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3 Officers of the College Professor Hamid Al Naimiy Professor Abu Bakr Ibrahim Dr. Samar Mouakket Chancellor Dean College of Business Administration Assistant Dean Administrative Support Staff Aaesha Al Mehrezi College Coordinator Shaikha Al Naqbi College Outreach Coordinator Reem Hisham Al Jaber Administrative Assistant Fazlur Rahman Administrative Assistant Asya Omar Administrative Assistant Muhammad Maqsood Lab Supervisor Huda Mussad Qayed Lab Assistant Amna Al Suwaidi Administrative Assistant - MIS Aisha Alhammadi Administrative Assistant - Management, Marketing and Public Administration Ahlam Al Ali Administrative Assistant - Finance and Economics Amira Alhamdani Administrative Assistant - Accounting Ahlam Al Khayyal Administrative Assistant EMBA Muhannad Al Samman Administrative Assistant - EMBA Veeman Ragavan Administrative Attendant Women Campus Kunjahamed Kolkaran Administrative Attendant Men Campus Contact Information College of Business Administration, Building M5 and W5 University City Sharjah, UAE , College of Business Administration Accreditation All programs offered in the College of Business Administration are accredited by MOHSER. History The College of Business Administration (CBA) is one of the oldest and largest colleges in the University which started in 1997 with 160 students. The CBA has over the years played akey role in providing the Emirate of Sharjah UAE, and the region with skilled managers to lead the astronomical developments in the region. Currently there are nearly 900 students in the College 60% of which are female. Overview The College of Business Administration is led by the College Dean, who is responsible for the College to higher administration. He also represents the College in all relevant committees. The effective management and decision making in the College is achieved through a hierarchy that extends from Department committees to the College Council chaired by the Dean. The College Council also includes the Assistant Dean, Department chairs and Department representatives. The College Council serves as the ultimate forum at the College level in which issues are discussed and decisions 147

4 are made. Further, and in addition to the Assistant Dean, a number of College Committees chaired by senior faculty members assist the Dean in matters related to curriculum and accreditation, research and graduate studies, faculty selection and promotions, and student affairs. Vision To be among the leading business schools in the region known for excellence in teaching, case research and community engagement. Mission The mission of the CBA is to serve the Sharjah Community, the UAE and the region by preparing students to be ethical professionals and leaders in their community, by discovering, disseminating and preserving knowledge; by promoting a spirit of free and open intellectual inquiry throughout the College community and by engaging in partnership with community organizations in order to address the social and economic challenges of the Sharjah and UAE community and around the region. Goals The College is committed to: 1. Produce competent graduates with academic excellence and entrepreneurial skills. 2. Recruit and retain high quality faculty. 3. Enhance the learning environments through state of the art pedagogical approach. 4. Enhance research productivity of the College. 5. Produce Research that is based on community needs. 6. Improve student satisfaction with College processes and programs. 7. Develop partnership with business and community organizations. 8. Establish strong ties with alumni and solicit feedback and engagement. 9. Develop spirit of cooperation and awareness with high schools. Objectives 1. To offer quality management education. 2. To develop a strong research culture. 3. To be perceived as the destination of top students at both graduate and undergraduate programs. 4. To develop a unique brand based on quality and distinctive academic programs. 5. To be perceived as the business school of choice by the business community. 6. To develop a paradigm for graduate professional programs as well as undergraduate program similar to those employed by top business schools. Academic Programs The College of Business Administration offers five Bachelor of Science (BS) programs and one postgraduate degree (EMBA) program that lead to the following degrees: 1. Bachelor of Science in Accounting 2. Bachelor of Science in Finance (two tracks) a. Business Finance Track b. Islamic Banking Track 148

5 3. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (two concentrations) a. Concentration in Management b. Concentration in Marketing 4. Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems 5. Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) Additionally, the College of Business Administration offers a 15-credit hour minor in each of the following undergraduate programs - Accounting, Economics, Finance, Public administration, Marketing, Management, and Management Information Systems. Any student may choose to add a minor in his/her study plan, provided that the minor is independent of his/her area of specialization. Admission Requirements Any student who satisfies the University s admission requirements as stipulated in the Admission section of this Bulletin and chooses to study in one of the programs offered in the College of Business Administration shall be admitted as a General Business in the Common Business Program. After completing 36 credit hours in the General Business program of which at least 18 credit hours are college requirements and attaining a GPA of 2.0 or above, the student may be admitted to continue in one of the College majors pending availability of seats in the desired major and subject to taking and receiving a grade of C in the major perquisite course indicated below. Accounting Finance Management Marketing Public Administration Management Information Systems Accounting I Accounting I / Financial Management Principles of Management Principles of Marketing Principles of Management Introduction to MIS Students are strongly advised to carefully review the admissions section of the University Bulletin for admission and degree requirements as well as all related academic policies. Graduation Requirements Each degree program comprises three categories university requirements (UR), college requirements (CR) and program requirements (PR). The university and college requirements are common to all departments in the College of Business Administration. Each department has its own required and elective courses. The credit hours allocations for each program are shown in the following table: College of Business Administration BS in Accounting (123 Credit) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Total

6 BS in Finance Business Finance Track (123 Credits) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Total BS in Finance Islamic Banking Track (123 Credit) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Islamic Banking Track * 21 Total BS in Business Administration - Management or Marketing (123 Credits) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Total BS in Business Administration Public Administration (123 Credits) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Total

7 BS in Management Information Systems (123 Credit Hours) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits* Total *15 credits mandatory and 6 credits electives I. University Requirements Every student is required to take 24 credit hours of general education courses distributed over six domains. Twelve (12) mandatory credit hours are selected from Domains 1, 2, and 3 and 12 elective credit hours selected from domains 4, 5, 6 and 7 as indicated below. Domain 1: Islamic Studies, History and Culture (3 Credits) Islamic Culture 3 Domain 2: Languages (6 Credits) Arabic Language, Literature and Culture: Take one of the following courses Arabic Language (for Arabic Speakers) Arabic Language (for non-arabic Speakers) 3 English Language, Literature and Culture: Take one of the following courses Basic English English for Academic Purposes 3 College of Business Administration Domain 3: IT or Mathematics (3 Credits) Mathematics 3 Domain 4: Literature and Humanities (3 Credits) Islamic Civilization Human Rights in Islam and International Declarations Introduction to Arabic Literature History of the Sciences among Muslims History of the Arabian Gulf History of Medical and Health Sciences Arts and Medicine 3 151

8 Domain 5: Applied Sciences, 3 Credits Astronomy and Space Sciences Man and the Environment* Health Awareness and Nutrition 3 Domain 6: Social Sciences and Education (3 Credits) Fundamentals of Islamic Education UAE society Introduction to Psychology Introduction to Economics ( for non B)* Introduction to Business Media in Modern Societies Personal Finance Analytical Biography of the Prophet 3 * Not for students in the College of Business Administration Domain 7: one 3-credit hour course from Domain 4, 5, or 6 II. College Requirements A. Remedial Courses Students whose high school certificate s is literary track must take a Remedial Mathematics or University level mathematics course. Students whose High School certificates is in science track may directly take the Business Mathematics course. B. Mandatory Courses Every student in the College of Business Administration irrespective of specialization is required to complete 54 (48+6) credit hours of General Business courses. These courses consist of foundation and skill courses required of all business students. Following are the 16 mandatory courses for 48 credit hours. Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisite Business Mathematics 3 Note Business Statistics Principles of Microeconomics 3 None Principles of Macroeconomics Accounting I: Financial Accounting 3 None Accounting II: Managerial Accounting Financial Management Principles of Management 3 None Principles of Marketing 3 None Legal Environment of Business Business Communication

9 Ethics and Islamic Values in Business Operations and Supply Chain Management Research Methods Strategic Management 3 Senior Standing Introduction to MIS 3 None 1 Equivalent to Operations Management 2 Equivalent to Business Research Methods and Marketing Research Methods. Descriptions of the Mandatory courses offered by other colleges are given below Business Mathematics (3-0:3) Linear functions, systems of linear equations, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; differentiation of functions in one and several variables; optimization of single variable functions; unconstrained optimization of multivariable functions; applications in business and economics; basic matrix operations.. Prerequisite: Remedial Math, Scientific Stream High School certificate, or University Mathematics requirements Business Statistics (3-0:3) Data and statistics. Tabular and graphical methods. Numerical methods. Introduction to probability Discrete probability distributions Continuous probability distributions. Prerequisite: c. Elective Core Courses Each Student in the College must successfully complete 6 credit hours from the following: Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisite Taxation and Zakat Money and Banking Credit Analysis and Lending Management Business and Government Internship in Business 3 Note E-Business Note 1: Minimum 75 Credit Hours/ Department Approval College of Business Administration III. Program Requirements Requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree are program-specific. They encompass three categories: Major core mandatory courses, major core elective courses and minor courses. The program requirements for the bachelor degrees in the different Business Administration majors are given below. Details and titles of relevant courses are included in the Student s Study Plan (SSP) that every Business Administration student will have. 153

10 Course Coding The courses offered by the College of Business Administration are designated code numbers of the form 030XABC where: X ABC 1: Accounting and Finance 2: Marketing and Management 3: Public Administration 4: Management Information Systems Program specific course number described in the program sections The designation used to represent credit hours breakdown (t-p: c) of a course is as follows: t stands for theoretical component of the course; p practical or laboratory component; and c the total credit hours. For example (3-0:3) represents a 3 credit hour course with 3 contact lecture hours and 0 laboratory hours. 154

11 DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING Personnel Chairperson: Associate Professors: Assistant Professors: Visiting Professor: Mostafa Kamal Hassan Mostafa Kamal Hassan, Magdy El bannany Sawsan Halbouni, Mohamed Salem, Walaa Elkeslish Hikmat Al Rawi Vision To be the Department of Accounting of choice in the region for aspirant students, professionals, and scholars for its commitment to learning and scholarship. Mission To create and sustain an environment where responsive business scholars educate responsible learners to advance their personal and professional aspirations in the field of accounting and auditing. Objectives The objectives of the Department of Accounting are: 1. Design academic programs as platforms for further advancement of graduates 2. Hire and support responsive scholars/educators 3. Attract aspirant students 4. Develop a supportive intellectual, professional and learning environment 5. Develop engaging intellectual and learning experience 6. Expand college-society initiatives by working closely with key stakeholders 7. Reinforce the crafting of a distinctive college identity. Goals 1. To record, analyze, interpret and communicate accounting information 2. To apply contemporary accounting tools 3. To acquire social and communication skills needed for a business career (using IT, teamwork, presentation and research skills) 4. To understand and respond to ethical/professional obligation and engage in continuous education. College of Business Administration Career Opportunities Students have the opportunity to hold jobs at all public and business organization such as: Public accounting firms, financial institutions, e.g., banks, insurance companies, business and industrial corporations, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit organizations and sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations. Expected accounting positions include: financial accountant, cost accountant, certified public accountant, financial consultant, insurance adjuster, auditor, public accountant, financial controller, payroll accountant, managerial accountant, internal auditor, tax accountant, management consultant and others. 155

12 Program Overview The Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting requires the satisfactory completion of a minimum of 123 semester credit hours with a minimum cumulative GPA of The program consists of the categories listed in the table below. BS in Accounting (123 Credits) UR CR PR Total Mandatory Credits Electives Credits Minor Credits Total I. University Requirements These are the courses that must be taken by all students at the University, regardless of their major. Descriptions are presented in the introductory pages of the College of Business Administration section in this Bulletin. II. College Requirements Every student in the College of Business Administration irrespective of specialization is required to complete 54 credit hours of General Business courses 48 credit hours are Mandatory core courses and 6 credits core elective courses. These courses consist of foundation and skill courses required of all business students. Descriptions are presented in the introductory pages of the College of Business Administration section in this Bulletin. III. Program Requirements The Department of Accounting requires students to take 30 credit hours in the specialization and 15 credit hours to be used from a minor from an approved list. The specialization courses are divided into mandatory and elective courses as follows. A. Mandatory Core Courses The list of the mandatory core courses of the Accounting program encompasses the 21 credit hours summarized in the table below. Course # Course Title CrHrs Prerequisites Cost and Management Accounting Financial Reporting I Financial Reporting II International Accounting Accounting Information Systems Internal Audit Accounting Seminar

13 B. Elective Core Courses The Accounting program requires nine credit hours of core elective courses chosen from the following list: Course # Course Title CrHrs Prerequisites Government and Non-Profit Accounting (Arabic) Taxation and Zakat Advanced Management Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Auditing Principles Financial Statement Analysis Special Topics in Accounting Study Plan The BS program in Accounting encompasses 123 credits hours that are spread over eight semesters and could be completed in four years. The following study plan serves as a roadmap for a smooth progression toward graduation. Year 1, First Level (Freshman), Semester 1 (15 Credits) University Requirements 1 3 University Requirements Principles of Management Financial Accounting 1 3 University Requirements 3 3 Year 1, First Level (Freshman),Semester 2 (15 Credits) University Requirements 4 3 University Requirements Principles of Marketing 3 University Requirements Introduction to MIS 3 College of Business Administration Year 1, Semester 1 (15 Credits) Managerial Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Financial Management Business Mathematics Business Communication

14 Year 2, Semester 2 (15 Credits) Financial Reporting Principles of Macroeconomics Legal Environment of Business Cost and Management Accounting University Requirement 7 3 Year 3, Semester 1 (18 Credits) Financial Reporting Business Statistics Accounting Information Systems Minor 1 3 College Elective Ethics and Islamic Values in Business Year 3, Semester 2 (18 Credits) International Accounting University Requirement Operations and Supply Chain Management Program Elective 1 3 Minor 2 3 College Elective 2 3 Year 4, Semester 1 (12 Credits) Program Elective Internal Audit Minor 3 3 Minor 4 3 Year 4, Semester 2 (15 Credits) Minor Accounting Seminar Research Methods Strategic Management 3 senior level Program Elective

15 Course Coding The courses offered in the Accounting program are designated by numbers of the form 0301ABC where ABC represent the year, term and course number in a sequence. Course Description Descriptions of all courses offered by the Accounting program are given below Accounting I - Financial Accounting (3-0:3) This course introduces students to accounting concepts underlying financial statements. It focuses on the analysis, measurement and reporting of business transactions to users of financial statements. It also examines the uses and limitations of accounting information for investment and credit decisions. Prerequisite: None Accounting II - Managerial Accounting (3-0:3) This course examines the role of accounting information in managing organizations. It focuses on concepts and techniques used in planning operations, controlling activities, decision making and performance evaluation. Prerequisite: Cost and Management Accounting (3-0-3) This course examines the techniques, systems, and procedures applicable to the use of accounting information for planning, control and decision-making. Topics include cost accumulation and allocation, product and process costing, activity-based costing, transfer pricing, flexible budgeting and variance analysis. Prerequisite: Financial Reporting I (3-0:3) This course builds on and extends the material covered in accounting (1): Financial Accounting. It covers the conceptual framework of accounting and organizations involved in setting accounting standards, measurement and disclosure issues of financial reports, and the theory and practice of accounting for assets. Prerequisite: Financial Reporting II (3-0:3) This course discusses the theory and practice of accounting for liabilities, shareholders' equity and earnings per share, leases and pension accounting. It covers applicable accounting standards, measurement and related disclosure issues. Prerequisite: College of Business Administration Government and Non-Profit Accounting (Arabic) (3-0:3) This course introduces the theory and concepts underlying financial accounting, control, and reporting in the UAE governmental and non-profit organizations. It focuses on budgeting and accounting for governmental revenues and expenditures. Prerequisite: International Accounting (3-0:3) This course provides a theoretical background about the effect of the institutional and cultural factors on accounting rules and practices around the world. It discusses different accounting systems and the need for harmonization of accounting standards. It also covers an implementation of a selective of accounting practices under international financial reporting standards. Prerequisite: Taxation and Zakat (3-0:3) This course introduces the principles of the Islamic system of taxation (Zakat accounting) and how this system differs from the western taxation systems. It addresses sources of income that are subject to taxation, measurement of income and wealth, taxation rates, tax exemptions, and the role of the state in collecting and distributing taxes. Prerequisite:

16 Accounting Information Systems (3-0:3) This course examines the role and function of computerized accounting information systems in processing business transactions and storing accounting data necessary for planning, decision-making and control of organizations. The course also deals with designing, creating, and marinating accounting records. Prerequisite: Advanced Management Accounting (3-0:3) This course builds on and extended the material covered in cost and management accounting. It covers statistical cost estimation techniques, theory of constraints, and decision-making under uncertainty, variance investigation decisions, performance evaluation, and current trends in management accounting. Prerequisite: Advanced Financial Accounting (3-0:3) This course examines the theory and practice of accounting for inter-corporate investments, business combinations, consolidation of financial statements, foreign currency translation, segment and interim reporting. Prerequisite: Auditing Principles (3-0:3) This course examines auditing concepts and methodology underlying audits of financial statements in terms of current practice and standards. It covers auditing standards, audit evidence, review and testing of internal controls, and types of financial audit reports. Prerequisite: Financial Statement Analysis (3-0:3) This course introduces and analyses the relationship between business activities (planning, financing, investing and operating) and financial statements. It demonstrates popular tools and techniques in analyzing and interpreting financial statements with an emphasis on the need of users of financial statements. Prerequisite: Special Topics in Accounting (3-0:3) This course is designed to meet special educational interests of students. Special topics might include business valuation, contract and venture accounting, petroleum accounting, partnership and branch accounting, accounting for the environment, and segment and interim reporting. Prerequisite: Internal Audit (3-0:3) The course provides students' with variety of contents associated with internal audit. It covers issues such as professional ethics and internal audit standards, relation between internal audit and independent audit, role of internal audit in businesses administration, internal control and risk management. The course is an introduction to internal auditing, and its role in the modern corporation. Topics include internal auditing standards, scope, responsibilities, ethics, controls, techniques, and reporting practices. Various techniques are used to study internal auditing theory and practice; these may include the use of problem sets and case studies. Prerequisite: Accounting Seminar (3-0:0) This course is designed as a capstone experience before entering the workplace. Students will use previously prepared knowledge to make informed judgments, identify and apply analytical and critical skills to effectively communicate this information to others both orally and in writing. The course prepares students for (1) completing degree requirements; (2) qualifying for an accounting job; and (3) understanding accounting theories. The course exposes students to real life cases centered on contemporary issues in accounting. Prerequisite:

17 Accounting Minor The Department of Accounting offers a minor in Accounting to students studying a major independent of Accounting. This minor benefits all Business Administration students, particularly those who are majoring in management information system, marketing, finance, public administration, and business management. It will help them to: Improve their employability Identify, select, and evaluate business problems Be one of the people in the organization who can successfully interact and work with accounting professionals. To satisfy the minor requirement, students must successfully complete 15 credit hours from the following courses: Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisite Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisite Cost and Management Accounting Financial Reporting I Financial Reporting II Accounting Information Systems Government and Non-Profit Accounting (Arabic) Taxation and Zakat International Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Internal Audit Advanced Management Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Special Topics in Accounting College of Business Administration

18 DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Personnel Chairperson: Professors: Associate Professors: Assistant Professors: Visiting Assistant Professors: Visiting Lecturer: Hussein Al-Tamimi Hussein Al-Tamimi Md Hamid Uddin, Mohammad AlShboul Andi Duqi, Mohammed Warsame, Gaffar A. Khalid, Amani Elnasri, Hoda Ragab Abougamos, Ayman Mnasri, Atif Awad Abdallah Ray Saadaoui Mallek Vision To be the Department of Finance and Economics of choice in the region for aspirant students, professionals, and scholars for its commitment to learning and scholarship. Mission The Department s mission is to create and sustain an environment where responsive business scholars educate responsible learners in the fields of finance and economics to advance their aspirations in service of their society. Objectives The objectives of the Department of Finance and Economics are: 1. Design academic programs as platforms for further advancement of our graduates 2. Hire and support responsive scholars/educators 3. Attract aspirant students 4. Develop a supportive intellectual, professional and learning environment 5. Develop engaging intellectual and learning experiences 6. Expand college-society initiatives by working closely with key stakeholders 7. Reinforce the crafting of a distinctive college identity Goals 1. To provide students with a conceptual knowledge and understanding of finance and its applications to real world settings. 2. To emphasize the importance of linking theory and practice by studying the major finance models and 3. getting students trained by the most successful financial institutions in the UAE 4. To understand the regulatory and ethical aspects of the finance industry. 5. To be familiar with cultural and global aspects of finance and their applications in the UAE/Gulf area 6. To be able to use quantitative methods and information technology in the finance area. 162

19 Career Opportunities A degree in finance will provide students with the necessary background to embark on wide variety of careers in finance such as: Corporate Finance: Graduates employed in financial management work in any of several capacities. They may handle cash and working capital, do project analysis for a firm s investment decisions, or involved in raising funds in the capital markets or managing risks. Investments: Graduates who are employed in investments work as stock brokers, bond brokers, traders, or in company research and investment analysis. Banking: Graduates employed in the banking sector serve as loan officers, or credit analysts. They also help manage customers money through the trust department or the bank s funds through its investment arm. Real Estate: Graduates who work in real estate often work as real estate brokers or in real estate firms developing, financing, and valuing property. There are also opportunities in financial institutions or in the management of a company s real property. Insurance: Some graduates choose the insurance industry working as sales representatives, analysts or actuaries. Investment Banking: Employees in this area deal with fund raising for corporations from capital markets through public offer of securities, institutional placements of securities etc. Treasury: Graduates in this area deals with risk management, hedging, and currency trading. Fund Managers: Manages investments of securities in financial markets. Islamic Banking: This is a fast growing area in the banking sector with numerous opportunities for finance graduates having adequate knowledge in Islamic Banking Government: Finance graduates are often employed by government agencies to conduct project analysis and manage public finances. The new major also prepares students who want to pursue graduate study in finance. For example, the Finance major will be academically prepared to take the prestigious professional certifications such as the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), the Certified Management Accountant (CMA),Certified Financial Management (CFM) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP). College of Business Administration Financial Planning Consultation: Graduates employed in the area of financial planning consultation generally work with clients to determine the best mix of investments and insurance.

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