBA Electives ** (choose 2 out of the following 6) MGMT732 Human Resources Management 3 MGMT736 Advances in Management Studies 3 MGMT737 Global Business 3 MKTG730 Buyer Behavior 3 MKTG732 Advances in Marketing Studies 3 QMDS730 Service Operations 3 Other Electives ** (choose 2 out of the following 9) MSc in Accounting courses ACCT712 Financial Accounting and Theory 3 ACCT714 Business Law 3 ACCT715 Management Accounting 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 MSc in Finance courses FINC723 International Finance 3 FINC724 Investments and Portfolio Management 3 FINC726 Commercial Bank Management 3 MSc in International Integrated Resort Management courses HAGM731 Event and Entertainment Management 3 HAGM736 Cross Cultural Gambling Psychology 3 Research Component GMBA711 Research Methods 3 GMBA797 Applied Thesis 3 Total 39 * Students may apply for course waivers in the compulsory courses. However, they will be required to replace the waived courses with electives of equal credits. 263

9 ** The above courses will be offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. Note: 1. BECO702 Economics and QMDS701 Statistics are pre-requisite for this programme. Each of them carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subject to the approval of the Programme Committee. 2. Students are required to successfully complete GMBA711 Research Methods in order to proceed to thesis writing stage. 3. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 4. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 264

10 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Science in Accounting - Curriculum for Accounting Bachelor Degree Holders Subject Core Requirements ACCT712 Financial Accounting and Theory 3 ACCT713 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3 ACCT714 Business Law 3 ACCT750 Advanced Financial Reporting 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 ACCT752 Performance Management and Control Systems 3 ACCT753 Financial Risk Management 3 ACCT754 Contemporary Issues in Accounting 3 Two Accounting Required Elective Courses 6 Select one of the following options: 1. Academic Thesis ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods 3 ACCT798 Academic Thesis 6 2. Applied Thesis ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods 3 ACCT797 Applied Thesis 3 One Accounting Required Elective Course 3 Total 39 Accounting Required Elective Courses ACCT755 Auditing and Assurance 3 ACCT756 Taxation 3 ACCT757 China Taxation 3 ACCT758 Governmental Accounting 3 ACCT759 Hospitality and Gaming Accounting 3 ACIS750 Computer Applications in Accounting 3 Note: 1. BECO702 Economics and QMDS701 Statistics are pre-requisite for this program. Each of them carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subject to the approval of the Program Committee. 2. Students are required to successfully complete ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods before enrolling ACCT797 Applied Thesis or ACCT798 Academic Thesis. 3. The Accounting Required Elective Course offerings are subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. 265

11 4. Students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 5. The University reserves the right to make changes to its regulations, rules, procedures and curriculum whenever it sees fit. 266

12 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Science in Accounting - Curriculum for Non-Accounting Bachelor Degree Holders Subject _Credit Core Requirements ACCT712 Financial Accounting and Theory 3 ACCT713 Financial Reporting and Analysis 3 ACCT714 Business Law 3 ACCT715 Management Accounting* 3 ACCT750 Advanced Financial Reporting 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 ACCT755 Auditing and Assurance 3 EBIS710 Business Technology Management* 3 FINC712 Financial Management* 3 One Accounting Required Elective Course 3 Select one of the following options: 1. Academic Thesis ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods 3 ACCT798 Academic Thesis 6 2. Applied Thesis ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods 3 ACCT797 Applied Thesis 3 One Accounting Required Elective Course 3 Total 39 Accounting Required Elective Courses ACCT752 Performance Management and Control Systems 3 ACCT753 Financial Risk Management 3 ACCT754 Contemporary Issues in Accounting 3 ACCT756 Taxation 3 ACCT757 China Taxation 3 ACCT758 Governmental Accounting 3 ACCT759 Hospitality and Gaming Accounting 3 ACIS750 Computer Applications in Accounting 3 *Course waiver may be considered on a subject-by-subject basis. Students are required to enroll in the listed Accounting Required Elective Course(s) in place of the course(s) under the course waiver approval of up to a maximum of 3 courses. Note: 1. BECO702 Economics and QMDS701 Statistics are pre-requisite for this program. Each of them carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subject to the approval of the Program Committee. 267

13 2. Students are required to successfully complete ACCT770 Accounting Research Methods before enrolling ACCT797 Applied Thesis or ACCT798 Academic Thesis. 3. The Accounting Required Elective Course offerings are subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. 4. Students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 5. The University reserves the right to make changes to its regulations, rules, procedures and curriculum whenever it sees fit. 268

14 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Academic Thesis Subject Core Courses ACCT711 Principles of Accounting 3 FINC710 Corporate Finance 3 BECO710 Statistics and Financial Econometrics 3 FINC751 Theory of Finance 3 FINC753 Research Methods 3 FINC723 International Finance 3 FINC725 Financial Engineering and Derivatives 3 Required Elective Courses Management *(choose 1 out of the following 6) MKTG710 Marketing Management 3 MGMT710 Organizational Behavior 3 MGMT730 Business Ethics 3 MGMT737 Global Business 3 MGMT732 Human Resources Management 3 MGMT736 Advances in Management Studies 3 Required Elective Courses Finance *(choose 2 out of the following 8) FINC722 Fixed Income Securities 3 FINC724 Investments and Portfolio Management 3 FINC726 Commercial Bank Management 3 FINC733 Mathematical Techniques in Finance 3 FINC735 Financial Risk Management 3 FINC736 Financial Modelling 3 FINC741 Advanced Topics in Finance 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 Thesis FINC798 Academic Thesis 6 Total 36 * These courses will be offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. Note: 1. BECO703 Principles of Economics is pre-requisite for this programme. It carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subjected to the approval of the Programme Committee. 2. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate 269

15 3. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 270

16 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Applied Thesis Subject Core Courses ACCT711 Principles of Accounting 3 FINC710 Corporate Finance 3 BECO710 Statistics and Financial Econometrics 3 FINC751 Theory of Finance 3 FINC753 Research Methods 3 FINC723 International Finance 3 FINC725 Financial Engineering and Derivatives 3 Required Elective Courses Management *(choose 1 out of the following 6) MKTG710 Marketing Management 3 MGMT710 Organizational Behavior 3 MGMT730 Business Ethics 3 MGMT737 Global Business 3 MGMT732 Human Resources Management 3 MGMT736 Advances in Management Studies 3 Required Elective Courses Finance *(choose 3 out of the following 8) FINC722 Fixed Income Securities 3 FINC724 Investments and Portfolio Management 3 FINC726 Commercial Bank Management 3 FINC733 Mathematical Techniques in Finance 3 FINC735 Financial Risk Management 3 FINC736 Financial Modelling 3 FINC741 Advanced Topics in Finance 3 ACCT751 Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility 3 Thesis FINC797 Applied Thesis 3 Total 36 * These courses will be offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. Note: 1. BECO703 Principles of Economics is pre-requisite for this programme. It carries 3 credits and will not count towards the GPA. Students who have taken similar courses before could apply for course exemption. All applications for course exemption will be subjected to the approval of the Programme Committee. 2. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate 271

17 3. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 272

18 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Science in International Integrated Resort Management - Curriculum for students choose to work on Academic Thesis Subject Core Courses FINC713 HAGM710 HAGM712 MGMT712 MKTG711 Managerial Finance in Integrated Resorts International Integrated Resorts Management Integrated Resorts Management Internship* Managing Human Resources and Personnel Psychology in Integrated Resorts International Hospitality Marketing Management Elective Courses** (at least three courses) 9 HAGM730 Meeting, Incentive, Convention and Exhibition Management HAGM731 Event and Entertainment Management HAGM732 Food and Beverage Management HAGM733 Lodging Management HAGM734 Hotel Revenue Management HAGM735 Gaming and Casino Operation Management HAGM736 Cross Cultural Gambling Psychology HAGM737 Travel and Tourism Management HAGM738 HAGM739 HAGM740 Retail Management in Integrated Resorts Service Quality Management in Integrated Resorts Special Topics in Integrated Resorts MGMT735 MKTG731 QMDS730 MGMT737 Strategic Management in Hospitality Industry Direct Marketing and Customer Relationship Management in Integrated Resorts Service Operations*** Global Business*** Research Component HAGM751 Research Methods 3 HAGM798 Academic Thesis**** 6 Total 33 * For students who have less than 2 years supervisory or managerial working experiences, they are required to undertake at least 560 hours internship program. Students who are working full time with at least 2 years supervisory or managerial experience at the time of application may be able to exempt the internship course upon showing adequate justification to do so to the University. Students who are working full time but without 2 years of supervisory or managerial experience at the time of application may be able to waive from the internship course upon showing adequate justification to do so to the University. All other exempt or waive cases will be subjected to special approval on a case by case basis. ** The elective courses are offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. 273

19 *** Students may enrol either one of these MBA courses as electives, but it is subject to class quota upon course enrolment and availability of instructors. **** Students should successfully complete HAGM750 Research Methods before they enrol thesis. Note: 1. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 2. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 274

20 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Master s Degree Programmes Master of Science in International Integrated Resort Management - Curriculum for students who choose to work on Applied Thesis Subject Core Courses FINC713 HAGM710 HAGM712 MGMT712 MKTG711 Managerial Finance in Integrated Resorts International Integrated Resorts Management Integrated Resorts Management Internship* Managing Human Resources and Personnel Psychology in Integrated Resorts International Hospitality Marketing Management Elective Courses** (at least four courses) 12 HAGM730 Meeting, Incentive, Convention and Exhibition Management HAGM731 Event and Entertainment Management HAGM732 Food and Beverage Management HAGM733 Lodging Management HAGM734 Hotel Revenue Management HAGM735 Gaming and Casino Operation Management HAGM736 Cross Cultural Gambling Psychology HAGM737 Travel and Tourism Management HAGM738 HAGM739 HAGM740 Retail Management in Integrated Resorts Service Quality Management in Integrated Resorts Special Topics in Integrated Resorts MGMT735 MKTG731 QMDS730 MGMT737 Strategic Management in Hospitality Industry Direct Marketing and Customer Relationship Management in Integrated Resorts Service Operations*** Global Business*** Research Component HAGM751 Research Methods 3 HAGM797 Applied Thesis**** 3 Total 33 * For students who have less than 2 years supervisory or managerial working experiences, they are required to undertake at least 560 hours internship programme. Students who are working full time with at least 2 years supervisory or managerial experience at the time of application may be able to exempt the internship course upon showing adequate justification to do so to the University. Students who are working full time but without 2 years of supervisory or managerial experience at the time of application may be able to waive from the internship course upon showing adequate justification to do so to the University. All other exempt or waive cases will be subjected to special approval on a case by case basis. ** The elective courses are offered subject to the number of student enrolment and the availability of instructors. 275

21 *** Students may enrol either one of these MBA courses as electives, but it is subject to class quota upon course enrolment and availability of instructors. **** Students should successfully complete HAGM750 Research Methods before they enrol thesis. Note: 1. All courses must be successfully completed and students are required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above in order to graduate. 2. Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 276

22 UM Academic Calendar FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bachelor s Degree Programmes Bachelor of Business Administration Year I BECO100 Principles of Microeconomics 3 BECO101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 EBIS112 Contemporary Information Systems for Organizations 3 MGMT110 Principles of Business Management 3 PSYB111 Introduction to Psychology * 3 QMDS100 Business Mathematics ** 3 SAGE102 First-Year Experiential Learning 0 One course selected from the following four courses *** 3 EELC121 English II: Introduction to University English 1 EELC131 English III: Academic English 1 EELC141 English IV: Academic English 3 ENGL112 Critical Reading and Writing One course selected from the following four courses *** 3 EELC122 English II: Introduction to University English 2 EELC132 English III: Academic English 2 EELC142 English IV: Academic English 4 ENGL113 Experiencing Literature in English Three general education courses 9 Total : 33 Year II ACCT100 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 ACCT213 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 EBIS200 Information Systems and Organizations 3 FINC210 Financial Management 3 MGMT220 Business Communications 3 MGMT221 Organizational Behavior 3 MKTG220 Principles of Marketing 3 QMDS200 Statistics and Data Analysis 3 Two general education courses 6 Two bachelor s degree courses 6 Total :

23 Year III BBEL332 Business Law 3 GBMT300 Global Business Environment 3 MGMT330 Strategic Management 3 MGMT331 Research Methods 3 QMDS300 Quantitative Decision Analysis 3 Two distribution/diversity courses 6 Two 2 nd year level or above bachelor s degree courses offered by FBA 6 One 3 rd year level or above bachelor s degree course offered by FBA 3 One bachelor s degree course 3 Total : 33 Year IV QMDS400 Project and Quality Management 3 Three general education courses **** 6 One distribution/diversity course 3 Two 3 rd year level or above bachelor s degree courses offered by FBA 6 Two 4 th year level bachelor s degree courses offered by FBA 6 Three bachelor s degree courses 9 Total : 33 * Students are required to take the course 'Introduction to Psychology' to substitute the GE course in area of 'Life Science, Health and the Human Condition'. ** Students are required to take the course 'Business Mathematics' to substitute the GE course in area of 'Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning'. *** Students are required to take ONE pair of the above English courses. If students are not eligible to take intermediate English course(s) as mentioned above, they will first need to pass lower level English course(s), before being eligible to take intermediate English course(s). **** Two of the GE courses included are in areas of 'Physical Education' and 'Visual and Performing Arts'. # The distribution/diversity courses should be from different disciplines other than the student s own major programme. Disciplines of each FBA major programme are listed on the FBA website (http://www.umac.mo/fba/bachelor/diversity_elective.pdf). 278

24 UM Academic Calendar For discipline of each course, please visit the Registry homepage (http://www.umac.mo/reg/cstudents_enrolment_main.php) for more information. Subject to the actual courses offered, study plan arrangement of that academic year will be announced in the FBA website (http://fba.umac.mo/programmes/bachelor/study-plans-and-self-graduation-check/). Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 279

25 FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Bachelor s Degree Programmes Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Economics Year I BECO100 Principles of Microeconomics 3 BECO101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 EBIS112 Contemporary Information Systems for Organizations 3 MGMT110 Principles of Business Management 3 PSYB111 Introduction to Psychology * 3 QMDS100 Business Mathematics ** 3 SAGE102 First-Year Experiential Learning 0 One course selected from the following four courses *** 3 EELC121 English II: Introduction to University English 1 EELC131 English III: Academic English 1 EELC141 English IV: Academic English 3 ENGL112 Critical Reading and Writing One course selected from the following four courses *** 3 EELC122 English II: Introduction to University English 2 EELC132 English III: Academic English 2 EELC142 English IV: Academic English 4 ENGL113 Experiencing Literature in English Three general education courses 9 Total : 33 Year II ACCT100 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 ACCT213 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 EBIS200 Information Systems and Organizations 3 FINC210 Financial Management 3 MGMT220 Business Communications 3 MGMT221 Organizational Behavior 3 MKTG220 Principles of Marketing 3 QMDS200 Statistics and Data Analysis 3 Two general education courses 6 One bachelor s degree course (non-fba course) 3 One bachelor s degree course 3 Total :

26 UM Academic Calendar Year III BBEL332 Business Law 3 BECO308 Intermediate Microeconomics 3 BECO309 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 BECO310 Global Economic Issues and Business Implications 3 BECO400 Analysis of Economic Indicators 3 BECO403 Introduction to Econometrics 3 MGMT330 Strategic Management 3 QMDS300 Quantitative Decision Analysis 3 QMDS303 Applied Mathematics for Economics 3 Two distribution/diversity courses 6 Total : 33 Year IV BECO404 Applied Econometrics 3 BECO407 The Economics of Development 3 BECO419 Economic Analysis of Investment Projects 3 Three general education courses **** 6 One distribution/diversity course 3 Three courses selected from the Business Economics Required Electives 9 Two bachelor s degree courses (non-fba courses) 6 Total : 33 Business Economics Required Electives Select one from the following: BECO300 Economic Policy and Planning BECO301 Public Economics and Finance BECO302 The Chinese Economy BECO303 International Trade and Commercial Policy BECO304 Economics of Tourism BECO305 Economics of E-Commerce BECO306 Money and Banking BECO307 Asian Financial Market Select two from the following: BECO401 Game Theory and Economic Application BECO406 Applied Economics for Leisure Industries BECO408 History of Economic Thought BECO409 Financial Economics BECO410 The European Economy BECO411 Economic Development in Asia Pacific BECO413 China's Financial System BECO414 Economics of Globalization 281

27 BECO415 BECO416 BECO417 BECO418 International Banking Managerial Economics for Retailing SMEs The Service Sectors of Macao and the Pan Pearl River Delta Industrial Organization and Business Strategy * Students are required to take the course 'Introduction to Psychology' to substitute the GE course in area of 'Life Science, Health and the Human Condition'. ** Students are required to take the course 'Business Mathematics' to substitute the GE course in area of 'Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning'. *** Students are required to take ONE pair of the above English courses. If students are not eligible to take intermediate English course(s) as mentioned above, they will first need to pass lower level English course(s), before being eligible to take intermediate English course(s). **** Two of the GE courses included are in areas of 'Physical Education' and 'Visual and Performing Arts'. # The distribution/diversity courses should be from different disciplines other than the student s own major programme. Disciplines of each FBA major programme are listed on the FBA website (http://www.umac.mo/fba/bachelor/diversity_elective.pdf). For discipline of each course, please visit the Registry homepage (http://www.umac.mo/reg/cstudents_enrolment_main.php) for more information. Subject to the actual courses offered, study plan arrangement of that academic year will be announced in the FBA website (http://fba.umac.mo/programmes/bachelor/study-plans-and-self-graduation-check/). Unless otherwise specified, the above information is accurate as at 5 June The University has the right from time to time to make changes in its regulations, rules and procedures as it sees fit. 282

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