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1 Qatar University College of Business and Economics Undergraduate Degree (Bachelor of Business Administration) Program Requirements and Course Descriptions Fall 2005 Applicable to Students of 2005, 2006, and 2007 Faculty and Staff would like to welcome you at the College of Business and Economics. We, at the College of Business and Economics, work together to provide you every advantage that the school has to offer. It is our responsibility and pleasure to serve the needs of students in every possible way. Please know that our doors are open to you, and our staff will always be available to assist you and to address your concerns. Contact Qatar University, College of Business and Economics P.O. Box 271, Doha, Qatar Tel: (+974) /21/17 - CBE Advising Center (Female) Tel: (+974) CBE Advising Center (Male) Fax: (+974)

2 التخصصات المتاحة لطلبة كلية اإلدارة واالقتصاد ) بنات ( Majors and Minors Available to Female Students Students Select one major and one optional minor from the following combinations: Major Accounting Finance Management Marketing Minor Finance Management Marketing Economics Management Information Systems International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Management Marketing Economics Management Information Systems International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Finance Marketing Economics Management Information Systems International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Finance Management Economics Management Information Systems International Business No Minor Selected* Students not seeking any particular minor (no minor) must complete 12 Credit Hours taken from available courses in any major offered at CBE excluding the student declared major. *

3 التخصصات المتاحة لطلبة كلية اإلدارة واالقتصاد ) بنين ) Majors and Minors Available to Male Students Students Select one major and one optional minor from the following combinations: Major Accounting Finance Management Marketing Minor Finance Management Marketing International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Management Marketing International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Finance Marketing International Business No Minor Selected* Accounting Finance Management International Business No Minor Selected* * Students not seeking any particular minor (no minor) must complete 12 Credit Hours taken from available courses in any major offered at CBE excluding the student declared major. --

4 Requirements for the Undergraduate Degree Bachelor of Business Administration (Fall 2005) University Core (9 Credit Hours) University Required Courses, 9 credit hours to be taken from the following groups Subject Course Number Group I: Required Courses (12 Credit Hours) University requirements Group II: Required Courses (21 Credit Hours) General Education Requirements Course Subject Number Title Offered CR Total C H PHIL 114 Critical Thinking OR Critical Thinking Package OR ARAB 445 Analy of Literary Texts - (Phased out) OR ARAB 26 Literary Analysis - (Equivalent to ARAB 445) OR DAWA 205 Schools of Islamic Thought OR DAWA 02 World Religion: Comparative Studies OR DAWA 0 Comparative Mysticism OR DAWA 04 Trends In Contemporary Thought- (Phased out) OR DAWA 402 World Religious Thought OR EDUC 200 Educ & Societal Problems OR INTA 10 Intro to Inter Relations OR INTA 200 Study and Practice of Diplomacy OR INTA 201 Comparative Political System OR INTA 210 History of the World- (Phased out) OR HIST 11 World History Since (Equivalent to INTA 210) OR INTA 211 Religion and the Art in the World Context OR INTA 01 Islamic Political Thought OR INTA 02 Politics of Oil OR INTA 09 Islam and the West- (Phased out) OR INTA 11 Conflict Discrs in Comp Conx OR INTA 407 Contemporary Issues in Comparative Politics OR LAWC 101 Introduction to Law OR PHIL 111 Logic and Methodology - (Phased out) MCOM 221 Communication Skills OR Communication Skills Package OR DAWA 114 Modern Techniques of Dawa OR ENGL 150 Essay Writing I OR ENGL 154 Pronunciation & Spoken English OR ENGL 90 Sociolinguistics - (Phased out) OR INTA 100 Freshman Seminar OR INTA 21 History of Photography in the West OR PSYC 205 Social Psychology Title Offered CR Prerequisite DAWA 111 Islamic Culture F&S (Instruction in Arabic) ENGL 202 English I F&S ENGL004 ENGL 20 English II F&S ENGL202 ARAB 100 Arabic Language F&S (Instruction in Arabic) -4- Total C H 12

5 Course Title Offered CR Subject Number USUL 41 Ethics & Social Responsibility OR DAWA 117 Ethics OR General Knowledge Package SPSC 201 Theory and Practice(Team Sports) SPSC 101 Traditional and New Games ARAB 442 Mod Arabic Poetry- (Phased out) OR ARAB 444 Contemp Literature in Gulf- (Phased out) OR ARAB 482 Contemporary Gulf Literature - (Equivalent to ARAB 444) OR ARAB 447 Mod Literary Prose- (Phased out) OR ARAB 45 Appreciation of Literary Texts - (Phased out) OR ARAB 26 Literary Analysis- (Equivalent to ARAB 45) OR DAWA 100 Islamic Creeds - (Phased out) OR ISLA 101 Studies in Islamic Creeds - (Equivalent to DAWA 100) OR DAWA 11 Philosophy of Sirah OR DAWA 20 Principles & Methodology of Dawa OR DAWA 206 International organizations & Human Rights OR DAWA 207 Islamic Institutions OR DAWA 06 History of Religion OR DAWA 401 Area Studies OR EDUC 20 Family Relationships OR EDUC 10 Foundation of Education in Qatar and School Reform OR EDUC 17 Inclusive Classrooms OR ENGL 248 Introduction to Literature - (Phased out) OR ENGL 156 Introduction to Literature I - (Equivalent to ENGL 248) OR ENGL 7 Introduction to Linguistics- (Phased out) OR ENGL 157 Introduction to Linguistics - (Equivalent to ENGL 7) OR ENGL 8 Translation I- (Phased out) OR ENGL 45 History of English Literature- (Phased out) OR FIQH 101 Introduction to Islamic Fiqh- (Phased out) OR FIQH 210 Commercial Fiqh I - (Phased out) OR HIST 42 Islamic Civilization - (Phased out) OR HIST 712 Islamic Civilization - (Equivalent to HIST 42) OR INTA 102 Introduction to Political Science OR INTA 20 Women in Islam OR INTA 07 The U.S and the Middle East- (Phased out) OR INTA 08 Polit. Economy of Oil and Natural Resource OR INTA 401 Theory of International Affairs OR INTA 40 Security Studies OR INTA 404 Gender and Law OR INTA 405 Gender in International Perspective OR INTA 406 Women and Violence- (Phased out) OR INTA 415 History of the Middle East in the 20th C OR INTA 440 Politics of Development OR INTA 460 International Politics & Epidemics- (Phased out) OR LAWC 102 Human Rights and International OR LAWC 9 Public International Law Total CH -5-

6 OR LAWC 54 Law of Public Service OR LAWC 484 GCC Law OR PSYC 201 Introduction to Psychology OR SOCI 120 Introduction To Sociology OR SOCI 121 Introduction to Anthropology OR SOCI 200 Sustainable Development OR SOCI 26 Badawi Society OR SOWO 101 Intro to Social Work OR SOWO 61 Society and Human Rights OR USUL 101 Introduction to Quran & Sunna Subject Course Number Title Offered CR Prerequisite PHIL 110 Philosophy MATH 119 Business Mathematics I HIST 451 Modern &Contemporary History Of Qatar LAWC 215 Business Law Total C H 12 Group III: Social and Natural Science Core: (6 Credits Hours) Natural Science ( Credit Hours) Students must select ONE course from the following subjects CMPS or PHYS or CHEM or MARS or ENVS or BIOL or GEOL Social Science ( Credit Hours) Students must select ONE course from the following subjects SOCI or SOWO or PSYC or MCOM or INFO Subject Course Number University Electives (8 Credit Hours) Title Offered CR Prerequisite Total C H Free Electives F&S 8 Courses from outside the College* 8 College Core Required college courses, 45 credit hours, 15 courses Course Subject Number Title Offered CR Prerequisite Total C H MAGT 101 Principles of Management F&S ENGL004 MAKT 101 Principles of Marketing F&S MAGT 101 ACCT 110 Financial Accounting F&S ENGL004 + COMP002 ECON 111 Principles of Microeconomics F&S ENGL004 + MATH002 ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics F&S ENGL004 + MATH002 ACCT 116 Managerial Accounting F&S ACCT110 MIST 201 Introduction to Management Information Systems F&S MAGT101 + COMP002 FINA 201 Principles of Finance F&S MAGT101 + MATH STAT 220 Business Statistics I F&S ENGL004 MATH 221 Business Mathematics II F&S MATH 119 STAT 222 Business Statistics II F&S STAT220 MAGT 04 Production and Operations Management F&S MAGT101+ STAT220 MAGT 06 International Business F&S FINA201 + ECON112 MAGT 07 Internship in Business Summer MAGT04+ ACCT116 MAGT 405 Strategic Management F&S FINA201 +MAKT101-6-

7 Group IV: Requirements for the Major Title CR Total C H Required Seven Major courses Group V: Requirements for the Minor Title CR Total C H Required Four Mainer courses Total *CBE Students are not allowed to register in the following courses ENGL 200, ENGL201, MATH100, MATH 101, MATH 10, MATH 104, and MCOM

8 ACCOUNTING Major in Accounting (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) ACCT 221 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 116 Fall & Spring ACCT 222 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 221 Fall & Spring ACCT 1 Cost & Management Accounting ACCT 116 Fall & Spring ACCT Auditing I ACCT 116 Fall & Spring ACCT 421 Accounting Information Systems ACCT 116 Fall & Spring 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: ACCT 411 Government Accounting ACCT ACCT 41 Auditing II ACCT Spring ACCT 418 Advanced Accounting ACCT 221 F all ACCT 424 International Accounting ACCT 221 Spring ACCT 428 Financial Statements Analysis ACCT 116 F all Minor in Accounting (12 credit hours, 4 courses) ACC T 221 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 116 Fall & Spring ACCT 222 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 221 Fall & Spring ACC T 1 Cost & Management Accounting ACCT 116 Fall & Spring ACC T Auditing I ACCT 116 Fall & Spring -8-

9 ECONOMICS Major in Economics (Currently Frozen as a Major) (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) ECON 211 Intermediate Microeconomics ECON ECON 112 Fall ECON 212 Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON ECON 112 Spring ECON 214 Monetary Policy ECON ECON 112 Spring ECON 11 Econometrics ECON ECON 112 +STAT 222 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON ECON 112 Fall 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: ECON 451 Economic Development ECON ECON 112 Fall ECON 452 Industrial Economics ECON ECON 112 Spring ECON 454 Economics of Energy ECON ECON 112 Fall ECON 472 Managerial Economics ECON ECON 112 Spring Minor in Economics (Currently Available for Female Students Only) (12 credit hours, 4 courses) ECON 211 Intermediate Microeconomics ECON ECON 112 Fall ECON 212 Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON ECON 112 Spring ECON 214 Monetary Policy ECON ECON 112 Spring ECON 11 Econometrics ECON ECON 112 +STAT 222 Spring -9-

10 FINANCE Major in Finance (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) FINA 01 Corporate Finance FINA 201 Fall & Spring FINA 02 Investments FINA STAT 220 Fall & Spring FINA 0 Financial Markets & Institutions FINA 201 Fall FINA 04 FINA 02 OR MAGT 06 International Finance Spring OR ( MAGT 04+FINA 201) FINA 401 Portfolio Management FINA 02 Fall & Spring 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: FINA 402 Personal Finance FINA 201 Spring FINA 40 Insurance and Risk Management FINA STAT 222 Fall FINA 404 Islamic Banking & Finance FINA STAT 220 Spring FINA 405 Financial Derivatives FINA 02 Fall Minor in Finance (12 credit hours, 4 courses) FINA 01 Corporate Finance FINA 201 Fall &Spring FINA 02 Investments FINA STAT 220 Fall & Spring FINA 0 Financial Markets & Institutions FINA 201 Fall FINA 401 Portfolio Management FINA 02 Fall & Spring -01-

11 MANAGEMEN T Major in Management (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) MAGT 01 Organizational Behavior MAGT 101 Fall MAGT 02 Human Resource Management (HRM) MAGT 101 Fall MAGT 0 Entrepreneurship & Small Business FINA MAKT Management ECON ACCT 116 Fall MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring MAGT 406 Total Quality Management (TQM) MAGT 04 Fall 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: MAGT 401 Quantitative Methods for Decision Making MAGT 04 + STAT 222 Fall MAGT 402 Organization Theory MAGT 01 Spring MAGT 40 E-Business MIST MAGT 06 Fall MAGT 404 Project Management STAT 220 Spring (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Minor in Management MAGT 01 Organizational Behavior MAGT 101 Fall MAGT 02 Human Resource Management (HRM) MAGT 101 Fall Entrepreneurship & Small Business FINA MAKT ECON MAGT 0 Fall Management ACCT 112 MAGT 406 Total Quality Management (TQM) MAGT 04 Fall -00-

12 MANAGEMEN INFORMATION SYSTEMS Major in MIS (Currently Frozen as a Major) (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) MIST 01 Introduction to Programming in Business MIST 201 Fall MIST 02 Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) MIST 201 Fall MIST 0 Systems Analysis and Design (S&D) MIST 201 Spring MIST 04 Data Communications and Networking MIST 201 Spring MIST 401 Internet Applications Development MIST 01 Fall 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: MIST 402 Enterprise Systems & Applications MIST 01 Fall MIST 40 Project Management for IS MIST 201 Fall MIST 404 Information Technology for Financial Services MIST 201 Spring MIST 405 Innovation with Information Technology MIST 401 Spring Minor in MIS (Currently Available for Female Students Only) (12 credit hours, 4 courses) MIST 01 Introduction to Programming in Business MIST 201 Fall MIST 02 Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) MIST 201 Fall MIST 0 Systems Analysis and Design (S&D) MIST 201 Spring MIST 04 Data Communications and Networking MIST 201 Spring -01-

13 MARKETING T Major in Marketing (21 credit hours, 7 courses) classified into two categories: 1) Required courses (15 credit hours, 5 courses) MAKT 01 Consumer Behavior MAKT 101 Fall MAKT 02 Marketing Management MAKT 101 Fall MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring MAKT 04 Strategic Marketing MAKT 401 OR MAKT 01 OR MAKT 02 Spring MAKT 401 Marketing Research MAKT STAT 220 Fall 2) Elective courses (6 credit hours, 2 courses) to be selected from the following: MAKT 402 Sales Management MAKT 401 OR MAKT 02 Spring MAKT 40 E-Marketing MAKT MAKT 01 Fall MAKT 404 Services Marketing MAKT 01 Spring MAKT 405 Promotion Management MAKT 02 Fall (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Minor in Marketing MAKT 01 Consumer Behavior MAKT 101 Fall MAKT 02 Marketing Management MAKT 101 Fall MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring MAKT 401 Marketing Research MAKT STAT 220 Fall -0-

14 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Minor in IB for Accounting Major (12 credit hours, 4 courses) T Required courses ( 12 credit hours, 4 courses) MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring FINA 04 International Finance MAGT 06 + MAGT 04 + FINA 201 Spring MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON 111+ ECON 112 Fall Minor in IB for Finance Major (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Required courses ( 9 credit hours, courses) MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON 111+ ECON 112 Fall 2) Elective courses ( credit hours 2) Elective courses ( credit hours, 1 course) to be selected from the following: ECON 214 Monetary Policy ECON 111+ECON 112 Spring MAKT 401 Marketing Research MAKT STAT 220 Fall MAGT 406 Total Quality Management (TQM) MAGT 04 Fall -04-

15 Minor in IB for Management Major (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Required courses ( 9 credit hours, courses) MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring FINA 04 International Finance MAGT 06 + MAGT 04 + FINA 201 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON 111+ ECON 112 Fall 2) Elective courses ( credit hours 2) Elective courses ( credit hours, 1 course) to be selected from the following: ECON 214 Monetary Policy ECON 111+ECON 112 Spring FINA 0 Financial Markets & Institutions FINA 201 Fall MAKT 401 Marketing Research MAKT STAT 220 Fall (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Minor in IB for Economics Major Required courses ( 9 credit hours, courses) MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring FINA 04 International Finance MAGT 06 + MAGT 04 + FINA 201 Spring MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring 2) Elective courses ( credit hours 2) Elective courses ( credit hours, 1 course) to be selected from the following: FINA 0 Financial Markets & Institutions FINA 201 Fall MAKT 401 Marketing Research MAKT STAT 220 Fall MAGT 406 Total Quality Management (TQM) MAGT 04 Fall -05-

16 (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Minor in IB for Marketing Major Required courses ( 9 credit hours, courses) FINA 04 International Finance MAGT 06 + MAGT 04 + FINA 201 Spring MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON 111+ ECON 112 Fall 2) Elective courses ( credit hours 2) Elective courses ( credit hours, 1 course) to be selected from the following: ECON 214 Monetary Policy ECON 111+ECON 112 Spring FINA 0 Financial Markets & Institutions FINA 201 Fall MAGT 406 Total Quality Management (TQM) MAGT 04 Fall (12 credit hours, 4 courses) Minor in IB for MIS Major Required courses ( 12 credit hours, 4 courses) MAKT 0 International Marketing MAKT 101 Spring FINA 04 International Finance MAGT 06 + MAGT 04 + FINA 201 Spring MAGT 05 Comparative Management MAGT 04 Spring ECON 45 International Economics ECON 111+ ECON 112 Fall -06-

17 BUSINESS MINOR FOR NON-BUSINESS STUDENTS Required Courses for a General Business Minor (24 credit hours, 8 courses) MAGT 101 Principles of Management ENGL004 Fall & Spring MAKT 101 Principles of Marketing MAGT 101 Fall & Spring ACC T 110 Financial Accounting ENGL004 + COMP002 Fall & Spring ECON 111 Principles of Microeconomics ENGL004 + MATH002 Fall & Spring ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL004 + MATH002 Fall & Spring MATH 119 Business Mathematics I MATH002 Fall & Spring STAT 220 Business Statistics I ENGL004 Fall & Spring FINA 201 Principles of Finance MAGT MATH 119 Fall & Spring -07-

18 QATAR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS SAMPLE PLAN FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS Fall 2005 First Semester ENGL202: English I ARAB100: Arabic Language Social Sciences Package HIST451: History of the Middle East MATH119: Business Math I Total Freshmen Year Hours 15 Second Semester ENGL20: English II DAWA11: Islamic Culture MCOM221: Communication Skills or Communication Skills Package MATH221: Business Math II MAGT101: Principles of Management Total Hours 15 First Semester PHIL114: Critical Thinking or Critical Thinking Package STAT220: Business Statistics I MAKT101: Principles of Marketing ECON111: Principles of Microeconomics ACCT110: Financial Accounting Total Sophomore Year Hours Second Semester PHIL110: Introduction to Philosophy 15 STATE222: Business Statistics II ACCT116: Managerial Accounting ECON112: Principles of Macroeconomics University free elective Total Hours 15 First Semester USUL41: Ethics and Social Responsibility or General Knowledge Package LAWC215: Business Law MAGT04: Production and Operations Mgmt Course from major Course from major Course from minor or business elective Total First Semester University free elective MAGT405: Strategic Management Course from major Course from major Course from minor or business elective Total Junior Year Hours Second Semester FINA201: Principles of Finance MIST201: Introduction to MIS MAGT07: Internship in Business Course from major Course from major Course from minor or business elective 18 Total Senior Year Hours 2 17 Second Semester Natural Science Package University free elective MAGT06: International Business Course from major Course from minor or business elective Total Hours 18 Hours

19 Course Descriptions (in English and Arabic) بيان بتوصيف مقررات الخطة باللغتين العربية واإلنجليزية -09-

20 Accounting Course Number: ACCT 110 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Financial Accounting This course introduces financial accounting for various business entities. Topics covered include accounting concepts and principles based on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Emphasis will be on analyzing, recording, classifying, and communicating information including the preparation of financial statements. رقم المقرر : 110 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : المحاسبة المالية يمثل هذا المقرر مقدمة في المحاسبة المالية لمنشآت األعمال المختلفة. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على المفاهيم والمبادئ المحاسبية المتعلقة بمبادئ المحاسبة المتعارف عليها. سوف يتم التركيز على تحليل وتسجيل وتصنيف االحداث االقتصادية وإعداد التقارير بما في ذلك إعداد القوائم المالية. Course Number: ACCT 116 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Managerial Accounting This course provides an introduction to management accounting as it applies to the use of accounting information in planning and controlling business operations. Students are introduced to cost terms, cost behavior, cost-volumeprofit analysis, variable costing, budgeting, and relevant costs for decision making. رقم المقرر : 116 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : المحاسبة اإلدارية يمثل هذا المقرر مقدمة في المحاسبة اإلدارية واستخدامها للمعلومات المحاسبية ألغراض ا لتخطيط ومراقبة العمليات. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على : مصطلحات التكاليف وسلوك التكاليف وتحليل التكلفة والحجم والربح والتكاليف المتغيرة والموازنات التخطيطية والتكاليف ذات العالقة بصنع القرارات. Course Number: ACCT 221 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Intermediate Accounting I This course introduces essential financial accounting concepts and standards related to corporate reporting with special emphasis on preparation of financial statements. Areas studied include cash, receivables, inventory, investment, plant and equipment, and revenue recognition. -11-

21 رقم المقرر : 221 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : المحاسبة المتوسطة )1( يتناول هذا المقرر المفاهيم والمعايير األساسية للمحاسبة المالية التي تعتمدد عليهدا الشدركات فدي إعدداد تقاريرهدا الماليدة مدع التركيز على إعداد القوائم المالية. وتتضمن موضوعات الدراسة: النقدية والمدينون والمخزون واالسدتثمارات والعقدارات والمعدات واآلالت وغيرها من األصول ومبدأ االعتراف باإليراد. Course Number: ACCT222 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Intermediate Accounting II This course provides a continuation of financial accounting concepts and standards related to corporate reporting. Areas to be studied include current and long-term liabilities, owners equity, leases, statement of cash flows, and accounting changes and error analysis. رقم المقرر : 222 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : المحاسبة المتوسطة )2( هذا المقررامتداد لدراسة مفاهيم ومعايير المحاسبة المالية المتعلقة بإعداد التقارير المالية للشركات. تتضمن مواضيع الدراسة االلتزامات الجارية وطويلة األجل وحقوق الملكية وعقود االستئجار و قائمة التدفقات النقدية والتغييرات المحاسبية وتحليل األخطاء. Course Number: ACCT 1 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Cost and Management Accounting This course provides an in-depth study of cost/management accounting concepts and principles as they apply to manufacturing and service environments. Students are introduced to cost accumulations and assignments using traditional and contemporary cost accounting approaches, and budgeting. The use of accounting information in planning, controlling, and evaluating business decisions both short- and long-term to be covered. رقم المقرر : 1 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر التكاليف والمحاسبة اإلدارية يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة متعمقة لمبادئ ومفاهيم المحاسبة اإلدارية ومحاسبة التكاليف بالتطبيق على البيئات الصناعية والخدمية. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على التكاليف التراكمية وتحميل التكاليف باستخدام الطرق التقليدية والمعاصرة والموازنات التخطيطية. ويغطي المقرر أيضا طرق استخدام المعلومات المحاسبية في تخطيط ومراقبة وتقييم القرارات طويلة وقصيرة المدى. -10-

22 Course Number: ACCT (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Auditing I This course introduces basic concepts of auditing attestation and assurance. Areas studied include the quality control standards and the code of professional ethics, regulation and legal liabilities audit evidence and audit programs, assessment of risks and materiality, and audit reports. رقم المقرر : ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : مراجعة حسابات )1( يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة المفاهيم األساسية لخدمات التددقيق وإصددار التقدارير والتدكيدد. وتشدتمل موضدوعات المقدرر علدى معايير جودة المراجعة وقواعد السلوك المهني واألنظمة والمسؤولية المهنية و أدلة التدقيق و برامج التددقيق. وتقيديم المخاطر واألهمية النسبية وإعداد التقارير. Course Number: ACCT 411 Course Name: Government Accounting This course provides an overview of the concepts and procedures of fund accounting. The general framework of State Budget will be addressed in addition to the accompanying detailed timetable needed for its special preparation. Accounting for not-for-profits, such as hospitals and universities to be addressed. رقم المقرر : 411 ACCT اسم المقرر : المحاسبة الحكومية يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة مفاهيم وإجراءات محاسبة األموال المخصصة. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على اإلطار العام للموازنة الحكومية وكيفية وتوقيت إعدادها و دراسة إطار المحاسبة في المنشآت غير الهادفة للربح مثل المستشفيات والجامعات. Course Number: ACCT 41 (Spring) Course Name: Auditing II This course provides the continuation of concepts of auditing attestation and assurance studied in Auditing I. Areas to be studied include test of controls and substantive audit testing for various cycles and balances, statistical sampling for control testing and substantive testing, and in-depth audit reports. رقم المقرر : 41 ACCT )ربيع( اسم المقرر : مراجعة حسابات )2( يتمثل هذا المقرر امتدادا لدراسة المفاهيم األساسية لخدمات التدقيق وإصدار الشهادات والتدكيد. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على دراسة اختبارات الرقابة واالختبارات األساسية لمختلف الدورات واألرصدة ودراسة العينات اإلحصائية الختبارات الرقابة واالختبارات األساسية باإلضافة إلى دراسة معمقة لتقارير المدقق المختلفة. -11-

23 Course Number: ACCT 418 (Fall) Course Name: Advanced Accounting This course focuses on accounting for business combinations and consolidated financial statements. International accounting and foreign exchange translation, accounting for partnership formation and liquidation and interim reporting is addressed. رقم المقرر : 418 ACCT )خريف( اسم المقرر : محاسبة متقدمة تشمل موضوعات المقرر المحاسبة عن اندماج الشركات وإعداد القوائم المالية الموحدة و دراسة عمليات المحاسبة الدولية وترجمة العملة األجنبية ومحاسبة تدسيس وتصفية شركات األشخاص و إعداد القوائم المالية المرحلية. Course Number: ACCT 421 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Accounting Information Systems This course focuses on concepts and procedures related to accounting information systems. Areas studied include system design and implementation, relationship between accounting information systems and other information systems within the organization, flowcharts, and computer applications and tools. رقم المقرر : 421 ACCT )خريف و ربيع( اسم المقرر : نظم المعلومات المحاسبية يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة المفاهيم واإلجراءات المتعلقة بنظم المعلومات المحاسبية. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على تصميم وتنفيذ النظم و العالقة بين نظم المعلومات المحاسبية وغيرها من نظم المعلومات األخرى ضمن المنظمة وخرائط التدفق وتطبيقات وأدوات الحاسب اآللي. Course Number: ACCT 424 (Spring) Course Name: International Accounting Presenting accounting issues related to international business transactions, harmonization of accounting principles, and comparative accounting systems. Topics covered include changes of the accounting environments, accounting of changing prices, international financial statement analysis, auditing for global operations, taxation, managerial accounting issues, and the International Accounting Standards (IAS).. رقم المقرر : 424 ACCT )ربيع( اسم المقرر : المحاسبة الدولية يغطي هذا المقدرر طروحدات مرتبطدة بالمعدامالت التجاريدة الدوليدة التوافدق بدين المبدادئ المحاسدبية والدنظم المحاسبية المقارنة. من المواضيع المطروحة: التعامل مع التغيدرات فدي اطدر المحاسدبة المحاسدبة فدي نظدام األسعار المتغيرة تحليل القوائم المالية الدولية المراجعة الدوليدة الضدرائب محاسدبة التكداليف والمعدايير المحاسبية الدولية. -1-

24 Course Number: ACCT 428 (Fall) Course Name: Financial Statements Analysis This course examines performance evaluation of projects from accounting and financial perspectives. Areas studied include trend analysis, ratio analysis, vertical and horizontal analysis for different financial statements, and statement of cash flow analysis. رقم المقرر : 428 ACCT )خريف( اسم المقرر : تحليل القوائم المالية يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة تقييم أداء المشاريع من الجوانب المحاسبية والمالية. وتشتمل موضوعات المقرر على تحليل االتجاه وتحليل النسب المالية والتحليل األفقي والعمودي لمختلف القوائم المالية ثم تحليل قائمة التدفقات النقدية. -14-

25 Economics Course Number: ECON 111 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Principles of Microeconomics This course focuses on basic microeconomic concepts such as supply and demand, market equilibrium, the concept of elasticity, consumer choice, utility, production and costs, the theory of perfect competition, monopoly and monopolistic competition. رقم المقرر: ECON 111 )خريف وربيع( اسم المقرر: مبادئ اقتصاد جزئي يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة مفاهيم االقتصاد الجزئي مثل العرض والطلب وتوازن السوق وسلوك المستهلك ونظرية اإلنتاج وتكاليف اإلنتاج في األجل القصير والطويل ونظرية األسواق كالمنافسة الكاملة واحتكار البائع واحتكار المشتري والمنافسة االحتكارية واحتكار القلة. Course Number: ECON 112 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Principles of Macroeconomics This course focuses on basic macroeconomic concepts such as the production possibility set, the circular flow of income, the national accounts, the components of aggregate spending, a simple model of income determination and international linkages. رقم المقرر: ECON )خريف 112 وربيع( اسم المقرر: مبادئ اقتصاد كلي يتضمن المقرر مفاهيم االقتصاد الكلي كتحليل إمكانات اإلنتاج والتدفق الدائري للدخل والحسابات القومية والعرض الكلي والطلب الكلي التوازن بين االدخار واالستثمار اإلنفاق االستهالكي و دالة االستهالك القومي و دالة االستثمار و الكفاية الحدية لرأس المال و النقد والدخل القومي و السياسة النقدية والمالية و تحليل التوازن العام. Course Number: ECON 211 (Fall) Course Name: Intermediate Microeconomics This course examines theory of choice and its applications, income and substitution effects of a change in price and the compensated demand curve, production and cost with many variable inputs, theory and models of oligopoly, input markets and the allocation of resources. رقم المقرر: ECON 211 )خريف( اسم المقرر: اقتصاد جزئي متوسط يتناول هذا المقرر نظريات االختيار وتطبيقاتها أثر اإلحالل وأثر الدخل و تحليل اإلنتاج والتكاليف في ظل تعدد عوامل اإلنتاج و منحيات الطلب و نظريات المنافسة الحتكار القلة و سوق عوامل اإلنتاج واستغالل وتخصيص الموارد االقتصادية. -15-

26 Course Number: ECON 212 (Spring) Course Name: Intermediate Macroeconomics This course examines the behavioral foundations of consumption: absolute-income hypothesis, relative income hypothesis, permanent income hypothesis and life-cycle hypothesis will be discussed. Other topics covered include behavior of investment: the desired capital stock, the interaction between the multiplier and the accelerator and trade cycles, IS/LM model, labor markets, and balance of payments analysis. رقم المقرر: ECON 212 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: اقتصاد كلي متوسط يحتوي المقرر موضوعات عديدة مثل الركائز السلوكية في تحليل اإلنفاق الكلي والتي تشمل فرضية الدخل المطلق والدخل النسبي والدخل الدائم والدخل المتعلق بالمرحلة العمرية وكذلك موضوع االستثمار والعالقة بين المضاعف والمعجل والدورة التجارية وموضوع منحنيات التوازن في سوق النقد وسوق السلع والخدمات وأسواق العمل وتحليل ميزان المدفوعات. Course Number: ECON 214 (Spring) Course Name: Monetary Policy This course covers the evolution of money. The monetary systems, the financial system, interest rates, commercial banks functions, and their role in the creation of money. The central bank: its role in setting monetary policy and money supply. Money demand, money and inflation, and the role of money in economic activity. رقم المقرر: ECON 214 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: السياسة النقدية يعرض المقرر تعريفا بدنواع النقود و قيمة النقود و قاعدة الذهب وآليتها و طلب وعرض النقود و دوران النقود و النظريات النقدية الكالسيكية و فيشر كينز و ميلتون فريدمان. ويتناول أيضا المصارف التجارية والمركزية و السياسة النقدية والتكامل النقدي. Course Number: STAT 220 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Business Statistics I This course introduces descriptive graphical techniques and numerical measures; probability distributions and their application to stock markets, production reliability and queuing systems; sampling distributions; estimation; inference with application to market segmentation; simple linear regression and correlation with application to accounting, economics, banking and insurance. -16-

27 رقم المقرر: STAT 220 )خريف وربيع( اسم المقرر: إحصاء لإلدارة )1( يتناول المقرر مقدمة عن علم اإلحصاء وتعريف العينة والمجتمع وأنواع العينات والمتغيرات وتبويب البيانات وعرضها ووصف التوزيعات التكرارية واستخدام أسلوب االنحدار لتقدير وتفسير النماذج المختلفة في حقل اإلدارة واالقتصاد. Course Number: MATH 221 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Business Mathematics II This course covers some economic applications of mathematical concepts such as the linear and non linear functions, difference equations, partial derivatives, constrained and unconstrained optimization problems, definite and indefinite integration in addition to mathematics of finance. رقم المقرر: MATH )خريف 221 وربيع( اسم المقرر: رياضيات لإلدارة )2( يتناول المقرر التفاضل والتكامل والتفاضل الجزئي والنهاية العظمى والصغرى المحلية والمتغيرة طريقة الجرانج والدوال المتجانسة والمعادالت التفاضلية وتستخدم هذه المفاهيم على تطبيقات اقتصادية وإدارية ومالية. Course Number: STAT 222 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Business Statistics II This course examines multiple regression analysis with emphasis on model building in business and economics applied to the consumer, the firm and the markets, nonparametric statistics, time series analysis and business forecasting applied to sales, demand, revenue, consumption, share prices, exchange rates, basics of discriminate analysis and factor analysis applied to marketing research. رقم المقرر: STAT 222 )خريف وربيع( اسم المقرر: إحصاء لإلدارة )2( يتضمن المقرر تحليل االنحدار المتعدد مع التركيز على كيفية صياغة النماذج لتحليل الظواهر االقتصادية وتحليل السالسل الزمنية والتنبؤ. Course Number: ECON 11 (Spring) Course Name: Econometrics This course examines properties of the least-squares estimators, specification, estimation and hypothesis testing of the simple and multiple regression models, use of dummy variables and violations of classical assumptions: heterosecdasticity, autocorrelation and multicollinearity. -17-

28 رقم المقرر: ECON )ربيع( 11 اسم المقرر: اقتصاد قياسي يتناول المقرر أهمية دراسة االقتصاد القياسي وأسلوب البحث القياسي وطرق تقدير المعالم في النماذج القياسية االنحدار الخطي البسيط واالنحدار الخطي المتعدد مشاكل التقدير في النماذج الخطية. Course Number: ECON 451 (Fall) Course Name: Economic Development This course focuses on the main characteristics of developing countries, indicators of economic development, the process of development, sources of development, theories and strategies of economic development, barriers to development, negative aspects of economic development and sustainable growth to be addressed. رقم المقرر: ECON )خريف( 451 اسم المقرر: تنمية اقتصادية يتناول المقرر مالمح اقتصاديات الدول النامية وأسباب التخلف االقتصادي ونظريات التنمية االقتصادية وسياسات التنمية االقتصادية. Course Number: ECON 452 (Spring) Course Name: Industrial Economics This course provides an overview of the industrial organization framework, market structure and performance, market concentration, pricing theory and strategy, game theory, innovation and market structure, managerial firms, firm size and diversification, multinational firms and transfer pricing, international organization, vertical integration, technology choice, and industrial policy. رقم المقرر: ECON 452 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: اقتصاد صناعي يتناول هذا المقرر اإلطار التنظيمي للصناعة هيكل السوق واألداء مستوى التركز في السوق نظرية التسعير واستراتجيات التسعير نظرية اللعبة اإلبداع وهيكل السوق اإلدارة في المنشدة و حجم المنشدة والتنويع والبعد الدولي للمنشاة وسياسة التصنيع. Course Number: ECON 45 (Fall) Course Name: International Economics This course examines the theory of comparative advantage and the gains from trade, tariffs and other trade restrictions, protection policies, the GAAT, mechanics of international payments, and international monetary reform. -18-

29 رقم المقرر: ECON 45 )خريف( اسم المقرر: اقتصاد دولي يتناول المقرر مقدمة في التجارة الدولية و نظريات التجارة الخارجية و السياسات التجارية الحمائية و النمو االقتصادي والتجاري و ميزان المدفوعات و سوق الصرف األجنبي و النظام النقدي الدولي والمؤسسات المالية الدولية. Course Number: ECON 454 (Fall) Course Name: Economics of Energy This course examines the essential economics of various sources of energy; emphasis.given to the demand for oil, supply of oil, fluctuations in oil prices, forecasting oil prices and the role of OPEC. The course also covers other sources of energy, particularly coal, natural gas and nuclear power. رقم المقرر: ECON 454 )خريف( اسم المقرر: اقتصاديات الطاقة يتناول المقرر مفهوم الطاقة والطلب والعرض للطاقة و أسعار الطاقة و إنتاجية الطاقة ونقلها وتسويقها وبدائلها والمنافسة في سوق الطاقة و الغاز الطبيعي والفحم والكهرباء والتعرف على وكالة الطاقة الدولية ومنظمة أوبك. Course Number: ECON 472 (Spring) Course Name: Managerial Economics This course covers the scope of managerial economics, tools of analysis and optimization, demand, markets, and elasticity. Production, costs and profitability analysis (short and long run), market structure: perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly, market power and market domination including; cartels, local and international dominating firms, and pricing practices (price discrimination, action reaction pricing policies, and capital budgeting and investment decisions and risk analysis will be discussed. رقم المقرر: ECON 472 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: اقتصاد إداري يتضمن المقرر نظرية المنشدة واتخاذ القرار وطرق اإلنتاج وتقدير التكاليف والطلب على المنتجات واألسعار والبيئة التنظيمية وتحليل المخاطر وإعداد ميزانية المنشدة. هيكل السوق و -19-

30 Finance Course Number: FINA 201 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Principles of Finance This course emphasizes the financing and investment decisions of the financial manager. Topics include financial analysis, planning and control, working capital management, time value of money, risk and return, valuation of bonds and stocks, capital budgeting, and cost of capital. رقم المقرر: FINA )خريف 201 و ربيع( اسم المقرر: مبادئ التمويل يركز هذا المقرر على قرارات االستثمار والتمويل لإلدارة المالية ويغطي المقرر الموضوعات المتعلقة بالتحليل والتخطيط والرقابة المالية ومفهوم القيمة الزمنية للنقود وتقييم السندات واألسهم والموازنة الرأسمالية وإدارة رأس المال العامل والعائد والمخاطرة وتكلفة رأس المال. Course Number: FINA 01 (Fall & Spring ) Course Name: Corporate Finance This course provides an in-depth analysis of financial decisions involving investment in capital assets and the selection of internal and external sources of long-term funds. Topics include capital budgeting techniques, risk analysis, capital structure, dividend policies, mergers and acquisitions. رقم المقرر: FINA )خريف 01 و ربيع( اسم المقرر: التمويل المؤسسي يتناول هذا المقرر تحليل القرارات المالية المتعلقة باالستثمار في األصول الرأسمالية واختيار مصادر التمويل الداخلية والخارجية. من أهم الموضوعات التي يغطيها المقرر: تقييم مشاريع الموازنة الرأسمالية في ظل الخطر هيكل رأس المال وسياسات توزيع األرباح وقرارات االستحواذ واالندماج. Course Number: FINA 02 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Investments This course examines alternative investment instruments and environments. This course provides an introduction to risk and return; asset pricing models; portfolio choice; analysis and valuation of bonds, stocks, options, and futures; and, the workings of exchanges and regulations. -1-

31 رقم المقرر: FINA )خريف 02 وربيع( اسم المقرر: االستثمار يركز هذا المقرر على التعريف بددوات االستثمار المختلفة ومن بين الموضوعات التي يغطيها المقرر العائد والمخاطرة ونماذج تسعير األصول الرأسمالية واختيار محفظة االستثمار وتحليل وتقييم السندات واألسهم والخيارات وعقود المستقبل أو تبادل العمالت ودراسة اإلجراءات المنظمة لها. Course Number: FINA 0 (Fall) Course Name: Financial Markets and Institutions This course examines the operations, mechanics and structure of the financial system. Topics include commercial banking, non-bank financial institutions, money and capital markets, and the impact of monetary policy on financial institutions. An introduction to the international financial system is also provided. رقم المقرر: FINA 0 )خريف( اسم المقرر: األسواق والمؤسسات المالية يهدف هذا المقرر إلى دراسة هيكل النظام المالي وتحليل آلياته وعملياته وذلك بالتركيز على البنوك التجارية و المؤسسات المالية وغير البنكية وأسواق النقد ورأس المال وأثر السياسة النقدية على المؤسسات المالية باإلضافة إلى مقدمة عن النظام المالي الدولي. Course Number: FINA 04 (Spring) Course Name: International Finance This course surveys techniques of investment analysis and portfolio management within an international context. Topics include International monetary environment and institutions, determinants of foreign exchange rates and risk management, valuation and portfolio analysis of international stocks and bonds, and foreign investment analysis. رقم المقرر: FINA 04 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: التمويل الدولي يهتم هذا المقرر بدراسة أساليب تحليل االستثمار وإدارة المحفظة على المستوى العالمي مع التركيز على الموضوعات التالية: المؤسسات النقدية الدولية والبيئة التي تعمل فيها محددات أسعار الصرف األجنبي إدارة المخاطر تحليل وتقويم األسهم والسندات العالمية واالستثمارات األجنبية. Course Number: FINA 401 (Fall & Spring) Course Name: Portfolio Management This course covers various topics related to portfolio management. Topics include diversification and portfolio theory, capital market theory, security selection and bond selection; portfolio management: revision of equity portfolio and fixed-income portfolio, risk management with derivative securities, performance evaluation, and portfolio manager s duties and responsibilities; integrating derivative assets and portfolio management. -0-

32 رقم المقرر: FINA 401 )خريف وربيع( اسم المقرر: إدارة محفظة االستثمار يتناول هذا المقرر أهم الموضوعات المتعلقة بإدارة محفظة االستثمار والتي تشمل التنويع االستثماري ونظرية المحفظة و سوق رأس المال وطرق اختيار المحفظة وإدارتها. كما يتناول المقرر أيضا إدارة المخاطر من خالل المشتقات المالية عالوة على تقييم أداء إدارة المحفظة ومسؤولياتها. Course Number: FINA 402 (Spring) Course Name: Personal Finance This course provides an overview of fundamental concepts of personal finance. Topics include types of investment securities, retirement and real estate planning, insurance planning, budgeting, credit, home ownership, and savings. رقم المقرر: FINA 402 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: التمويل الشخصي يهدف هذا المقرر إلى تزويد الطالب بالمفاهيم األساسية المتعلقة بالتمويل الشخصي. من أهم الموضوعات التي يغطيها المقرر: أنواع االستثمارات المالية أساليب التخطيط المالي في مجاالت التقاعد واالستثمار العقاري والتدمين والموازنة واالئتمان والتوفير. Course Number: FINA 40 (Fall) Course Name: Insurance and Risk Management This course addresses and examines the basic risk theory and elementary risk management principles and techniques. Topics include life insurance and annuity products, property/liability insurance, life/health insurance, and selected social insurance programs, insurers and their operations, guidelines for efficient purchase and use of insurance products. Special attention is given to the attitudes of consumers towards life and general insurance in GCC countries and the role of insurance companies as non-banking financial institutions. رقم المقرر: FINA 40 )خريف( اسم المقرر: التدمين وإدارة الخطر يتناول هذا المقرر نظرية الخطر وإدارته ومن بين الموضوعات التي يشملها المقرر التدمين على الحياة والممتلكات والتدمين الصحي والتدمين االجتماعي ويركز المقرر أيضا على دراسة دور شركات التدمين بدنواعها المختلفة وعملياتها وبصفة خاصة على دراسة اتجاه المستهلكين في دول مجلس التعاون نحو التدمين بصورة عامه. Course Number: FINA 404 (Spring) Course Name: Islamic Banking and Finance This course introduces the concept of economic behavior of a society that adheres to the Islamic doctrine; economic properties of an Islamic economy, general equilibrium and macroeconomic policies in Islamic economies, Islamic banks and finance and the role of the stock exchange in an Islamic economy. Other topics include basic differences between Islamic banks and conventional banks; financial instruments of Islamic banks; profit/loss sharing method of finance is compared with fixed interest charges. The relationship between Islamic financial institutions and the Central Bank is analyzed. -1-

33 رقم المقرر: FINA 404 )ربيع( اسم المقرر: مصارف إسالمية وتمويل يتناول هذا المقرر خصائص االقتصاد اإلسالمي واالختالفات الرئيسة بين البنوك اإلسالمية والبنوك التجارية التي تتعامل بالربا وعالقة البنوك اإلسالمية بالبنك المركزي ودور األسواق المالية في االقتصاد اإلسالمي يتضمن المقرر دراسة وتحليل أدوات االستثمار والتمويل التي تستخدمها البنوك اإلسالمية. Course Number: FINA 405 (Fall) Course Name: Financial Derivatives This course focuses on options and futures markets, investment and risk management strategies using these derivative products, and pricing of options and futures contracts. Additional coverage includes basic swap agreements and exotic options. رقم المقرر: FINA 405 )خريف( اسم المقرر: المشتقات المالية يتندداول هددذا المقددرر بصددورة أساسددية دراسددة أسددواق الخيددارات وعقددود المسددتقبل وفددي هددذا الصدددد يركددز المقددرر علددى استراتيجيات إدارة االستثمارات والمخاطر باستخدام المشتقات الماليدة وتسدعير الخيدارات وعقدود المسدتقبل عدالوة علدى ذلدك يغطي المقرر اتفاقات تبادل العمالت والخيارات المتعلقة بها. --

34 Management Course Number: MAGT 101 (Fall and Spring) Course Name: Principles of Management This course focuses on the fundamental concepts of management including its characteristics, evolution and importance. Among the topics to be covered include the functions performed by managers, such as planning, organizing, directing and controlling. Other topics to be covered include the applications of management in various functional areas of business such as marketing, finance, personnel, production, etc. رقم المقرر : 101 MAGT )ربيع و خريف( اسم المقرر : مبادئ اإلدارة يتناول هذا المقرر مفاهيم االدارة وخصائصها ومراحل تطورها ويتضمن دراسة وظائف اإلدارة من تخطيط وتنظديم وتوجيده ورقابة وكذلك وظائف المنظمة المتمثلة في التسويق والتمويل واإلنتاج والموارد البشرية وغيرها. Course Number: MAGT 01 (Fall) Course Name: Organizational Behavior Course Credit: hours This course examines the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Among the topics covered include issues such as perception, learning, attitudes, motivation, contingency variables influencing structure, leadership and workgroups. رقم المقرر : 01 MAGT )خريف( اسم المقرر : سلوك تنظيمي يتناول هذا المقرر دراسة سلوك األفراد والمجموعات في المنظمات والعوامل المؤثرة فيه ولتحقيق ذلدك تركدز المدادة بصدفة خاصة على مواضيع عديدة من بينها اإلدراك والتعلم واالتجاهات الدوافع والعوامل الظرفية المؤثرة على سلوك العاملين. Course Number: MAGT 02 (Fall) Course Name: Human Resource Management This course focuses on various aspects of the human resource function in organizations with special emphasis on the policies and practice of human resource management. Among the topics to be covered include the concept of human resource management, its importance, evolution and functions including manpower planning, job description, recruitment and selection, wages and salaries, training and management development, performance appraisal, law, information systems, and current issues. -4-

35 رقم المقرر : 02 MAGT )خريف( اسم المقرر : إدارة الموارد البشرية المتطلب السابق: MAGT101 يتنداول هدذا المقدرر الجواندب المختلفدة لوظيفدة المدوارد البشدرية فدي المنظمدات مدع التركيدز علدى سياسدات وممارسدات إدارة الموارد البشرية والوظائف األساسية لقسم إدارة الموارد البشرية من تخطيط وتوصيف وتحليل وتقييم الوظائف واستقطاب واختيار وتقييم األداء واألجور والحوافز والنقل والترقية ونظم المعلومات. Course Number: MAGT 401 (Fall) Course Name: Quantitative Methods for Decision Making This course focuses on the use of quantitative methods in managerial decision making. Topics covered include decision theory, introduction to linear and non-linear programming techniques and their applications in business and economics, integer programming, dynamic programming, simulation, inventory analysis, queuing theory, PERT, CPM and other quantitative methods for decision making. رقم المقرر : 401 MAGT )خريف( اسم المقرر : : طرق كمية التخاذ القرارات عدد الساعات :) ساعات( يتناول هذا المقدرر اسدتخدام الطدرق الكميدة فدي اتخداذ القدرارات اإلداريدة. وتضدم المواضديع التدي تركدز عليهدا المدادة: نظريدة القددرارات ومقدمددة فددي أسدداليب البرمجددة الخطيددة وغيددر الخطيددة واسددتخدامها فددي اإلدارة واالقتصدداد والبرمجددة المتكاملددة والبرمجة الحركية والتمثيل وتحليل المخزون ونظرية الطابور وبيرت وغيرها من الطرق الكمية في اتخاذ القرارات. Course Number: MAGT 402 (Spring) Course Name: Organization Theory This course examines the different theories of organization and how they are used in managing today s organizations. Topics covered include strategic and applied approach to organization theory that emphasizes decision-making. A balance of theory, research, and practice, focusing on how students as potential future managers can use their knowledge of organization theory to be better managers and organization members to be presented. رقم المقرر :402 MAGT )ربيع( اسم المقرر : نظرية التنظيم يتناول هذا المقرر النظريات المختلفة في دراسة وتحليل وتصميم المنظمات والوقوف على أبرز المتغيرات الهيكلية والبيئيدة المدؤثرة فدي تصدميم المنظمدات. كمدا تهدتم المدادة بدراسدة كيفيدة قيداس فاعليدة المنظمدة والعالقدة بدين اسدتراتيجيات المنظمدة وهيكلهددا التنظيمددي. باإلضددافة إلددى ذلددك تهددتم المددادة بموضددوع البحددث عددن العالقددة بددين هيكددل المنظمددة والثقافددة التنظيميددة وخصائص المنظمة عبر مراحل حياتها المختلفة. -5-

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